Title: What you need to know to achieve compliance with the new Regulations and Survey process for SNFs and NFs
This session will cover how to prepare for the new survey process and the new Phase II requirements of participation for SNFs and NFs. Together we will take a deeper dive into specific requirements that have important changes and new expectations. Using case examples, we will work through how to operationalize the new requirements in your facility. We will discuss feedback from providers across the country about their experiences with the new survey process and deficiencies they received. Specific topics to be covered include: facility assessment, infection prevention & control plan including antibiotic stewardship, how to make the survey visit run smoothly, care plan changes, staff competency evaluation and training as well as emergency preparedness regulations.
Target Audience: Nursing home staff.
Day #1 will focus on SNF/NF regulations and be appropriate for the Administrator, Directors of Nursing, and other staff responsible for implementing changes for the new regulations including, for example, the MDS and care plan coordinators, the QAPI and Infection Control l leads.
Materials Attendees Must bring: Attendees will need to bring materials from their Center including:
Title: How SNFs, ALFs and ARCHs can succeed in quality improvement in 2018
Description: This session will focus on quality improvement strategies and practices applicable to SNFs, ALFs, and ARCHs related to measuring and improving your outcomes in areas that are impacted by the changes in Medicare reimbursement and your referral sources. We will review topics such as hospitalizations, customer satisfaction, staffing turnover, falls, and elopements; how to communicate more effectively with your physicians; and how to conduct data-driven root cause analysis in your quality assurance and performance improvement committees. In addition, we will review the AHCA/NCAL quality initiative goals and best practices for achieving the goals. Finally, we will cover CMS’s new measurement programs for SNFs (e.g. SNF QRP, PBJ, Five Star). To best demonstrate the application of principles and practices emphasized in this section, we will use multiple clinical case examples.
Target Audience: SNF, ALF & ARCH Staff
Staff responsible for quality improvement strategies including how to measure and how to improve your outcomes related to hospitalizations, customer satisfaction, infection control, adverse events, falls, and staff retention/turnover.
Material Attendees Must bring: Attendees will need to bring materials from their Center including:
This program is pending approval by National Association of Social Workers–Hawai`i Chapter for 12 Social Work continuing education contact hours.
This program is pending approval by the Oregon Nurses Association, an approver of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation, for 12.5 contact hours.
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Registration closes on Friday, February 16th.
Cost: $249 for two days; $149 for day 2 ONLY.
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