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  • OIG Puts Bull’s-Eye On Rehospitalization

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    According to the Office of Inspector General (OIG) 2017 work plan, rehospitalizations will be under increased scrutiny in the coming year.

    According to the Office of Inspector General (OIG) 2017 work plan, rehospitalizations will be under increased scrutiny in the coming year.

  • Fault Lines And Frontiers In Person-Centered, Long Term Care: Part 2

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    Advances in communication make the world flatter and smaller, and social contact easier than ever. Why then is miscommunication epidemic in health care?

    Advances in communication make the world flatter and smaller, and social contact easier than ever. Why then is miscommunication epidemic in health care?

  • Securing Your Electronic Medical Records to Minimize Legal Risks

    Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 02/28/2017

    The session will enable providers to understand key risk management and information governance issues relating to their use of EHR’s. Document retention policies, privacy and security issues and regulatory compliance will all form part of the presentation content, and which each have direct governance impact to senior care providers.

    Requests for medical records are on the rise. From litigation to audits, providers are regularly required to provide and attest to the accuracy of the medical records of their residents. This webinar will highlight the challenges and opportunities provided by the use of EHR technology. Specifically, it will discuss the production of clinical records required in connection with audits, regulatory matters and legal claims. The webinar will address specific issues relating to the production of the clinical record including export distortion, eDiscovery and audit trails. As the use of eHR’s becomes ubiquitous; providers must understand how to manage the risks and adapt their policies and procedures.

    The session will enable providers to understand key risk management and information governance issues relating to their use of EHR’s.  Document retention policies, privacy and security issues and regulatory compliance will all form part of the presentation content, and which each have direct governance impact to senior care providers.


    Learning Objectives:

    1. How to understand, identify and manage the key differences between the production of records from traditional paper and digital / EHR’s
    2. How to adapt your document and record retention policies to address the unique elements of electronic medical records
    3. How to make use of both the technology and the legal framework to reinforce your retention and disclosure policies


    Speakers:

    Richard Guttman, VP Legal and General Counsel PointClickCare

    Bryan Rotella, General Counsel, Opis Senior Services Group

    Chad Brouillard, Foster & Eldridge, LLP

  • Definitions - §483.5

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    Provides definitions of the new words added and revised definitions of previous terms.

    Provides definitions of the new words added and revised definitions of previous terms. 

  • Tool: Exercise on QAPI team – hi-low performing team

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    Helps you determine the differences between high performing and low performing QI teams.

    Helps you determine the differences between high performing and low performing QI teams. 

  • Emergency Preparedness §483.73 Summary Table

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    The California Association of Health Facilities and the American Health Care Association have put together a Skilled Nursing Facility (SNF) and Intermediate Care Facility for Individuals with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (ICF/IID) Emergency Preparedness CMS Final Rule table summary.

    The California Association of Health Facilities and the American Health Care Association have put together a Skilled Nursing Facility (SNF) and Intermediate Care Facility for Individuals with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (ICF/IID) Emergency Preparedness CMS Final Rule table summary.

  • Comprehensive Person-Centered Care Planning §483.21

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    Purpose & Intent: To develop a baseline care plan within 48 hours of admission to direct the care team while a comprehensive care plan is developed that incorporates the resident's goals, preferences, and services that are to be furnished to attain or maintain the resident's highest practicable physical, mental, and psychosocial well-being.

    Purpose & Intent: To develop a baseline care plan within 48 hours of admission to direct the care team while a comprehensive care plan is developed that incorporates the resident's goals, preferences, and services that are to be furnished to attain or maintain the resident's highest practicable physical, mental, and psychosocial well-being.

  • Are You Ready for the New Emergency Preparedness Requirements?

    Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 02/09/2017

    On Thursday, February 9th, from 1 – 2PM EST, AHCA, with guest speaker Jocelyn Montgomery, RN, and Director of Clinical Affairs at the California Association Health Facilities, will hold a webinar on the new emergency preparedness final rule impacting Skilled Nursing Facilities (SNF), Nursing Facilities (NF) and Intermediate Care Facilities for Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities (ICF/IID).

    On Thursday, February 9th, from 1 – 2PM EST, AHCA, with guest speaker Jocelyn Montgomery, RN, and Director of Clinical Affairs at the California Association Health Facilities, will hold a webinar on the new emergency preparedness final rule impacting Skilled Nursing Facilities (SNF), Nursing Facilities (NF) and Intermediate Care Facilities for Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities (ICF/IID). This final rule is not applicable to Assisted Living Providers. The rule was released on Friday, September 16, 2016, and can be found here. Providers will need to be in compliance by November 2017. The webinar will include, among other things, an overview of the key new requirements, a list of tools to assess if you are prepared for the rule, steps to take now to prepare, and time for your pressing questions to be answered. This will be the first in a 4-part webinar series AHCA will hold this year on the rule.

  • Providers Offer Ailing Prisoners A Helping Hand

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    The incidence of providing health care to current or former offenders is increasing among health care providers generally, and long term and post-acute care (LT/PAC) providers are no exception.

    The incidence of providing health care to current or former offenders is increasing among health care providers generally, and long term and post-acute care (LT/PAC) providers are no exception.

  • Our Humanity: Part 1

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    We last featured V. Tellis-Nayak in a print blog series about his struggle with Parkinson’s disease. This time he ponders the fortitude of the aging spirit and how caregivers can enhance it.

    We last featured V. Tellis-Nayak in a print blog series about his struggle with Parkinson’s disease. This time he ponders the fortitude of the aging spirit and how caregivers can enhance it.

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