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  • Nutrition and Person-Centered Care for Successful Quality Outcomes

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    In today's long-term care environment food, nutrition and dining are key aspects of providing “person-centered care”. Person-centered care will not only improve Quality Measures but can also improve customer satisfaction, regulatory compliance, QAPI and overall financial operations of the nursing facility. This webinar explores key aspects of “person-centered care” for food, nutrition, and dining with practical recommendations for successful implementation.

    In today's long-term care environment food, nutrition and dining are key aspects of providing “person-centered care". Person-centered care will not only improve Quality Measures but can also improve customer satisfaction, regulatory compliance, QAPI and overall financial operations of the nursing facility. This webinar explores key aspects of “person-centered care" for food, nutrition, and dining with practical recommendations for successful implementation.

    Presenter: Brenda Richardson, MA, RDN, LD, CD, FAND


    Learning Objectives: After attending this webinar, attendees will be able to:

    • Recognize the Importance of Person-Centered Care with Food/Nutrition/Dining
    • Identify current “best practice" for nutrition with Person-Centered Care
    • Describe nutrition interventions to improve Quality Measures.



  • Community Benefit: Acting on Mission, Demonstrating Tax-exempt Purpose

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    This program will describe the tradition of non-profit long term care organizations resonding to community need and how the tradition can and is continued today.

    This program will present a system for not-for-profit long term care organizations to plan and report community benefits. These are activities that often reach outside of facility walls and promote the well-being of persons in the community. By providing community benefits, and telling the story of these community benefit activities, nonprofit long term care facilities accomplish the following: help promote well-being in the community, especially among the elderly, low income, and other vulnerable persons; demonstrate they are fulfilling their traditional mission of responding to community needs; maintain a positive image of the organization in the community, and show local taxing authorities they are carrying out their tax-exempt community benefit purpose.

    The system presented involves five steps:
    1.Committing to Community Benefit
    2.Planning and Budgeting for Services
    3.Monitoring Services and Activities
    4.Reporting Community Benefits
    5.Evaluating Effectiveness

  • Quality Improvement in Healthcare

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    Looking for a simple way to think about Quality improvement? Here it is!

    Dr. Mike Evans provides a unique insight into Quality improvement. This short video includes an interview with Dr. Don Berwick and gives some very practical examples.

  • AHCANCAL Connect Training for NHAEP Class of 2016

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    NHAEP Class of 2016, please join us for a live webinar to learn how to use AHCANCAL Connect to communicate with your Nursing Home Academy of Excellence peers. During this live webinar, you will learn how to: 1) access the site and log in; 2) how to update your profile and adjust your subscription and privacy settings; 3) and how to use your community to share information and files and communicate with your peers. A live Q&A session will be available at the end of the program and we'll record it in case you aren't able to join us for the live event.

    NHAEP Class of 2016, please join us for a live webinar to learn how to use AHCANCAL Connect to communicate with your Nursing Home Academy of Excellence peers. During this live webinar, you will learn how to:
    1) access the site and log in;
    2) how to update your profile and adjust your subscription and privacy settings;
    3) and how to use your community to share information and files and communicate with your peers. A live Q&A session will be available at the end of the program and we'll record it in case you aren't able to join us for the live event.

  • Accountable Care Organizations

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    The proposed and Final Rule

    The proposed and Final Rule

  • Curtailing Antipsychotic Use in LTC Medicine (CALM) - 2016 Poster Session

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    Discover how three centers reduced antipsychotic drug use. This poster is from AHCA/NCAL's 2016 Quality Summit and a brief video discussing the project can be viewed by clicking on the products in the right hand column once you have registered.

    Curtailing Antipsychotic Use in LTC Medicine (CALM): Reducing Off - Label Antipsychotic Medication Use Among Maine Skilled Nursing Centers with the CALM Program. Discover how three centers reduced antipsychotic drug use. This poster is from AHCA/NCAL's 2016 Quality Summit and a brief video presented by Dr. Jabbar Fazeli, on reviewing the research and project. The objective of this study was, to reduce off - label antipsychotic use among long - stay residents in skilled nursing centers, by implementing a program to create a calm, soothing environment. Materials can be viewed by clicking on the products in the right hand column once you have registered.

  • Reducing Rehospitalizations thru Paliative Care

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    A fabulous success story using Palliative care to reduce rehospitalizations

    Follow the journey of a home that recognized the need to strengthen skill in palliative care and ended up reducing rehospitalizationns

  • Teepa Snow

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    Care for the Person with Dementia: a Civil Rights Issue

    Teepa Snow is a leading educator on dementia and on care for persons living with dementia. Her philosophy reflects her education, work experience, available medical research, and first hand caregiving interactions. Teepa's extensive experience as a caregiver, occupational therapist, and intrepid solution seeker brings a unique approach to caring for those with dementia.

  • Joyce Simard, MSW

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    Helping People Live, Not Just Exist, with Advanced Dementia

    Joyce Simard, MSW, adjunct professor, School of Nursing & Midwifery, College of Health & Science University of Western Australia, author, and creator of Namaste Care. Joyce will talk about the phenomenal success of Namaste Care and how it helps individuals with advanced dementia.

  • Joe DeMattos, MBA

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    Everyone Has the Capacity to Lead

    Joe DeMattos, MBA, president and CEO of the Health Facilities Association of Maryland, adjunct professor at UMBC Aging, and founder of Triple Latte Leadership. Joe will offer his 5 Cs of effective leadership and what effective leaders do

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