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  • What Keeps You Up At Night?

    Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 05/02/2012

    This webinar will introduce the latest trends in voluntary benefits and the healthcare industry. We will discuss retention strategies that focus on the utilization of voluntary benefits to ensure your benefits package is competitive, comprehensive and makes your employees happy.

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    Does it seem like the number of issues in your workplace is growing? Employees are stressed. Morale is low. Healthcare costs are rising, forcing many organizations to trim the benefits they offer. Hospitals and healthcare organizations are in a unique position because absenteeism and turnover greatly affect the quality of care they are able to provide.

    Are concerns like these keeping you up at night? Many healthcare organizations are learning that voluntary benefits can help retain top talent, increase presenteeism, and even recruit qualified candidates.

    This webinar will introduce the latest trends in voluntary benefits and the healthcare industry. We will discuss retention strategies that focus on the utilization of voluntary benefits to ensure your benefits package is competitive, comprehensive and makes your employees happy. And, we will review case studies that detail how non-traditional voluntary benefits have helped other healthcare benefits administrators achieve their HR objectives and get a good night's sleep.

    Learning Objectives
    1. Introduce the latest trends in voluntary benefits and the healthcare industry.
    2. Retention strategies that focus on the utilization of voluntary benefits to ensure your benefits package is competitive, comprehensive and makes your employees happy.
    3. Review case studies that detail how non-traditional voluntary benefits have helped other healthcare benefits administrators achieve their HR objectives

    Speaker
    Elizabeth Halkos, Chief Marketing Officer, Purchasing Power

  • 7 Tips for Improving Resident Satisfaction

    Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 04/11/2012

    In this session we will discuss the national trends in customer satisfaction for long term and senior care.

    In this session we will discuss the national trends in customer satisfaction for long term and senior care. Participants will learn how top-rated care providers react to those trends. Using data collected from hundreds of thousands of customer satisfaction interviews nationwide, presenters will show small steps that can yield large returns to the bottom line. Personal feedback from residents will be the basis for the discussion and solutions.

    Learning Objectives:
    1. 7 Best practices to improve Resident Satisfaction
    2. Traits and Habits of top-rated care providers
    3. How to empower employees to take care of customers

    Speakers:
    Stan Magleby, CEO
    Chris Magleby, COO

  • Telemedicine for Mental Health Need in Skilled Nursing Facilities

    Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 12/20/2011

    A Report on two years of experience using telemedicine to improve access and balance resources for Mental Services and Psychiatry in a five facility pilot in Georgia linking Skilled Nursing Facilities, Psychiatric clinicians, and an Emergency Room. The Report will include clinical and Financial outcomes and logistics considerations. The report will also outline the adjusted measurement and analytical tools that will be implemented in the upcoming expansion of the project.

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    A Report on two years of experience using telemedicine to improve access and balance resources for Mental Services and Psychiatry in a five facility pilot in Georgia linking Skilled Nursing Facilities, Psychiatric clinicians, and an Emergency Room. The Report will include clinical and Financial outcomes and logistics considerations. The report will also outline the adjusted measurement and analytical tools that will be implemented in the upcoming expansion of the project.

    Learning Objectives

    1. Understand logistical, clinical and compliance issues for telepsychiatry
    2. Review quality of care, access to care and patient feedback
    3. Discuss regulatory issues, compliance and reimbursement for services provided by telemedicine

    Speakers:
    Sylvia Rowe, Vice President of Nursing Informatics, Ethica Health
    Perry Kemp, Medical Director, Ethica Health


  • Part II: Practical Application & Strategies- AHCA/NCAL Antipsychotic Toolkit

    Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 11/06/2011

    In this webinar, the presenters will describe practical strategies and application to behavioral management, which can be guided by use of the AHCA Clinical Considerations of Antipsychotic Management Toolkit.

    A comprehensive process must be followed to determine if the use of antipsychotic medication is appropriate. A disciplined approach including proper assessment and non-pharmacological management strategies is important to prevent unnecessary antipsychotic use. In this webinar, the presenters will describe practical strategies and application to behavioral management, which can be guided by use of the AHCA Clinical Considerations of Antipsychotic Management Toolkit.

    Learning Objectives:
    1. Understand how to apply clinical reasoning and decision making to identify appropriate and monitoring of antipsychotic medications.
    2. Identify a process to determine pertinent person-centered approaches including non-pharmacological and pharmacological interventions as appropriate.
    3. Recognize how to monitor individuals receiving psychopharmacological medications, and when to continue, reduce or stop these medications.


    Speakers:
    Steve Levenson
    Morgan Hinkley
    Kathy Owens

  • MDS 3.0 Outcomes Looking at QMs and RUGs IV

    Contains 1 Component(s)

    MDS 3.0 Outcomes Looking at QMs and RUGs IV

    Speakers:

    Darleen Thompson, RN, CRRN,NE-BC

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    Pat Newberry
    Executive Director Clinical Reimbursement

    UHS Pruitt Corporation

    Moderator:

    Eileen Doll


  • NCAL's Guiding Principles for Quality and Advocating Care Excellence

    Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 05/20/2010

    Webinar will review the components of NCAL's Guiding Principles for Quality in Assisted Living as well as NCAL's Advocating Care Excellence initiative and its resources.

    Description:

    Webinar will review the components of NCAL's Guiding Principles for Quality in Assisted Living as well as NCAL's Advocating Care Excellence initiative and its resources.

    Speaker:

    Shelley Sabo

    Shelley Sabo

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  • Minimizing The Legal Risks Of Social Media and Technology In Assisted Living

    Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 04/28/2010

    Learn what to consider when developing employee policies that govern inappropriate use of technology such as social media sites, internet and e-mail usage, cell phones, phones with cameras, and laptops.

    Presenter: Brian Purtell, executive director of Wisconsin Center for Assisted Living, attorney at DeWitt Ross & Stevens, Madison Wisc., and the Wisconsin Health Care Association's director of legal services.

    Learning Objectives:

    1. Learn what to consider when developing employee policies that govern inappropriate use of technology such as social media sites, internet and e-mail usage, cell phones, phones with cameras, and laptops.

    2. Develop policies for resident and family governing use of technology that safeguards other residents and your community.

    3. Additional discussion topics include: privacy and confidentiality, hour and wage issues, workplace harassment, employee privacy and morale, or alteration of electronic records.

  • Designing and Implementing a Corporate Compliance Program Staff Reporting Medication

    Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 09/22/2009

    Designing and Implementing a Corporate Compliance Program Staff Reporting Medication

    Designing and Implementing a Corporate Compliance Program Staff Reporting Medication

  • Designing and Implementing a Corporate Compliance Program

    Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 08/25/2009

    Designing and Implementing a Corporate Compliance Program

    Designing and Implementing a Corporate Compliance Program

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