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Advance the Interpersonal Intelligence of Your Leadership - Self Study

These four modules help you become a better leader by clarifying and setting your personal vision and goals and gaining tools to create a visioning activity with your team; by learning emotional intelligence languaging to build connection and trust; understanding communication styles; developing a coaching-style communication approach; and articulating your facility and leader value and the "why" customers should select your facility. You may take one to four of these modules in any order.

Sponsor

Center for Inner Quality

Contact Info

lauren@centerforinnerquality.com
440-877-9390

Program Type

Distance Learning (Web)

BELTSS Number

34455-SS-19

Educational Objectives

Advance your personal leadership and ability to build cooperative and trusting relationships. Clarify your direction by clarifying your goals and gain visioning tools for team. Flex your communication style so you adapt to others' styles in order to build understanding relationships and to get things done more effectively through people. Build trusting relationships and leverage emotionally intelligent language of alignment to gain cooperation Advocate your value and the value of your facility to internal and external customers and community.

Instructor Qualifications

LAUREN BURNETT focuses her work on building and sustaining character and competency for high performance and high-quality life. She is President of the Center for Inner Quality, a certified facilitator for the EQ (Emotional Intelligence) Change and Behavioral Model and a personal leadership and life coach. For 25 years Lauren has helped leaders, organizations, teams and individuals build relationships to achieve priority result by providing professional development education programs, in person and on-line, on the topics of personal leadership, customer service, communication, emotional intelligence, resiliency and presentation skills. She has presented at Cleveland Clinic Foundation, Ohio Hospital Association, Association for Health Care Executives and the National League of Cities as well as many individual health care facilities

Domains of Practice

50.08 Develop leadership skills of management team and key staff.

Total Program Hours

4, 1-hour modules. Each 1 hour module is worth /1CEU credit You can take 1,2, 3, or 4 modules for a total possible 4 hours of education for 4 hours credit. (4m/4hours/4CEU credits)

Program Fees

$19.97

Registration Email

lauren@centerforinnerquality.com

Registration Phone

440-877-9390

First Date Available

1/1/2019

Last Date Available

12/31/2019
34455

Turn Up the Power of Your Communication - Self Study

TURN UP THE POWER OF YOUR WORDS in this work-applicable course by learning skills and techniques to enhance your ability to communicate more effectively with others, promote clarity and prevent misunderstandings. Become an effective and empathetic communicator by exploring communication techniques to enable clear, direct and assertive responses, choose accountable language, avoid assumptions, identify problem, give and receive feedback and better navigate interpersonal communications. Address these challenges: - taking things personally - tip toeing on eggshells around others - giving feedback others will accept vs. defend - avoiding assumption-making - focusing on people and process not issue - not listening and jumping to solve before the problem is identified

Sponsor

Center for Inner Quality

Contact Info

lauren@centerforinnerquality.com
440-877-9390

Program Type

Distance Learning (Web)

BELTSS Number

34523-SS-19

Educational Objectives

Four 1 hour modules, each for one credit provide communication skills on how to: Say what you mean assertively, clearly and directly Learn how passive, aggressive and assertive approaches affect how others respond to you as a leader Manage negativity in staff, customers and yourself. Provide strategies to manage emotional reactions Prevent misunderstandings by moving past assumptions to problem solve. Address "stinkin' thinkin'" Give and receive constructive feedback with three simple formulas

Instructor Qualifications

LAUREN BURNETT focuses her work on building and sustaining character and competency for high performance and high-quality life. She is President of the Center for Inner Quality, a certified facilitator for the EQ (Emotional Intelligence) Change and Behavioral Model and a personal leadership and life coach. For 25 years Lauren has helped leaders, organizations, teams and individuals build relationships to achieve priority result by providing professional development education programs, in person and on-line, on the topics of personal leadership, customer service, communication, emotional intelligence, resiliency and presentation skills. She has presented at Cleveland Clinic Foundation, Ohio Hospital Association, Association for Health Care Executives and the National League of Cities as well as many individual health care facilities

Domains of Practice

50.08 Develop leadership skills of management team and key staff.

Total Program Hours

4, 1-hour modules. Each 1 hour module is worth /1CEU credit You can take 1,2, 3, or 4 modules for a total possible 4 hours of education for 4 hours credit. (4m/4hours/4CEU credits)

Program Fees

$19.97

Registration Email

lauren@centerforinnerquality.com

Registration Phone

440-877-9390

First Date Available

1/1/2019

Last Date Available

12/31/2019
34523

OALA Ohio Resident Rights - Self Study

- Review each of the 31 Residents' Rights in Ohio Law. - Learn the role of each staff member in ensuring these rights. - Hear the application of each of these rights discussed, including examples relevant for individuals working in different roles within Assisted Living in Ohio.

Sponsor

Ohio Assisted Living Association

Contact Info

oala@ohioassistedliving.org
614-481-1950

Program Type

Distance Learning (Web)

BELTSS Number

34520-SS-18

Educational Objectives

- Review each of the 31 Residents' Rights in Ohio Law. - Learn the role of each staff member in ensuring these rights. - Hear the application of each of these rights discussed, including examples relevant for individuals working in different roles within Assisted Living in Ohio.

Domains of Practice

10.12 Ensure the integration of Resident Rights and resident individuality with all aspects of resident care and quality of life.

20.01 Facilitate effective communication among management and staff.

20.06 Ensure that human resource management policies and programs are planned, implemented, and evaluated to comply with federal and state standards and regulations.

40.08 Ensure that facility complies with federal and state standards and regulations (e.g., ADA, OSHA, CMS, Life Safety Code).

50.02 Promote and monitor resident's and family's responsible party's satisfaction with quality of care and quality of life.

50.03 Manage the facility's role throughout the entire survey process

50.13 Ensure that policies and procedures are developed, implemented, monitored, and evaluated to comply with federal and state standards, regulations, and guidelines (e.g., facility/NHA license, professional responsibility).

Total Program Hours

1 CEU for LNHA and Nurses

Program Fees

OALA Members: $35.00 Non-Members: $75.00

Agenda

- 5 minutes of introduction and covering objectives. - 55 minutes reviewing resident rights one-by-one and discussing application into assisted living environment.

Registration Email

oala@ohioassistedliving.org

Registration Phone

614-481-1950

First Date Available

1/7/2019

Last Date Available

12/31/2019
34520

OALA RCF Rules Training - Self Study

Review the changes in each RCF rule. Discuss the implications, giving practical examples of their application. Review additional member resources to support implementation of these changes.

Sponsor

Ohio Assisted Living Association

Contact Info

oala@ohioassistedliving.org
614-481-1950

Program Type

Distance Learning (Web)

BELTSS Number

34518-SS-18

Educational Objectives

Review the changes in each RCF rule. Discuss the implications, giving practical examples of their application. Review additional member resources to support implementation of these changes.

Domains of Practice

10.01 Ensure the development, implementation, and review of resident care policies and procedures.

10.02 Ensure that nursing services are planned, implemented, and evaluated to maximize resident quality of life and quality of care.

10.12 Ensure the integration of Resident Rights and resident individuality with all aspects of resident care and quality of life.

10.14 Ensure that resident care services comply with federal and state standards and regulations

40.08 Ensure that facility complies with federal and state standards and regulations (e.g., ADA, OSHA, CMS, Life Safety Code).

50.01 Ensure that policies and procedures are developed, implemented, monitored, and evaluated to comply with directives of governance (e.g., owner, board of directors, corporate entity).

50.13 Ensure that policies and procedures are developed, implemented, monitored, and evaluated to comply with federal and state standards, regulations, and guidelines (e.g., facility/NHA license, professional responsibility).

Total Program Hours

2.0 CEUs for LNHA and Nurses

Program Fees

OALA Members: $60.00 Non-Members: $120.00

Agenda

- Introduction and review of presentation objectives (5 minutes) - Discussion of 5 Year Review Update and changes that took place March 1, 2018. (1 hour 45 minutes) - Questions and Answers (10 minutes)

Registration Email

oala@ohioassistedliving.org

Registration Phone

614-481-1950

First Date Available

1/7/2019

Last Date Available

12/31/2019
34518

OALA Sexuality and Dementia Training - Self Study

Discuss common issues surrounding sexuality that present over the course of Alzheimer's disease, exploring possible explanations and solutions. Learn interventions to deal with sexual behaviors. Discuss the legal implications for Administrators/Owners regarding sexual behaviors exhibited by residents, and what should be included in your facility policy.

Sponsor

Ohio Assisted Living Association

Contact Info

oala@ohioassistedliving.org
614-481-1950

Program Type

Distance Learning (Web)

BELTSS Number

34519-SS-18

Educational Objectives

-Discuss common issues surrounding sexuality that present over the course of Alzheimer's disease, exploring possible explanations and solutions. - Learn interventions to deal with sexual behaviors. - Discuss the legal implications for Administrators/Owners regarding sexual behaviors exhibited by residents, and what should be included in your facility policy.

Instructor Qualifications

Amy Craven, PT, MS, DPT - Vice President at C&V Senior Care Specialist, Inc. Doctor of Physical Therapy with over 25 years of clinical and leadership experience. Dedicated professional regarding clinician/caregiver education on how to effectively treat the patient with Dementia. Dr. Craven has extensive professional and personal clinical experience with those diagnosed with Alzheimer's. She served as Administrator of Western New York branch of a National Home Health Care Company. Additionally, she was the Rehab Director for a National Home Care Provider. Katherine Vanderhorst, RN, BSN- President at C&V Senior Care Specialist, Inc. Katherine is a psychiatric nurse. She is Vice President of C&V Senior Care Specialists, a consulting firm that offers training, operations, and marketing support to Alzheimer's Care providers. Katherine previously was the General Manager for a large home care agency market, and is a national expert on developing and marketing successful programs.

Domains of Practice

10.01 Ensure the development, implementation, and review of resident care policies and procedures.

10.11 Identify, monitor, and ensure that quality indicators and quality assurance programs are utilized to maximize effectiveness in resident care and services and quality of life.

10.12 Ensure the integration of Resident Rights and resident individuality with all aspects of resident care and quality of life.

10.14 Ensure that resident care services comply with federal and state standards and regulations

20.06 Ensure that human resource management policies and programs are planned, implemented, and evaluated to comply with federal and state standards and regulations.

Total Program Hours

2.0 CEU for LNHA and Nurses

Program Fees

OALA Members $60.00 Non-Members $120.00

Agenda

Sexuality and Dementia Overview: 30 minutes - Stages of Alzheimers, Theory of Retrogenesis - Importance of intimacy and touch - Residents' Rights - Sexuality concerns with dementia (non-consensual, disinhibition) - Reactions of family members and staff Common issues and possible solutions: 50 minutes - Inappropriate undressing and masturbation - Inappropriate touching of staff or other residents - Mistaking their adult children as their spouse - Talking about sex with residents, family members, staff - Clinical guidelines (sexual history, STDs) - American Medical Director's Association recommendations Facility policy, staff training, legal implications: 30 minutes - Sample policy criteria - Staff attitudes survey - Staff training - Case studies Available resources: 10 minutes

Registration Email

oala@ohioassistedliving.org

Registration Phone

614-481-1950

First Date Available

1/7/2019

Last Date Available

12/31/2019
34519

Ohio Assisted Living Waiver Webinar - Self Study

Review what the Assisted Living Medicaid Waiver Program entails, the purpose of the program and what type of long-term care providers qualify. Review of application process and requirements for both providers and residents.

Sponsor

Ohio Assisted Living Association

Contact Info

oala@ohioassistedliving.org
614-481-1950

Program Type

Distance Learning (Web)

BELTSS Number

34293-SS-18

Educational Objectives

Objectives and Timeframe for ALW Program by OALA: 1. Overview of the Ohio Assisted Living Medicaid Waiver (ALW) Program (10 minutes). 2. Learn the required steps to become a certified ALW Provider; including the documentation needed to complete the online application, and the on-site pre-certification review process (30 minutes). 3. Hear the Medicaid financial and level of care eligibility requirements for ALW residents; and the resident application, assessment, and enrollment process (20 minutes). 4. Review the billing process for room and board, and the payment tier structure for the Assisted Living "service"; including how client liability is calculated and communicated, when an income trust is needed, and when the "community transition service" can be used (20 minutes). 5. Hear a summary of the Ohio Dept. of Aging ALW Provider rules, and how providers are monitored through annual "structural compliance reviews" conducted by Area Agency on Aging staff (40 minutes). ****************************10 minute break here****************************** 6. Learn the new federal Home & Community Based Settings (HCBS) requirements; along with suggested "evidence of compliance", and the "heighted scrutiny" process (20 minutes). 7. Overview the current MyCare Ohio managed care demonstration program; including the areas of the state involved, the Health Plans available for ALW residents to select from in each area, the Ohio Dept. of Medicaid rules for the program, and the program time frames (20 minutes). 8. Gain an understanding of the big picture; including the history and growth of the Ohio ALW program, current challenges, and the future direction and importance of the program (10 minutes). 9. Frequent asked provider questions ...and answers (10 minutes)

Domains of Practice

10.03 Ensure that the admission process is planned, implemented, and evaluated to promote communication with residents and realistic expectations.

10.12 Ensure the integration of Resident Rights and resident individuality with all aspects of resident care and quality of life.

10.14 Ensure that resident care services comply with federal and state standards and regulations

30.07 Ensure that financial practices are planned, implemented, and audited to comply with federal and state standards and regulations.

50.03 Manage the facility's role throughout the entire survey process

50.06 Develop and/or direct the strategic planning process.

50.10 Ensure sufficient resources (e.g., supplies, medical equipment, technology, trained staff) to provide resident care and to promote quality of life.

50.13 Ensure that policies and procedures are developed, implemented, monitored, and evaluated to comply with federal and state standards, regulations, and guidelines (e.g., facility/NHA license, professional responsibility).

Total Program Hours

3.0

Program Fees

OALA Members $100.00 Non-Members $200.00

Agenda

Objectives and Timeframe for ALW Program by OALA: 1. Overview of the Ohio Assisted Living Medicaid Waiver (ALW) Program (10 minutes). 2. Learn the required steps to become a certified ALW Provider; including the documentation needed to complete the online application, and the on-site pre-certification review process (30 minutes). 3. Hear the Medicaid financial and level of care eligibility requirements for ALW residents; and the resident application, assessment, and enrollment process (20 minutes). 4. Review the billing process for room and board, and the payment tier structure for the Assisted Living "service"; including how client liability is calculated and communicated, when an income trust is needed, and when the "community transition service" can be used (20 minutes). 5. Hear a summary of the Ohio Dept. of Aging ALW Provider rules, and how providers are monitored through annual "structural compliance reviews" conducted by Area Agency on Aging staff (40 minutes). ****************************10 minute break here****************************** 6. Learn the new federal Home & Community Based Settings (HCBS) requirements; along with suggested "evidence of compliance", and the "heighted scrutiny" process (20 minutes). 7. Overview the current MyCare Ohio managed care demonstration program; including the areas of the state involved, the Health Plans available for ALW residents to select from in each area, the Ohio Dept. of Medicaid rules for the program, and the program time frames (20 minutes). 8. Gain an understanding of the big picture; including the history and growth of the Ohio ALW program, current challenges, and the future direction and importance of the program (10 minutes). 9. Frequent asked provider questions ...and answers (10 minutes)

Registration Email

oala@ohioassistedliving.org

Registration Phone

614-481-1950

First Date Available

1/7/2019

Last Date Available

12/31/2019
34293

Financial Exploitation of Elderly - Self Study

Do you see friend or family members "borrowing" money from your residents? Help raise awareness of financial misappropriation and elder abuse. Learn what to look for, what you're required to do as a healthcare professional, how to develop standards, and how to effectively report while protecting your residents.

Sponsor

Ohio Assisted Living Association

Contact Info

oala@ohioassistedliving.org
614-481-1950

Program Type

Distance Learning (Web)

BELTSS Number

34521-SS-18

Educational Objectives

- Identify financial misappropriation and situations where an elderly person may be being abused. - Evaluate circumstances surrounding financial abuse, and design standard procedures that should be followed to comply with state and federal laws. - Describe suspected abuse in required reports and explain suspicions to assist with investigations of abuse.

Domains of Practice

10.12 Ensure the integration of Resident Rights and resident individuality with all aspects of resident care and quality of life.

20.01 Facilitate effective communication among management and staff.

50.01 Ensure that policies and procedures are developed, implemented, monitored, and evaluated to comply with directives of governance (e.g., owner, board of directors, corporate entity).

50.05 Identify areas of potential legal liability, and develop and implement an administrative intervention or risk management program to minimize or eliminate exposure.

50.13 Ensure that policies and procedures are developed, implemented, monitored, and evaluated to comply with federal and state standards, regulations, and guidelines (e.g., facility/NHA license, professional responsibility).

Total Program Hours

1.5 CEU

Program Fees

OALA Members: $50.00 Non-Members: $75.00

Agenda

I. What is Elder Abuse - 30 minutes a. Elder financial abuse spans a broad spectrum of conduct, including: b. Signs of Abuse c. Safeguards to Preventing Abuse II. Recognizing & Reporting Financial Misappropriation - 30 minutes a. Who are the perpetrators b. Statistics on Elder Abuse c. Ohio Reporting Requirements - ORC 5101.61 Reporting abuse, neglect or exploitation of adult III. Applicable Laws - 30 minutes a. Federal law - the Elder Justice Act b. State law - c. Pending Legislation and Initiatives -

Registration Email

oala@ohioassistedliving.org

Registration Phone

614-481-1950

First Date Available

1/10/2019

Last Date Available

12/31/2019
34521

Skilled Care in Assisted Living - Self Study

Nursing practice in Assisted Living can be very different from other settings. What are the common challenges facing nurses in Assisted Living, what are some resources and support? What are the RCF rule requirements concerning skilled care? What care is prohibited? What needs to be counted? And what documentation is needed?

Sponsor

Ohio Assisted Living Association

Contact Info

oala@ohioassistedliving.org
614-481-1950

Program Type

Distance Learning (Web)

BELTSS Number

34399-SS-18

Domains of Practice

10.02 Ensure that nursing services are planned, implemented, and evaluated to maximize resident quality of life and quality of care.

10.06 Ensure that medical services are planned, implemented, and evaluated to meet resident medical care needs and preferences to maximize resident quality of life and quality of care.

10.08 Ensure that a health information management program for resident care is planned, implemented, and evaluated to meet documentation requirements to maximize resident quality of life and quality of care.

10.14 Ensure that resident care services comply with federal and state standards and regulations

40.08 Ensure that facility complies with federal and state standards and regulations (e.g., ADA, OSHA, CMS, Life Safety Code).

50.04 Educate stakeholders with regard to interpretation of and compliance with regulatory requirements.

50.10 Ensure sufficient resources (e.g., supplies, medical equipment, technology, trained staff) to provide resident care and to promote quality of life.

Total Program Hours

2.0 Credit Hours

Program Fees

Members $60.00 Non-Members $120.00

Agenda

Skilled Care in Assisted Living Skilled nursing care in the RCF rules: 45 minutes - Definition, permitted and prohibited care - Countable and exempted skilled care - Home Health, Hospice - Skilled care limits, Hospice and routine care exemptions Documentation and assessments: 30 minutes - Tracking the days - 7-day skilled care review, exemption agreement redeterminations (sample forms) - Resident health assessments, falls assessment, change of condition, restraint determination - Incident log, infection control plan and designee, facility TB risk assessment Nursing in Assisted Living: 30 minutes - How is it the same or different? What are common challenges? - When is a RN needed in the RCF rules? Applicable scope of practice. - Staffing levels, training (personal care, special population, serious mental illness) - Medication administration and assistance, wound care Review available resources: 15 minutes Q&A

Registration Email

oala@ohioassistedliving.org

Registration Phone

614-481-1950

First Date Available

1/23/2019

Last Date Available

1/23/2020
34399

RAC-CT Workshop - 2/5/2019 - 2/7/2019

Courses include: * MDS Coding for OBRA and PPS * RUG IV * OBRA Timing and Scheduling * Care Area Assessments * PPS Timing and Scheduling * Introduction to Medicare Part A * Care Planning * Accurately Assessing Functional Status * Five-Star Quality Rating System * Quality Measures

Sponsor

Ohio Health Care Association

Contact Info

Program Type

In Person

BELTSS Number

34590-006-P-19

Educational Objectives

Instructor Qualifications

Robin L. Hillier, CPA, STNA, LNHA, RAC-CT Robin L. Hillier is a healthcare executive dedicated to post-acute and long term care. She is a Certified Public Accountant, a State Tested Nursing Assistant, a Licensed Nursing Home Administrator, and is Resident Assessment Coordinator Certified and a Master Teacher through the American Association of Nurse Assessment Coordination (AANAC). Throughout her career she has been involved in all aspects of facility operations, including ownership roles. She is currently the Director of Reimbursement and Quality Metrics for Welcome Nursing Home in Oberlin, Ohio; Co-Owner of Quality Life Services, a home health agency; and President of RLH Consulting, which provides operational and reimbursement consulting to providers of skilled nursing, assisted living and intellectual or developmental disabilities. Ms. Hillier was elected to the Board of Governors of the American Health Care Association (AHCA) in 2010, and served for seven years. She is Past Chair of both the Ohio Health Care Association (OHCA) and its' Educational Foundation (EFOHCA). She also serves on the AANAC Expert Advisory Panel. Ms. Hillier was a 2015 recipient of the Joe Warner Patient Advocacy award and the 2004 OHCA President's award. She is a graduate of both the AHCA Future Leader and Political Ambassador programs, and represented AHCA at the 2014 White House Summit on Working Families. OR Scott Heichel, Director of Clinical Reimbursement LeaderStat Scott Heichel, RN, RAC-MT, DNS-CT, CIC, and Director of Clinical Reimbursement for LeaderStat brings almost 25 years of healthcare experience and is recognized for his expertise in the RAI process and clinical reimbursement. Scott?s consulting work includes performing Medicare and Medicaid reimbursement reviews and educational programs for skilled nursing facilities and multi-facility operators. Scott has experience in and has testified as an expert witness in a large Medicare dispute case. Scott is a member of AANAC's (American Association of Nurse Assessment Coordination) Expert Advisory Panel, recognized as a Master Teacher through AANAC for their RAC-CT MDS certification courses, and sits on the board as the Vice President of OANAC (Ohio Association of Nurse Assessment Coordinators).

Domains of Practice

10.02 Ensure that nursing services are planned, implemented, and evaluated to maximize resident quality of life and quality of care.

10.11 Identify, monitor, and ensure that quality indicators and quality assurance programs are utilized to maximize effectiveness in resident care and services and quality of life.

Total Program Hours

23

Program Fees

AANAC membership is not required to complete this certification; however, AANAC members receive deep discounts on all AANAC offerings including this certification. Become an AANAC member ($119/year) and take advantage of the reduced rate, sign up at www.aanac.org. REGISTRATION FEES: 3 Day Certification: AANAC MEMBERS ¿ $575 prior to January 22 ¿ $685 January 22 and after NOT-YET MEMBERS Certification + Membership ¿ $699 prior to January 22 ¿ $809 January 22 and after Certification Only ¿ $775 prior to January 22 ¿ $935 January 22 and after

Agenda

Program Information: * Training is from 8am to 5pm (Registration begins at 7:30am), day 1 & 2, program ends at 4:00 pm day 3 * Lunch: 12pm to 12:30pm (included in your registration fee) *Breaks =: 2 - 15 minute breaks each day

Web Registration Link

Registration Email

Registration Phone

Start Date

2/5/2019

End Date

2/7/2019

Location

OHCA

Address

55 Green Meadows Drive South
PO Box 447

City

Lewis Center

State

OH

Zipcode

43035
34590

Good Bugs versus Bad: Fecal Microbial Transplantation - Self Study - 2/6/2019 Only

Studies reveal that two-thirds of healthcare related Clostridium difficile infections occur in adults 65 years of age or older. Mortality in this population is significant with approximately 10% of elderly residents dying within 30 days of diagnosis. While drug therapy is the mainstay of treatment, it is not universally effective. This presentation will explore the indications, risks, and benefits of fecal microbial transplantation (FMT) for the treatment of C. Diff colitis. The clinical management of a geriatric resident undergoing FMT will also be addressed.

Sponsor

Ohio Health Care Association

Contact Info

Program Type

Distance Learning (Web)

BELTSS Number

34531-SS-18

Educational Objectives

At the conclusion of this presentation, the attendee will be able to: 1) Describe the signs and symptoms of C. diff colitis. 2) List three drugs commonly used to treat C. diff colitis. 3) Discuss the indications, risks and benefits of fecal microbial transplantation in the geriatric resident.

Instructor Qualifications

William Vaughan BSN, RN, VP, Education and Clinical Affairs Remedi SeniorCare OHCA Gold Champion Partner In 2013 Bill Vaughan BSN, RN joined Remedi SeniorCare as Vice President of education and clinical affairs after a 26 year career with Maryland?s state survey agency. Bill was a CMS certified health facility surveyor who evaluated the care delivered in Maryland?s nursing homes for 14 years. In 2001 he became the Chief Nurse of Maryland?s Office of Health Care Quality where he was responsible for the clinical oversight of the agency?s approximately 120 surveyors. Bill speaks nationally on the regulation of healthcare facilities and was on CMS expert panels which developed guidance to surveyors on pain management and end of life care.

Domains of Practice

10.02 Ensure that nursing services are planned, implemented, and evaluated to maximize resident quality of life and quality of care.

Total Program Hours

1

Program Fees

Members, prior to January 22, $55 per location Non Members, prior to January 22, $130 Members, January 22 and after, $75 Non Members, January 22 and after, $175

Agenda

2:00 pm - program begins 3:00 pm - question/answer 3:30 pm - program adjourns

Web Registration Link

Registration Email

Registration Phone

First Date Available

2/6/2019

Last Date Available

2/6/2019
34531



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