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AMDA Webinars 2011


WEBINAR001 - Introduction to the Care Process in the Long Term Care Setting


Feb 28, 2011 7:00pm ‐ Feb 28, 2011 8:00pm

Standard: $99.00
Members: $0.00

Description

Many facilities run their care process out of fear of the survey system or on regulations alone, without following an evidence based care process. With the implementation of MDS 3.0 and the new Care Area Assessment (CAA), facilities will need to show they are using evidence based and expert endorsed resources.

Appendix C in the new MDS Manual references the AMDA Clinical Practice Guidelines (CPGs) and the CMS State Operations Manual references AMDA CPGs within the tags themselves.

This session will detail the four stages of the geriatric care process; recognition, assessment (root cause analysis), treatment and monitoring, with the AMDA CPGs and discuss how the care process is part of a risk management program that relates to reduction in both survey penalty and litigation and improves patient outcomes.

This session is recommended for anyone who wishes to improve the care process in their facilities, especially medical directors, who by definition of F-Tag 501, are responsible for the clinical processes in their facilities.

Learning Objectives(s):

  • Understand how to assess and improve care in your facility through the implementation of an evidence based care process (AMDA CPGs)
  • Understand your responsibilities with guideline implementation
  • Understand how care processes protect you from litigation and survey deficiencies

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