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Session Description: The obligatory (dreaded) morning meeting. Most facilities have a stand-up meeting, but be honest – would you say it's successful at managing the myriad of details, the potential landmines for poor outcomes, resident harm, and lost revenue? Stop the moaning from staff and transform your meeting into "aha" moments that empower staff to shine and provide a framework to manage the thousands of daily details. This talk is for change agents!
Discuss risk management in terms of events and exposures and why this difference is crucial.
Describe a framework for the stand-up meeting that is successful in managing risk and reducing deficiencies.
Identify how a well-run stand-up meeting correlates with QAPI and QIS.