SURVEY SUCCESS: The Household Model Advantage
APRIL 8, 2020
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Action Pact workshops run from 8:30 am to 3:30 pm, and include lunch
SAMARITAN BETHANY24 8TH ST. NW
Driving Directions 24 8TH ST. NW ROCHESTER, MN
Participants will take an in-depth look at the positive impact the household model of care can have on residents and how this impacts survey outcomes. They will study how to ensure that the process changes using the household model of care meet and/or exceed Federal Regulations. Utilizing tools and information provided by CMS [Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services] which regulates federal requirements for participation and demonstrated concepts of the household model, strategies will be identified by group learning. Understanding how to connect the changing landscape of regulation, federal requirements and processes with the increased quality of life in the household model of care will allow participants to create a tangible process to accomplish positive survey results. Participants will learn the concepts and processes required for Past Non-Compliance, creating a remedy that provides the community protection during survey. In addition, participates will practice and demonstrate the ability to write a Plan of Correction under the new requirements. Participants will realize that embracing the household model in either short stay or long-term stay areas of their organization will significantly enhance the care and services while enabling them to have improved survey results.
• Understand implementation of key principles of the Household Model
• Understand and identify the value of Household Model principles for both short stay and long stay residents
• Understand the current regulation and requirements set forth by CMS for participation with Medicare and Medicaid.
• Learn new strategies and interventions to create processes that improve survey outcomes while enhancing the lives of those we provide services and care for.
• Learn to strategize in implementing systems to protect the organization from CMP (Civil Money Penalties) and reduce the risk of deficient practice.
This educational offering has been reviewed by the National Continuing Education Review Service (NCERS) of the National Association of Long Term Care Administrator Boards (NAB) and approved for 6 clock hours and 6 participant hours.
Method for Issuing Certificates:
Certificates of completion will be printed in advance, based on enrollment data provided. At the close of the workshop they will be given to attendees who were present for the full session.
$120 for a single attendee or $99/each for two or more from any community
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