December 7, 2016
All sessions begin at 10am EST | Members: $55 per session
Date Contact Hrs Series Topic Jan. 11 1.5 Final Rule: Integrating Phase 2 New Requirements of Participation into Practice (Part 1) Jan. 18 1.5 Final Rule: Integrating Phase 2 New Requirements of Participation into Practice (Part 2) Feb. 15 1.25 SNF QAPI Fundamentals March 15 1.25 Health Inspections: Analyzing 5-Star Data and Applying QAPI Principles to Improve 5-Star Survey Results April 12 1.25 Staffing: Analyzing 5-Star Data and Applying QAPI Principles to Improve Staffing Ratings/Retention May 23 1.25 Pain: Analyzing 5-Star Pain Quality Measures and Applying QAPI Principles to Improve Pain Quality Measure June 21 1.25 Pressure Ulcers: Analyzing 5-Star Pressure Ulcer Quality Measures and Applying QAPI Principles to Improve Pressure Ulcer Quality Measures July 19 1.5 Falls & Restraint Reduction: Analyzing 5-Star Falls with Major Injury & Physical Restraint Quality Measures – Applying QAPI Principles to Reduce Falls, Physical Restraint Use, and Improve Fall with Major Injury Quality Measures Aug. 9 1.25 Antipsychotics: Analyzing 5-Star Antipsychotic Quality Measures and Applying QAPI Principles to Improve Antipsychotic Quality Measures Sept. 20 1.25 RoP Infection Control Program Updates and Urinary Tract Infections – Catheter Use: Analyzing 5-Star UTI and Catheter Quality Measures and Applying QAPI Principles to Improve UTI and Catheter Quality Measures Oct. 11 1.25 Increase in ADL Help, Ability to Move Independently Worsened, & Improvement in Function: Analyzing 5-Star Functional Mobility Quality Measures and Applying QAPI Principles to Improve Functional Mobility Quality Measures Nov. 7 1.25 Discharge to Community, Hospital Readmissions, and Emergency Room Visits: Analyzing 5-Star Quality Measures & Applying QAPI Principles to Improve Quality Measure Performance & Ensure Compliance with RoP Discharge Planning Requirements Dec. 20 1.25 Abuse Prevention & Reporting 17.0 Total CEUs for the Webinar Series
Registration and non-member pricing at the association links below:
On November 28th Phase 1 of the Requirements of Participation (RoP) went into effect. Proactive can assist your facility in implementing Phase 1, or partner with your team to develop a strategic plan for timely compliance with Phase 2 in 2017.
We are partnering with multiple state associations to offer a webinar series to ensure you have the information and resources to manage these changes while continuing to drive quality for your residents. Save the dates for the webinars listed below. Registration will open soon through IHCA, KAHCF, MHCA, OHCA, and THCA.
Amie Martin, OTR/L, CHC, RAC-CT
Principal Consultant & President for Proactive Medical Review
Amie is an Occupational Therapist with over twenty years of experience serving in long term care rehabilitation leadership positions and as a clinical program specialist. She is certified in healthcare compliance through the Health Care Compliance Association. She has successfully partnered with postacute care and rehabilitation service providers to improve clinical outcomes, compliance programs, medical record documentation, and to reduce error rates under medical review. Working with legal counsel to prepare defensive arguments and provide expert witness testimony, she has defended rehabilitation providers under large volume ZPIC and RAC government audits, recovering reimbursement on denied claims. Amie’s recent publications include articles for the American Occupational Therapy Association, American Association of Nurse Assessment Coordination (AANAC,) American College of Health Care Administrators, and the American Health Lawyers Association. She has presented extensively to SNF health care associations and national groups such as NARA (National Association of Rehabilitation Providers and Agencies) and AANAC on documentation and Medical Review related topics.
Shelly Maffia, MSN, MBA, RN, LNHA, QCP
Clinical Consultant for Proactive Medical Review
Shelly is a Registered Nurse and Nursing Home Administrator with over ten years of experience serving in long term care leadership and consulting positions, including positions as Director of Nursing, Administrator, and Corporate Nurse Consultant and Training Positions. She earned the QAPI Certified Professional (QCP) credential from the American Association of Nurse Assessment Coordination (AANAC), which was established to promote the highest standards for QAPI program implementation in the long-term care profession. She is a member of the Association for Professionals in Infection Control and Epidemiology (APIC) and earned a Certificate in Infection Prevention Training in the Long-Term Care Setting. She is an AHIMA approved ICD-10-CM and ICD-10-PCS trainer. Shelly has extensive experience providing consultation and leadership support to skilled nursing centers to ensure quality resident care and regulatory compliance. She is experienced in developing clinical training tools, policies, procedures, protocols, and providing training programs on systems, processes, and best practices for long-term care facilities and corporations.