Infection Preventionist Training & Support
Proactive’s team of qualified Infection Preventionist Consultants provide the education, resources and support services you need to implement and sustain an effective Infection Prevention and Control program. Contact us to schedule a program evaluation. Services include, but are not limited to:
- Mock survey & survey management support
- Onsite monitoring
- Infection Preventionist orientation and support
- Policies and Procedures
- Plans of Correction and Directed Plans of Correction
- Guidance for outbreak management
- Emergency Preparedness Consultation
- Inservice training and on-demand education
Proactive is simply outstanding in my book. Their expertise in all the complex and ever changing issues that we deal with in long-term care has been invaluable to us. I don’t know what we would have done without the templates, policy review, guidance and training they were able to provide. They went above and beyond to help us through a very serious and urgent matter with a State Survey and for that I will be eternally grateful. On top of all that, each time I have contacted Proactive with a question or a need, their response time has been downright impressive. We will not hesitate to call on Proactive any time we are faced with a challenge that requires more expertise or resources than we have in-house.
As states are working to catch up on annual recertification surveys across the nation, now is a good time to review and update your education calendar for the upcoming year. During annual surveys in 2022, surveyors will be paying additional attention to compliance...
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Ask Proactive – Let’s say I have a resident fall with injury on January 1st. How many days have to pass before it will drop off and not count against us as far as our 5-star rating?
Q: Let's say I have a resident fall with injury on January 1st. How many days have to pass before it will drop off and not count against us as far as our 5-star rating? A: The fall with major injury will be included in the QM % for the quarter if it was coded on a MDS...