MDS 3.0 Basic Training
CE hours Requested: NHAP 14 & BRN - 14
Discuss the updates coming in October!
This class examines each section of the MDS and how it impacts quality of care, reimbursement, Quality Measures, the Five Star Program and the Quality Accountability Supplemental Payment (QASP) Program. Updated changes to the Resident Assessment Instrument (RAI) are outlined in each section of the MDS.
- Item by Item interpretation and coding guidelines
- MDS data that drives resident centered care
- Conducting Resident Interviews
- MDS Corrections
- Avoiding Common MDS Errors
Bronze Quality Award Boot Camp
CE hours Requested: NHAP 7 & BRN 7
The first step in the National Quality Award Program is the Bronze – Commitment to Quality Award. The goal of this award level is to provide applicants with the tools and resources they need for continuous performance improvement. Through the Bronze criteria, based on the Organizational Profile section of the Baldrige Health Care Criteria for Performance Excellence, members will assess their organization’s mission, vision, and key factors that lead to success. This will provide a strong foundation for the second step—the Silver – Achievement in Quality Award level. The workshop will take attendees through each criteria question, discuss the criteria intention and provide time for attendees to answer. At the end of the workshop an attendee can have a completed Bronze application.
- Identify details/characteristics of your facility
- Select, describe and improve a clinical quality metric
- Complete a bronze level quality award application
Conditions of Participation Training for the ICF/IID Provider
Palm Springs, CA
CE hours Requested: NHAP - 6 & BRN - 6
The program is designed to provide knowledge of current regulatory requirements for the ICF/IID provider.
- Introduction to ICF/IID facility types in California
- Eight Conditions of Participation
- Survey types, survey tips and survey compliance
- Plans of correction
QIDP Certification Program
CE Hours Requested: NHAP-P 16 & BRN-16
Participation in this intensive two-day course will assist Qualified Intellectual Disabilities Professionals in gaining a clear understanding of their role and obtaining the skills needed to effectively carry out their duties. Although there is a didactic component, class size is limited to ensure interactive discussion and a meaningful learning experience.
- Regulatory Requirements & Survey Management
- Interdisciplinary Teams
- Writing Objectives, Client Reviews & Plan Implementation
- Managing Challenging Behaviors