Tuesday, November 8, 2016

Register today! Unintended Healthcare Outcomes - Building Prevention into Every Day Practice

Marguerite McLaughlin

After the OIG report that shed light on several areas of care that put residents at risk, providers immediately got to work developing systems and responses that would help to minimize these unintended healthcare outcomes. On November 16 at 3 pm Eastern Time join AHCA SVP of Quality and Regulatory Affairs Dr. David Gifford, 
Hillcrest Health Services’ Director of Quality and Education Dr. Anna Fisher, Administrator of the Cottages at Hillcrest Country Estates Joe DiMinico, and Roxanne Dai in Part 3 of the Quality Initiative Series that focuses on clinical care, nutrition and team strategies that can make an immediate difference in the lives of residents. Register here

Additionally, the Association’s Clinical Practice Committee designed a framework that outlines guiding elements such as individualized care approaches, effective transitions of care, QAPI concepts, safety, risk management, team-based care, and diagnostic quality that will support your efforts in fulfilling the Requirements of Participation. Discover what the Hillcrest team has done to succeed in this valuable program on reducing unintended healthcare outcomes.

This webcast is part of an 8-part Quality Initiative Series designed to provide in-depth instruction and strategies to help AHCA/NCAL members effectively meet impending payment and regulatory changes. For more information and list of upcoming webcast dates, click here.

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