This program will provide the CMS and TJC standards on preventing infant and pediatric abductions. Our expert will discuss complying with these standards and highlight five measures healthcare facilities can take to prevent abductions. Additionally, the program will explore the NCMEC’s revised prevention guidelines and infant abduction responses that all hospitals and birthing centers should be familiar with.
This fast-paced presentation will cover the 2012 Life Safety Code and discuss changes from the 2000 edition, including building rehabilitation, suites, means of egress, hazardous areas, door inspections, corridor cooking, decorations, and many more. Our presenter will guide attendees through these complicated standards by reviewing each chapter and explaining code references.
TThis program will cover social media guidelines defined by the National Council of State Boards of Nursing, the Federation of State Medical Boards, and the American Medical Association. The program will also address the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's social media toolkit to bring hospitals and healthcare employees up to date on social media policies.
This program will cover the CMS infection control standards and antibiotic stewardship program, TJC’s antibiotic stewardship program requirements, and CDC’s Core Elements of Outpatient Antibiotic Stewardship. Our speaker will discuss common deficiencies in infection control and provide tips to ensure compliance. Attendees will learn about CDC and FDA’s updated procedures for cleaning, disinfecting, and sterilizing reusable medical devices, CDC’s Vaccine Storage and Handling Toolkit, CMS memos on infection control, safe injection practices, CRE, ISMP, and insulin pen memos.
This program will simplify 50 pages of the CMS restraint and seclusion interpretive guidelines, including the proposed changes in the Hospital Improvement Rule. Our expert will provide a crosswalk to TJC and other accrediting standards, review reporting requirements and share best practices for physicians and RNs to prevent hospitals from being out of compliance.
During this program, attendees will learn about CoPs for UR, the new outpatient MOON forms, state QIOs, the two-midnight rule, and much more. Our expert will provide plans for hospitals to implement in order to comply with the UR standards and prevent unnecessary readmissions.
This program will cover the CMS hospital CoPs and TJC standards on advance directives, patient rights, case laws, and federal laws related to advance directives. Our expert will go over living wills, durable power of attorney, organ donation, mental health declaration, patient advocates, do-not-resuscitate (DNR) orders, and patient representatives such as DPOA, support persons, parents, and guardians.