The program will cover the Hospital Infection Control Worksheet, proposed infection control standards, antibiotic stewardship program, and the Hospital-Acquired Condition (HAC) Reduction program. Our expert will discuss vital memos on infection control issues, recommend tracer tools to match the worksheet, and review the most common infection control deficiencies and how to avoid them.
This jam-packed, five-part series will provide a higher level of CM best practices to assist your journey to becoming a more effective RN case manager, social work case manager, case management leader, or a physician leader.
When all is said and done, how do we know that we are doing a good job as case managers? During this webinar, our experts will review the latest outcome measures in case management and provide examples of dashboards that can be used to track and trend CM results over time. Learn how to measure your impact on your patients and your organization.
CMS recently made 3 changes to the hospital dietary guidelines and rewrote the dietary guidelines for critical access hospitals. This program will discuss the CoPs for dietary, food and nutrition services, including the new dietary guidelines for critical access hospitals. CMS published a new rule that allows medical staff and board to credential and privilege qualified dietitians and nutritional specialists to order a patient's diet.
This program will cover all of the radiology and nuclear medicine standards, and MRI requirements employees must know. If a surveyor showed up today, would you be able to demonstrate compliance with all 41 pages of CoPs changes?
This program will cover the federal regulations on telemedicine, CMS interpretive guidelines on telemedicine standards, and TJC’s crosswalk that follows telemedicine standards. Our expert will discuss telemedicine contracts, credentialing and privileging process for physicians and practitioners, and problematic standards in the telemedicine interpretive guidelines.