This program will outline the CMS and TJC regulations and standards related to order sets, protocols, preprinted orders, and standing orders. Our expert will discuss four sections in the Hospital CoP manual on standing orders and protocols. She will also review related tag changes – including Tag 457 – which is considered one of the most confusing tag numbers for hospitals to comprehend.
As case managers, you have a myriad of compliance issues to adhere to your daily practice. This program will review compliance issues that impact your practice, and help you identify and fix compliance practice gaps. Remember, your compliance is critical to a good survey outcome!
This program will cover The Joint Commission Sentinel Event (SE) policy and Patient Safety Systems chapter, which are designed to be used together to help hospitals ensure compliance and improve patient safety. The Patient Safety Systems chapter educates hospitals on structuring an integrated patient safety system by providing a framework for the accreditation standards and patient safety.
Our expert will guide attendees through the nursing CoPs and discuss important information outside the nursing services section to ensure nurses comply with CMS standards and provide quality care to patients.
This program will highlight recent patient safety resources published by healthcare organizations, including the Becker’s top ten patient safety issues, ECRI Institute’s Top 10 Patient Safety Concerns for Healthcare Organizations for 2018, and the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality’s patient safety tools and resources.
This program will cover the CMS QAPI CoPs and proposed changes, QAPI standards on patient safety and risk management, root cause analysis, and the CMS memo on Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) Common Formats.
This webinar will review the roles of the physician advisor, hospitalist, key physician stakeholders, and their collaborate responsibilities with RN CMs, social work CMs, and CM leaders. The program will dive into how the role of the hospitalist evolved to ensure compliance with federal and state regulations and contractual agreement with commercial payers.
This program will cover the revised CMS CoPs standards on safe opioid use, IV medication, and blood transfusion. Additionally, it will review CDC guidelines for prescribing opioids, TJC guidelines for pain management, federal guidelines for opioid programs, and recommendations to address the opioid epidemic.
Join our expert in this three-part webinar series as she reviews EMTALA regulations, interpretive guidelines, and the Office of Inspector General's proposed changes, which will have an effect on-call physicians. The series will cover all 12 sections of the law, in addition to the expanded section for on-call physicians, and it will outline the shared and community care plan processes.