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Restraint is the number one deficiency hospitals are penalized for in the Hospital CoP because the restraint policy is one of the hardest to write and understand for healthcare employees. CMS published 10 pages of restraint training requirements for hospitals to implement.
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.
All accrediting bodies require restraint training, and CMS mandates both orientation and ongoing education for all hospital staff. We’ll help you meet these requirements!
|- Medical restraints||- Patient rights||- Culture of safety|
|- Manual holds||- Leadership responsibilities||- Patient monitoring|
|- Time-limited orders||- New training requirements||- Renewing orders|
|- Drugs as restraint||- Mandatory documentation||- Behavioral health|
|- TJC vs. CMS||- Standard treatment||- Restraint protocols|
|- Deficiency reports||- Self-destructive behavior||- State laws|
|- Plan of care||- Assessment requirements||- Staff education|
|- MD notification||- Mandatory first-aid training||And so much more!|
Anyone involved with or interested in restraint regulations and standards, including but not limited to: Nurses with direct patient care, Chief Nursing Officers, Risk Managers, Chief Risk Officers, PI Directors, Compliance Officers, Quality Officers, Chief of Medical Staff, COOs, Nurse Educators, ED Nurses, ED Physicians, Medical Staff Coordinators, Department Directors, Physicians, CMS Liaisons, TJC Liaisons, Registration Staff, Safety Officers and Staff, Legal Counsel, Behavioral Health Staff, Psychiatry Staff, Social Workers, Discharge Planners, Case Managers, Hospice Staff and anyone involved in the restraint or seclusion of patients.