This training program will cover requirements in the CMS hospital CoP manual on nursing section. It will discuss proposed changes in the Hospital Improvement Act including plans of care, staffing, policy changes, documentation, supervision, nursing leadership, verbal orders, antibiotic stewardship program and much more.
Why Should You Attend:
Did you know there were fifteen recent memos of importance to nursing in the recent past? Did you know there have been many changes in nursing chapter in the past two years including 2016 changes and proposed changes in 2017? The proposed changes are in the Hospital Improvement Act. It will discuss plans of care, staffing, policy changes, when a RN is required in an outpatient department, documentation, supervision, nursing leadership, verbal orders, antibiotic stewardship program and more.
Did you know that CMS has issued deficiency reports which includes the most problematic standards for hospitals? This is a must attend program for any clinical nurse or nurse leader or person interested in ensuring compliance with the CMS hospital conditions of participation in nursing.
This program will also refer other important sections that all nurses should be aware that are found outside the nursing services section such as medication standards, verbal orders, history and physicals, visitation, restraint and seclusion and grievances, discharge planning standards and privacy and confidentiality.
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Physical CD-USB of recorded session will be despatched after 72 hrs on completion of payment
Sue Dill Calloway, RN, MSN, JD, is a nurse attorney, a medical legal consultant and the past chief learning officer for the Emergency Medicine Patient Safety Foundation. She is the immediate past director of Hospital Patient Safety and Risk Management for The Doctors Company. She is currently president of Patient Safety and Health Care Education and Consulting. Sue was a medical malpractice defense attorney for many years and a past director of risk management for the Ohio Hospital Association. She was in-house legal counsel for a hospital in addition to being the privacy officer and compliance officer.
She has done many educational programs for nurses, physicians, and other health care providers. She has authored over 102 books and numerous articles. Sue is a frequent speaker and is well known across the country in the area of healthcare law, risk management, and patient safety. She has taught many educational programs and written many articles on compliance with the CMS and Joint Commission restraint standards.