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Competency is Critical: What to Expect as Enhanced Competency Requirements Roll Out with Phase 3
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Competency is Critical: What to Expect as Enhanced Competency Requirements Roll Out with Phase 3

A surveyors insight into how the regulation will be enforced and how you can create a program that integrates QAPI, engages your team, and delivers improved care.

9/23/2019
When: Monday, September 23, 2019
12:00 PM
Where: Webinar
United States
Presenter: Ellen Kuebrich, Chief Strategy Officer, Providigm
Contact: Allison Ciborowski
410-925-1295

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With more than 500 changes to existing regulations, and 19 brand new requirements to comply with, the Final Rule hit the long-term care industry hard.

Staff competency is the most critical remaining piece of regulation left, and it ties into nearly every piece of the final rule. A failure on the floor will almost certainly lead to an examination of your competency program, your facility assessment, and your QAPI process. This interactive webinar will give you a surveyor's insight into how this new regulation will be enforced, as well as how you can create a competency program that integrates QAPI, engages your team and delivers improved care.

By attending, participants will:

  • Become familiar what will happen on and after November 28, 2019, as competency requirements from CMS roll out
  • Understand the intent and expectation behind the facility assessment and QAPI, and their relationship to a dynamic competency program
  • Become aware of the repercussions of having an insufficient competency processes
  • Be able to implement strategies to make competency management meaningful and actionable in their facility(ies)

 

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