Friday, March 29 • 1:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m. EST

This session will highlight the changes outlined in the Requirements for Medicare and Medicaid Participation which intensely transforms the regulations for long-term care facilities.   The speaker will review elements of Phase I,  Phase II and Phase III Participation Requirements, with special attention to Person-Centered Care, QAPI, Trauma Based Care, Compliance and Ethics, along with Staffing and Competencies.

 Recommended Audience

Owners and Operators, CEO, CFO, Administrators, Medical Directors, Geriatricians, Board of Directors, Nursing Management, Direct Care Nurses in a SNF, Therapy Management, Occupational Therapists, Physical Therapists, Speech Language Pathologists,  MDS Coordinators, Compliance Officers, Reimbursements Specialists, Social Workers, Case Managers and Business Office Managers.

Objectives 

  1. Describe key characteristics of Person-Centered Care
  2. State the 5 operational strategies of the CMS Action Plan
  3. Describe key characteristics of Trauma-Informed Care

Goals 

This program will enable long term care professionals to provide quality healthcare through an understanding of changes in regulatory expectations from CMS per Phase I, Phase II and  Phase III Requirements of Participation (RoP).

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CLIENT TESTIMONIALS

"Our relationship with Harmony has definitely increased our RUG rates through education and communication. Our current RUG rate has increased 11% and has more than covered any related costs of doing business."

Roger Sliby, VP Finance & CFO
The Jewish Home (Fairfield, CT)

"HHI and their team of dedicated staff are willing to go the extra mile to help with any challenges that we may have, but also respects the decisions of the facility and works collectively to support best practice, quality care, strong outcomes and service to our customers."

Kim Malloy-Salmon, Director of Rehabilitation Services
Salmon Family of Services (Beaumont, MA)