CMS issued the Reform of Requirements for LTC Facilities: Final Rule in November 28, 2016 with some requirements due at that time known as Phase I. Phase 2 is in effect as of November 28, 2017 and Phase 3 comes in November 2019. Knowing regulations is foundational; homes are held accountable to them. Learn these new CMS requirements – what’s new and what remains, as well as many culture change wins. Many person centered care/culture change practices have now risen to the level of regulation. Culture change practices have always and continue to provide links, leverages and a leg up in meeting the regulatory requirements, position you to remain compliant and often cost little to nothing.
This webinar provides great insight into CMS regulatory changes as well as culture change practices now in the new regulations. A strong professional of any discipline knows the regulations. When surveyors conduct an annual survey of a nursing home, the professionals working there are held accountable to these federal regulations. Culture change practices are best practices and assist homes to be compliant with the regulations.
- To know and understand new CMS regulations as well as remaining.
- To know the person-centered care/culture change practices now having risen to the level of requirements.
- To know CMS regulation timelines for Phase 1, 2 and 3.
- To understand CMS changes in enforcement when deficient practice is determined.
- To understand Culture change practices that assist to meet and comply with requirements.
- To know what new requirements are coming in Phase 3.
- The time line of CMS Phases, new Tag numbers, new Interpretive Guidance and new Survey Process.
- What regulations are newa in Phase 2 and Phase 3.
- Know the New CMS Regulations Phase 2 requirements:
- Reporting of crimes
- Communications with other health care entities
- Baseline care plan
- Staff competencies and skills
- Behavioral health services
- Pharmacist review of medical record
- Psychotropic drugs
- Denture/dental policies
- Facility Assessment
- Smoking policies
- What regulations remain.
- Culture change practices now imbedded in the regulations.
- How culture change practices can assist a home to be compliant with the CMS regulations.
- Healthcare CEOs
- Healthcare CFOs
- Nursing Assistants
- Dietary Manager
- Food Service Managers
- Recreation Therapists
- Social Workers
- Activity professionals
About The Presenter:
Carmen Bowman is a consultant, trainer, author and owner of Edu-Catering: Catering Education for Compliance and Culture Change turning her former role of regulator into educator. Carmen was a Colorado state surveyor for nine years, a policy analyst with CMS Central Office where she taught the national Basic Surveyor Course andsurveyor broadcasts on culture change and how to survey for activities. As a contractor to CMS, Carmen co-developed the Artifacts of Culture Change measurement tool and facilitated both Creating Home national symposiums sponsored by CMS and the Pioneer Network. She facilitated the Task Forces that developed the new Dining Practice Standards and Toolkit. She serves on the Pioneer Network Public Policy committee which meets quarterly with CMS Division of Nursing Homes. Carmen has a Master’s degree in Healthcare Systems, a Bachelor’s in Social Work, is a Certified Eden Associate and Eden Mentor, Certified Validation Worker, Group Practitioner and Presenter. She co-founded the Colorado Culture Change Coalition and has authored eight culture change workbooks plus hosts a monthly web culture change talk show Conversations with Carmen.
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