Challenge:Staying up to date with current regulations is an ongoing challenge. But now the tides are changing even more quickly as reimbursement, quality measures and consumer demands evolve dramatically.
The major themes of the changes revolve around quality of life and include:
- Quality of Care
- Person-Centered Care
- Competency-Based Care
- Facility Assessment
- Systemic & Systematic Approaches
- Reimbursement Changes
New F-Tags, E-Tags and Surveyor Guidance language are all playing a role in evolving the processes and documentation needed for your community. How providers assess, choose, manage, check competency and maintain their environment and equipment will be considerations for surveyors when determining how providers are meeting residents’ needs.
Solution:Here are a few ways you can help enhance staff competencies and capture measurable data to meet the demands of changing regulations.
Leverage webinars and training videos to enhance staff knowledge. Discover informative content from Direct Supply’s clinical, risk management and product experts, like these:
CMS RoP: Care Environment & Clinical Equipment Considerations
Understanding the CMS Emergency Preparedness Regulation and Interpretive Guidelines
Person-Centered Assessment for Persons with Dementia
Programs to support alternate payment structures
Maximize reimbursement by targeting the top causes of rehospitalization, such as cardiac conditions.
Therapy Data Capture
Leverage modalities equipment to not only provide therapeutic benefits, but also capture the data associated with those treatments to help you get the reimbursement you’ve worked so hard to earn.
Reduce tags with data-driven technology
Ensure critical Life Safety and emergency preparedness tasks are being performed with TELS® Building Platform, which gives you the visibility and documentation you need for daily demands and stressful survey times. Plus, find helpful tools to self-assess your emergency preparedness and more. Check out these resources to help you go tagless: