This webinar features Liz Jensen RN MSN, RN-BC – Direct Supply Clinical Director and Kari Harbaugh – Direct Supply Senior Product Consultant.
Assisted living providers are realizing both the benefits and challenges of meeting the rising acuity needs of their residents. Advancing age and chronic diseases are challenging providers to consider how to best meet those needs. A planned approach to clinical program development allows providers to integrate the key elements of clinical programming into their existing model of services while offering care providers the guidelines and resources needed to meet the needs of residents with rising acuity living in their communities.
- Identify the key elements to consider when developing clinical programs in assisted living including program identification, research, plan development, tools, identifying a program champion, implementation and monitoring.
- Discuss the opportunities and challenges with clinical program development in assisted living.
- Explore examples of clinical program development specific to assisted living.
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