This webinar features the following Direct Supply partners: Clinical Director – Liz Jensen, Senior Product Consultants – Jadi Endl & Kari Harbaugh, Product Consultant – Renae Buyeske, and Director of Risk & Safety Solutions – Ray Miller.
As Skilled Nursing facilities prepare for CMS Phase 2 implementation of the new Requirements of Participation (RoP), providers are focused on delivering person-centered care and demonstrating how they are preparing their staff and communities to meet the individualized needs of residents. How providers assess, choose, manage, check competency and maintain their environment and equipment will be considerations for surveyors when determining how providers are meeting resident needs. Viewers will learn more about these changes and gain some practical tips and ideas to prepare for the new survey process.
In this session, attendees will:
- Review selected F-Tags and Surveyor Guidance in the new CMS Requirements of Participation that include language that addresses care environments and clinical equipment
- Discuss examples of how care environment and clinical equipment decisions can impact outcomes and compliance
- Explore ideas for improving care environments and utilization of clinical equipment that supports competent person-centered care delivery and effective operations management
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