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Webinars: On Demand Virtual Education

HCAM On-Demand Virtual Education

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Archived Webinar: The Opioid Crisis - How to Identify Abuse Among Staff/Residents - On-Demand Archived Virtual Education
The purpose of this webinar is to provide an update on the opioid epidemic, both state-wide and nationally, tips to identify drug diversion, and ways to prevent drug diversion. The program is recommended for skilled nursing/post-acute care and assisted living executive-level leadership including facility/center owners, corporate-level consultants, regional directors, administrators, executive directors, directors of
nursing and management personnel.

To register click HERE.  To view and print the brochure, click HERE.


Archived Webinar: What We Learned in the First Three Months of the New Survey Process Webinar
Virtual Education - This webinar has been archived from the live virtual education program offered on 4/6/18.
This webinar reviews what we have learned about the new survey process in the first 3 months since it rolled out. We will discuss what AHCA recommends and tools to assist you with compliance. Time will also be set aside for participants to share experiences and ask questions.  The learner will be able to describe the national and statewide trends in survey citations (potentially deficient practices). The learner will be able to list action items to address these.
To register click HERE.  To view and print the brochure, click HERE.


Archived HCAM Webinar: CMS Facility Initiated Transfer VS. State – Involuntary Transfer Rules: Required Notices
Virtual Education - This webinar has been archived from the live virtual education program offered on 3/7/18.
Participants will be provided with an overview of the requirements contained in the new Facility Initiated Transfer regulations (F623) governing notice requirements for transfers to the hospital when return to the facility is anticipated. They will learn how to distinguish between the federal and state definitions, as they conflict, and learn which forms to use for notices and under which circumstances. Additionally, the new resident notice requirements will be discussed.
To register, click HERETo view and print the brochure, click HERE.


Archived HCAM Webinar: QMI Action Plan - HCAM Member Invitation Only
HCAM Members must login to view this free Archived Webinar. 

HCAM archived webinar for all HCAM members who received a request from the MDHHS Medicaid program to file an Action Plan for the Quality Measure Initiative program. Your facility has been identified as needing to complete an Action Plan by February 9, 2018. If the Action Plan is not submitted by March 9, 2018 your facility will lose for one year any payments under this program. This webinar will review the policy bulletin on the QMI program and the requirements for filing an Action Plan. We will demonstrate how to complete and file the Action Plan as well. Lastly, we will discuss how to determine which quality measures your facility should be addressing in your facility Action Plan.  Questions regarding the content of this webinar should be directed to Pat Anderson at patanderson@hcam.org.
To view the webinar, click HERE or login in under Provider Login, then click here HCAM Webinar: QMI Action Plans


MCAL PA 167 Webinar: HFA Statute (Law) Changes with Impact on Non-Licensed Assisted Living
Public Act 167 Becomes Effective in February - Involves changes for HFA’s AND non-licensed Assisted Living
This one hour webinar will explain the exemption process for non-licensed assisted living communities and will also address other changes for Homes for the Aged based on Public Act 167. Additional discussion will include potential changes coming for Adult Foster Care settings.
To register, click HERE.  To view and print the brochure, click HERE.


Health Care Association of Michigan proudly presents:
HCAM & MCAL Silver Award Webinar
On-Demand Archived 90 minute Virtual Education
Virtual Education - This webinar has been archived from the live virtual education program offered on 9/29/17.

HCAM & MCAL member facilities who have earned the AHCA & NCAL Bronze National Quality Award are encouraged to participate in this National Quality Award Silver Award Workshop. In today’s post?IMPACT Act world, it has never been more important to ensure that your organization is agile enough to meet the challenges of today’s regulatory reform, payment reform, and narrowed network challenges. Learn the integrated management system method of ensuring your processes are keeping pace with today’s customer, workforce, regulatory and market changing requirements. Additionally, this webinar will provide critical direction and ensure "application readiness" for the 2018 award cycle.
To register, click HERE.  To view and print the brochure, click HERE.


Health Care Association of Michigan proudly presents:
What Post-Acute Care Professionals Need to Know about Human Trafficking and Why!
On-Demand Archived 60 minute Virtual Education
Virtual Education - This webinar has been archived from the live virtual education program offered on 1/24/17.
To register, click HERE. To view and print the brochure, click HERE.

Human trafficking is a form of modern day slavery and is the fastest-growing international crime industry in the world. Human trafficking is not a crime that just happens "someplace else;" it happens here in Michigan. The magnitude of this horrific human rights violation is appalling and inconceivable and yet, health care professionals and systems are uninformed and ill-prepared to address this issue. This informative webinar presentation will provide an overview on human trafficking, examine the history and importance behind recent initiatives in the health care sector and provide participants with resources in which they can utilize to fulfill their continuing education requirement for human trafficking.

Purpose:
The purpose of this webinar is to provide an overview on human trafficking, examine the history and importance behind recent initiatives in the health care sector and provide participants with resources in which they can utilize to fulfill their continuing education requirement for human trafficking.


Health Care Association of Michigan proudly presents:

Survey & Enforcement Strategies Webinar On-Demand Archived 75 minute Virtual Education
This webinar has been archived from the live virtual education program offered on 5/24/17.

To register for this webinar, click HERE. To view and print the Registration form, click HERE.

Webinar Description
Are you confused by several enforcement letters with differing dates and cycles? Are you confounded by overlapping surveys? Are you mystified by how the Life Safety Code surveys effect your enforcement cycle and actions? You are in marvelous company! Join this webinar in which we clarify the survey and enforcement cycle, provide tools to track this yourself, and discuss strategies to keep control of YOUR cycle.

Learner Objectives
1. Describe the survey enforcement cycle.
2. Design a process for tracking your survey cycles.
3. Examine strategies for administrative management of the survey cycle.

Contact Hours
This webinar will provide registered participants the opportunity to earn up to (1) one contact hour for licensed nursing home administrators.


Health Care Association of Michigan proudly presents:

Life Safety & Health Care Facility Codes Door Inspections Webinar
On-Demand Archived 90 minute Virtual Education
This webinar has been archived from the live virtual education program offered on 5/16/17.

To register for this webinar, click HERE. To view and print the Registration form, click HERE.

Webinar Description
Survey enforcement of the 2012 Life Safety Code & Health Care Facilities Code began November 1. Facilities are being given a year to come into compliance with several critical inspections, testing and maintenance items which are coming due by July 5, 2017 such as door inspections, non-hospital grade receptacles and sprinkler heads. The inspection of fire and smoke doors is a new requirement for nursing facilities to inspect according to the 2012 Life Safety Code. The criteria specifies that the door inspections must be ‘performed by individuals with knowledge and understanding of the operational components of the type of door being subjected to testing.’ This informative webinar will review the door inspection qualified training to assist providers in ensuring they meet the requirements; assist in developing the documentation to provide to inspectors; and will provide a sample inspection form. This webinar will also provide a review of the inspection of electrical receptacles and sprinkler heads, as well as critical documentation necessary to maintain compliance.

Target Audience
This webinar is recommended for skilled nursing/post-acute care facility owners, corporate consultants, administrators, environmental engineers and maintenance directors. All HCAM member facilities are strongly encouraged to participate.

Contact Hours
This webinar will provide registered participants the opportunity to earn up to (1) one contact hour for licensed nursing home administrators.

Webinar Participation
Registration for this webinar includes the awarding of 1 contact hour for the registered attendee only, however, all facility staff are welcome and encouraged to listen-in as well.


Health Care Association of Michigan proudly presents:

CMS Emergency Preparedness Rules Webinar On-Demand Archived 90 minute Virtual Education
This webinar has been archived from the live virtual education program offered on 7/14/17.
To register for this webinar, click HERE. To view and print the Registration form, click HERE.

Webinar Description
With the November enforcement date quickly approaching nursing facility providers must understand and implement this massive regulatory requirement. Disasters can strike at any time and with little warning and these events call for clear cut plans and strategies for accessing the resources necessary to protect the health and welfare of your residents. Under the new regulations, CMS requires skilled nursing facilities to (1) assess facility risks and improve emergency planning, (2) implement supporting policies and procedures, (3) develop and maintain preparedness communication plan, and (4) a comprehensive training and testing program. CMS is set to begin enforcement of the Emergency Preparedness Rule beginning November 15, 2017. The deficiency tags for emergency preparedness will be "E" Tags found in Appendix Z. With more than 40 "E" tags providers have substantially more to and accessible to both health and safety surveyors and LSC Surveyors. State survey agencies will have discretion regarding whether the LSC or health and safety surveyors will conduct the emergency preparedness surveys.

This webinar will provide an overview of all the components that must be put into place by November. Participants will walk through conducting a hazard vulnerability assessment and detail how to develop policies and procedures designed to help complete an all-hazards approach risk assessment and establish an effective emergency plan. This webinar will explore the CMS initiative including a template of the requirements for facility’s requiring facilities to perform a risk assessment that uses an "all-hazards" approach prior to establishing an emergency plan. Key components of a communications plan – Nursing Home Incident Command System and necessary protective actions for a facility’s disaster and emergency plan and operating procedures will be discussed as well. With November quickly approaching, it’s time to get on board with preparations and modifications necessary for meeting these requirements. All HCAM facility members are encouraged to participate!

Target Audience
This webinar is appropriate for skilled nursing facility owners, corporate consultants and chief executive officers and administrators and/or the personnel responsible for development of the facility’s emergency preparedness plan. All HCAM member facilities are strongly encouraged to participate.

Contact Hours
This webinar will provide registered participants the opportunity to earn up to (1) one contact hour for licensed nursing home administrators.

Webinar Participation
Registration for this webinar includes the awarding of 1 contact hour for the registered attendee only, however, all facility staff are welcome and encouraged to listen-in as well.

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