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MI-NADONA Virtual Workshop: ROP Phase 2 Clarification and Phase 3 Guidance
11/21/20221pm5pm

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ROP Phase 2 Clarification and Phase 3 Guidance

November 21, 2022 | 1 – 5 pm ET | Live Webinar

 

Virtual Workshop Summary

This session discusses the changes to the regulations and survey process effective October 24, 2022. We review the areas most pertinent to the clinical team – Residents’ Rights, Admission, Discharge and Transfer, Abuse Identification, Investigation and Reporting, Quality of Life and Care, Infection Control, and Trauma-informed Care with behavioral health care planning. With the participants we identify strategies to implement the changes.

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About the Speaker: Vickie Burlew, RN, LNHA

Vickie Burlew is a mentor and coach to LTC facilities in the area of regulatory and clinical care. She advocates for the homes and their residents believing that providing person-directed care is the road to compliance. Currently she is employed by Lebenbom & Rothman Consulting working with you for the best outcomes for your elders.

About the Speaker: Sandy Place, LNHA, MA

Sandra L. Place is a Healthcare Consultant and Educator, a licensed nursing home administrator and holds certifications and trainings in several holistic modalities including End of Life Doula. She is a long-time advocate of Person Directed Care and utilizes her graduate degrees in psychology and holistic health to aid healthcare environments in the development of innovative programs including culture change and end of life care. Ms. Place specializes in healthcare organizational change and end of life programming in post-acute care. Additionally, she teaches at the Michigan State University Henry Center for Executive Development as an instructor for the Nursing Home Administrator’s Course.

Continuing Education

HCAM is proud to be the exclusive event manager for MI-NADONA/LTC. Additionally, HCAM is the provider of CNE in a joint-provider agreement with MI-NADONA/LTC.

RN: Nurse participants may also earn up to 3.75 nurse education contact hours. Health Care Association of Michigan is approved as a provider of nursing continuing professional development by the Wisconsin Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.

NHA: The Health Care Association of Michigan is a Certified Sponsor of continuing education with the National Association of Long Term Care Administrator Boards (NAB). This program has been approved for Continuing Education for 3.75 total participant hours from NAB/NCERS – approval #20230926-3.75-A87290-DL.

Requirements for Successful Completion: To receive contact hours for live virtual participation in this program, participants must attend the entire program. Attendance will be verified automatically via the virtual platform.

Learning Objectives & Outcomes

Learning Objectives:

  1. Describe the clarifications in Residents’ Rights
  2. Understand the changes to Abuse Reporting
  3. Identify the elements under Quality of Life/Care
  4. Learn the emphasis on Infection Control
  5. Discuss Trauma-informed care and behavior health care planning

Nurse Learner Outcomes:

  1. At the conclusion of this session, participants will self-report a knowledge gain of the implementation of the Phase 2 and Phase 3 regulations pain on the post session evaluation.
Registration Policies

REGISTRATION:  Online registration through Swoogo is the only method of registration available for this event. Please whitelist (add to safe senders) the following email domains to ensure you receive confirmations and additional details via email: @hcam.org, @managedbyamr.com, and @swoogo.com.

EVENT CONFIRMATION:  Upon registration, you will receive an email from ohagerman@managedbyamr.com confirming your registration. Please check your spam/junk folders and whitelist this email address to ensure you receive this email and future communications regarding the event.

CANCELLATION:  All refund requests must be made in writing to Mary Gettel. Individual registration fees, less a $25 processing fee, will be refunded for cancellations received in writing prior to November 4, 2022. Cancellations received after November 4, 2022 and no-show registrants will not receive a refund nor a credit to a future program.

SUBSTITUTIONS:  Individuals registered to attend this program, but unable to participate, may send an alternate in their place. Please contact Liv Hagerman with the first and last name, title, facility/company, and email address of both the original registrant and the alternate to process this request.

QUESTIONS:  Should you have questions, please contact Mary Gettel.

VIDEOS & PHOTOGRAPHY:  By registering for and/or attending the event, participants acknowledge and agree that data, video, photographs, and other image and voice recordings of the event, may be documented by HCAM/MCAL or parties acting on the behalf of HCAM/MCAL . The data, video, photographs, and other recordings may be used by HCAM/MCAL in any media now known or later invented for any purpose related to HCAM/MCAL ‘s mission, including educational, promotional, and awareness-related use. Registration to this virtual event includes technology that monitors participant activities throughout the event platform, such as session attendance to determine continuing education credit eligibility and virtual Expo visits. Participants give HCAM/MCAL unlimited permission to use their name, likeness, image, statements and other information given to HCAM/MCAL , whether through registration, interactions in the platform during the event, or otherwise, that may be necessary for HCAM/MCAL to exercise its rightful use of data, video, photographs and other recordings. 

CODE OF CONDUCT: HCAM/MCAL has zero-tolerance for any form of discrimination or harassment, including but not limited to sexual harassment by participants or our staff at our meetings. If you experience harassment or hear of any incidents of unacceptable behavior, HCAM/MCAL asks that you inform either Melissa Samuel, President/CEO, melissasamuel@hcam.org or Mary Gettel, Director of Education, marygettel@hcam.org so that we can take the appropriate action.

Unacceptable Behavior is defined as:

  • Harassment, intimidation, or discrimination in any form.
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Additional prohibited activities include:

  • Participants should not copy or take screen shots of Q&A or any chat room activity that takes place in the virtual space.
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HCAM/MCAL reserves the right to block access to the event and/or prohibit attendance at any future meeting, virtual or in person, and seek legal action against violators where applicable.

ANTITRUST POLICY: It is the established policy of the Health Care Association of Michigan and Michigan Center of Assisted Living to comply with all laws, including the antitrust laws. Because this event includes individuals representing entities that are or may be competitors, we restrict our communications to the discussion topics specifically addressed by HCAM/MCAL in this event. In order to comply with this policy, please refrain from addressing any issues related to your respective companies’ competitively sensitive proprietary information, including (but not limited to) current or future pricing, rebates, margins, discounts, terms of sale or costs, strategic plans or initiatives, business plans, bidding situations, sales to specific customers, or in specific geographic areas. If you have any questions or concerns about this policy, please contact HCAM/MCAL at melissasamuel@hcam.org.

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CONTENT DISCLAIMER: All meeting content, including live, recorded, and written presentations, represents the opinions of the authors and speakers and should not be construed to be those of HCAM/MCAL unless adopted pursuant to the bylaws of the Association. Nothing contained herein is to be considered as the rendering of legal advice for specific cases, and readers are responsible for obtaining such advice from their own consultants and/or legal counsel. This meeting content and any forms and agreements herein are intended for educational and informational purposes only.

FORCE MAJEURE: HCAM/MCAL conferences will be cancelled due to inclement weather or other acts of God (including, but not limited to, flood, fire, or natural disaster) only if the venue and/or location of the event is closed or provides notice to HCAM/MCAL of its inability to hold the event, or if the local government declares an emergency status is in effect for the location of the event. If an HCAM/MCAL conference is cancelled due to inclement weather or other acts of God as set forth herein, every attempt will be made to reschedule the event and your registration fee will be applied to the rescheduled event date. Any travel expenses that may have been incurred cannot be refunded under any circumstances. If the HCAM/MCAL event is held but weather conditions (whether forecasted or actualized) prohibit you from traveling, HCAM/MCAL cannot refund your registration fee.

CHANGES TO PROGRAM: HCAM/MCAL reserves the right to change or modify the program based on space, speaker schedule or other circumstances. Please refer to the website for the latest schedule and information.

MEMBERSHIP: MI-NADONA membership is based individually, NOT by facility or HCAM membership. To become a MI-NADONA/LTC member, please visit www.MINADONA.org.

HCAM/MCAL Nurse Education Committee

Primary Nurse Planner:

Carole Stacy, MSN, MA, RN – HCAM Nurse Consultant
Carole Stacy has disclosed that she has no relevant biasing relationship of a financial, professional, personal or commercial interest.

Nurse Planners:

Shari Carson, RN, BSN, LNHA, CDP, CDON, CIC – Regional Clinical Coordinator for Ciena Healthcare
Shari Carson has disclosed that she has no relevant biasing relationship of a financial, professional, personal or commercial interest.

Marie Patrick, RN, BSN, LNHA – Administrator for Holt Senior Care and Rehab
Marie Patrick has disclosed that she has no relevant biasing relationship of a financial, professional, personal or commercial interest.

Bonnie Vanderkarr, RN, BSN – Corporate Clinical Educator for Ciena Healthcare
Bonnie Vanderkarr has disclosed that she has no relevant biasing relationship of a financial, professional, personal or commercial interest.

Activity Planners:

Vickie Burlew, RN, ADNS, LNHA – Health Care Consultant and Educator for Rolf Consulting and Lebenbom & Rothman PC
Vickie Burlew has disclosed that she has no relevant biasing relationship of a financial, professional, personal or commercial interest.

The HCAM NEC is committed to ensuring all educational activities include only evidence-based content and that all activities are presented in a balanced manner and bias-free. If you feel that the educational activity was presented in a manner that violated these principles, please contact a member of the NEC immediately. Should you have a question regarding relationships with commercial interests, please contact the HCAM office or an HCAM staff member during the program.


 

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