March 15, 2018
9:00 AM – 3:30 PM (Eastern Time)

On November 28, 2017 all states began a brand new computer-based survey process for LTC facilities. This coincides with the implementation of Phase 2 of new Requirements of Participation and a newly revised State Operations Manual. Combined, this massive overhaul incorporates new survey procedures, new survey forms, new F-tags, and 41 new and updated investigative protocols (now called “pathways”). This seminar will explain the new computer-based LTC survey process effective November 28, 2017. New survey procedures, new survey forms, new F-tags, and new surveyor guidance will be addressed throughout.

At the conclusion of this course, the learner will:

  • Identify significant differences between the old and new survey process
  • Understand how the new survey process is conducted
  • Understand the Phase 2 provisions for limited enforcement remedies and what this means for facilities and the impact on the 5-Star Rating System
  • Explain strategies for survey success as the new process gets underway

Faculty: Shelly Maffia, MSN, MBA, RN, LNHA, QCP | Proactive Medical Review & Consulting

Shelly has over 15 years of leadership and consulting experience, holding positions as DON, NHA, Corporate Nurse Consultant, and Training. Currently she provides consultation on regulatory compliance to nursing facilities in multiple states. Her expertise includes developing clinical training tools, policies, procedures, protocols and training programs on systems, processes and best practices.

Seminar Details
Fee: $120 Members / $60 Samaritan Alliance Members/ $170 Non-Members

This seminar will take place at the LeadingAge Indiana Office at 6280 West 96th St, Indianapolis, IN 46278. All registrants will receive a confirmation email. If no email is provided, you will not receive confirmation. Administrators will earn 5.25 CEUs for participating in this program. (98000057A) Fee includes workshop, materials, and light snack. Lunch is on your own.

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