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◂  September 2018

Care Coach Fundamentals: Improving Staff Competency Programs and Care Planning Skills
9/11/20189am4pm

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Venue

HFAM Meeting Room
601 Global Way, Suite 100 - 103
Linthicum, MD 21019

Care Coach Fundamentals:  Improving Staff Competency Programs and Care Planning Skills
Tuesday, September 11, 2018
9:00 am – 4:00 pm (check-in 8:30am)
HFAM Meeting Room

Course Description:
Part 1 (Competency Development): This session will assist SNF providers in effective implementation of competency based staff development and training programs through lecture and break-out train the trainer sessions. A review of regulatory requirements regarding Staff Competency with an analysis of the associated Interpretive Guidance. A review of the Sufficient & Competent Nurse Staffing Critical Element Pathway and/or Surveyor Probes used to guide the investigative process related to staff competency will be discussed. Actual citation examples related to staff competency will be shared and discussed. Tools to assist the facility team in monitoring assessing staff competency will be discussed.

The session will include train-the-trainer break-out sessions demonstrating how to assess staff competency in the following areas: Behavioral Health; Cultural Competency; Trauma Informed Care; and Changes in Condition. Each participant will have the opportunity to attend two break-out sessions.

Part 2 (Care Planning): This session will assist SNF providers in developing, implementing, and updating person centered care plans. A review of regulatory requirements regarding Care Planning with an analysis of the associated Interpretive Guidance will be discussed. Actual citation examples related to care planning will be reviewed. Strategies for improving person-centered comprehensive care planning processes will be emphasized.

Learning Outcomes

  1. Identify the regulatory requirements related staff competency & care planning
  2. Identify processes for assessing competency upon hire and on an on-going basis.
  3. Identify examples of how staff competency and care planning are commonly cited in the new LTCSP
  4. Identify tools for the leadership team to use for monitoring compliance with care planning and assessing staff competency
  5. Identify how to develop an effective person-centered plan of care that focuses on the goals of each resident

Costs:  HFAM Members – $165 first person – $140 each additional
Non-Members – $200 first person – $175 each additional

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