This program will cover the CMS infection control standards and antibiotic stewardship program, TJC’s antibiotic stewardship program requirements, and CDC’s Core Elements of Outpatient Antibiotic Stewardship. Our speaker will discuss common deficiencies in infection control and provide tips to ensure compliance. Attendees will learn about CDC and FDA’s updated procedures for cleaning, disinfecting, and sterilizing reusable medical devices, CDC’s Vaccine Storage and Handling Toolkit, CMS memos on infection control, safe injection practices, CRE, ISMP, and insulin pen memos.
Part I will cover common problems that occur in neonates, including fever, hypothermia, cyanosis, stridor, hypoglycemia, and inborn errors of metabolism. Our expert will review diagnostic approaches and current management strategies to address these issues.
This two-part series focuses on unique diseases and problems that occur in neonates - babies from 1-30 days of age. Our expert will use the chief complaint to help develop a logical approach to an infant evaluation. Additionally, she will discuss the differential for common complaints, diagnostic approach and current management strategies.
Whether you are an RN case manager or a social worker, you will want to participate in this series to gain the skills necessary to improve your case management team’s workflow and outcomes. his program will also cover social workers’ role in community-based case management programs and in communities with patients that require case management services.
Whether you are an RN case manager or a social worker, you will want to participate in this series to gain the skills necessary to improve your case management team’s workflow and outcomes. Learn how to meet the needs of a complex patient population!
Part 2 will cover conjunctivitis, GI problems, neurological disorders, endocrine related issues, and trauma in neonates. Additionally, she will discuss the differential for common complaints, diagnostic approach and current management strategies.
This program will cover the CMS QAPI CoPs and proposed changes, QAPI standards on patient safety and risk management, root cause analysis, and the CMS memo on Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) Common Formats.
During this program, our expert will provide essential guidelines for falls prevention using evidence-based literature. She will review CMS and TJC standards on falls, AHRQ’s fall prevention toolkit, TJC’s 21 targeted solutions, and IT process to reduce falls. Attendees will learn every aspect of fall prevention and understand why it requires a multifaceted approach to address the issue.
This program will review how case management process can be used for social workers to organize their daily schedule. Our experts will review each step in the process and provide recommendations for social workers to engage with the interdisciplinary care team throughout the process.