This program will also include proposed changes in the Hospital Improvement Rule, new HIPAA information from the Office of Civil Rights, changes to the Alcohol and Drug Abuse Patient Records Privacy Law, and documentation elements in an electronic medical record.
This program will provide the CMS and TJC standards on preventing infant and pediatric abductions. Our expert will discuss complying with these standards and highlight five measures healthcare facilities can take to prevent abductions. Additionally, the program will explore the NCMEC’s revised prevention guidelines and infant abduction responses that all hospitals and birthing centers should be familiar with.
This program will cover the proposed nursing CoPs changes, including quality of care, documentation, supervision, restraint reporting, safe opioid use, QAPI, infection control, standing orders, IV medication administration, safe injection practices, drug orders, and more.
This program will cover the federal regulations on telemedicine, CMS interpretive guidelines on telemedicine standards, and TJC’s crosswalk that follows telemedicine standards. Our expert will discuss telemedicine contracts, credentialing and privileging process for physicians and practitioners, and problematic standards in the telemedicine interpretive guidelines.
CMS proposed significant changes to the hospital CoPs that will affect standard and critical access hospitals next year. These changes affect nursing, medical record, infection control, QAPI, patients' rights, restraint and seclusion, OCR 1557, antibiotic stewardship program, and more. During this program, our expert will discuss proposed changes to the hospital CoPs and review regulations hospitals need to know for 2019.
n this session, attendees will learn about the new civil rights law from Section 1557 of the Affordable Care Act as it applies to hospitals and other healthcare providers. Our expert will discuss CoPs on Section 1557 and proposed changes under the Hospital Improvement Act.
This program will outline the CMS and TJC regulations and standards related to order sets, protocols, preprinted orders, and standing orders. Our expert will discuss four sections in the Hospital CoP manual on standing orders and protocols.