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It is vital that every hospital, critical access hospital, home health agency, inpatient rehab facility, skilled nursing facility, and long-term care hospital is in compliance with the IMPACT Act and the discharge planning standards. Our expert will explain how these rules and regulations affect transfer forms, discharge evaluation forms, discharge instructions, discharge summaries, medication reconciliation standards, and much more.
Your order includes:
|- The IMPACT Act||- Proposed changes||- Discharge planning worksheet|
|- Medication side effects||- Resource use measures||- Common standards & definitions|
|- Patient goals & preferences||- Medication reconciliation||- Transfer form|
|- Post-acute care providers||- Ability to perform self-care||- Discharge plan|
|- Discharge coordinator||- 5 requirements of discharge||- Inpatients, ED, observation & surgery|
|- Preventing readmission||- Skin integrity & changes||Can you believe there's even more?!|
Anyone involved with or interested in medication process, including but not limited to: Pharmacists, Chief Pharmacy Officers, Physicians, Patient Safety Officers, Nursing Supervisors, Medical Safety Officer, Risk Manager, Hospital Attorneys, Case managers, Chief Nursing Officer (CNO), Chief Medical Officer (CMO), Chief Operating Officer (COO), Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Nurse Director, Quality Improvement Director, Regualtion and Accreditation Director, Nurse Educator, PI Director, Compliance Director, and anyone who is involved in a medication process.