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Webinar - "5-Star QMs: Catheter, UTI"
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**Please note - webinars are billed at a facility rate, not individually. For one flat fee the facility may have an unlimited number of participants viewing the webinar on one computer/device (CEUs for each person will be provided through a webinar sign-in page). Please be aware that you will receive only 1 log-in credential per registration, if more than one log-in credential is needed a separate registration will need to be submitted and invoiced accordingly.

6/17/2020
When: 1:30 PM
Where: Live Webinar
Missouri
United States
Contact: Karina Schnieders
573-893-2060


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MHCA Members - $55/facility

Non Members - $75/facility

1.25 Patient Care hour

 

Description:

This session will review the UTI and catheter insert/left in bladder quality measures that impact the Quality Measure component of the Nursing Home Compare Five-Star Quality Rating system. During the session, we will review how these measures are calculated and how they impact your overall Five-Star Quality Rating. The session will focus on best practices for reducing urinary tract infections and unnecessary catheter use in your facility and how to improve these measures using a QAPI framework with emphasis on reduction of common MDS coding errors and implementation of a facility specific Five Star road map action plan.

 

Learning Objectives:

1.       Describe best practices for reducing UTIs and catheter use and improving your Five-Star Quality Rating score

2.       Describe a process for establishing priority QAPI goals and actions to improve the UTIs and catheter insert/left in bladder quality measure

3.       Understand how the UTI and catheter insert/left in bladder quality measure are calculated and impact the Five-Star Quality Rating score

 

Presenter:

Shelly Maffia - Shelly is a Registered Nurse and Nursing Home Administrator with experience serving as Director of Nursing, Administrator, and as a multi-site Corporate Nurse Consultant. She holds AANAC’s QAPI Certified Professional (QCP) credential. She is a member of the Association for Professionals in Infection Control and Epidemiology (APIC) and earned a Certificate in Infection Prevention in Long-Term Care. She is a skilled coder and an AHIMA approved ICD-10 trainer. Shelly specializes in not only identifying SNF regulatory compliance risks, but in supporting SNF leadership in implementing the practical, real life solutions that drive performance improvement and quality outcomes.





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