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Nearly every AMDA attendee has returned from the annual conference with one or more exciting new ideas to improve care and quality at their facility(s). And most all of us have had the deflating experience of being unable to implement these changes...
This webinar includes information associated with new evidence based findings around falls and falls prevention interventions. Additionally, this webinar delineates the ways in which to effectively implement the AMDA Falls Clinical Practice...
This session will provide details about new billing codes that have recently been approved by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). Participants will learn the service and documentation requirements for these codes as well as the...
This session will provide details about new billing codes that have recently been approved by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). Participants will learn the service and documentation requirements for these codes as well as the...
The session will highlight the latest scientific evidence through a series of brief oral presentations from leading researchers in the field of PA/LTC. Oral presentations will be followed by questions and dialogue between the audience and speakers.
Since Clostridum difficile ( C. difficile) infection has been shown to be a marker of debility and death in post-acute and long-term care (PA/LTC) residents, it is critical that the treatment team develop an understanding of the scope of the problem...
This session will consist of a moderator and panelists representing a skilled care provider, managed care organization (MCO) payer, physician group taking risk for use of high acuity services and, a provider of a clinical program, and services...
Two pieces from the Assisted Living Series: Medication Management Part I: Operations Level , and Medication Management Part II: For Caregivers . Hard Copy Member $126 Non-Member $169
This session will begin with a brief overview of private practice trends through the last few decades, followed by a discussion on logistics of starting a business in highly regulated health care and even more so the post-acute industry. A panel...
Small changes may go unnoticed unless the caregiver knows what to look for and what to report. This knowledge can help the primary care practitioner take better care of the older adult. Missing small changes and not reporting them may cause problems...