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One of the most difficult aspects of being a medical director is the supervision and engagement of the medical staff at the skilled nursing facility. The challenges can range from influencing the most basic behavior, like visiting patients on time...
This webinar explains primary considerations in selecting and purchasing an electronic health record (EHR) for use in post-acute and long-term care (PALTC) settings. Speakers: Rod Baird and Kenneth Kubitschek, MD, CMD Learning Objectives: Review...
This session will present an integrated system of care to support implementation of non-pharmacologic management for persons in the community and long-term care presenting with behavioral symptoms of dementia. The session will highlight how an...
Confused about MACRA? This webinar is for you and will give you the tools you need to succeed within the changing payment landscape. Speakers: Adrienne Mims, MD, MPH FAAFP, AGSF; Vice President, Chief Medical Officer, Medicare Quality Improvement;...
This webinar recording reviews the regulatory requirements for the skilled nursing facility level of care and the role of the medical director and attending physician in documenting, ordering, and certifying these services, and working with the...
This session will provide attendees the opportunity to better understand the complex respiratory patient population that will be shifting to the skilled nursing facility over the next several years. They will have an opportunity to hear about model...
This session will present the significant issues involved with mood disorders in long-term care. We will discuss the prevalence, impact, differential diagnosis and the diagnostic pearls of mood disorders in late-life. There will be a short...
This session will review the rationale underpinning the development of the teaching nursing home. In comparing and contrasting the evolution of teaching nursing homes in four distinct jurisdictions, issues around academic affiliations, funding,...
Long-term care (LTC) is no longer synonymous with "geriatric care." In the past 10 years, adults ages 31 to 64 have been the fastest growing population in nursing homes. The last national nursing home survey sponsored by the Centers for Disease...
This session presents 12-15 articles published in the past year which have the potential to impact the practice of medicine and the processes of care for frail elders in the continuum of care. All articles are chosen and critically appraised by...