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RESOLUTION B07 THEREBY BE IT RESOLVED, that AMDA supports performance review conducted under the auspices of the Quality Assessment & Assurance process for all attending physicians caring for residents in long-term care facilities, including...
Resolution and Position Statements
Policy A09 THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that AMDA work with the Georgia Medical Directors Association to establish in the United States Congress an annual national day of recognition for Long Term Care Physicians on March 20th.
AMDA’s Know-It-All TM system is designed to maximize quality care and avoid unnecessary emergency room visits and hospitalizations. Users of the system also state that it enhances teamwork and mutual respect, and the resident ultimately benefits. In...
A one-of-a-kind, 200-plus page guide on change of conditions for attending practitioners. Content is organized alphabetically by condition and includes the specific data they should be receiving from the nurse, suggested geriatric diagnoses related...
A series of data collection cards intended to help nursing staff physically evaluate patients and collect relevant medical history and related medical record data before notifying a practitioner about a resident’s change in condition. This allows...
October 31, 2013
Columbia, MD — After two years of work, AMDA—Dedicated to Long Term Care Medicine (AMDA) has finalized competencies to provide attending physicians practicing in post-acute/long-term care (PALTC) with an evidence-based framework for the unique set...