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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...
White Paper
(White Paper M02, Becomes Policy March 2002) Introduction Some 130,000 pages of federal regulations govern nursing facilities in the United States, more than the accumulated regulations for the nuclear power industry. Each attempt to clarify, expand...
Resolution and Position Statements
Policy H-14 THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that AMDA—Dedicated to Long Term Care Medicine support the autonomy of individual prescribers which allows medical treatment plans with potentially Beers Criteria inappropriate medications when benefits outweigh...
Resolution and Position Statements
Policy F10 THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that AMDA confirm its support of American Medical Association policy D-360.993 entitled “Recognition of the ‘Nurse as Agent’ of the Prescriber in Long Term Care Settings” which states “Our AMA will urge the US...
For Kendra Sheppard, MD, MSPH, CMD, AMDA – The Society for Post-Acute and Long-Term Care Medicine (AMDA) is as important as a comfortable pair of shoes on a long walk or a good night’s sleep before a grueling trip. Her membership prepares her,...
Synopsis of Federal Regulations in the Nursing Facility: Implications for Attending Physicians and Medical Directors is an indispensable resource tool for medical directors, attending physicians, and other post-acute and long-term care practitioners...
Take the lead in initiating and implementing activities to address and prevent influenza and pneumococcal disease in LTC facilities. With this tool kit, you’ll: Learn how to boost vaccination compliance among both residents and staff; Find out what...