McKesson Clinical Connection™ Webinar

Part 1: Thriving in the Post-Acute World Through QAPI
Date:
January 9, 2019
Time:
3:00 PM ET
 
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Webinar Description

Overview

Part one of this two-part series will focus on the fundamentals of QAPI and incorporating it into existing facility quality programs. Now that your quality plan is up and running, we’ll dig a little deeper into QAPI and review how to identify data sources, methods for communicating data outcomes, how to charter a Performance Improvement Project (PIP), prioritizing PIPs, educating your leadership and front-line team members and define leadership’s role in accountability for QAPI programs.

What You Will Learn

  • Learn how to roll out a QAPI program in your community
  • Identify data sources and methods for communicating data outcomes
  • Review how to prioritize QAPI goals based on your facility's needs
  • Understand how to charter and prioritize a Performance Improvement Project (PIP)

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Jeanne Carlson, R.D.N., C.S.G., L.D.
Director, Pathway Health
Ms. Carlson has worked in long term care for over 30 years. In the past fifteen years with Pathway Health, Jeanne has proven success with survey preparedness and recovery; and as a speaker across the country on various topics including the survey process, the new rules of participation, QAPI, preventing re-hospitalization, and avoiding F-tags during survey. As a Director at Pathway Health she has authored articles and manuals for nationwide release. She enjoys mentoring newcomers to long term care with a focus on resident directed care. Jeanne is an INTERACT Master Trainer and enjoys helping others learn and implement new systems, overcome barriers, and is dedicated to quality improvement and providing the highest level of care for residents.
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Who Should Attend
  • VPs
  • RNs
  • CFOs
  • Administrators
  • Chief Clinicians
  • Directors of Nursing
 

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Registration Form
  Part 1: Thriving in the Post-Acute World Through QAPI  
Date:
January 9, 2019
Time:
3:00 PM ET

Date:
January 9, 2019
Time:
3:00 PM ET

Overview

Part one of this two-part series will focus on the fundamentals of QAPI and incorporating it into existing facility quality programs. Now that your quality plan is up and running, we’ll dig a little deeper into QAPI and review how to identify data sources, methods for communicating data outcomes, how to charter a Performance Improvement Project (PIP), prioritizing PIPs, educating your leadership and front-line team members and define leadership’s role in accountability for QAPI programs.

What You Will Learn

  • Learn how to roll out a QAPI program in your community
  • Identify data sources and methods for communicating data outcomes
  • Review how to prioritize QAPI goals based on your facility's needs
  • Understand how to charter and prioritize a Performance Improvement Project (PIP)
About the Speaker
  Jeanne Carlson, R.D.N., C.S.G., L.D.
Ms. Carlson has worked in long term care for over 30 years. In the past fifteen years with Pathway Health, Jeanne has proven success with survey preparedness and recovery; and as a speaker across the country on various topics including the survey process, the new rules of participation, QAPI, preventing re-hospitalization, and avoiding F-tags during survey. As a Director at Pathway Health she has authored articles and manuals for nationwide release. She enjoys mentoring newcomers to long term care with a focus on resident directed care. Jeanne is an INTERACT Master Trainer and enjoys helping others learn and implement new systems, overcome barriers, and is dedicated to quality improvement and providing the highest level of care for residents.
Who Should Attend
  • VPs
  • RNs
  • CFOs
  • Administrators
  • Chief Clinicians
  • Directors of Nursing
 
 
Webinar Description

Overview

Part one of this two-part series will focus on the fundamentals of QAPI and incorporating it into existing facility quality programs. Now that your quality plan is up and running, we’ll dig a little deeper into QAPI and review how to identify data sources, methods for communicating data outcomes, how to charter a Performance Improvement Project (PIP), prioritizing PIPs, educating your leadership and front-line team members and define leadership’s role in accountability for QAPI programs.

What You Will Learn

  • Learn how to roll out a QAPI program in your community
  • Identify data sources and methods for communicating data outcomes
  • Review how to prioritize QAPI goals based on your facility's needs
  • Understand how to charter and prioritize a Performance Improvement Project (PIP)

About the Speaker
Jeanne Carlson, R.D.N., C.S.G., L.D.
Ms. Carlson has worked in long term care for over 30 years. In the past fifteen years with Pathway Health, Jeanne has proven success with survey preparedness and recovery; and as a speaker across the country on various topics including the survey process, the new rules of participation, QAPI, preventing re-hospitalization, and avoiding F-tags during survey. As a Director at Pathway Health she has authored articles and manuals for nationwide release. She enjoys mentoring newcomers to long term care with a focus on resident directed care. Jeanne is an INTERACT Master Trainer and enjoys helping others learn and implement new systems, overcome barriers, and is dedicated to quality improvement and providing the highest level of care for residents.

Who Should Attend
  • VPs
  • RNs
  • CFOs
  • Administrators
  • Chief Clinicians
  • Directors of Nursing
 
Registration Form

 

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