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Keys for Success in Long Term Care for DONs, ADONs & Nurse Managers
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Keys for Success in Long Term Care for DONs, ADONs & Nurse Managers

Join us for this 2-part live webinar series where you can have a safe place to learn, share your experiences, sharpen your critical thinking skills and seek advice from our expert presenter, Sophie Campbell, Director, Clinical Advisory Services with Baker Tilly.

6/3/2020 to 6/4/2020
When: June 3 & 4, 2020
11:00 AM - 1:00 PM each day
Where: Live Webinar Series
United States
Contact: Blake Weller
517-323-3687


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Description
New DONs, ADONs, and Nurse Managers are often promoted to the position from a purely clinical position. They accept the position and there is rarely an orientation to all of the facets of the work of the position. These are items that are typically not provided in nursing school and they do not have a training associated with them such as with the nursing home administrator education prior to passing the exam. Nurses in management positions have so much that they are responsible and accountable for each day it sometimes becomes overwhelming. Every nurse in a management position wants to do the very best they can. They want to be the leader their team members deserve but without some help that may be difficult to accomplish.

This 2-part live webinar series will provide information in two very significant categories for nurses in management positions. The first category includes the items they are responsible and accountable for on a daily basis. We will provide clarity and share recommendations that can be implemented to demonstrate knowledge for the role. The second category includes items that can have a negative impact on their ability to fulfill the role. This program will offer education, guidance, assistance, support and open communication with our expert presenter to help them be successful and know they are meeting the expectations of their position.    


Objectives

• Discuss the areas of responsibility and accountability for the DON, ADON and Nurse Manager
      o Long term care survey process with recommendations for preparation
      o Readmissions and recommendations to address these through nursing services
      o Medical record documentation and recommendations for nursing compliance
      o Reimbursement systems and recommendations to maintain compliance and ensure accurate reimbursement
      o Quality Measures
• Review upcoming changes and areas that are related to DON, ADON and Nurse Manager responsibilities
      o PDPM and recommendations to prepare nursing for the changes in reimbursement
      o Responsibilities of the areas that report to the DON – wound care, staff development, MDS nurses and infection prevention
• Explain areas that impact the DON, ADON and Nurse Manager’s ability and capability to complete their work
      o Delegation of tasks
      o Expectations of staff and other team members
      o Nursing staffing
      o Being part of the management team/teamwork
      o Effective and efficient meetings
      o Wonder woman does not work here

Our Expert Presenter
Sophie Campbell
MSN, RN, CRRN, RAC-CT, CNDLTC
Director, Clinical Advisory Services
Baker Tilly

Sophie brings more than thirty years of operational and consulting experience in the healthcare industry, with a focus on long-term care, and experience in acute care and acute rehabilitation. Her expertise includes operational/clinical areas, including staff development, Minimum Data Set (MDS) accuracy and training, documentation compliance, management training and monitoring, Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act (OBRA) survey preparation and response, development of performance improvement and clinical compliance programs, and development of Quality Assurance and Performance Improvement (QAPI) programs. She is certified as a director of nursing in long term care, nurse assessment coordinator and rehabilitation nurse.

This program is generously supported by: 

   


Schedule

June 3rd  11 am to 1 pm - Webinar #1
June 4th 11 am to 1 pm - Webinar #2

In order to receive the continuing education credit for this 2-part webinar series, you must sign in to GoToWebinar, stay for the entire length of both webinars and complete the post-event evaluation that will be sent electronically after the conclusion of the 2nd webinar. Once the evaluation has been completed you will be able to access your Certificate of Attendance by logging into your profile at LeadingAgeMI.org.

Registration Rates (For 2-Part Webinar Series)
Member: $149
Member (Additional): $99
Non-Member: $249

Target Audience 
Directors of Nursing, Assistant Directors of Nursing, Nurse Managers, Supervisors, Unit Managers, and MDS Nurses. Administrators are also encourage to attend.

Continuing Education
NURSE: The LeadingAge Michigan Educational Foundation is approved as a provider (#0558-001) of nursing continuing professional development by the Wisconsin Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation. This program will award four (4.0) nursing contact hour.

NAB: This program has been approved for Continuing Education for four (4.0) total participant hours by NAB/NCERS—Approval #___________.

Four (4.0) contact hours will be awarded per successful completion of both live webinars.

Completion Requirements 
-Online registration with unique email address
-Log in via GoToWebinar at the beginning of the event
-Attendance for the entire duration of both live webinars—attendance will be monitored and recorded through GoToWebinar
-Completion of the online evaluation that will be provided electronically after the conclusion of the 2nd webinar
-Once the evaluation is complete you can access your certificate in your profile on our website at LeadingAgeMI.org.

Cancellation
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Planning Committee
Laura Funsch, BSN, MSA, NHA; Laura Fuller, CMP; Dalton Herbel, BS, NHA; and Blake Weller, BA

Disclosures
The planners and presenters agree to ensure the content for this educational activity is evidence-based or based on the best-available evidence, and is presented free from bias. There is no conflict of interest and the content does not promote the products or services of any individual presenter or organization.

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