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Wednesday, January 17, 2018

CMS Measures Inventory Tool (CMIT) and the CMS Measures Inventory: Updates to the System and the Data

2:00 PM
Webinar

Description: CMS has implemented the CMS Measures Inventory Tool (CMIT), as an innovative tool meant to improve the visibility and usability of the CMS portfolio of measures used within their programs. During the webinar, presenters will offer a demonstration of the new system, and provide information on how the data in CMIT is populated, updated, and validated. Participants will learn about all of the functionality of the system and how the system can be used to support measure development work. 


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Wednesday, January 17, 2018

CMS: Home Health, Hospice & DME Open Door Forum

2:00 PM
Phone
The next Home Health, Hospice & DME Open Door Forum is scheduled for
Wednesday, January 17, 2018 at 2:00-3:00 PM Eastern Time (ET).

Please call at least 15 minutes prior to the forum start time.

**This Agenda is Subject to Change**

I.Opening Remarks

Chair – Hillary Loeffler, Center for Medicare

Moderator – Jill Darling (OC)

II.   Announcements & Updates 

a. Medicare Care Choices Model (MCCM) Update

b. Update on the new HHA CoPs 
  • NewHHACoPs@cms.hhs.gov 
c. Home Health Star Ratings, Home Health Quality Reporting Program announcements and Hospice Quality Reporting Program- Training & Education and 
d. Home Health CAHPS Survey (HHCAHPS) Announcements
  • https://homehealthcahps.org 
  • HHCAHPS@RTI.org 
  • HomeHealthCAHPS@cms.hhs.gov 
e. Hospice EDI Notices of Election

f. Hospice Compare updates

g. Hospice CAHPS announcements
  • For technical assistance, contact the CAHPS Hospice Survey Project Team: hospicecahpssurvey@HCQIS.org  or 1-844-472-4621 
  • To communicate with CMS staff about implementation issues: 
  • hospicesurvey@cms.hhs.gov  
  • www.hospicecahpssurvey.org   
III. Open Q&A 

**DATE IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE**

Next Home Health, Hospice & DME ODF: TBA 

Mailbox: HomeHealth_Hospice_DMEODF-L@cms.hhs.gov 

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This Open Door Forum is not intended for the press, and the remarks are not considered on the record. If you are a member of the Press, you may listen in but please refrain from asking questions during the Q & A portion of the call. If you have inquiries, please contact CMS at Press@cms.hhs.gov.  Thank you.

Open Door Participation Instructions: 

This call will be Conference Call Only.

To participate by phone: 

Dial: 1-800-837-1935 & Reference Conference ID: 31077154

Persons participating by phone do not need to RSVP. TTY Communications Relay Services are available for the Hearing Impaired.  For TTY services dial 7-1-1 or 1-800-855-2880. A Relay Communications Assistant will help.

Encore: 1-855-859-2056; Conference ID: 31077154

Encore is an audio recording of this call that can be accessed by dialing 1-855-859-2056 and entering the Conference ID beginning 2 hours after the call has ended. The recording expires after 2 business days.

For ODF schedule updates and E-Mailing List registration, visit our website at http://www.cms.gov/OpenDoorForums/.

The Provider Ombudsman for the New Medicare Card serves as a CMS resource for the provider community.  The Ombudsman will ensure that CMS hears, understands, and resolves any implementation problems experienced by clinicians, hospitals, suppliers and other providers.  Dr. Eugene Freund will be serving in this position.  He will also communicate about the New Medicare Card to providers, and collaborate with CMS components to develop solutions to any implementation problems that arise. To reach the Ombudsman, contact:  NMCProviderQuestions@cms.hhs.gov.

The Medicare Beneficiary Ombudsman and CMS staff will address inquiries from Medicare beneficiaries and their representatives through existing inquiry processes.  Visit Medicare.gov for information on how the Medicare Beneficiary Ombudsman can help you.

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Tuesday, January 23, 2018

CMS Special Open Door Forum: New Medicare Card Project

2:00 PM
Conference Call Only
Please dial in at least 15 minutes prior to the start of the call

CMS’s Office of Information Technology (OIT) will host a Special Open Door Forum (ODF) to allow State Medicaid agencies, Medicaid providers, Managed Care Organizations (MCOs), Medicaid partners and other Medicaid stakeholders an opportunity to learn more about and ask questions regarding CMS’s approach towards changing the Social Security Number-based Health Insurance Claim Numbers (HICN) to the new Medicare Beneficiary Identifier (MBI). During this ODF we will cover the background of the New Medicare Card Project, the implementation of new Medicare numbers, the format of the new number, timeline & milestones, the transition period, outreach & education, and what you need to know to get ready for the new number.  
For more information about the New Medicare Project, please visit our website: https://www.cms.gov/newcard

Feedback and questions on the New Medicare Card Project can be sent to: NewMedicareCardSSNRemoval@cms.hhs.gov

The Provider Ombudsman for the New Medicare Card serves as a CMS resource for the provider community.  The Ombudsman will ensure that CMS hears and understands any implementation problems experienced by clinicians, hospitals, suppliers and other providers.  Dr. Eugene Freund is serving in this position.  He   also communicates about the New Medicare Card to providers, and collaborates with CMS components to make them aware of any implementation problems that arise. To reach the Ombudsman, contact:  NMCProviderQuestions@cms.hhs.gov.
We look forward to your participation. 

Special Open Door Participation Instructions:  
Participant Dial-In Number:  1-800-837-1935
Conference ID #: 8259057

Note: TTY Communications Relay Services are available for the Hearing Impaired. For TTY services dial 7-1-1 or 1-800-855-2880. A Relay Communications Assistant will help.  

Encore: 1-855-859-2056; Conference ID: 8259057

Encore is an audio recording of this call that can be accessed by dialing 1-855-859-2056 and entering the Conference ID beginning 2 hours after the call has ended. The recording will expire January 31, 2018 at midnight Eastern Time. 

A transcript and audio recording of this Special ODF will be posted to the Special Open Door Forum website at https://www.cms.gov/Outreach-and-Education/Outreach/OpenDoorForums/PodcastAndTranscripts.html for downloading. 

This New Medicare Card Project presentation is the same as the one presented on November 9th, 2017; we know that many could not participate and we are offering again. If this time is not convenient, please click below for that call’s transcript and audio recording: Thursday, November 9, 2017 - Transcript & Audio File (Zip File) - New Medicare Card Project, Special Open Door Forum (SODF) [ZIP, 11MB]   

For automatic emails of Open Door Forum schedule updates (E-Mailing list subscriptions) and to view Frequently Asked Questions please visit our website at http://www.cms.gov/OpenDoorForums/. 


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Tuesday, January 23, 2018

Implementation of the MLTSS - Any Willing Qualified Provider (AWQP)

10:00 AM
Webinar

January 23 10:00 a.m. 

(repeated on  February 1 at 10:00 a.m. and February 7 at 2:00 p.m.) 

Webinar on the Implementation of the MLTSS Any Willing Qualified Provider (AWQP) presented by Division of Aging Services.  


Registration is required but there is no fee.

See attached brochure with links for registration.  






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Wednesday, January 24, 2018

A Deep Dive into Focus Areas of the LTC Requirements of Participation & New Survey Process Webinar Series: Substandard Quality of Care

3:00 PM
Webinar
Substandard Quality of Care
This webinar reviews the NEW CMS guidance on substandard quality of care and the impacted F-Tags by regulatory grouping. Includes an examination of how identification and citation of the SQC F-Tags may be impacted by the new survey process.



PROGRAM OVERVIEW:
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) is rolling out the most comprehensive update to the long term care regulations in more than 30 years. This webinar series will focus on the magnitude of these changes in Key areas that are the focus of the new survey process. Faculty who have been on the front-line of training CMS surveyors and have deep experience in survey and certification will translate the complex changes into measurable outcomes and operational reality. The areas of focus are those that are currently guiding surveyor attention and behavior and may also influence survey outcomes. Strategies, tools, and resources will be shared which can be immediately applied in long term organizations.

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Thursday, January 25, 2018

A Deep Dive into Focus Areas of the LTC Requirements of Participation & New Survey Process Webinar Series: Emergency Preparedness – section 1

1:30 PM
Webinar
In the wake of major natural disasters in the last year, CMS has developed requirements that bridge quality and safety. This webinar explains those requirements and the role of the survey process with practical and effective implementation strategies from the life safety faculty. This webinar has two 90- minute sections.



The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) is rolling out the most comprehensive update to the long term care regulations in more than 30 years. This webinar series will focus on the magnitude of these changes in Key areas that are the focus of the new survey process. Faculty who have been on the front-line of training CMS surveyors and have deep experience in survey and certification will translate the complex changes into measurable outcomes and operational reality. The areas of focus are those that are currently guiding surveyor attention and behavior and may also influence survey outcomes. Strategies, tools, and resources will be shared which can be immediately applied in long term organizations.


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Tuesday, January 30, 2018

Understanding Cyber Risk and Threats to the Healthcare and Public Health Community

11:00 AM
Webinar
Given that the cyber threat and overall risk to the Healthcare and Public Health Sector (HPH) is high, this webinar will feature subject matter experts in cybersecurity who will give a brief overview of the cyber threat environment and highlight elements that apply to the HPH cyber environment.  They will discuss risk of information technology components, infrastructure and systems, and highlight vulnerabilities many current HPH cybersecurity strategies contain.  Lastly, they will provide information on resources available to HPH cybersecurity programs, to help reduce exposure and minimize risk.


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Wednesday, January 31, 2018

A Deep Dive into Focus Areas of the LTC Requirements of Participation & New Survey Process Webinar Series: Facility Assessment

3:00 PM
Webinar
Facility Assessment
An overview of the facility assessment regulation and an examination of how a facility’s assessment will be used in the new survey process. The CMS tool and the risks and opportunities associated with production and sharing of the assessment will be discussed along with an action plan for updating the assessment and using it effectively.



PROGRAM OVERVIEW:
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) is rolling out the most comprehensive update to the long term care regulations in more than 30 years. This webinar series will focus on the magnitude of these changes in Key areas that are the focus of the new survey process. Faculty who have been on the front-line of training CMS surveyors and have deep experience in survey and certification will translate the complex changes into measurable outcomes and operational reality. The areas of focus are those that are currently guiding surveyor attention and behavior and may also influence survey outcomes. Strategies, tools, and resources will be shared which can be immediately applied in long term organizations.

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Wednesday, January 31, 2018

How to Prepare for the New Skilled Nursing Facility Medicare Resident Classification & Payment System

2:00 PM
Webinar
This RCS “primer” will explain program mechanics and highlight revenue and operating sensitivities. Marc Zimmet, president of Zimmet Healthcare Services, LLC, will lead this webinar and will conduct resident classification simulations that compare RUG-IV reimbursement to anticipated RCS rate composites. 


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Thursday, February 01, 2018

Implementation of the MLTSS - Any Willing Qualified Provider (AWQP)

10:00 AM
webinar

February 1 10:00 a.m. 

(repeated on  February 7 at 2:00 p.m.) 

Webinar on the Implementation of the MLTSS Any Willing Qualified Provider (AWQP) presented by Division of Aging Services.  

See attached brochure with links for registration.  


Registration is required but there is no fee.

see brochure for registration link



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Friday, February 02, 2018

A Deep Dive into Focus Areas of the LTC Requirements of Participation & New Survey Process Webinar Series: Emergency Preparedness – section 2

10:00 AM
Webinar
In the wake of major natural disasters in the last year, CMS has developed requirements that bridge quality and safety. This webinar explains those requirements and the role of the survey process with practical and effective implementation strategies from the life safety faculty. This webinar has two 90- minute sections.



The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) is rolling out the most comprehensive update to the long term care regulations in more than 30 years. This webinar series will focus on the magnitude of these changes in Key areas that are the focus of the new survey process. Faculty who have been on the front-line of training CMS surveyors and have deep experience in survey and certification will translate the complex changes into measurable outcomes and operational reality. The areas of focus are those that are currently guiding surveyor attention and behavior and may also influence survey outcomes. Strategies, tools, and resources will be shared which can be immediately applied in long term organizations.
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Monday, February 05, 2018

The Merit-based Incentive Payment System (MIPS): Annual Call for Measures and Activities

2:30 PM
Webinar

The Annual Call for Measures and Activities process allows clinicians and organizations, including but not limited to those representing eligible clinicians such as professional associations, and medical societies, and other stakeholders such as researchers and consumer groups to identify and submit for consideration: 

• Quality measures for the quality performance category;
• EHR measures for the advancing care information performance category; and
• Activities for the improvement activities performance category. 

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Wednesday, February 07, 2018

Implementation of the MLTSS Any Willing Qualified Provider (AWQP)

2:00 PM
webinar

February 7- 2:00 p.m. 

Webinar on the Implementation of the MLTSS Any Willing Qualified Provider (AWQP) presented by Division of Aging Services.  

See attached brochure with links for registration.  


Registration is required but there is no fee.

February 7, 2018 – 2:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. Click here to register


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Tuesday, February 13, 2018

A Deep Dive into Focus Areas of the LTC Requirements of Participation & New Survey Process: Staff Competency – section 1

10:00 AM
Webinar
Staff Competency – section 1

Review of CMS requirements on competent and sufficient staff as outlined in nursing services, behavioral health and other areas of the RoPs with detailed instruction on defining, measuring and reporting staff competency. Includes a toolkit that can be adapted for each facility’s use.



The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) is rolling out the most comprehensive update to the long term care regulations in more than 30 years. This webinar series will focus on the magnitude of these changes in Key areas that are the focus of the new survey process. Faculty who have been on the front-line of training CMS surveyors and have deep experience in survey and certification will translate the complex changes into measurable outcomes and operational reality. The areas of focus are those that are currently guiding surveyor attention and behavior and may also influence survey outcomes. Strategies, tools, and resources will be shared which can be immediately applied in long term organizations.
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Wednesday, February 21, 2018

A Deep Dive into Focus Areas of the LTC Requirements of Participation & New Survey Process: Staff Competency – section 2

10:00 AM
Webinar
Staff Competency – section 2

Review of CMS requirements on competent and sufficient staff as outlined in nursing services, behavioral health and other areas of the RoPs with detailed instruction on defining, measuring and reporting staff competency. Includes a toolkit that can be adapted for each facility’s use.



The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) is rolling out the most comprehensive update to the long term care regulations in more than 30 years. This webinar series will focus on the magnitude of these changes in Key areas that are the focus of the new survey process. Faculty who have been on the front-line of training CMS surveyors and have deep experience in survey and certification will translate the complex changes into measurable outcomes and operational reality. The areas of focus are those that are currently guiding surveyor attention and behavior and may also influence survey outcomes. Strategies, tools, and resources will be shared which can be immediately applied in long term organizations.
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Monday, March 05, 2018

A Deep Dive into Focus Areas of the LTC Requirements of Participation & New Survey Process: QAPI

10:00 AM
Webinar
QAPI 

Examines the intersections between QAPI and QAA, facility assessment and staff training/competency. Provides actionable best practices in performance management that align with CMS requirements and surveyor examination of the mandatory survey task associated with QAPI.



The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) is rolling out the most comprehensive update to the long term care regulations in more than 30 years. This webinar series will focus on the magnitude of these changes in Key areas that are the focus of the new survey process. Faculty who have been on the front-line of training CMS surveyors and have deep experience in survey and certification will translate the complex changes into measurable outcomes and operational reality. The areas of focus are those that are currently guiding surveyor attention and behavior and may also influence survey outcomes. Strategies, tools, and resources will be shared which can be immediately applied in long term organizations.
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Tuesday, March 13, 2018

SAVE THE DATE: New Jersey Facilities Managers Seminar

10:00 AM
Monroe Village Full Service Retirement Community 1 David Brainerd Dr., Monroe Twp, NJ 08831
Save the date for the first annual New Jersey Facilities Managers Seminar on March 15, 2018. We will have four to five speakers discussing topics relevant to our facilities management, plant operations, and maintenance staff.
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Wednesday, March 14, 2018

A Deep Dive into Focus Areas of the LTC Requirements of Participation & New Survey Process: Abuse and Neglect – section 1

1:30 PM
Webinar
Abuse and Neglect – section 1

Provides an in-depth look at the CMS terms and definitions and an examination of the potential impacts of updated definitions in surveyor identification and documentation of potential noncompliance. Changes to the regulation in the context of the 7 key components are identified and appraised, particularly for those that have an impact on facility cost and operations.



The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) is rolling out the most comprehensive update to the long term care regulations in more than 30 years. This webinar series will focus on the magnitude of these changes in Key areas that are the focus of the new survey process. Faculty who have been on the front-line of training CMS surveyors and have deep experience in survey and certification will translate the complex changes into measurable outcomes and operational reality. The areas of focus are those that are currently guiding surveyor attention and behavior and may also influence survey outcomes. Strategies, tools, and resources will be shared which can be immediately applied in long term organizations.

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Thursday, March 15, 2018

A Deep Dive into Focus Areas of the LTC Requirements of Participation & New Survey Process: Life Safety Code – section 1

1:30 PM
Webinar
Life Safety Code – section 1

In-depth, three section webinar series on the current CMS fire and life safety requirements which changed significantly in Nov. 2016. Designed for managers of environmental services, safety and security, emergency preparedness



The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) is rolling out the most comprehensive update to the long term care regulations in more than 30 years. This webinar series will focus on the magnitude of these changes in Key areas that are the focus of the new survey process. Faculty who have been on the front-line of training CMS surveyors and have deep experience in survey and certification will translate the complex changes into measurable outcomes and operational reality. The areas of focus are those that are currently guiding surveyor attention and behavior and may also influence survey outcomes. Strategies, tools, and resources will be shared which can be immediately applied in long term organizations.

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Sunday, March 18, 2018

PEAK Leadership Summit (LeadingAge)

8:00 AM
Washington, DC
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Thursday, March 22, 2018

A Deep Dive into Focus Areas of the LTC Requirements of Participation & New Survey Process: Abuse and Neglect - section 2

1:30 PM
Webinar


The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) is rolling out the most comprehensive update to the long term care regulations in more than 30 years. This webinar series will focus on the magnitude of these changes in Key areas that are the focus of the new survey process. Faculty who have been on the front-line of training CMS surveyors and have deep experience in survey and certification will translate the complex changes into measurable outcomes and operational reality. The areas of focus are those that are currently guiding surveyor attention and behavior and may also influence survey outcomes. Strategies, tools, and resources will be shared which can be immediately applied in long term organizations.
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Wednesday, March 28, 2018

A Deep Dive into Focus Areas of the LTC Requirements of Participation & New Survey Process: Life Safety Code – section 2

1:30 PM
Webinar


The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) is rolling out the most comprehensive update to the long term care regulations in more than 30 years. This webinar series will focus on the magnitude of these changes in Key areas that are the focus of the new survey process. Faculty who have been on the front-line of training CMS surveyors and have deep experience in survey and certification will translate the complex changes into measurable outcomes and operational reality. The areas of focus are those that are currently guiding surveyor attention and behavior and may also influence survey outcomes. Strategies, tools, and resources will be shared which can be immediately applied in long term organizations.
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Thursday, March 29, 2018

A Deep Dive into Focus Areas of the LTC Requirements of Participation & New Survey Process: Pharmacy Issues – section 1

10:00 AM
Webinar
Pharmacy Issues – section 1

Examines medication administration and medication storage alongside updated requirements with a particular focus on unnecessary medication and psychotropic drugs.



The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) is rolling out the most comprehensive update to the long term care regulations in more than 30 years. This webinar series will focus on the magnitude of these changes in Key areas that are the focus of the new survey process. Faculty who have been on the front-line of training CMS surveyors and have deep experience in survey and certification will translate the complex changes into measurable outcomes and operational reality. The areas of focus are those that are currently guiding surveyor attention and behavior and may also influence survey outcomes. Strategies, tools, and resources will be shared which can be immediately applied in long term organizations.

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Wednesday, April 04, 2018

A Deep Dive into Focus Areas of the LTC Requirements of Participation & New Survey Process: Life Safety Code – section 3

2:30 PM
Webinar


The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) is rolling out the most comprehensive update to the long term care regulations in more than 30 years. This webinar series will focus on the magnitude of these changes in Key areas that are the focus of the new survey process. Faculty who have been on the front-line of training CMS surveyors and have deep experience in survey and certification will translate the complex changes into measurable outcomes and operational reality. The areas of focus are those that are currently guiding surveyor attention and behavior and may also influence survey outcomes. Strategies, tools, and resources will be shared which can be immediately applied in long term organizations.
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Tuesday, April 10, 2018

A Deep Dive into Focus Areas of the LTC Requirements of Participation & New Survey Process: Pharmacy Issues – section 2

1:30 PM
Webinar


The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) is rolling out the most comprehensive update to the long term care regulations in more than 30 years. This webinar series will focus on the magnitude of these changes in Key areas that are the focus of the new survey process. Faculty who have been on the front-line of training CMS surveyors and have deep experience in survey and certification will translate the complex changes into measurable outcomes and operational reality. The areas of focus are those that are currently guiding surveyor attention and behavior and may also influence survey outcomes. Strategies, tools, and resources will be shared which can be immediately applied in long term organizations.
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Friday, April 13, 2018

A Deep Dive into Focus Areas of the LTC Requirements of Participation & New Survey Process: Behavioral Health – section 1

10:00 AM
Webinar
Behavioral Health – section 1

Review of the broad framework with in-depth examination of new, relocated and associated requirements An understanding of the survey process and tools associated with surveyor identification of residents’ attainment of their highest practicable well-being relative to emotional and mental wellbeing related to disease, stress, environment, substance use disorder, non-pharmacological interventions and overall prevention and treatment of diagnosed mental disorders.



The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) is rolling out the most comprehensive update to the long term care regulations in more than 30 years. This webinar series will focus on the magnitude of these changes in Key areas that are the focus of the new survey process. Faculty who have been on the front-line of training CMS surveyors and have deep experience in survey and certification will translate the complex changes into measurable outcomes and operational reality. The areas of focus are those that are currently guiding surveyor attention and behavior and may also influence survey outcomes. Strategies, tools, and resources will be shared which can be immediately applied in long term organizations.

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Wednesday, April 18, 2018

A Deep Dive into Focus Areas of the LTC Requirements of Participation & New Survey Process: Behavioral Health – section 2

10:00 AM
Webinar


The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) is rolling out the most comprehensive update to the long term care regulations in more than 30 years. This webinar series will focus on the magnitude of these changes in Key areas that are the focus of the new survey process. Faculty who have been on the front-line of training CMS surveyors and have deep experience in survey and certification will translate the complex changes into measurable outcomes and operational reality. The areas of focus are those that are currently guiding surveyor attention and behavior and may also influence survey outcomes. Strategies, tools, and resources will be shared which can be immediately applied in long term organizations.
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Wednesday, April 25, 2018

A Deep Dive into Focus Areas of the LTC Requirements of Participation & New Survey Process: Behavioral Health – section 3

1:30 PM
Webinar


The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) is rolling out the most comprehensive update to the long term care regulations in more than 30 years. This webinar series will focus on the magnitude of these changes in Key areas that are the focus of the new survey process. Faculty who have been on the front-line of training CMS surveyors and have deep experience in survey and certification will translate the complex changes into measurable outcomes and operational reality. The areas of focus are those that are currently guiding surveyor attention and behavior and may also influence survey outcomes. Strategies, tools, and resources will be shared which can be immediately applied in long term organizations.
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Thursday, May 03, 2018

A Deep Dive into Focus Areas of the LTC Requirements of Participation & New Survey Process: Compliance & Ethics

1:30 PM
Webinar
Compliance & Ethics

A review of the requirements with detailed discussion on integrating compliance and ethics with operational and strategic RoPs such as facility assessment, QAPI, staff competency and training



The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) is rolling out the most comprehensive update to the long term care regulations in more than 30 years. This webinar series will focus on the magnitude of these changes in Key areas that are the focus of the new survey process. Faculty who have been on the front-line of training CMS surveyors and have deep experience in survey and certification will translate the complex changes into measurable outcomes and operational reality. The areas of focus are those that are currently guiding surveyor attention and behavior and may also influence survey outcomes. Strategies, tools, and resources will be shared which can be immediately applied in long term organizations.
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Tuesday, May 08, 2018

A Deep Dive into Focus Areas of the LTC Requirements of Participation & New Survey Process: Trauma Informed Care

1:30 PM
Webinar
Trauma Informed Care

Review of the Phase 3 requirements for executive level staff. This will be followed by an in-depth, in-person seminar later in the year.



The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) is rolling out the most comprehensive update to the long term care regulations in more than 30 years. This webinar series will focus on the magnitude of these changes in Key areas that are the focus of the new survey process. Faculty who have been on the front-line of training CMS surveyors and have deep experience in survey and certification will translate the complex changes into measurable outcomes and operational reality. The areas of focus are those that are currently guiding surveyor attention and behavior and may also influence survey outcomes. Strategies, tools, and resources will be shared which can be immediately applied in long term organizations.

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Monday, May 14, 2018

A Deep Dive into Focus Areas of the LTC Requirements of Participation & New Survey Process: Life Safety Code for Administrators

1:30 PM
Webinar
Life Safety Code for Administrators

An abridged version of the Life Safety Code series just for administrators.



The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) is rolling out the most comprehensive update to the long term care regulations in more than 30 years. This webinar series will focus on the magnitude of these changes in Key areas that are the focus of the new survey process. Faculty who have been on the front-line of training CMS surveyors and have deep experience in survey and certification will translate the complex changes into measurable outcomes and operational reality. The areas of focus are those that are currently guiding surveyor attention and behavior and may also influence survey outcomes. Strategies, tools, and resources will be shared which can be immediately applied in long term organizations.

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Tuesday, June 05, 2018

SAVE THE DATE: 2018 LeadingAge New Jersey Annual Meeting & Expo

5:30 PM
Harrah's Atlantic City
Save the date for our 2018 Annual Meeting & Expo, June 5-7!


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