F – Tag 226 F – Tag 157 MD Communication and Consultation ... 3. Conceptualize steps to educate
F – Tag 226 F – Tag 157 MD Communication and Consultation ... 3. Conceptualize steps to educate

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  • EXPERT INSIGHT

    ON COMMON F-TAG

    CITATIONS

    (Top F-Tag Expectations)

    2017 Nursing Home Compliance Webinar Series

    WHCA/WiCAL is pleased to announce that Pathway Health Services and WHCA/WiCAL Legal Services

    Director, Brian Purtell will be offering an educational webinar series on 6 of the top 10 F-Tag citations

    from 2016. While F-Tag numbers will change in November 2017, the underlying issues will remain areas of compliance focus.

    Participation in these webinars will help you and your staff understand F-tag expectations

    as we enter into some of the new tags under the new Requirements of Participation.

    We encourage your facility personnel to participate in one or all of these worthwhile webinars, which can

    be purchased individually or available at an affordable package price.

    Register for one or all these webinars today!

    F – Tag 226 Revision and Implementation of Abuse/Misconduct Prevention and Response Policies and Procedures Tuesday, February 14, 2017 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm Brian R Purtell, J.D. Legal Services Director, WHCA/WiCAL

    F-226 requires a facility to develop and implement written policies and procedures to prohibit and prevent abuse, neglect and exploitation of residents and misappropriation of resident property. While facilities have long had such policies, both the content and implementation continues to provide for many deficiencies. Couple that with the changes necessary given the revisions to these regulations, it is more important than ever to assure your policies are up to date and effective. Join us for this informational program that addresses components of the program, training necessary and operational tips for coordinating the policy review and revisions. Objectives: Upon completion of this program, attendees should be able to: 1. Develop a thorough understanding of F-226, including the impact of the updated regulation. 2. Understand the 7 components necessary for inclusion in the facility policy and procedure for abuse. 3. Conceptualize steps to educate and implement the new policy and procedure in the facility.

    F – Tag 157 MD Communication and Consultation Expectations Tuesday, March 14, 2017 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm Louann Lawson, BA, RN, RAC-CT, AHIMA Approved ICD-10-CM/PCS Trainer, CIMT

    Notification of the physician, as well as others outlined in F-157 is essential for quality and compliance. Join us for an action packed program that will outline the requirements for notification, documentation essential to substantiate compliance, and operational tips for professional oversight of the process. Objectives: Upon completion of this program, attendees should be able to: 1. Verbalize the 4 instances when the facility must immediately inform the physician of resident changes. 2. Identify additional contacts for notification under F-157. 3. Describe documentation necessary to substantiate notifications for compliance.

    Wisconsin Center for Assisted LivingWisconsin Health Care Association

  • F– TAG WEB INAR SER I ES Registration Form (Please Print) Facility ___________________________________________________________

    Address _________________________________________________________

    City _________________________________ State ____ Zip _______________

    Contact Person __________________________________________________

    Email Address Contact Person ____________________________________

    Registration Fees:

    Webinar Member Non- Member Amount Due

    F- Tag 226 $35 $49 __________

    F- Tag 157 $35 $49 __________

    F- Tag 280 $35 $49 __________

    F- Tag 315 $35 $49 __________

    F- Tag 425 $35 $49 __________

    F- Tag 314 $35 $49 __________

    Total __________

    Complete Package - All Six Webinars - 33% Savings! $210 $139 $294 $194 __________

    Total Amount Due __________

    Payment Options:

    o Pay by Check

    o Invoice Facility

    o Charge My Credit Card

    Charge to: o VISA o Master Card

    Name on Credit Card _________________________________________

    Credit Card # _________________________________________________

    Expiration Date _______________________________________________

    Please Send Registration Form & Payment to: WHCA/WiCAL 131 West Wilson Street, Suite 1001, Madison, WI 53703 Registration is also available on- line at www.whcawical.org Payment may be made with Credit Card on -line or you can be invoiced.

    F – Tag 425 Medication Management and Administration Tuesday, July 11, 2017 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm Colleen Toebe, RN, MSN, RAC-MT

    Facilities must be able to provide a system that includes appropriate procedures for all of the steps necessary for standards of medication administration to meet the needs of each resident. This informative session will address the key factors regarding appropriate pharmaceutical services and administration as well as key tips for successful oversight and evaluation for quality! Objectives: Upon completion of this program, attendees should be able to: 1. Describe the key components of F-425 with operational strategies for compliance. 2. Identify an example of both routine and emergency medication receipt. 3. Understand the steps in medication administration, based on standards of practice for the facility system.

    F – Tag 314 Prevention of Pressure Ulcers: Medical Equipment and Footcare Emphasis Tuesday, August 15, 2017 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm Judy Morey, RN, BSN, CWOCN, APN

    Providing a program that prevents pressure ulcers based on standards of practice is essential for long term care facilities today. This program will focus on the key components of F-314, with emphasis on prevention with the use of Medical Equipment and preventative foot care. Join us for a program that will identify strategies for system inclusion along with the necessary training and oversight of front line caregivers.

    Objectives: Upon completion of this program, attendees should be able to: 1. Describe the key components of F-314. 2. Verbalize 3 prevention strategies for use with Medical Equipment and Foot Care. 3. Describe a plan for audits and education for quality follow up.

    PURCHASE FULL SERIES FOR SUBSTANTIAL SAVINGS

    F – Tag 280 Development and Review of Resident- Centered Care Plans Tuesday, May 16, 2017 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm Karolee Alexander, RN, RAC-CT

    Ensuring that care plans reflect the current resident status and preferences is required for facilities today. This program will provide strategies for a solid process to identify resident changes timely in order to update the care plan for appropriate person-centered care, quality and compliance. Objectives: Upon completion of this program, attendees should be able to: 1. Identify key components for F-280. 2. Describe methods for clear communication between members of the Interdisciplinary Team in order to identify changes, evaluate, interview and update the care plan to ensure appropriate care. 3. Verbalize strategies for care plan audits to identify compliance and opportunities.

    F – Tag 315 Services to Restore Bladder Function and Prevent Infection Tuesday, June 13, 2017 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm Colleen Toebe, RN, MSN, RAC-MT

    A successful toileting plan includes a system in which the Interdisciplinary Team understands the regulatory requirements, the types of incontinence, the importance of a comprehensive assessment, appropriate measures to prevent infection and a care plan based upon evaluation and resident choice. Join us for this information-packed, highly energized program on how to operationalize F-315 successfully!

    Objectives: Upon completion of this program, attendees should be able to: 1. Identify the forms of urinary incontinence in the elderly. 2. List the basic components necessary for an individualized toileting plan. 3. Describe common pitfalls to successful implementation and how to overcome them for quality.