Education Calendar


NJHA's Ed Power!

JAN
20
NEW!

This three-webinar series taught by the LW Consulting, Inc. team of clinicians and administrators with long term care experience will address how to successfuly integrate an infection preventionist into a nursing home's or assisted living community's operations and quality improvement program.



  • Session 1, Nov. 18, 2-4 pm, will focus on the underlying federal and state requirements for infection prevention and control.

  • Session 2, Dec. 1, 2-4 pm, will address the roles and responsibilities of the infecion preventionist vis-a-vis the facility's team, with particular emphasis on policies, procedures, hand and respiratory hygiene, surveillance, QI and respiratory protection programs.

  • Session 3, Jan. 20, 2-4 pm for nursing homes will focus on QAPI, the team members' commitment and strategies for success and Jan 21, 2-4 pm for assisted living communities will focus on the impact on the role of team members and how to get results.


Objectives



  • To learn steps for successful integration of an infection preventionist as part of your facility's leadership team.

  • To maximize results through ensuring commitment of facility leaders and team members.

JAN
21
Thu. 1/21
NEW!

The AMA and CMS have made significant changes to the complex and documentation intensive 1995 and 1997 E/M “point” based guidelines.  The new guidelines are a more streamlined system focused on Medical Decision Making and/or time.


This program will provide your physicians, clinical staff and coders with the tools they need to document properly to support an appropriate level of service.

JAN
26
Tue. 1/26
NEW!

How does a major disruption such as the COVID-19 pandemic impact other efforts? Hospitals have been working for some time to incorporate high reliability principles into routine operations. Rather than setting aside these efforts during the crisis, some hospitals recognized that use of these principles is essential to organizational resilience. This webinar will provide a brief overview of high reliability principles, how they have been both applied in hospitals and adapted during the COVID-19 pandemic.


OBJECTIVES:


Participants will be able to:



  • Summarize the five principles from high reliability organizations

  • Describe how other hospitals have applied these principles

  • Apply use of the principles in their own organization