A Practical Approach to Compliance
Friday, December 13, 2019
1:00 PM – 2:00 PM EST
CMS has recently released a number of changes to the Conditions of participation. This session will put these changes into context with possible changes in the interpretive guidelines process. We will characterize the changes overall and go into detail about selected changes.
The webinar agenda includes:
- The possibility of a pre-surgical “assessment” rather than a pre-surgical H&P for selected patients undergoing selecting outpatient procedures
- The completely re-written discharge planning and infection control conditions of participation
- A new common-sense approach to survey preparation that focuses scarce resources on The possibility of “chain-wide” quality and infection programs
…and other amendments!
Who should attend:
- Chief Medical Officers
- Quality and Compliance Personnel
- Medical Staff Officers
- Infectious Disease Physicians
- Infection Control Practitioners
- Emergency Preparedness Personnel
- Environmental Safety Officers
- Patient Safety Officers
- Psychiatric Unit Managers
- Chief Nurse Executives
- Nursing Directors and Managers
- Nursing Quality Improvement Professionals
- Nursing Informatics Professionals
- Perioperative Nursing Personnel
- Anesthesiologists and Allied Health Anesthesia Practitioners
- Gastroenterology Physicians and Procedural Managers
- Cardiology Physicians and Procedural Managers
- Invasive Radiology Physicians and Procedural Managers
- Discharge Planners
Vice President, Content
Bud Pate jointed The Greeley Company in 2004 and has subsequently been involved in countless patient safety and compliance consultations, including over 100 successful Joint Commission appeals and countless improvement activities focused on avoiding Medicare termination. Pate has authored seven books on quality, patient safety, patient flow and compliance.
Lisa is heavily involved in Greeley’s practice of helping organizations facing post-survey adverse action and/or CMS decertification, successfully clarifying requirements for improvement and developing CMS plans of correction. She brings 20 years of experience in CMS certification and Joint Commission accreditation and other regulatory agency compliance.