As patient’s decline, plan of care should reflect changes with increase in intensity of care and frequencies. Having a dynamic plan of care helps support eligibility and is used as a road map for care for all members of the interdisciplinary team. Assessments drive care planning. The more comprehensive and descriptive the assessments, the better care planning, and ultimately the care of the patient.
The management’s role is to support quality care and ensure documentation supports eligibility. All (too often) clinicians separate eligibility from care planning. In this session, expert speaker Charlene Ross, MSN, MBA, RN will explore the fine art of tying eligibility assessment to effective care planning. She will also provide strategies to help managers support the staff in making the connection, so all eligible patients receive the care they need.
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Who should attend
- Michelle Crowell Coleman
Since beginning her career as a nurse leader, Charlene has successfully analyzed problems, developed and simplified procedures, and implemented innovative solutions to improve organizational operations for hospitals and hospice programs across the country. Her previous experience includes various senior leadership roles at one of the country’s largest publicly traded hospice providers and numerous hospital-based leadership positions.