Tips and Tools to Create IDG Meetings for Maximum Patient Impact

Tips and Tools to Create IDG Meetings for Maximum Patient Impact

Event Information
Product Format
Prerecorded Event
Presenter(s)
Charlene Ross, MSN, MBA, RN
Conference Date
Wed, Jan 12, 2011
Length
60 Minutes
Product Description

Are your IDG meetings as effective as they should be? Get the tools, tips and know-how to focus your process on the patient and family, and stop wasting time. 

It's ALL about the patient — or at least is SHOULD be. But your staff struggles to ensure that IDGs really address patient goals and outcomes. The answer is here. Attend this event to bolster your IDG meeting toolkit and improve the effectiveness of your IDG meetings.

Join hospice expert Charlene Ross, MSN, MBA, RN for this important look at interdisciplinary group (IDG) meetings and learn how to transform yours into organized, valuable events that truly benefit patient, family and staff.  

This essential conference includes these highlights:

  • Interdisciplinary Group (IDG) basics: The Medicare regulations, the purpose and the benefits to an IDG approach.
  • The IDG meeting process: How to effectively manage it, strategies to improve it, and tips to keep focused on patient needs.
  • Patient and family goals: How they are assessed, how to utilize them, and how to use the plan of care to focus in the right direction.
  • PLUS: Tips and tools to add to your IDG arsenal, including examples of patient and family driven goals and interventions, sample IDG meeting agendas, examples of case preparation, sample facilitator questions, and much more.

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Who should attend? Administrators, clinical leaders, RN case managers, social workers, chaplains, hospice physicians

 

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About Our Speaker

Charlene Ross - Hospice Training Expert

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.

 

In her current role as a hospice consultant and a founding...   More Info
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