The Latest Change for the CMS CoPs and New Regulations: Standing Orders, Order Sets, Protocols & More

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Prerecorded Event
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180 minutes
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Understanding Hospital CoPs: Standing Orders, Order Sets and Protocols

The changes that were released by Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) in May 12, 2014 in Federal Register came with a smorgasbord of topics for all types of providers that include updates, clarified definitions and updated interpretations.

Join our expert speaker Duane C. Abbey, Ph.D  on a 180-minute on-demand webinar session on “The Latest Change for the CMS CoPs and New Regulations: Standing Orders, Order Sets, Protocols & More”.

The webinar was initially compiled in 2 sessions, 90-minute each, where the speaker explores the process for making changes to hospital COPs including the Federal Register, the State Operations Manual and special memorandums from CMS.

Abbey will mainly be discussing two different sets of conditions of participation. One is for hospitals, which is generally found at 42 CFR Section 482. Then the second one about Critical Access Hospitals, and they have a special set of conditions of participation found at 42 CFR 485.600 Subpart F.

Additional areas which are addressed in this 180-minute session include special rules for Critical Access Hospitals (CAHs), Rural Health Clinics (RHCs), Ambulatory Surgical Centers (ASCs) and other specialized areas. The Federal Register of May 16, 2012 will also be used as a reference in the session.

Highlights of the session

  • What are these Conditions of Participation (CoPs)?
  • What’s changing with these Conditions of Participation (CoPs)?
  • How important are these CoPs?
  • How does CMS go about updating the CoPs?
  • Do Critical Access Hospitals (CAHs) have the same CoPs?
  • Are other healthcare providers affected by the CoPs?
  • What recent changes have been made in the CoPs?
  • What should hospitals be doing relative to the CoPs changes?
  • Which departments of the hospital are most affected by these changes?
  • Do these changes actually streamline the CoPs and other operational aspects?
  • Does the hospital Medical Staff Organization (MSO) become involved in these changes?
  • How are ASCs, RHCs and FQHCs affected by the changes being made?
  • How about specialized non-physìcian providers?
  • Are there any changes in the laboratory area?
  • How does the State Operations Manual (SOM) fit into the picture?
  • How do we go about developing policies and procedures for standing orders, order sets and protocols?
  • How do we keep up-to-date with these directives from CMS?
  • Are there any implications for Electronic Health Record computer systems?

Who should attend?
Hospital Personnel, ASC Personnel, RHC/FQHC Personnel, Compliance Officers, Nursing Staff, Medical/Surgical Nursing Staff, Nurse Managers, ED Nursing Staff, Utilization Review Personnel, Quality Assurance Personnel, Quality Assurance Personnel, Physicians, Coding Personnel, Billing and Claims Transaction Personnel, Chargemaster Coordinators, Financial Analysts, Compliance Personnel, and Other Interested Personnel

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About Our Speaker

Duane Abbey Hospital Coding & Compliance Expert

 Duane C. Abbey, Ph.D. is a management consultant and president of Abbey & Abbey, Consultants, Inc., which specializes in healthcare consulting and related areas. Duane earned his graduate degrees at the University of Notre Dame and Iowa State University and has more than 20 years of experience as a consultant. He performs various types of financial analysis involving business structuring, organizational development, enrollment and other financially related concerns of organizations....   More Info
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