Preparing to Meet Forms & Policies Requirements Before November, 2017

Event Information
Product Format
Prerecorded Event
Presenter(s)
Marilyn Mines, RN, BC, RAC-CT
Length
60 minutes
Product Description

Ensure Your Facility’s Compliance with New RoPs: Meet the Forms and Policies Requirements


Phase 2 of the updated Requirements of Participation has an implementation date of November 28, 2017. In order to be in compliance with the new requirements, facilities must create or revise numerous forms and policies. There will be new interpretive guidelines by November 28, 2017 which will include all new and changed RoPs for Phase 1 and 2, and the State Operations Manual (SOM), which houses all F-tags, surveyor instructions and probes, interpretive guidelines, and citation instructions, will be totally rewritten.

Facilities are now required to develop and implement written policies and procedures to ensure that crimes are reported in alignment with Section 1150B of the Social Security Act (SSA). The Elder Justice Act requires the reporting of crimes against the elderly, and long term care facilities are included in the covered individuals that must report crimes. New policies must also be created indicating when it is the responsibility of the facility to replace lost or damaged dentures. Facilities must meet written policies requirements regarding smoking areas and smoking safety, emergency preparedness and behavioral health services.

This session by expert speaker Marilyn Mines will review all those forms and policies that are mandated to come into effect this year, and help to guide your facility towards compliance. Marilyn will also share a check-off chart to ensure completeness of policies and forms.

Session Highlights

  • Learn what still needs to be done to bring your facility into compliance for November 28, 2017
  • Understand the details of the various policies and forms that may need to be created
  • Be prepared to complete an emergency preparedness drill
  • Learn what notifications are required
  • Understand the staff training and education requirements

Session Agenda

  • Changes to the State Operations Manual (SOM)
  • New forms and policies
    • Reporting a crime
    • 3 elements of policies and procedures
    • Follow up of a crime report
    • Lost/ damaged dentures
    • SOM on resident smoking
  • Emergency preparedness
  • Behavioral health services
  • Pharmacy services
  • Staff training and education
  • Checklists
    • Monitoring progress for new plans and education
    • Monitoring progress for updated new policies
    • Monitoring progress for forms
  • Resources

Who should attend

  • The interdisciplinary team
  • Administrators
  • Management personnel

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About Our Speaker

Marilyn Mines - Skilled Nursing Coding  Expert

Marilyn Mines RN, BC, RAC-CT, brings over 40 years of experience as a practicing Registered Nurse to her role as Director of Clinical Services for FR&R. While working with clients, she has been instrumental in preparations for JCAHO, Public Health and Public Aid inspections, and promoting confidence in the direct care of patients, as well as managerial staff.


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