Person-Centered Care Planning: Meet and Exceed the New CMS Regulations

Event Information
Product Format
Prerecorded Event
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Conference Date
Thu, Jun 07, 2018
Length
90 minutes
Product Description

Best Practices of Individualized/Personalized, I Care Plans, and Narrative Care Plans


Do your surveyors and providers care plan according to CMS’ long standing requirement to identify each resident’s highest practicable level of well being? Also, you are now required to support each resident’s seven domains of wellbeing, are you? Are you still developing traditional, institutional, disciplinary care plans?

CMS now clearly states in its regulations that residents should determine their own goals for their care plan, determine who attends care conferences with them, receive a copy of their plan, and more. It is time to move on from institutional care plans to more personalized and individualized care plans. Supporting residents to set their own goals is a new CMS requirement, and is also a tried and true culture change practice with high level of living and growth plans.

If you are still writing traditional, medical, institutional care plans, and if your residents are not driving their care plans, it is time to change course. Care plans belong to, and should reflect, the person. Be freed from the outdated, now deficient, medical model of care planning. In this session, industry veteran Carmen Bowman will cover culture change practices progressing from personalized to “I” care plans to narrative care plans. You will learn how the new CMS requirements and long-standing culture change practices will support you in moving in a new direction.

After attending this session, you will have a strong understanding of what federal regulations require regarding care planning and what they do not. You will be bolstered by regulations and long-standing practice to ask residents and help them determine goals for themselves. You will be able to identify “highest practicable level of wellbeing” for residents as required by CMS since 1987 and become familiar with the seven domains of wellbeing.

Session Highlights

In this session, you will get to:

  • Know the regulatory text of tag F553 – an individual’s right to get involved in the development and implementation of his/her person-centered plan of care which includes establishing goals
  • Know the regulatory text of tag F655 – comprehensive person-centered care planning
  • Know the long-standing CMS requirement to assist a resident to reach their highest practicable level of wellbeing
  • Know the new requirement within the intent of tag 679 which now includes the 7 domains of wellbeing
  • Learn the better practices of individualized/personalized, I care plans and narrative care plans

Session Agenda

  • Resident rights §483.10
  • F656 comprehensive care plans
  • Highest practicable level of well-being
  • Trauma-informed care resources
  • Care plan writing
  • Common care planning
  • Care conference culture
  • SOFTEN the assessment process

Who Should Attend

  • Any person working in any nursing home certified for Medicare and/or Medicaid services

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About Our Speaker

Carmen Bowman

 

Carmen Bowman is a consultant, trainer, author and owner of Edu-Catering: Catering Education for Compliance and Culture Change turning her former role of regulator into educator. Carmen was a Colorado state surveyor for nine years, a policy analyst with CMS Central Office where she taught the national Basic Surveyor Course and the first certified activity professional to be a surveyor. As a contractor to CMS, Carmen co-developed the...   More Info
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