With a camera on every cell phone, the use of social media in long term care facilities is a real privacy and compliance concern. Residents and visitors might not consider the long-term ramifications of random snaps posted to their favorite website, but you and your staff absolutely have to.
Join expert speaker Todd Selby as he explains your CMS-mandated obligations to safeguard residents’ privacy and confidentiality—and how to reconcile that duty with requests for the use of recording devices inside a resident’s own living space. Selby will offer real-world scenarios to explain when and how “granny cams” and other devices may be used in LTC facilities, and he will explore state law developments that are changing the limits you may place on camera use.
After attending this audio event, you will understand what Medicare Requirements of Participation rules impact camera use. You’ll be better able to handle sensitive issues regarding camera and social media use in your facility. And you’ll be equipped to enact policies that effectively address camera use and resident privacy.
This how-to session will teach you to:
Who Should Attend
This program is designed for administrators, CEOs, CFOs, DONs, compliance officers, activities directors, and privacy officers.
Following the live presentation, the instructor will conduct a Q&A period during which you may ask questions and solicit solutions for your unique situation.
Attorney Todd focuses on regulatory and compliance issues affecting all health care providers with an emphasis on long-term care, home health and hospice providers. His practice is concentrated in the areas of licensure, certification, compliance and reimbursement at the local, state and federal levels. Todd also assists clients with Medicare and Medicaid enrollment and participation requirements and serves as a liaison between the clients and...
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