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Develop Supervisory Skills in Your QPs
April 23, 2019 | 2:00 pm ET | 1 Hour
Inadequate guidance and poor supervision are among the main reasons that direct support professionals (DSPs) leave the job. For IDD service providers, improving the supervisory skills of their qualified intellectual disability professionals (QIDPs) is an essential part of any DSP retention strategy.
Lighting the Leadership Lamp: Uniting Your Baby Boomer and Millennial Nurses
April 25, 2019 | 2:00 pm ET | 1 Hour
Please join us for an educational webinar on aligning your Millennial and Baby Boomer nurses to meet the needs of individuals, as well as to achieve key organizational initiatives.
PDPM Webinar Series
May 1, 2019 | 2:00 pm ET | 30 Minutes
Join us for part 2 of our 6 part PDPM webinar series.
Three of the six categories that are used to calculate the PDPM rate are related to the three different disciplines of skilled therapy: physical therapy (PT), occupational therapy (OT), and speech-language pathology (SLP). In this second webinar, we present how each of the three PDPM categories will be determined.
The Impact of Social Determinants of Health on Maternal Mortality: A Roundtable Discussion
May 2, 2019 | 2:00 pm ET | 1 Hour
Join us for a roundtable discussion on recognizing and understanding the social determinants that impact vulnerable populations to improve maternal care and outcomes.
Challenges for Nurses in IDD: Practice Settings and Role Ambiguity
May 7, 2019 | 2:00 pm ET | 1 Hour
The role and expectations of a nurse vary depending on the setting. IDD nurses working in community settings may work as consultants, supervisors, or administrators. However, the responsibilities and scope of these roles are often unclear to the nurses and IDD staff.
Current Trends in Children’s Services:
How to Stay Competitive
May 8, 2019 | 2:00 pm ET | 1 Hour
This webinar focuses on current trends in the child welfare and children’s services industry, regulatory changes and what this means for the future. Providers who stay abreast of changes may keep up, but providers who look ahead to prepare for upcoming changes and what these trends mean, stay ahead and remain competitive.
PDPM Series Part 1: Laying the Foundation
Get an overview of why CMS is changing the system, compare & contrast the PDPM with the current RUG IV program, and dive into how the PDPM rate is calculated.
Person-Centered Health Care for People with IDD
Providing care in IDD settings can be challenging for nurses. Learn how to navigate the conflicts between person-centered and medical models of care.
An Overview of PDGM: Preparing for 2020
Get an overview of the PDGM structure and operation along with a review of the concerns and opportunities triggered by PDGM.
How Dignity Health is Saving More Lives in the Emergency Department
Watch this webinar to learn how Dignity Health successfully decreased their emergency department mortality rate across the health system.
Progression of Dementia: How to Help When Behaviors Are Challenging
Get an in-depth understanding of the progression of dementia and behaviors that affect caregiving and daily programming throughout the disease.
How to Develop a Culturally Competent IDD Organization
By elevating your cultural competency, your organization can become a hub connecting the diverse populations within your community.
Communication: The Key to Today’s Complex Healthcare Environment
Presented with Skillsoft®, we explore how everyday communication impacts patient satisfaction, employee engagement, clinical outcomes, and the fiscal health of an organization.
Combating Maternal Opioid Misuse (MOM) Model
Watch this webinar to get information on the MOM model, available funding, and evidence-based solutions for strengthening the delivery of integrated care.
PDPM and Staff Training: The Intersection of Payment Reform and the Requirements of Participation
Watch this webinar to understand how PDPM may change your resident population and how that ties into staff skills.
Saving More Lives: Changing the Standard of Care in Resuscitation
Watch this webinar to learn about the impact an effective resuscitation program can make to improve quality and safety outcomes.
How to Lead Your IDD Organization During Change
Join John Nash of The Arc of North Carolina as he gives valuable insight into the best ways to lead your idd organization through change.
State of the Union: Behavioral Health
Chuck Ingoglia from The National Council for Behavioral Health discusses the present landscape of behavioral health and where the field is poised to go in the future.
How Personalized Learning Accelerates Improvement in Sepsis Care & Reducing HACs
Watch this webinar to learn how personalized learning harnesses the power of data to ultimately improve patient outcomes.
Million Hearts® 2022: The Critical Role Community Health Centers Play in Success
Watch this webinar to learn about the current state of cardiovascular health in the US and all about The Million Hearts® 2022 framework.
How to Boost Retention in IDD Services
Learn how assessments can help you make better hiring decisions and how creating personalized development plans for your employees can improve retention.
Identifying Root Causes of Variation in Clinical Competency and Organizational Quality
Learn how to elevate your workforce to improve your organization’s quality of care while meeting compliance standards and referral sources quality expectations.
Micro-Credentials for Direct Support Professionals
Watch this webinar to learn how professional development of DSPs boosts retention and why credentialing is critical to the professionalization of direct support.
Intergenerational Diversity: Leading the Teams That Will Transform Healthcare
Watch this webinar to learn how to effectively lead an intergenerational team and get practical solutions to understanding the generations that make up today’s workforce.
How to Create a Positive Company Culture in IDD Organizations
Providing great IDD services begins with creating a company culture based on respect and dignity. Learn how focusing on culture can improve your organization’s performance.
Sepsis: Raising the Volume on the Silent Killer
Over 750,000 people in the U.S. are diagnosed with sepsis yearly. Get best practices for improving sepsis prevention efforts, identification and management.
Hiring and Developing Staff to Create a Better Workforce
The consequences of high turnover and a poorly prepared workforce are severe. Being short-staffed negatively impacts the remaining staff, and the quality of services declines.
How Illinois Improved Care Coordination Quality Through Health Homes
Learn from the first-hand experience of Chestnut Health Systems and Illinois BHHC on their evolution as a behavioral health home provider coalition.
Improving Hiring, Retention, and Development with Assessments
High turnover is a challenge facing organizations providing behavioral health services or services to people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Trauma-Informed Supervision: It’s for Everyone
Learn how trauma-informed care principles can be infused into your supervision work to increase your staff’s job satisfaction and engagement.
HACs: A New Approach to Reduce Preventable Complications
This webinar provides context from a patient care and financial standpoint on the impact of HACs, including CLABSIs and CAUTIs.
New Wave of Palliative Care: Not Just for Specialists
Watch this webinar as we identify the new key concepts, themes, and major revisions to the 4th edition of the NCP Guidelines for Quality Palliative Care.
How to Assess Behavioral Characteristics to Hire the Best Nurses
Discover 3 strategic leadership techniques you can use to assess the behavioral characteristics of nurse applicants, whether you are hiring for a front-line nurse or nurse leader.
Risky Business: Tools & Strategies to Safeguard Your Organization
This webinar highlights strategies and techniques to identify, manage and report on areas of risk such as human resources, governance and finance as well as critical incident reporting and technology.
Key Principles, Tools, and Resources to Maximize Your Falls Prevention Program
More than 1/3 of people over the age of 65 fall each year. Watch this webinar to learn practical interventions to reduce falls and hospital readmissions.
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