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How to Lead During Change
February 26, 2019 | 2:00 pm ET | 1 Hour
The IDD landscape is constantly evolving, sometimes in frustrating ways. Depending on what’s happening in your state, you may be adjusting to a new managed care system, a value-based reimbursement system, or the latest round of regulatory revisions. In addition, technology is changing how some organizations provide care. While the system keeps shifting, your organization’s mission remains the same. Your employees need strong leadership to avoid the frustration and discouragement that can come with systemic change.
Saving More Lives: Changing the Standard of Care in Resuscitation
February 27, 2019 | 2:00 pm ET | 1 Hour
Join us for a webinar presented by RQI Partners, a joint venture partnership between the American Heart Association (AHA) and Laerdal Medical, to learn about the impact an effective resuscitation program can make to improve quality and safety outcomes.
Challenges for Nurses in IDD: Practice Settings and Role Ambiguity
March 19, 2019 | 2:00 pm ET | 1 Hour
Nurses who work with people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD) face unique challenges. Most work in various types of community settings, such as residential homes, clinics, small facilities, special education classrooms, or personal homes. 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.
Develop a Culturally Competent IDD Organization
March 26, 2019 | 2:00 pm ET | 1 Hour
We know intellectual and developmental disabilities exist in all communities, regardless of income or background. But without proactive and targeted efforts, minority families of all kinds are often left out of the IDD community. What does it mean to have a culturally competent organization? Is your organization integrating diversity into its programs? Does your client population reflect the racial and ethnic diversity of your community? Do people of varying religions or sexual orientations feel welcome in your programs?
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.
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.
Welcome to the New World of RBT Readiness
On January 2, 2019, Relias is releasing its revamped training plan for Registered Behavior Technicians (RBTs). Get a preview of the new courses.
Managing Sepsis in the Emergency Department
Sepsis is the leading cause of death in U.S. hospitals. Watch this webinar to learn how the ED nurse leads the way to decrease Sepsis mortality.
The Role of Technology in Solving the Opioid Crisis
It’s been about one year after a State of Emergency was declared and the Opioid Commission issued its recommendations. Where are we now?
Managing Challenging Interactions in Dementia Care
This webinar discusses effective approaches for managing challenging interactions involving people living with dementia, caregivers, and family members.
Driving Improvement in Hypertensive Disorders of Pregnancy
Hypertensive disorders of pregnancy are one of the leading causes of maternal mortality worldwide. See one healthcare system’s journey to improve perinatal outcomes.
Preparing for 2019: OASIS D and CoP Update
Get an overview of changes in the interpretive guidelines for comprehensive assessment and care planning along with a deep dive into OASIS D changes.
Increasing DSP Retention Through Peer Mentoring Programs
In this on-demand webinar, Arlene Bridges, an IDD business expert, gives you concrete steps that will help you develop better, more committed DSPs.
Changes in Technology and Governmental Regulations Will Happen
Discover what successful organizations do when faced with change and how the evolution of healthcare continues to drive changing business needs for providers.
Remaining Optimistic When Treating Opioid Use Disorder (OUD)
This webinar takes a deep dive into the challenges of treating the OUD consumer and the high degree of stress and burnout for the treating provider.
A Discussion on Risk Management for Long Term Care
This webinar reviews the process for managing risk, examines some specific risks you may find in your healthcare practice as well as best practices.
To Manage Risk in IDD and ABA, Focus on Quality
While IDD and ABA organizations provide a variety of services, the potential for injury is significant because of the needs of the population served.
Stages of Change and Integrated Health Care
Watch Dr. Carlo DiClemente, co-creator of the Transtheoretical Model of intentional behavior change, discuss adoption and use of this model within a whole health, integrated care framework.
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