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Are We in Oz Yet? One Health System's Journey to High Reliability for OB Care
February 18, 2020 | 2:00 pm ET | 1 hour
OB claims continue to be prevalent across the nation but more importantly carry the highest severity. Although all adverse outcomes cannot be prevented, the moral and economic ramifications involving OB claims are so great that understanding the basic tenets of a high reliability unit (HRU) is paramount to affect positive change in this area.
Design Your Path to Transformational Leadership in 2020
February 26, 2020 | 2:00 pm ET | 1 hour
Today’s healthcare leaders continuously face the challenge of delivering high-quality care, while adapting to ongoing change. Please join us for an educational webinar on developing a plan to implement transformational leadership.
Post PDPM Pressures—Mitigating Audit Risk in the New Normal
February 27, 2020 | 2:00 pm ET | 1 hour
Early indications are that post-RUGS revenue is not as neutral as originally predicted. With PDPM fully implemented and with enough data to start pinpointing concerns, CMS will soon be out in full force auditing facilities. Since PDPM was proposed, CMS has been open about what would trigger an audit from your data and what they would be looking for. Armed with this information, facilities can self-identify their risk and be prepared to defend their dollars.
Private Equity in ABA: What Providers Need to Know
March 4, 2020 | 2:00 pm ET | 1 hour
Private equity investors are in the market for acquiring ABA providers. While mergers and acquisitions in other fields of behavioral health have slowed, autism-related service providers are still in demand. What does this high investor interest mean for small and mid-sized ABA providers?
The Future of CCBHCs: Opportunities for Expansion and Lessons Learned From the Field
Join leaders from the National Council for Behavioral Health and Relias, as they discuss the current and future state of CCBHCs.
Ask the Expert: How to Provide Strong Supervision in IDD
In this webinar, Dennis Reid discusses how front-line supervisors can improve staff performance and increase DSP retention.
Pinpoint Knowledge Gaps and Increase Engagement Among Staff
With the behavioral health workforce shortage only projected to get worse, it’s imperative that you implement strategies that improve the way you hire, onboard, and train your staff.
Hospice Payment-Related Scrutiny: Increasing Audit Activity From the OIG and Other Medicare Contractors
Get a detailed examination of the current environment of payment-related scrutiny in hospice and the most common reasons for an audit to be initiated by CMS contractors.
Relias Training and Personnel Assessments: How They Work Together for IDD
Hiring, training and employee development—IDD service providers need to look at all three when they create a plan to increase retention of their direct support professionals (DSPs).
Home Care and Hospice Regulatory Update 2020
Watch NAHC President, William A. Dombi, reflect on the current status of home care and hospice and give a prognosis of the future.
July 2020 New Joint Commission Maternal Safety Standards: How Prepared Are You?
Our panel of obstetrics experts discusses the 13 new elements of performance within the Provision of Care, Treatment, and Services standards for maternal safety.
Billing Under PDPM and the Interrupted Stay Policy
During this webinar we review the interrupted stay policy, assessment requirements, and provide detailed information related to billing an interrupted stay.
Providing Culturally Sensitive Care to Immigrants With Serious Illness
Watch this webinar to learn the challenges of authorized and unauthorized immigrants and get strategies for providing culturally sensitive care.
Dollars and Sense: Building a Financial Case for Expanding Professional Development
Discover best practices on developing a compelling case for professional development and building a new business model for your department in the process.
How to Develop Employment Partnerships in IDD
Learn more about The Arc@Work program's approach to supporting corporations to develop, implement and maintain neurodiversity hiring initiatives.
The Substance Use Professional of the 2020s
How does organizational leadership ensure that their clinical staff possess and can apply the core competencies needed for effective practice in the decade to come?
Supporting Choice-Making in People With IDD
As an IDD service provider, helping the people you serve assert their thoughts, desires and goals is a fundamental part of being person-centered.
ABA Rule Changes That IDD Providers Need to Know
Under new rules, you don’t have to be a Behavior Analyst to supervise RBTs®. This change could open new opportunities for IDD service providers.
BACB Changes for Supervisors: What You Need to Know
The Behavior Analyst Certification Board® has announced changes to training and qualification requirements for supervisors. Here's what you need to know.
Suicide Prevention: Science and Trends
Watch this webinar to learn about current trends, advocacy efforts in the U.S., and evidence-based best practices in suicide prevention and treatment.
The 90-Day Plan: Five Critical Steps to Take Before PDGM Goes Into Effect
Discover the 5 critical steps to PDGM success as well as concrete examples of how agencies can successfully navigate this change.
Get on Top of RoP: How Relias Prepares You for Meeting Competency Requirements
If a surveyor were to show up to your door on November 28, how would you show that you’ve met these requirements?
Engaging OB Teams to Own Their Practice: Structure, Process, Outcomes
Learn about NorthBay Healthcare’s journey to create a culture of patient safety and high reliability, by inspiring excellence and ownership through data.
Trauma-Informed Care: Implementing a Meaningful, Person-Driven Program for RoP Phase 3
During this webinar, we provide guidance around the implementation of the six principles of a trauma-informed care program as it affects the whole organization and discuss the need for individualized approaches to care.
Deep Dive Into Our DSP Survey Results
What motivates a direct support professional to stay on the job for five, 10 or even 20 years? What can you do to encourage your newer DSPs to stick around? Watch this short webinar to hear the results of our DSP survey.
The Next 5 Years in Behavioral Healthcare: An Environmental Scan
Watch our esteemed panel of behavioral healthcare leaders discuss what they see ahead over the next five years including future predictions, innovations, commentary, guidance, and best practices based on in-depth research.
Requirements of Participation Phase 3 Basics – What You Need to Know Before November 28, 2019
Watch this webinar to see a deep dive into Requirements of Participation Phase 3 and how you will need to adapt the business of care to be in compliance.
Innovations in Shared Professional Governance: Competencies and Measurements
As healthcare continues to experience nursing shortages and high turnover, how is your organization attracting and retaining your nurses?
Therapy Experts Talk PDPM
Watch this webinar as our panel discusses the fate of therapy under PDPM, adjustments, nursing CMGs, new therapy policies, operational challenges and strategies to overcome them.
Why Should Your Staff Stay? Invest in Their Success to Ensure Your Own
Get a look at how behavioral health organizations can use assessments and learning in combination to help your employees feel competent and effective in their jobs.
How to Optimize Your Memory Care Using a Positive Approach
Watch this webinar with industry expert Teepa Snow, to learn about core strategies and techniques necessary for optimal dementia care.
Why Wound Care Matters: Q&A with Wound Care Clinicians
The evidence shows that it pays for clinicians and caregivers across the healthcare continuum to prevent pressure injuries. Why? Because wound care matters!
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Being a DSP is often a difficult and complex job, and it takes great commitment, enthusiasm, fortitude and self-motivation to be a successful DSP. When properly managed, a DSP can play a critical role in the lives of the individuals they support.
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