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Fall Risk Management - Zone of Opportunity
July 15, 2020 | 3:00 pm ET | 1 hour
Due to COVID-19, homebound seniors (65 and older) could experience more falls due to less physical activity as most continue to shelter in place. As a result, health care professionals might experience an increase in patient admission due to more non-fatal falls than previously experienced.
Prone Positioning: An Evidence-Based Practice for ARDS Patients
This webinar provides an evidence-based primer on adult prone positioning—when it should be used, and why it improves the ARDS patient’s respiratory condition.
Nurse Self-Care: Learning How to Take Care of Yourself and Your Team
With the right tools, nurse leaders can build a work environment that supports positive health and the effective management of stress. Learn more now.
Talking to Kids About COVID-19
This webinar provides guidance on the developmentally-appropriate options for speaking to children in ways that support their health and the well-being of the entire family.
Five Strategies for Leading Through Crisis
Learn a practical framework on crisis management that will help leaders navigate the daily challenges of any crisis or unforeseen event.
Advance Care Planning: Increasing Importance in Response to COVID-19
Learn more about how your organization and the people in your care can benefit from timely and meaningful planning conversations.
Identifying Signs of Depression and Anxiety in People Living With Dementia
Watch this webinar to get recommended strategies to improve depression and anxiety symptoms in people living with dementia.
Staffing, Stress, and Surviving the Day-to-Day Challenges of a Pandemic
This webinar addresses resources available to help facilities mitigate staffing shortages and how we can take care of our HCP during this stressful time.
Specialty Telemedicine During the COVID-19 Outbreak
Learn various ways that the medical community can implement telemedicine and get an overview of telemedicine for patient and medical staff safety.
Navigating Dementia Plus COVID-19 Plus Restrictions
Watch this webinar where Teepa Snow answers the top questions asked about providing care to people living with dementia during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Ask the Experts: innovaTel Telepsychiatry Shares Telehealth Best Practices
Experienced telehealth practitioners from innovaTel Telepsychiatry share tips for preparing yourself and clients for sessions and tactics for engaging new and established clients.
Complicated Grief and Loss: Uncharted Territory With COVID-19
Watch this webinar to learn how coronavirus has complicated the “normal grief” experience and what family caregivers need to support them.
Living With Dementia During the COVID-19 Pandemic
This webinar highlights different, person-centered working practices and routines to optimize the well-being of people living with dementia during a pandemic.
COVID-19 in Older Adults: Best Practices for Providers and Caregivers
Discover lessons learned and evidence-based recommendations for the diagnosis, acute management, and community care for older adults with known or suspected COVID-19.
Maximizing Your LMS During Staffing Emergencies
Use your LMS to ensure your staff have the needed skills, training, and education to continue to provide quality patient care while reducing their time away from patients.
Protecting Mothers and Babies: COVID-19 and the Obstetric Patient
Watch this webinar as our experts discuss the most up-to-date trends of the COVID-19 crisis and its effects on our pregnant mothers and newborns.
COVID-19 and Long-Term Care Providers: Where Are We Now?
Learn how COVID-19 is impacting long-term care providers and some tools and best practices your organization can leverage to stay ahead of the virus.
Actions Home Health Clinicians Can Take to Prevent the Spread of COVID-19
Together with the National Association for Home Care & Hospice (NAHC) we dive into the best ways for in-home providers to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
COVID-19 Pandemic Preparedness for Your Front-Line Staff
Take a deep dive into current recommendations for surge management and front-line staff preparedness around the novel Coronavirus (COVID-19).
Understanding Coronavirus and How to Keep You and Yours Safe
In this webinar, Ron Orth (RN, CMAC, CHC) discusses the basics of what we know today and practical steps to keep you healthy.
PDGM: What We’ve Learned So Far
With the Patient-Driven Groupings Model now in effect, many agencies are wondering what the new normal looks like across the industry.
CCBHC Certification Criteria: Hiring, Training, and Reporting
Discover how Relias can help clinics hire and onboard staff for newly created roles, train board members and staff on CCBHC required competencies, and make collecting and reporting clinical data to SAMHSA easier.
Private Equity in ABA: What Providers Need to Know
While mergers and acquisitions in other fields of behavioral health have slowed, autism-related service providers are still in demand.
Post PDPM Pressures—Mitigating Audit Risk in the New Normal
Learn how to Identify facility characteristics that would increase risk for audit and conduct a thorough MDS audit to self-identify increased risk for audit.
Design Your Path to Transformational Leadership in 2020
Learn the key attributes of transformational leadership and how to develop a framework for your organization that promotes innovation and a culture of high reliability.
Are We in Oz Yet? One Health System’s Journey to High Reliability for OB Care
Learn specific clinical requirements and tactics for an OBHRU encompassing three areas: fetal assessment, labor management, and second stage labor care.
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.