CEUs for Nursing Home Administrators
|All courses are NAB/NCERS approved. NAB CEU approval number will be printed on your course certificate. All of our 500-575 and 700-720 courses include a copy of the updated Federal Regulations (Appendix PP, 2016).
The cost is $17 per CEU.
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This program is approved by the
National Association of Long Term Care
For additional information,
contact NAB at
1444 I St., NW, Suite 700,
Washington, DC 20005-2210
(202)712-9040, or www.nabweb.org.
This course covers the Federal Ftags that form the policies the nursing facility must follow for physicians, dentists and medical recordkeeping.
You will become familiar with all the Federal Ftags that form the policies the nursing facility must follow for managing rehabilitation activities and discharge procedures.
You will become familiar with all the Federal Ftags that form the policies the nursing facility must follow to observe residents’ rights.
You will become familiar with all the Federal Ftags that form the policies the nursing facility must follow for social services.
You will become familiar with all the Federal Ftags that form the policies the nursing facility must follow for Infection Control.
This course is based up on Eric Topol's book The Patient Will See You Now. NOTE: You are responsible for obtaining a copy of the text.
New technologies are truly transforming the roles of the physician and the patient. Power and control is shifting from the physicians control into the patient’s hands. In the future the doctors’ roles will be that of more and more highly skilled interpreters of massive data available to both the doctor and the patient.
What Dr. Topol does not directly address is that most of these new technologies will also dramatically empower the trained nurse. The nurse will be the new intermediaries in health care assisting both the physician and the patient as doctor and patient interact. Using the new technologies nurses in the nursing home and hospital settings will become ever more skilled and sophisticated interpreters of health care data and patient needs. As you read Dr. Topol’s book think about the ever more valuable role the nurse can contribute to future health care.
Administration §483.75, Licensure of facility §483.75(a), Comply with federal, State, local laws and professional standards §483.75(b)(c), Governing body §483.75(d), Transfer agreement §483.75(n), Disclosure of ownership §483.75(p), more...
Definition of this facility as SNF or NF §483.5; 483.10, Resident rights to all records §483.10(b)(2), Resident right to full total health status information §483.10(b)(3), Resident rights to advance directives, to refuse treatment and/or research §483.10(b)(4), Resident rights to information on medical care and insurance coverage §483.10(b)(5) through (10)
Thiscourse focuses on the portions of the Federal Requirements that are the mostdirectly related to the personnel functions within the facility.
These are the portions of the Federal Requirements mostdirectly related to admissions. This isthe knowledge base an administrator would want the admissions staff to learnand implement.
In this course you will learn the Federal Requirements that the typical administrator would likeemployees in each of the areas of housekeeping, laundry and maintenance to know.
What you will learn: The twoFtags that are specific to activities in the Federal Requirements and the several Ftags that the administrator would want theactivities personnel to know.
Building personal skills in forecasting,planning, organizing, staffing, directing, quality assurance, innovating andmarketing.