Education event

CDPH Updates Webinar
The Most Common Deficiencies, Strategies to Reduce Infections and Other Updates

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November 7, 2018
1:30 – 3:30 p.m., Pacific Time

Overview

Identifying possible deficiencies and making corrections is critical to ensuring safe patient care. Of course, it is best to discover any issues prior to a survey. Recently the most common deficiencies from the hospital relicensing surveys (completed from March 2017 through Feb 2018) was released. Understanding these deficiencies can benefit you as you monitor your own hospital’s policies and procedures. Some of these findings could be simply fixes while others were high-risk situations and could result in potential patient harm and/or administrative penalties.

Listen to this update on CDPH issues, which will include a CDPH discussion on medication safety violations and methods to ensure compliance. CDPH will also discuss infection prevention strategies. Participants will also receive an update from CHA on recent legislation and clarification on recent programs.

Recommended for:

Chief operating officers, chief compliance officers, chief pharmacists, plant managers, construction directors and managers, architects and engineers, infection preventionists,  inspectors of record, quality and patient safety personnel, CNOs, licensing and accreditation managers, skilled-nursing directors, home health, directors, case managers, legal and risk managers, and compliance officers.

Agenda

Medication Deficiencies

  • Top medication deficiencies
  • Medication use deficiencies with detrimental outcomes
  • How to improve compliance

Infection Prevention

  • Identification of typical gaps in infection prevention practices
  • Adherence monitoring
  • Tools to assist in self-monitoring

Updates and Clarifications

  • Recent legislation
  • Program Flex, central application unit, and tubing connectors
  • Parkinson’s disease registry

Faculty

Cari Lee, Pharmaceutical Consultant Unit Chief, California Department of Public Health

Debby Rogers, RN, MS, FAEN, Vice President, Clinical Performance & Transformation, California Hospital Association

Lori Schaumleffel, Infection Prevention Liaison, California Department of Public Health

CEs

Full participation in the webinar is required to receive professional continuing education (CE) credit. The registrant must complete an online evaluation, attest to participation and, when required, provide a professional license number.

Compliance — This education activity has been submitted to the Compliance Certification Board (CCB)® and is currently pending their review for approval of CCB CEUs.

Health Care Executives — CHA is authorized to award 2.0 hours of pre-approved ACHE Qualified Education credit for this program toward advancement, or recertification, in the American College of Healthcare Executives. Participants in this program who wish to have the continuing education hours applied toward ACHE Qualified Education credit must self-report their participation. To self-report, participants must log into their MyACHE account and select ACHE Qualified Education Credit.

Legal — CHA is a State Bar of California-approved MCLE provider. Provider number 1980. This participatory activity has been approved for 2.0 hours of MCLE credit.

Nursing — Provider approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing, Provider CEP #11924, for 2.4 contact hours.

Risk Manager — Application has been made to the American Society for Health Care Risk Management (ASHRM) to award continuing education toward the fullfillment of FASHRM (Fellow), DFASHRM (Distinguished Fellow), and CPHRM (Certified Professional in Healthcare Risk Management) renewal.

Tuition

Members $185
Nonmembers $250
Multiple staff can participate from one location for one tuition fee.

Members are CHA member hospitals, CHA associate members and government agencies. Nonmembers are limited to non-hospital health care providers, clinics, post-acute facilities, and consultants, insurance companies, law firms and other entities that serve hospitals. Education programs and publications are a membership benefit and are not available to eligible nonmember California hospitals.

Cancellation Policy/Late Payment: A $50 non-refundable processing fee will be retained for each cancellation. Cancellations must be made in writing seven or more business days prior to the scheduled session and emailed to education@calhospital.org. No refunds will be made after these dates. Substitutions are encouraged. Please note that payment is due on or before the program. Payments not received by the program date may be subject to a 10% late fee. In the unlikely event the program is cancelled, CHA will fully refund paid participants within 30 days.

Special Accommodations or Questions: If you require special accommodations pursuant to the Americans with Disabilities Act, or have other questions, please call (916) 552-7637.

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