Colorado Health Care 
Training and Consulting

 
June 26, 2018




 


Each year CHC provides training and consulting to hundreds of agencies, their staff of nurses, therapists, personal care providers, and aides as well as to family and other caregivers who provide in-home services to the infirm, chronically ill and disabled  to improve care, quality and safety. 

ONLINE
CDPHE-approved Basic 8-hour Administrator Training for  A ll agency types 
with Connie McWilliams, MBA, CHC president with 20 years of experience as owner-operator of an accredited Medicare-certified agency.
Interactive, online
July 3, 5, 10 & 12 - 9:00 am to 11:00 am


 This course provides compliance with both  Annual Training and Initial Training   required  of all Administrators, Managers & alternates.



On-Line OASIS training videos


ETA has released 5 short YouTube videos intended to increase basic OASIS non-clinical skills. The videos are listed along with other short free resources on the CDPHE OASIS Training and Resources page as "On-line Training Resources".

Questions?: Please email betty.metz@state.co.us




LIVE
CDPHE-approved Basic 8-hour Administrator Training for  A ll agency types 
with Connie McWilliams, MBA, CHC president with 20 years of experience as owner-operator of an accredited Medicare-certified agency.
LIVE PROGRAM offers 4 CEUs each day
July 17 & 18, 10:00 am to 3:00 Pm


 This course provides compliance with both  Annual Training and Initial Training   required  of all Administrators, Managers & alternates.

HCBS or IHSS Home Care: The Standards & Ongoing Compliance 

8/9 HCBS
7/19 IHSS with NEW regs 


 Laura Neill, former CDPHE Surveyor and Case Manager (Laura@CHCTrain.com)


CDPHE-approved 
Non-medical Management & Supervisor
Training Parts I & II 
Part 1:  8/23
Part 2:  8/30


Join Laura Neill (Laura@chctrain.com), former CDPHE Surveyor and Case Manager.


 

eLearn available 24/7 
24/7 eLearn Behavior Management
24/7  eLearn Care about care coordination
24/7 eLearn Care about Privacy, confidentiality & HIPAA

6/26  Quality Management Program (QMP)
6/28 Non-medical Management Part 1
7/3 Emergency Preparedness (2017 Federal rules)
7/3, 5, 10, 12 Basic Administrator 8 hours online
7/10 Complaint & Incident Processing Part 1
7/17 Complaint & Incident Processing Part 2
7/17 & 18 Basic Administrator 8 hours Live over 2 days
7/19 IHSS with new rules in effect 5/1
7/24 Understanding the Survey Process
7/31 The Provision of Skilled Care & Services
CEU Consulting by appointment  at your office 4 CEU minimum

 

eLearn available 24/7 $100

Behavior Management of the Client with Dementia or Cognitive Disorders


Registrants will learn skills and tools necessary to provide care and services to clients with cognitive and memory impairments.

Don't Have One To-Do List - Have Three 


A to-do list can help you stay organized and focused, but it can also become overwhelming when it gets too long and you're not sure what to tackle next. 

Try keeping three lists - and a calendar. 

To start off, think about all of the tasks assigned to you. Which of them truly have to get done (chances are, some don't)? And which are truly urgent? 

On the first to-do list, write down your projects that are important but aren't time-sensitive. 
On the second, write the things that are important and need to get done today. 
The third list is a not-to-do list, to remind you which things aren't worth your time and which can be done by someone else. 
Then use the calendar to block out time for each important task according to its deadline. 

Once you get control of your priorities, you'll feel liberated to focus on what really matters to you.

Adapted from "Taming the Epic To-Do List," by Allison Rimm.

eLearn Courses 
2 CEUs
available 24/7
( A ll agency types)
 
CDPHE-approved Care about Care Coordination
- 2 CEUs $100



CDPHE-approved Privacy & Confidentiality: C are about HIPAA-2 CEUs $100


These eLearn courses are available 24/7 and offer clear learner progress indicators and unlimited replays of course material. Resume learning exactly where you left off, on your mobile, tablet, laptop or any device.  


Consulting CEUs
 

Agency-centered Training
CEU Consulting 
4 CEUs and up

  • Quality Management Program
  • Complaint, Incident, Occurrence, Grievance Log
  • Provision of Skilled Care & Services
  • Annual Evaluation

 
eLearn Program: Why Home Care Should Care 
about 
HIPAA 
With $2.8 billion being spent on healthcare hacking breaches during 2016, and 81% of IT leaders citing data security as a top business goal, security in healthcare has never been more important.
 

DispatchHealth
Bringing Back The House Call

In the home
In the office
Senior Care
Business Travelers


Providers are board certified physicians, nurse practitioners and physician assistants with significant experience evaluating acute injuries and illnesses.

DispatchHealthTM can treat "just about anything that can be treated in an urgent care center and a few more things."


 

9 am - 11 am
2 CEUs

6/26 Quality Management 
7/3 Emergency Preparedness
7/10 Complaints & Incidents 1
7/17 Complaints & Incidents 2
7/24 Understanding Surveys
Join Jennifer Windram, RN, BSN and former CDPHE Surveyor.

 
Developing a Repertoire of Responses to Sexual Misconduct

In addition to helping organizations have more open conversations about what is and isn't inappropriate, writer Kathleen Kelly Reardon also wanted to help people develop a repertoire of responses they can employ on-the-spot when an offense occurs.


"I'm taking a moment to be sure I heard you right."

"This seems like a good time to take a break - to reflect on what was just said."

"If I look perplexed, it's because I'm thinking about how to give you the benefit of the doubt."

"I suggest we step back for a moment, as something just went awry."

"Of all the things I thought you might say, that certainly wasn't one of them."

"If I said what I'm thinking, we'd both be out of line."

"For two people who respect each other, we're certainly off course today."

"Do you want to run that by me again in a less personal way?"

"Did you really say that?"

"I usually respond defensively to comments like that, so give me a moment."

"If I didn't know you, I'd think you were insulting me."

"I have a rule about comments like that one - I don't respond."

"Were you making a point or simply trying to amuse yourself at my expense?"

"You're funny sometimes, but not today."
Read the entire article:   It's Not Always Clear