“Were there none who were discontented with what they have, the world would never reach anything better.” Florence Nightingale
Did you know?
Top CDPHE Survey Deficiency

QMP: “No action is taken to address identified problems.”

Each year CDPHE reports the top survey deficiencies cited during Licensure re-surveys.

Year after year, many of the same deficiencies make the list. 
Quality Management Program Compliance is one key to survey success. 

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August 2019 Live and Live Online

8/6 Live online with Laura Neill, IHSS AND NEW RULES, 9 am – 11 am

8/6, 8, 13 & 15 Live online Basic 8-hour Administrator Training, 9 am – 11 am

8/15 Live online with Laura Neill, IHSS AND NEW RULES, 9 am – 11 am

8/20 & 21 Live in person Basic 8-hour Administrator Training, 10 am – 3 pm

8/27 Live online Basic Admin Training All About Personnel Part 1, 9 am – 11 am

8/29 Live online Basic Admin Training All About Personnel Part 2, 9 am – 11 am

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Behavior Management of the Client with Dementia

Care about Care coordination

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Universal Precautions

Care about Immunity

Mental Illness and Behavior Management

Care of the Fragile, Ill and Complex

8/27 and 8/29, live online, 9 am - 11 am, All About Personnel to include p olicy and procedure creation and revision, risk areas, administrator role in human resource management, organizational chart function, personnel qualifications and experience, job description role, personnel record, surveyor probes, contractor use in direct care, direct care documents that are missing or expired, training and education policy, special skills training and client diagnoses, and the need for ongoing training - it never stops.
Did you know?
Administrators are responsible for evidence that client records include documentation of any changes in the client’s condition or needs, as well as documentation of appropriate reporting and action taken as a result. 
Failure to document changes in clients' conditions or needs creates the potential for
a) clients' needs not to be met,
b) inaccurate service documentation, and
c) for clients not to receive services necessary to remain independent in the community.

Do you and your staff know what to document for client change of condition? Baby boomer client numbers are increasing daily.

As the president of the Alliance for Aging Research, Daniel Perry, explained, as boomers age and incur multiple chronic conditions, individuals are more likely to end up in the hospital from getting the flu, falling or catching a cold. Patients with chronic conditions are more vulnerable to other illnesses. Documentation of client changes in condition or needs, appropriate reporting and documentation of action taken are always needed.

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Mahatma Gandhi
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