Featured Webcast- "CMS Surveys: Preparing With Confidence"

Accreditation Insider, February 15, 2016

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When: 1:00–2:30 p.m. ET, Wednesday, February 24, 2016

What: As CMS increases the frequency of its hospital surveys, many healthcare facilities are finding themselves unprepared for the bump in federal scrutiny. This webcast will arm attendees with the preparatory steps and strategies needed to survive a CMS survey.  Attendees will also examine a real-life case study for specific examples of survey citations and how to respond to them.

Why: This webinar will teach you how to:

  •     Utilize a compliance plan to develop an organization-specific, comprehensive approach to accreditation and compliance readiness
  •     Identify at least three sources of information to review changes in the Conditions of Participation/survey process
  •     Implement a gap analysis of your organization’s compliance readiness

Who: Victoria Fennel, PhD, RN-BC, CPHQ, is the director of accreditation and clinical compliance for Compass Clinical Consulting and has 20 years of healthcare leadership experience. She has spent the majority of her career in nursing leadership roles and brings expertise in evidence-based practice, nursing education, quality management, performance improvement, accreditation, risk management, patient safety, and patient-centered care.

Julie Campbell, MHA, BSN, NE-BC, HACP, is the Baylor Scott & White Health North Texas Division vice president and has than 25 years of nursing leadership experience. Campbell assists in survey preparation, development of corporate policies and procedures, communications on revisions to regulations/standards, and recommendations of regulatory changes to various system councils to maintain continuous readiness.

For more details on how to join the webcast, please visit our website.  





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