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OASIS-D: Checkpoint Webinar
Join us for an OASIS D Check-Point. OASIS-D has been in effect since January 1, 2019.
We’ll spend an hour together:
Reviewing OASIS items clinicians have expressed, or documentation suggests difficulties. We’ll share recommendations for decreasing difficulty
Submit your burning issues to firstname.lastname@example.org beforehand so the presenter can address or find the best resources to help
Updates from CMS on additional OASIS D clarification that may be helpful to your organization
Provide time at the end of the hour for any of your additional questions and needs for our next OASIS D Check-Point.
It’s all about sustaining, we are here to help.
Participants will gain the following:
A baseline of what is going well, areas where clinicians experience difficulties, and we’ll point out key examples to monitor
Learn and exchange ideas and clinical practice recommendations to help you with your OASIS-D process refinement opportunities.
An opportunity to share questions or areas of interest that you would like covered in these clinical sessions where we bring the right amount of industry recommendations and information back to you
Presenter: Rhonda Perrin Oakes, RN, CHPN is an independent consultant. She is a passionate educator that believes in process improvement. Rhonda demonstrates how to analyze and discern between what is regulatory and what is self-imposed criterion. Rhonda has more than 25 years of health care experience with a focus on regulations and information governance. She is actively engaged with post-acute care industry experts. She is passionate about collaborating and identifying healthcare innovation that is applicable across the healthcare continuum and disciplines. She describes her primary goal as keeping the patient safe while providing regulatory guidance in a manner that meets standards without adding layers of burden to the bedside clinician. Her ongoing efforts result in delivering education that sticks while inspiring and helping her peers.
See Program for Details
2/20/2019 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
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