This webinar discusses the new pressure injury definitions as provided by the NPUAP (April of 2016)
Our Advanced Clinical Skills library provides courses designed to review and proactively enhance the clinical skills of licensed staff. Reducing hospital readmissions is a CMS initiative within a wide spectrum of care communities. Skilled Nursing, Assisted Living and Home Care organizations benefit from the review and study of initatives aimed at reducing hospital readmissions. This library includes a series of courses on preventing, identifying, and managing the conditions that most commonly trigger readmission including: Congestive Heart Failure, Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, and Fluid and Electrolyte Imbalance. This library also includes “rapid review” courses that demonstrate the assessments and procedural care techniques needed to reduce rehospitalization. Rapid review courses also include supplementary competency courses for the real-world application and verification of learned techniques.
What Would You Do? A Rehospitalization Simulation
"It's so user friendly. It's easy from an administrator aspect. It's easy from the learner aspect. When a regulator walks in, you can easily just print up a report and go, "Here it is" versus "Hold on, let me get my file," or "let me pull up my Excel spreadsheet that I haven't updated in forever because I still have all these attendance sheets that I have to keep on top of."
Training & Development, Kisco Senior Living
Connect frontline and administrative staff to the in-services and mandatories required for meeting regulatory and compliance standards.
Caring for people in community based settings has ever increasing regulations and requires training to maintain a high level of care and service.
Training that ensures therapists, nurses, home health aides, or hospice volunteers, are confident in their abilities to support patients and coordinate care through in-services and mandatories required for meeting regulatory and compliance standards.
Hundreds of courses related to senior care