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2021 June Region Forum—Home care surveys
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2021 June Region Forum—SNF/NF survey response
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A Love Story—Healing Through Movement, Breath & Music
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Addressing Concerns & Complaints: When, How, & Why
Product Code: HMNM2104W

Family and client complaints are difficult; however, it is necessary to address complaints appropriately, ensure quality, fix problems, and protect you from possible legal repercussions. Attorney presenters will explain the law and regulations on client rights and protections including retaliation, as well as offer a practical approach to problem solving with...Details

Advance Care Planning and POLST
Product Code: 116

Local news media have been covering the ongoing story of the disagreement between a patient’s wife (and health care agent) and his doctors about decisions the wife has been making on her husband’s behalf. The disagreements were so profound that the doctors asked the courts to replace the wife as decision maker. Thankfully, most situations do not involve such extremes. T...Details

AL workshop: New dementia care license & requirements
Product Code: 2130W

August 1, 2021, brings many changes to assisted living settings with a new assisted living license mandate. Housing with services and arranged home care providers in assisted living communities have many decisions to make between now and August 1, 2021. One of the important decisions is what type of license to hold—assisted living license or assisted living with ...Details

AL workshop: New infection control requirements
Product Code: 2131W

August 1, 2021 brings significant changes to assisted living settings when a new assisted living license mandate goes into effect. Housing with services and arranged home care providers have many tasks to complete between now and August 1, 2021. Tasks include infection control program development and implementation, staff training, and associated policies and pro...Details

AL workshop: Resident & family councils
Product Code: 2132W

August 1, 2021, brings many changes to assisted living with a new assisted living license mandate. Housing with services and arranged home care providers in assisted living communities have many actions to take between now and August 1, 2021, to get ready for compliance. Two of the action steps concern residents and family councils. The Bill of Rights gives resid...Details

Assisted Living Licensure Preview
Product Code: 2048W

As if a pandemic wasn’t enough, new assisted living licensure laws are around the corner. August 1, 2021 will be here soon. Are you prepared to transition to the new assisted living license mandate? There will no longer be a separation of housing with services and arranged home care providers in assisted living communities—have you figured out how that will look ...Details

Bed Holds and Leave Days: Unraveling the Mystery
Product Code: 138

Although bed hold and leave day policies have been around for some time, there still exists a great deal of confusion surrounding them. Can I bill, when can I bill, how much is allowable? Must I hold the bed or not? De-mystify the policies and procedures surrounding leave days and bed holds to ensure your facility is in compliance. This webinar is designed to provide faci...Details

Building a Cohesive Team - Five Critical Factors
Product Code: 432

The single most untapped competitive advantage in an organization is teamwork. A cohesive team gets results faster by optimizing the skills of each team member & by holding each member accountable. You can build stronger, more effective teams by creating a transparent environment to maximize trust & openness. How do you create this type of results-driven environment? Join ...Details

Building the Strength From Within—Understanding the Trauma
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Caring for caregivers
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Clinical care changes & keeping clients safe
Product Code: 2138AW

The new assisted living licensure rules effective August 1, 2021, have many providers scrambling to update their knowledge, policies, and procedures to meet regulatory compliance. This learning session will compare and contrast the new nursing assessment requirements and documentation with that of the current home care statute. The session will also include a re...Details

Clinical care in a pandemic
Product Code: NMES2104W

The COVID-19 pandemic has hit the United States by storm. Most assisted living settings have faced infection outbreaks, PPE unavailability, staffing shortages, as well as financial challenges. This presentation explores the clinical care needed and how it might differ in a pandemic situation. It will cover the steps to keeping clients and staff free from infe...Details

Clinical decision making in assisted living & home care
Product Code: NMES2106W

Being a nurse in an assisted living setting or community home care is very different from a skilled nursing facility, hospital, or clinic setting—one may be the only nurse and supervising numerous unlicensed staff. This session will explore diagnosis and management of common medical problems found in assisted living settings, including urinary tract infection...Details

Clinical Workshop Series: Behavioral Health
Product Code: 1923W

With the new regulations for behavioral health effective November 2019, the workshop will address the requirements and implementation strategies for a compliant behavioral health program in a SNF/NF. This is the third workshop in the Clinical/Nursing Best Practices Online Workshop Series. Each workshop is around 60 minutes—45 minutes for formal presentation on a ...Details

Clinical Workshop Series: Compliance & ethics program
Product Code: 1925W

A compliance and ethics program is required by the Requirements of Participation. Learn about the key elements of a compliance and ethics program to comply with the Phase 3 regulations. This is the fifth workshop in the Clinical/Nursing Best Practices Online Workshop Series. Each workshop is around 60 minutes—45 minutes for formal presentation on a topic with the rem...Details

Clinical Workshop Series: Data=Quality
Product Code: 1924W

The current healthcare environment recognizes publicly reported data as a representation of the quality of care provided in a facility. Learn how to use your facility’s data to improve quality and sustain high-level performance. This is the fourth workshop in the Clinical/Nursing Best Practices Online Workshop Series. Each workshop is around 60 minutes—45 minutes for...Details

Clinical workshop series: Incident investigations
Product Code: 2031W

The clinical leader is often the person responsible for investigation of residents; incidents and required self-reporting of potential vulnerable adult issues. Our final webinar will explore best practices in conducting investigations, documenting information and follow-through. We will discuss how to take a look at both the micro- and macro- environments of an incid...Details

Clinical workshop series: Nurses as leaders
Product Code: 2030W

Nurses are often promoted due to their clinical and organizing skills into leadership positions with little preparation for the role. You accept leadership positions to offer your gifts and talents to the organization, its staff, and those they care for. One of the foundations for success is building an effective team. In this workshop, we will explore what the trans...Details

Clinical Workshop Series: Staff Competencies
Product Code: 1921W

This workshop will focus on the requirements for nursing competencies as described in the Requirements of Participation and how to develop a library of competency tools. Participants will receive a tool to guide them in converting policies and procedures to competency documentation worksheets. This is the first workshop in the Clinical/Nursing Best Practices Online W...Details

Clinical Workshop Series: Survey Response
Product Code: 1922W

Participants will receive helpful knowledge and resources for the completion of an acceptable plan of correction. Accurate, complete, and comprehensive plans of correction will help an organization meet the federal and state requirements for SNFs/NFs. This is the second workshop in the Clinical/Nursing Best Practices Online Workshop Series. Each workshop is around 60...Details

Clinical Workshop Series: What does root cause analysis mean
Product Code: 1926W

Root cause analysis is often avoided or incompletely performed, which can lay the groundwork for ineffective problem-solving. Learn about the process for thorough root cause analysis and how to prioritize and select the causes, contributing factors, and actions that allow undesirable processes that lead to unwanted outcomes. This is the sixth workshop in the Clinical...Details

Combating coronavirus: Effective infection control in AL
Product Code: 2036W

The coronavirus disease (COVID-19) continues to impact long-term care providers lives and the lives of those they serve. Providers are battling this disease on many fronts, aiming to keep it out of settings and facing it head-on to minimize infection rates if an outbreak occurs. Effective infection control is more crucial than ever. Care Providers of Minnesota is pre...Details

Conducting Effective Internal Investigations
Product Code: 932

Beyond proving regulatory compliance, an effective internal investigation will help you implement effective quality interventions, tailor appropriate employee discipline, and end unwarranted rumors about the care provided by your organization. An ineffective or botched investigation will allow problems to fester or lull you into a false sense of security. This pres...Details

Conservators/Guardians/Adv Care Directives-Power of Attorney
Product Code: 919W

April Boxeth, Esq. of Voigt, Klegon & Rode, LLC will review conservator guardian law in Minnesota and identify when conservatorships and guardianships are appropriate. Ms. Boxeth will identify the role and legal requirements of an appointed guardian and conservator to oversee the health care decisions and financial affairs of your residents. Ms. Boxeth will define Adv...Details

Cost Accounting Practices to Prepare for New Payment System
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Cyber Security-What you need to know
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Dealing with difficult behaviors
Product Code: NMES2105W

We all have our moments; however, what are your options when a client’s behavior creates concern in staff and other clients? In this session, understand the most common difficult behaviors in older adults and why difficult behaviors occur. Attendees will gain insight on assessments, behavior triggers, and the importance of good communication. Finally, you wil...Details

Developing Excellent Customer Service Skills in LTC Settings
Product Code: 424

Customer service is the foundation of client-centered care in long-term care. Raising the bar on customer service is critical to remaining competitive and it increases client and family satisfaction. Customer service is crucial with competing providers offering similar services. What distinguishes one provider from another may be the perception of friendly, caring, and at...Details

Digital Communication - Recruiting/Marketing Success
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Disaster Planning for Long-Term Care Providers
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Elder Justice Act-What LTC Providers Need To Know
Product Code: 216

The Elder Justice Act (EJA), enacted as part of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA), sets forth a series of provisions designed to prevent and respond to abuse, neglect, and exploitation of older people. The EJA establishes reporting requirements regarding suspected crimes against residents of nursing homes. The specific reporting requirements of the...Details

Elder Sexual Violence: Awareness Intervention & Prevention
Product Code: 903W

Allegations of abuse in nursing homes have captured media attention in recent months. Sexual assault is an issue that is hard to talk about, and even harder to imagine happening to those we care for. Yet, unfortunately, it happens at increasingly alarming rates, especially to those who are vulnerable due to age or disability, including dementia. 83% of women with a ...Details

Elderly Waiver Cap Increases - Identify Opportunities
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Electronic Monitoring in NFs & ALs
Product Code: 1938W

January 1, 2020, brings new Minnesota statutes regarding resident/client authority to place electronic monitoring devices in their nursing facility sleeping rooms and assisted living apartments. This new law applies to all current nursing facilities, boarding care homes, and housing with services settings who operate as an assisted living or have a special care unit....Details

Emergency Preparedness
Product Code: 2138CW

Minnesota’s new assisted living licensure (ALL) requires compliance with new emergency preparedness requirements for your newly-licensed assisted living or assisted living with dementia care. While the ALL 144G statutes include a basic set of emergency preparedness requirements, the anticipated ALL rules include a substantial number of new emergency preparedness...Details

End-of-life Care: Preparing Families, Residents & Colleagues
Product Code: 2037W

COVID-19 has drastically altered end-of-life (EOL) care in long-term care (LTC) settings. Family participation and communication with staff and residents has been significantly decreased, there’s unpredictability about the severity of its effects on residents, and symptom onset is often rapid with high morbidity rates. All this underscores the importance of proactive...Details

Engage Your Team to Deliver Red-Carpet Customer Service
Product Code: 1737W

Are Your Employees Red-Carpet Ready? The experience you provide your residents, clients, and other customers is only as good as your least engaged employee. So, how do you get your staff to consistently deliver red-carpet customer service? Start by giving it to them. Care Providers of Minnesota is pleased to have national author and speaker Donna Cutting present an...Details

Enhancing Quality Sleep for Residents
Product Code: 1617W

How is your organization assisting residents in one of their most important physical functions—sleep? Sleep disturbances can lead to increased falls, increased illness, cognitive changes, mood and behavioral issues, weight loss, and may affect many other areas of a resident’s life. This webinar will review the basics of sleep hygiene and will explore ways the entire inte...Details

Environmental services: A vital role in infection prevention
Product Code: 2035W

With the onset of COVID-19, it has become abundantly clear how we must take the facility environment very seriously. All skilled nursing facility/nursing facility (SNF/NF) staff have obligations for the facility environment; however, one department is charged with that responsibility more than others: environmental services. Care Providers of Minnesota is presenting ...Details

Establishing an Effective Compliance and Ethics Program
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F-329 Unnecessary Medications: Nursing Facility Survey Succe
Product Code: 131

Federal survey deficiency F-329, Unnecessary Medications, is currently the MOST frequent survey deficiency issued during nursing facility surveys in Minnesota. F-329 is cited in 39.5% of all Minnesota standard surveys, compared to 19.2% nationwide. Nationally, F-329 is the seventh most common federal regulation deficiency issued. This webinar will focus on the mo...Details

F323 - Accidents and Supervision Archived Webinar
Product Code: 118

Federal survey deficiency F-323, Accidents and Supervision, is currently the second most frequent survey deficiency issued during nursing facility surveys in Minnesota. F-323 is cited in 43%-45% of all Minnesota standard surveys, compared to 32.8% nationwide. This webinar will focus on the most common situations that occur in facilities that support the issuance of a F...Details

Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA):A Briefing for LTC Providers
Product Code: 325

The Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) entitles many employees to job-protected leave. However, it is not always easy to determine whether an employer is subject to FMLA or how state laws or collective bargaining rights affect FMLA. This webinar will provide an understanding of the coverage of the FMLA, how it affects collective bargaining rights, and how it works in...Details

Fundamentals of Landlord/Tenant Law
Product Code: HMES2101W

Learning more about the complex landlord/tenant relationship is the focus of this session. General provisions under Minnesota landlord/tenant law will be discussed, including when a lease is required, and landlord and tenant covenants. Can you identify the difference between one’s role as a housing provider and one’s role as a home care services provider and ...Details

Grief & mourning: Coping with losses as a LTC professional
Product Code: 2038W

Grieving the many losses that long-term care staff experience is hard. It is hard to talk about, hard to listen to, and hard to live with. The COVID-19 pandemic has increased the number of losses, reduced the time available to grieve and mourn, and added additional losses with the inability of families to support residents. Recognizing and mourning losses is an essen...Details

Growing a Healthy Relationship—Housing & Nurse Managers
Product Code: HMNM2102W

Housing managers and nursing managers have a very important, unique, and distinctly different relationship in Minnesota’s senior housing and home care than in many other states. You’ll learn more about the position of the nurse manager in senior housing and home care settings, what laws the nurse manager must follow, and how to create a mutually beneficial re...Details

Health Information Exchange & E-Health Record in LTC
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Holistic Mental Health Interventions: Behavioral Concerns
Product code: 528

Care Providers of Minnesota is offering a second webinar by Touchstone Mental Health. This webinar is developed specifically to provide a sampling of effective holistic interventions that frontline care providers can utilize in working with older adults and seniors living with mental health concerns. Interventions presented are both evidence-based and integrative, ...Details

Honoring Resident & Family Choices: Advance Care Planning
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How the Body Keeps Score
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Human Resource Management
Product Code: HMES2106W

This session will address the important role of human resources in both the senior housing and home care sides of an organization. Topics covered will include legal compliance, wage and benefits programs, and performance management. Find out if your HR systems are adequate and in place, or if not, how to remedy. This archived webinar is a module of the 2021 H...Details

In order to survive these COVID times
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Infection Control—Keeping Your Residents and Staff Healthy
Product Code: 316

Influenza, norovirus, C diff—words that cause concern in long-term care settings. Whether one of these illnesses, or another, has affected your care setting, there are steps you can take to reduce the likelihood of an outbreak. This webinar is designed to assist you in tailoring an effective infection control program to help prevent the development and transmission of...Details

Keeping Residents and Staff Safe from Abusive People
Product code: 222

How do you handle harassing or abusive family members or visitors who violate your clients' and staff’s rights or create a volatile, dangerous, or damaging work environment? Attorneys Robert Rodè and Rebecca Coffin will offer strategies to employ before, during and after these events take place. They will prepare you for these situations and share game plans for de...Details

Keeping the Good Ones: Effective Retention Strategies
Product Code: 137

Consider that direct costs of replacing a good employee may reach 50-60% of an employee’s annual salary. Add in indirect costs and it zooms to 90-200%. Further, good employees assure that we effectively meet client needs and successfully meet organizational goals. As leaders, we create work environments that encourage employee retention through good leadership, employee ...Details

Keys to Employee Retention
Product Code: 1515W

Retaining staff is a concern of almost every organization. Higher than desired turnover demands considerable resources to recruiting & the problem is made worse by day-to-day staffing shortages. Improved retention is the solution to slow the turnstile of coming & going staff. Consider that direct costs of replacing a good employee may reach 50-60% of an employee’s annu...Details

Leadership Beyond COVID-19: Re-Ignite the Passion Within
Product Code: HMNM2105W

Lead. Inspire. Action. Leading in today’s healthcare world requires an energy that focuses on creative engagement and inspiring collaboration within an organization. This engaging presentation will provide participants with key leadership 101 strategies to form building blocks of a cohesive team, appreciating knowledge, skills, and abilities of others. This a...Details

Legal and Practical Tips - Managing Resident Trust Accounts
Product Code: 233

You are required to set up and manage resident trust accounts for your residents. The account is to be used for resident expenses. Often there are questions on what is an appropriate resident trust account expense, how to document withdrawals, what to do with the money if resident moves or dies. You must maintain and manage resident trust accounts as required by state an...Details

Legal Issues for Housing & Nurse Managers
Product Code: HMNM2103W

Discharge planning, service/lease termination, Fair Housing Law, consumer protection laws, POLST, VAA, and home care laws and rules are among the topics that will be addressed in this session. Presenters will discuss scooters and what a provider can do concerning scooter use. Clients with service, emotional support, or therapy animals will also be covered. Le...Details

Level of Care in Home and Community-Based Services: An Updat
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Level of Care in Nursing Facilities: An Update
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Living well: Helping Residents & Families
Product Code: 2040W

Helping residents and their families live as well as possible in long-term care is a challenge in the best of times. The social isolation, visitation restrictions, and other limitations imposed in long-term care because of the COVID-19 pandemic have placed additional burdens on everyone: staff, residents, and their families and loved ones. How can we provide care tha...Details

LTC Marketing: Creating Experiences/Stronger Onsite Closings
Product Code: 327

We have entered a new era of LTC. Customers are more demanding than ever before. Competition has increased. LTC providers must learn to differentiate themselves from their competition and create experiences; not give tours. It is also critical to learn the most important skill set to close the sales cycle- closing on site to the agreed upon next step. Learn how to creat...Details

LTC Marketing: Developing a Strong Referral Circle
Product Code: 332

Referrals are more than four times likely to make a move; however, most marketing directors do not perform outreach or know how to make it effective. In this webinar, you will learn a basic system that you can implement immediately to begin building a strong referral base of those who can, should, and will refer qualified leads. If your LTC business depends on referra...Details

LTC Marketing: Follow Up and Closing
Product Code: 329

The area most sales and marketing directors admit they are most challenged is follow up and closing. In this webinar, you will learn a proven phone system to begin every follow up call with three “yeses” in the first thirty seconds. Also, learn how to gain and maintain control of your follow up calls and to have purpose for picking up the phone. Get rid of call relucta...Details

LTC Marketing: Inquiry Process and Mismanaged Calls
Product Code: 326

The LTC industry has an occupancy challenge. LTC communities are struggling to fill their buildings every month and are often frustrated by the low number of tours and inquiries. Currently 43% of all initial inquiry calls are lost or mismanaged, which means almost half of the people calling are not getting their needs addressed. What if you could change one system and do...Details

Managing Conflict in the Workplace
Product Code: 340

We all experience conflict—the problem is when it becomes dysfunctional and destructive. Understanding and managing conflict effectively can decrease tension and polarization and lead to better problem solving, improved relations, and enhanced performance. The first step is understanding your role in process and how your style effects the outcome. Dysfunctional workpl...Details

Medicare Certification—Analyzing the Risks and Rewards
Product Code: 436

Opportunities for home healthcare agencies continue to grow due to the elderly population and preference of most retired Americans to be cared for in their homes. Medicare reimbursed home health services have been designed to meet the short-term skilled needs of the homebound client. While Medicare is not the only payer source of home health, many insurers require a home ...Details

Medication management in assisted living & home care
Product Code: NMES2102W

Medications are an essential part of care for many seniors, including those residing in AL communities and in their own homes. When used appropriately, medications effectively manage acute and chronic disease; however, medications also pose potential risks. Toxicity, adverse drug events (ADEs), drug interactions, pose a constant threat. The key to effective m...Details

Money Saving Ideas in Dietary
Product Code: 039

A foodservice department can be a complicated place, especially when it comes to budgets. Ever wonder exactly where your money is going? Food cost control is not cutting corners. It is keeping firm control on food costs through the various stages. The most important factors affecting food costs are menus, purchasing, portions, theft, and waste. We’ll explore the c...Details

New Laws Affecting Assisted Living
Product Code: HMNM2101W

The 2019 legislative session saw bills affecting long-term care passed and signed into law. The landmark Elder Care & Vulnerable Adult Protection Act of 2019 was the result of two years of hard work. The new laws require assisted living facilities to be licensed by August 1, 2021. Learn what the new license means for registered housing with services establish...Details

New Life Safety Code
Product Code: 1633W

This 90-minute webinar will focus on important changes resulting from the CMS adoption of the 2012 edition of the Life Safety Code (NFPA 101) and 2012 edition of the Health Care Facilities Code (NFPA 99). CMS, through our State Fire Marshals, will begin surveying for compliance with these new codes beginning November 1, 2016. Be prepared—the new codes require fac...Details

New SNF/NF Regulations: Is your facility ready?
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Nurse Documentation - Best Practices in Charting
Product Code: 416

Nurses provide excellent care and services in home care, housing with services and skilled nursing settings. In today’s regulatory world, clinical care must be well documented for the nurses to demonstrate the care and services occurred, and what they were thinking when they provided that care. The quality of your charting (or the lack thereof) can have significant ...Details

Nurse documentation—Best practices in charting
Product Code: NMES2101W

In today’s regulatory world, clinical care must be well documented for nurses to demonstrate that the care and services occurred, and what they were thinking when they provided that care. The quality of nurse charting (or the lack thereof) can have significant consequences. This session will describe how important critical thinking and creative interventio...Details


Nursing facility cost reporting & rate setting
Product Code: 2034W

Many people struggle to find interesting conversation topics when attending a dinner party. Instead of regaling dining companions with stories about celebrity gossip, recent vacations, philosophical questions, and funny stories about their children, what about entertaining guests with allowable direct care supply costs or the efficiencies of using a statewide price t...Details

Online CNA Training—Approved Curriculum in Minnesota
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Our Kitchen is Clean-Why Do We Still Get F371 Deficiencies
Product Code: 021

Each year, almost 40% of nursing facilities in Minnesota get cited for failing to store, prepare, distribute and serve food under sanitary conditions…a deficiency issued as F-371, the 5th most common deficiency, …why is that? This webinar will highlight QIS survey tools that providers should be using to stay in compliance with this regulation. Finally, the webinar will d...Details

Personalized dementia care—Bridging the gap
Product Code: NMES2103W

Personalized dementia care—Bridging the gap between the person-centered approach & the human experience. It is long-term care providers’ responsibility to help clients support a quality of life that aligns with who they are and supports all the things that are important to them. Maintaining a quality of life is crucial to everyone, including those with dement...Details

PIPP Grants: Insight for a Successful Proposal
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Practically, HIPAA - What LTC Providers Need to Know
Product Code: 422

There is no doubt about it…HIPAA has grown teeth. Enforcement activity is reaching organizations large and small, and the long-term and post-acute care (LTPAC) community is not immune. In this webinar, we will get back to the basics from a practical perspective to explain the complex provisions of the HIPAA Privacy and Security Rule, including the recent changes that s...Details

Pre-Admission Screening/First Contact
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Preventing Pressure Injury Citations
Product Code: 1833W

An in-house acquired or declining pressure injury puts long-term care providers at risk for regulatory citations and litigation. The burden on the provider is to demonstrate that the development or decline of a pressure injury was unavoidable. The interventions that are implemented within the first 24 hours are critical, as well as, on-going interdisciplinary update...Details

Preventing Pressure Ulcers
Product Code: 624

F-314 Pressure Ulcer citations are on the rise in Minnesota. F-314 is now the sixth most common deficiency issued by MDH during standard surveys. A review of 40 skilled nursing center surveys recently posted indicates that F-314 is issued in almost 39% of surveys and is the most frequently cited F-Tag at a scope and severity of “G” or above. Developing and implementi...Details

Provider Orders for Life-Sustaining Treatment (POLST) in NHs
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Quality Initiatives in Senior Housing
Product Code: HMES2102W

Does your community’s arranged home care provider have a documented, successful quality improvement program? This session will review the quality management requirement for home care, how to start a quality initiative, and available tools to assist the process. The presenter will also provide strategies for selecting improvement projects and available data so...Details

Reducing Falls in Assisted Living
Product Code: 1824W

Did you know that decreased mobility is the primary cause of falls and a decline in function for assisted living clients? In this webinar, participants will learn about exercise programs that reduce the occurrence of falls and a decline in function by enhancing the mobility, balance, strength, and endurance of assisted living clients. This webinar is presented by nat...Details

Region-Palooza—January 2021: AL Licensure/Dir Rulemaking
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Region-Palooza—January 2021: COVID-19 Situation/Data Update
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Region-Palooza—January 2021: NF Payment Cost Reports
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Region-Palooza—January 2021: Preview of Legislative Session
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Resiliency & self-care: Getting through this
Product Code: 2039W

Practicing resiliency and self-care is important to equipping individuals and organizations to get through this difficult time. Stress and risk of burnout are frequently mentioned by long-term care professionals as a negative side effect of demands of their work. In this online workshop, we will identify the impacts of burnout and stress, as well as ways to survive—a...Details

Return to Community: There’s No Place Like Home
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Self-care during a pandemic
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Selling & Marketing Senior Housing: Art & Science
Product Code: HMES2105W

In an increasingly competitive landscape, it is crucial that staff have the tools and skills necessary to meet the demanding needs of today’s informed customers. Effective sales and marketing strategies coupled with analyzing return on investment are a must in one’s toolbox. The “Art & Science of Selling Senior Housing” is built around four key components...Details

Senior Housing & Emergency Planning
Product Code: HMES2103W

Learn about the various emergency and disaster planning requirements and how to apply them to your housing setting. Identify common risks and hazards that occur in senior housing settings and how to be prepared for them to minimize injury and loss. Learn your responsibilities for compliance with state licenses and codes and local licenses and codes. This arch...Details

Sexuality and Seniors: What Care Providers Need to Know
Product Code: 931W

The number of senior citizens is growing and along with it, issues of love, intimacy and sexuality are arising in senior living communities. Sexual concerns among seniors are common, however most care providers are not adequately trained to address these issues. For such personal matters, seniors need to be able to get help from compassionate and competent long-te...Details

Show Me the Money—Payment Sources
Product Code: HMES2104W

EW, EW-CL, CADI, MA, Housing Supports (aka GRH), Medicare, managed care, private pay, long-term care insurance—do you know what these letters mean and how they affect your senior housing, home care, and other long-term care businesses? This session will review available programs and payment sources and what is and is not covered. In addition, you’ll gain a gr...Details

Successful Infection Control Strategies for AL & Home Care
Product Code: 123

Home care surveys conducted in 2010 by the Minnesota Department of Health resulted in numerous citations related to infection control. One common citation was the lack of mandatory and annual infection control in-service for both licensed and unlicensed staff as required by the home care regulations. This webinar is designed to fulfill the training requirement. Educate a...Details

Successful Infection Control Strategies for Care Centers
Product Code: 122

This enlightening webinar will provide participants with the current standards of practice in Infection Control within the new F-441 Infection Control regulation with a focus on an interdisciplinary approach to program development and implementation. Highlighted is an overview of F-441, trends in survey findings, prevention practices, review of cleaning/disinfection of eq...Details

Successful Strategies for Psychotropic Medication Reduction
Product Code: 1516W

In 2012, the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) launched the national initiative to improve behavioral health and dementia care and to reduce significantly the use of antipsychotic drugs in skilled nursing facilities. Since then, there has been a national initiative for surveyors to focus on dementia and specifically antipsychotic medication reduction....Details

Supporting ourselves in the moment—Self care for LTC
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Survey Preparation & Success; Electronic Monitoring
Product Code: HMNM2106W

Care Providers of Minnesota’s resident regulatory expert, Doug Beardsley, will go through the types of licensing orders being issued by the Minnesota Department of Health under the comprehensive home care regulations. Information presented will help you identify potential behaviors or systems that might increase the probability of receiving a licensing order ...Details

Survey Success—Home Care in Assisted Living
Product Code: 1735W

Care Providers of Minnesota resident regulatory expert, Doug Beardsley, will go through the types of correction orders being issued by the Minnesota Department of Health under the comprehensive home health statutes. Information presented will go through the survey process and help providers identify potential behaviors or systems that might increase a home care p...Details

Survey Success—Skilled Nursing Facilities
Product Code: 1820W

What are the survey deficiencies coming out of the new SNF/NF survey process? Are Requirements of Participation Phase 2 tasks being cited? What about compliance with the new Emergency Planning “E-Tags”? In this 90-minute webinar, Care Providers of Minnesota resident regulatory expert, Doug Beardsley, will guide you through what we now know about SNF/NF surveys th...Details

The good, the bad & the ugly: AL contracts, terminations...
Product Code: 2138BW

The process for terminating housing services will be changing significantly once the new assisted living law becomes effective in August 2021. Currently, housing terminations fall under the Minnesota landlord•tenant law. Will this still be the case once the assisted living law goes into effect? This session will address how providers can terminate their housing ...Details

The Good, the Bad, & the Ugly: Managing Employee Performance
Product Code: 214

In spite of good hiring and inspired leadership, all supervisors ultimately must deal with someone with Toxic Attitude Syndrome. Whether it’s crummy attitude, attendance, or just unable to do good work; employee performance issues often consume large amounts of time, energy, and emotion. In fact, 57% of employees have witnessed abusive or intimidating behavior and probab...Details

To Exempt, or Not to Exempt
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Transitioning to the New Medicare Contractor
Product Code: 336

As Care Providers of Minnesota has previously reported, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) has selected National Government Services as the new Medicare administrative contractor (MAC) for Part A/Part B Jurisdiction 6 (J6), which includes Minnesota. The transition is effective August 10, 2013. In this webinar, representatives from National Government Servi...Details

Understanding Alzheimer's Disease and Related Dementias
Product Code: 324

One of the key elements in providing quality dementia care is to understand Alzheimer’s disease and dementia, and how changes in the brain contribute to different behaviors and communication limitations. Understanding Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Dementias provides participants with a definition of dementia and its impact on a person’s ability to function. Special a...Details

Understanding Quality Measures & Connection to Payment
Product Code: 535

Care Providers of Minnesota has an on-demand webinar addressing cost reposts. This webinar focuses on quality scores & connection to payment. A New Year is around the corner and Jan 1, 2016 brings resolutions & a new nursing facility payment system. There is a significant amount of dollars available to providers for productive nursing facility operation IF providers fo...Details

Understanding the Basics:Mental Health Concerns-Older Adults
Product Code: 529

This webinar is developed specifically to address a broad overview of the most common mental health diagnoses and related symptoms experienced by older adults and seniors. Each subset of mental health diagnoses includes a description of how symptoms can impact daily life. In addition, the most common treatments or interventions to address these concerns will be bri...Details

What Is In Your Admission Packet? - 121
Product Code: 121

What is included—and what is not—in your admissions packet may have far-reaching implications. It’s important to make sure that all issues are addressed during the time of admit to avoid any misunderstandings that may be costly to the facility. This webinar has four experts to address admission topics and answer your questions on:
  • Admission agreements: Is i...Details

Workforce 360
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Workforce series: Be a great supervisor
Product Code: 2018W

Learn how to be the leader that people want as their supervisor and who brings out the best in team members. This session will focus on developing the very qualities we have observed in the supervisors we admire and appreciate. Participants will learn the qualities that make someone a positive and effective leader, the five traits of effective leaders, three key prac...Details

Workforce series: Cultural awareness in the workplace
Product Code: 1939W

Is your workplace becoming more diverse? Do you struggle with staff communication, and does your staff struggle to communicate with each other? A successful work environment is founded on effective and open communication. If you want to better understand your staff, this session will provide you with insight and strategies to do so. This session offers a personal per...Details

Workforce series: Empowering front-line staff
Product Code: 2019W

Supervisors and managers of front-line employees play a pivotal role in assuring that the people they lead are both able and eager to create outstanding resident experiences. This session will present practical skills and concepts from the tradition of servant leadership that will enable supervisors to guide, direct, coordinate, and sometimes inspire team members to ...Details

Workforce series: Hiring for keeps
Product Code: 1942W

From bedside to boardroom, senior care communities are challenged with the need to attract, retain, and develop their team members. In an increasingly competitive talent market challenged by caregiver shortages, high turnover, and an aging population with more sophisticated care needs, providers must rethink their workforce strategies—evolving recruiting, engagement,...Details

Workforce series: Hiring for success
Product Code: 1940W

Care Providers of Minnesota commissioned Martin-McAllister Consulting Psychologists—industrial psychologists—to examine the long-term care industry to gain insight on hiring and training staff. In this session, Dr. Pendergrass will discuss some of the common challenges and pitfalls in interviewing and selecting candidates for care provider roles. She will discuss pra...Details