Product Code: ALNM2206
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 interventions are in nursing practice, and how to document “best practices.” Nurses must document sufficiently to best serve residents, protect their nursing license, and avoid liability. A nurse must demonstrate good nursing documentation and understand its importance.
This webinar is part of the 2022 Assisted Living Education Series.
- Review the purpose & core clinical & legal standards of clinical documentation
- Strategies & best practices—what to do & what not to do
- Timeframes for retention of documentation
Robert Rodè, Esq
Attorney/Partner, Voigt, Rodè, Boxeth & Coffin
Robert Rodè is a partner with Voigt, Rodè, Boxeth & Coffin, LLC. Rob serves elder care providers including LTC, AL/CBRF/RCAC/HWS, home health, rehab, adult day, hospice and independent living and the licensed professionals in all settings. Rob works with clients on issues like regulatory/legal compliance, surveys/appeals, complaint investigations, behaviors, discharges/evictions, contracts, dispute resolution, employment, CHOW and start-ups, licensing, ethics and AR. Rob is a frequent speaker, arbitrator, adjunct professor, active with various state and national provider and legal associations and was named as one of the “50 for the next 50” innovative leaders in older adult services and a “super lawyer” by Minnesota Law & Politics.
CPM Service Corporation has contributed funds to offset part of the costs for the Assisted Living Nurse Managers' Education Series & the Assisted Living Managers' & Directors' Education Series
Original Air Date: 04/05/2022
Length: 90 minutes
Category: Senior Housing, Assisted Living, & Home Care
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