Clinical & legal lessons learned in 1st year of AL licensure

Clinical & legal lessons learned in 1st year of AL licensure
This two-hour live webinar will address some of the issues providers have been grappling with since the implementation of the assisted living licensure law. There will be a focus on clinical issues and the impact other aspects of the law have on clinical operations. For example, how do the physical plant and emergency preparedness requirements influence a provider’s approach to providing care? This webinar will also address how to balance situations in which a provider’s approach to resident safety may be in conflict with the licensure law. There will be ample opportunity for live questions and answers.

Learning objectives
  • Outline the major clinical changes experienced by the implementation of 144G
  • Share strategies for implementing newer regulatory requirements
  • Identify best practices for addressing short staffing, lack of staff consistency and competitive pressures to regain census

Speaker imageMichelle Klegon
Attorney, Klegon Law Office, Ltd.

Michelle Klegon is an attorney at Klegon Law Office. She practices in the areas of health law and employment law and has been representing nursing facility, home care, housing and assisted living providers since 1991. Ms. Klegon advises nursing facility, home care and assisted living providers on survey and other regulatory matters and assists housing providers with fair housing issues, contract drafting and review, and conflict resolution. She also advises employers regarding discrimination issues, policy and procedure drafting, conflict resolution, and a variety of other employment law matters. Ms. Klegon regularly conducts provider trainings on all of these topics.

Speaker imageLores Vlaminck, RN, BSN, MA, CHPN
Principal Consultant, Lores Consulting

Lores Vlaminck has been a provider of consulting, training, and mentoring for hospice, assisted living, home health care and palliative care; providing mock surveys, audits, regulatory consultation, education, mentoring and advice as well as assistance in developing post audit correction plans for the past 17 years. Through Lores Consulting, LLC, Lores draws on her 46 years of professional nursing experience to empower her client agency and facility providers to reach their greatest potential. Her extensive nursing background includes clinical practice in cardiac and intensive care, clinical services as well as serving as a founder/director of a home care and hospice agency for 19 years in greater Minnesota. In addition, Lores is an approved trainer for the ELNEC curriculum, has both her BSN and Master’s degrees from Bethel University, St. Paul, MN, and is a grandmother to 11 wonderful grandkids.

Event details
DATE: Monday, August 22, 2022
TIME: 10:00 AM–12:00 PM CST
COST: $129/member registrant; $160/non-member registrant
CEUs*: Care Providers of Minnesota will apply for 2.00 clock/contact hours.
CODE: MN23-92229

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8/22/2022 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

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