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A-la-carte PDPM-Related Best-Practice CE Eligible PDPM Academy Webinars - IHCA

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A-la-carte PDPM-Related Best-Practice CE Eligible PDPM Academy Webinars

January 1, 2021 12:00 am EST - December 31, 2021 12:00 am EST

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Members: $150 | Non-Members: $650

About This Event


In-depth education will include seven pre-recorded webinars with continuing education (CE) credits and accompanied by AHCA-developed guidance, tool kits, or other resources. The seven (CE) educational webinars will be held throughout 2020 as they are completed. The topics include:

  • Getting Older is not for the Weak: An Evidence-Based Approach for Improving Mobility AVAILABLE NOW!
  • Identifying and Managing Residents with Complex Nursing and NTA Needs AVAILABLE NOW!
  • Restorative Nursing and Skilled Maintenance Nursing and Therapy AVAILABLE NOW!
  • Trend Tracker and Other Sources to Monitor Quality Impact of PDPM AVAILABLE NOW!
  • Medical Director’s Role in the SNF PDPM World AVAILABLE NOW!
  • It’s Called PDPM for a Reason AVAILABLE NOW!
  • Effective Care Transitions at Admission and Discharge

Each topic will be 1 Hour

These resources are a considerable value to AHCA members.  Private consultancies will charge several hundreds of dollars for the resources and the seven hours of CE eligible training on the topics above.

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