Educational Series

Virtual Offerings


COVID-10 Pandemic Response Webinar Series

 

The Novel Coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19) has challenged all long-term care facilities to make modifications to their day-to-day care and services to achieve compliance with all of the Infection Control restrictions being mandated by Federal, State, and local governments.  This pandemic will have a significant impact on the psycho social well-being of residents and staff due to the limitations on movement within the facility environment, a moratorium on visitation, and a shrinking caregiving staff as the virus continues to spread exponentially.

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2020 ICD-10 Coding Training for SNFs Background for State Affiliate Staff

The Patient Driven Payment Model (PDPM) relies on rapid and accurate patient assessment and diagnosis, and on MDS and ICD-10 coding to determine payments for each SNF patient.  Incorrect or insufficient coding can significantly impact the payment rate for each patient.

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VGM/CE Solutions

VGM/CE Solutions is offering IHCA/INCAL members 25% off all NAB courses (through August 30). They provide CE approved courses (NAB approved) for Skilled Nursing facilities and Assisted Living Communities. They provide CE approved courses (NAB approved) for Skilled Nursing facilities and Assisted Living Communities.

  • Use the code: NHAINHCA25 https://www.discovercesolutions.com/vgmed (utilize the Buy Online option then go to the Nursing Home Administrator (NAB) category to locate all of the NAB credit courses)
  • *New COVID-19 Course Available: ALL123 Coronavirus (COVID-19) Access this FREE course HERE, use the Security Keyword: ceslearning20

 

HomeCEU

This is an online webinar resource that provides CE courses for dietitians, nurses and therapists.

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Barbara Speedling’s Education Station

The Education Station offers video presentations of all of the mandatory inservice referenced in F941-F947, along with lesson plans, competency evaluations, power point presentation, certificate of completion, and additional policy and resource materials.  Additional videos on topics related to trauma-informed care, behavioral health, dementia care, and therapeutic activity will be added as the year progresses.  All materials will be refreshed at the start of each new year and a new password assigned.  The attached the introduction flyer explains the subscription service. *These webinars are not CE approved but meet CMS requirements for staff orientation and required annual education.  This service is currently available to members at a reduced annual subscription rate, that information can be found here:

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Institute for Excellence in Memory Care

The Institute for Excellence in Memory Care offers CE approved webinars, as well as, in-person dementia care certification courses.

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CareCEUS

This website offers courses for Nursing Home Administrators, Nurses, Assisted Living Administrators and other disciplines.  The webinars are NAB approved.

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COVID-19 Pandemic Response Webinar Series


COIVD-19 Pandemic Response Webinar Series

The Novel Coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19) has challenged all long-term care facilities to make modifications to their day-to-day care and services to achieve compliance with all of the Infection Control restrictions being mandated by Federal, State, and local governments.  This pandemic will have a significant impact on the psycho social well-being of residents and staff due to the limitations on movement within the facility environment, a moratorium on visitation, and a shrinking caregiving staff as the virus continues to spread exponentially.

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Session I: Addressing Stress and Anxiety Resulting from the COVID-19 Pandemic REGISTER HERE

Session II: Modifying Therapeutic Activity and Psychosocial Services to Meet the Individual Needs of All Residents REGISTER HERE

Session III:  Trauma-Informed Care: Recognizing and Responding to Residents with Special Needs  REGISTER HERE

 

Recruitment & Retention Leadership Series


Recruitment & Retention Leadership Series

We are excited to partner with Drive Leadership & Coaching to present the Recruitment and Retention Leadership Series. The series consists of five high-energy, information-packed, 90-minute webinars and two inspiring in-person sessions over the course of seven months on important topics related to culture-driven recruitment and retention.
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May 13, 2020 Evolving: Keep People Performing at Their Best

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PDPM Master Class Series


IHCA/INCAL is excited to partner again with Proactive Medical Review to present the PDPM Master Class Webinar Series. This 12-month webinar series focuses on developing mastery of the skills required to successfully lead clinical reimbursement excellence under PDPM.

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MDS PDPM Series


MDS PDPM Series – Now Available On-Demand

IHCA/INCAL is partnering with Proactive Medical Review to present the MDS PDPM Assessment, Coding & Systems Orientation & Proficiency Series that is now available on-demand.

This six session webinar series provides MDS section-by-section coding guidance under PDPM and insights for optimal data collection, supportive documentation,
and consistent coding accuracy. Live sessions are completed weekly over six weeks and review key MDS sections under PDPM.

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5-Star Insights


5-Star Insights | Achieve 5-Star in 2020 | 10-Part Webinar Series

We’re pleased to partner with Proactive Medical Review to present this 10-part webinar series that will focus on advancing results in the three domains of the CMS 5-Star Quality Rating System: Health Inspections, Staffing, and Quality Measures. You will gain insight into how the health inspection, staffing, quality measure, and overall rating is calculated. Tips on how to analyze your data and develop an effective action plan to achieve 5-Star status will be emphasized, along with practical facility application of QAPI elements to drive your 5-Star Ratings.

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Our Education Partners


We’re proud to collaborate with Indiana’s leading education consultants to bring a wide spectrum of education programs to foster career development for the long term care professionals of our state.

Success Development, Inc.

Success Development, Inc. (SDi) and it’s Founder, Vivian Wright-Defrees, has been an integral education partner since 2000. SDi is one of the oldest individual / group / employee / organizational development firms in the mid-west. With over 20 years experience and using Success Development’s distinctive areas of expertise, they help others build success through coaching, consulting, resource identification, speaking, training, support and advanced technologies. Because reputation and client relationships are so important, SDi goes to great lengths to meet and exceed client expectations. SDi provides the HFA & RCA courses, NAB and Indiana Jurisprudence exam prep courses, Social Service Designee courses and the Preceptor courses.

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The Indiana Society for Post-Acute and Long-Term Care Medicine (IMDA)

IMDA is a professional association of clinicians and other practitioners working in the long-term care continuum.  IHCA/INCAL and IMDA share a common goal of promoting and advocating on behalf of the post­-acute and long-term care professions.

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Indiana State Department of Health & University of Indianapolis Programs for Long Term Care Professionals

 

QSource/Atom Alliance

The atom Alliance Nursing Home Collaborative is a five-year, five-state initiative to ignite powerful and sustainable change in healthcare quality. Through atom Alliance, AQAF in Alabama, IQH in Mississippi and Qsource in Indiana, Kentucky and Tennessee are carrying out an exciting strategic plan, with programs in place to convene, teach and inform healthcare providers, engage and empower patients, and inspire, share knowledge and spread best practices with communities across the entire healthcare continuum.

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Indiana Person Directed Care Coalition (IPDCC)

IPDCC is a group of people from various organizations working to improve the lives of nursing home residents in Indiana by advocating for culture change.

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