Activity Series | CMS Surveyor Guidance: Activities
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April 13, 2021
Health Care Association of Michigan
Tougher surveys...more cited activity deficiencies...changes in the survey process...more focus on quality of life issues...care being provided to residents with dementia...end of life care...reduction of antipsychotics...COVID-19 challenges. It seems that many of the areas of survey now involve activities. Will your facility and activity department be prepared for this concentrated survey focus? Will your facility and activity department be able to stand the scrutiny? This session will focus on the specific changes in the survey process that have occurred as a result of revised CMS survey guidance, and offer strategies as to how a facility can meet those expectations. If you want to learn how the surveyors are being instructed to evaluate activities in nursing homes, presented by a speaker who served on the CMS panel of experts responsible for the revision of the guidelines, this is the one session to attend!Expand summary
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