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2019 Joint Provider - Topeka

  • 13 Nov 2019
  • 9:00 AM - 4:15 PM
  • Topeka (Capital Plaza Hotel, Sunflower Ballroom-Maner Conf. Ctr., 1717 SW Topeka Blvd., Topeka, KS 66612

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2019 Joint Provider 

Workshop


Freedom of Choice: Resident Centered Nutrition 

    

November 13, 2019

9:00 A.M. - 4:15 P.M.

$99.00 Per Person
Sunflower Ballroom-Maner Conf. Ctr. 
Capitol Plaza Hotel
17th and Western Ave
Topeka, KS 66612



Agenda: 


8:00 A.M Registration 


Please note that registration must be paid prior to the event. 


   
  
OBJECTIVES

Presentation: Regulatory Update for Long-Term Care  


9:00 - 10:45 A.M. - 2 Admin CEU Hours


Program Description: 

CMS over the past 3 years has released in three phases the most comprehensive overhaul of the conditions of participation for long-term care. This session will review the key changes in the regulations in each of the primary F tags impacting dining services. These would include F 692 Nutrition and Hydration, F 693 Tube Feeding and Hydration and the entire section that is a road map for operating dining services starting with F801 Qualified Staff to F811 Feeding assistants.  A major change in the new regulations is the emphasis on person centered care and ensuring that operations allow self-directed living and preserve both function and dignity. This session will offer valuable insights on operating policies and procedures to ensure key policies are revised and up to standard for the new regulatory process. The tools used by surveyors will be reviewed as well as examples on how to include them in an operations quality control program.


Learning Objectives: 

  • Be able to describe the impact to dining services under all 3 phases of revised CMS regulations for dining services in long term care.
  • Be able to analyze policies and procedures for compliance with new regulations for dining services in long term care.
  • Be able to state location of training tools and resources to develop education for dining staff in long term care.
  • Be able to use the CMS surveyor worksheets and dining operations checklist and identify quality and regulatory concerns and potential corrective actions.




10:45 - 11:00 A.M. Vendor Break 




Presentation: Sanitation Monitoring Strategies for Administrators 


11:00 A.M. - Noon - 1 Admin CEU Hour

Program Description:

In this session we will take a virtual walk through a dining operation and see visual examples of potential sanitation violations.  F812 is the CMS requirement to prepare and store food in a safe and sanitary manner and is one of the most commonly written deficiencies for long term care. In this session the participant will not only learn how to avoid deficiencies but how to spot check to identify sanitation concerns and learn how to correct them with effective staff training and competencies. A checklist for kitchen walkthrough will be presented that can be used on daily rounds to insure a compliant and quality dining operation. Federal surveyor worksheets will be used to study a sample kitchen and formulate an action plan for correction.


Learning Objectives:

  • Identify the “red flags” and most common deficiencies in regulatory compliance for safe food handling.
  • State minimum and suggested training standards for food handling competency critical for compliance with sanitation regulations.
  • Utilize dining rounds procedure and kitchen sanitation checklist to ensure daily compliance.
  • Implement an effective training plan for competent food handlers in a kitchen operation.


Noon - 1:15 P.M. Lunch Break 

(Lunch on your own)




Presentation: Nutritional Standards and Documentation “must do” for in Long-Term Care


1:15 - 2:35 P.M. - 1.5 Res Care CEU Hours


Program Description:

In this session the current evidenced based practice for nutritional standards for elderly in long term care will be reviewed. Common “myths” will be discussed and current research that supports appropriate clinical nutrition standards will be presented including addressing unintentional weight loss, healing pressure ulcers, prevention and care of UTI’s, texture modified diets and minimum dietary nutrient standards for compliance with federal regulations. F692 clearly outlines the expectations for assessment and monitoring of the resident in long term care. This session will examine the data, the analysis, and the documentation that needs to be included in the medical record to avoid avoidable deficiencies by demonstrating care is provided and meets a resident’s individual wishes and needs. Skills will be practiced using a case study demonstration of an incomplete nutritional assessment and correction actions to more clearly document the assessment of needs and provision of nutritional care.


Learning Objectives:

  • Identify evidenced bases practice in the nutritional care of weight loss, pressure ulcers, UTI’s, diabetic, cardiac and renal care for elderly residents in long term care.
  • Dispute common myths that are no longer supported by current evidenced based practice such as cranberry juice for UTI’s and use of albumin level in determining malnutrition.
  • State the minimum nutritional menu standards for long term care.
  • Analyze a nutritional assessment and care plan to insure appropriate nutritional care is being provided to a resident.



2:35 - 2:50 P.M.Vendor Break 





Presentation: Creating a Person Centered Care Dining and Hospitality Program 


2:50 - 3:40 P.M. - 1 Res Care CEU Hour


Program Description: 

Outlines an 8-step process to learn a community’s “resident voice” and implement dining service changes that meet the desires of residents. At the end of the 8 steps a community would have their own hospitality program, dining services standards, and training process for dining staff for meal services.


Learning Objectives:

  • Utilize resident interviews, dining room observations tools and survey data to develop an action plan for dining services.
  • State the process for implementing a dining strategy using 8 planning steps.
  • Write a “dining prescription” for dining services.
  • State the 8 key aspects to a hospitality program using the resident centered model.



Presentation: KDADS Survey, Certification and Credentialing Update 


3:40 - 4:10 P.M. - .5 Admin CEU Hour


Program Description:

The Director of SC&C will provide an agency update and discuss changes to plan of corrections and desk revisits. 




CONFERENCE DETAILS: 


Topeka: There is no block of sleeping rooms held at this location.

  
SPEAKERS:

 

Kimberly Carr Fremont MSEd/RD/LD

Kim Carr Fremont has been involved in healthcare and long-term care for over 35 years and has experience in all aspects of nutritional care and food services in both long-term care and acute care settings. As the Vice President of Health Technologies Kim is responsible for overseeing consulting services to over 900 client facilities in 18 states, as well as hiring, training and coordination the services of the 145 Health Technologies RD’s.

Kim’s background includes a Bachelor of Science in Medical Dietetics from the University of Illinois at the Medical Center, Chicago and a Master’s in Education and Instructional Technology from Southern Illinois at Edwardsville. Kim has been a featured speaker at numerous local, state and national healthcare conferences and authored numerous publications in use at HTI today.  

Today’s healthcare facility must provide up to date nutritional care in a challenging environment while not sacrificing that home like touch and hospitality. Kim’s passions included training and education to assist our RD’s and clients in providing the very best in dining services.

 

Dawne Stevenson RN, Director of Survey, Certification and Credentialing 


Dawne has been a nurse for 16 years, and she is currently licensed in the state of Kansas and Missouri. Dawne has been a staff nurse, agency nurse, Director of Nursing (at a LTCU and a NFMH), a Health Facility Surveyor and the Quality Improvement Coordinator for the NE Region in Kansas. Dawne also served as the CARE Program Manger at KDADS from 8/17-8/18.  Dawne became a CNA at 14, and her passion has always been the elderly population in Kansas. Her goal as the Director of SC&C is to ensure that Kansas elders receive the best care and treatment by providing a positive customer service experience with Kansas providers.



                               


  Continuing Education Credit 

CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDIT: A total of 6 continuing education clock hours are approved for this event  for adult care home administrators and registered operators by the Kansas Department for Aging and Disability Services (LTS# A1427). This includes 3.5 hours in the core area of Administration, and 2.5 hours in the core area of Resident Care. Hutchinson Community College is approved as a provider of continuing education by the Kansas State Board of Nursing. This course offering is approved for 6 contact hours applicable for RN, LPN, or LMHT re-licensure. Kansas State Board of Nursing provider number LT0101-0527.




The Joint Provider Training Series is brought to you through a collaboration with the Kansas Department for Aging and Disability Services, LeadingAge Kansas, the Kansas Health Care Association and the Kansas Adult Care Executives



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