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2020 KACE Virtual Convention

  • 18 Aug 2020
  • 10:00 AM
  • 15 Sep 2020
  • 4:00 PM
  • Virtual

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KACE 48th ANNUAL

CONVENTION (Virtual) 
August 18- September 15, 

* Live webinars will be August 19-21 


17 On-Demand Education Sessions and

Vendor Booths available

10 AM Tuesday, August 18- 

4:00 PM September 15, 2020 


LIVE EVENTS:


   

Wednesday, August 19:


10:00-10:50 AM: KEYNOTE SPEAKER It's Time for a Change: Redesign and Reimagine Long Term Care for the Future Lisa Thompson, Pathway Health (1 Admin CEU)


2:00-3:40 PM: The COVID-19 experience in Assisted Living Carol Feaker, Midwest Health (2 Res Care CEUs)


Thursday, August 20: 


10:00-10:50 AM: KACE Annual Meeting KACE Board 


2:00-3:40 PM: Rising to the Call of Leadership Karen Sturchio, CEO Kansas Christian Home (2 Admin CEUs)


6:30-8:30 PM: Virtual Happy Hour via Zoom

* The Zoom link will be available on the education event's home page on August 18th 



Friday, August 21:


10:00-11:20 AM: COVID-19 Preparing for and Responding to an Outbreak Shelly Mafia, Proactive Medical Review (1.5 Admin CEUs)


2:00-3:40 PM: Resilience to thrive through, rather than merely survive, challenging times Carla Cheatham, Carla Cheatham Consulting Group, LLC (2 Admin CEUs)





ON-DEMAND EDUCATION:

 


COVID-19:




COVID-19 Infection Control Brenda Davis, Kansas Foundation for Medical Care (2 Res Care CEUs) 


COVID-19: Partnerships between the Long-term Care and Public Health Dr. Jessica Kalender-Rich KU Medical Center (1 Admin CEU)


Dementia Support in the World of COVID Michelle Niedens, KU Alzheimer’s Disease Center (1 Admin CEUs)


COVID-19 Preparing for and Responding to an Outbreak Shelly Mafia, Proactive Medical Review (1.5 Admin CEUs) - LIVE EVENT (see above)


Psychosocial Care in Nursing Homes During a Pandemic: A Social Work Perspective Robyn Lacy Social Work p.r.n. (.5 Admin CEUs) 


COVID-19 Additional Costs and Special Revenues & PDPM Evaluating/Implementing PDPM-based case mix system for Medicaid Dave Halferty, Myers & Stauffer  (1 Admin CEU)



Assisted Living:


Individual Service Plans- The Key to Delivering Patient Centered Care in Assisted Living Barb Barber, Pathway Health (1 Res Care CEU)


The COVID-19 experience in Assisted Living Carol Feaker, Midwest Health (2 Res Care CEUs) - LIVE EVENT (see above)



Leadership & Self-care:



KEYNOTE SPEAKER It's Time for a Change: Redesign and Reimagine Long Term Care for the future Lisa Thompson, Pathway Health (1 Admin CEU) - Live Event (see above)


Calm Through the Storm - Coping Well Through a Pandemic Sally King, Sally King Consulting (1 Admin CEU)


The Stress of Leadership and Practical Strategies for Stress Management Jenny Lamb, Washburn University Social Work Department (1.5 Admin CEU)


Leadership Communication Natan Alexander, Living Leadership (1 Admin CEUs)


Rising to the Call of Leadership Karen Sturchio, CEO Kansas Christian Home (2 Admin CEUs) - LIVE EVENT (see above)


Resilience to thrive through, rather than merely survive, challenging times Carla Cheatham, Carla Cheatham Consulting Group, LLC (2 Admin CEUs) - LIVE EVENT (see above)





Industry Education:


Medical Review Risks Amie Martin & Stacy Baker, Proactive Medical Review (1.5 Admin CEUs) 


Reducing Readmissions- Clinical Strategies for Operational Success Lisa Thompson, Pathway Health (1 Adm CEU)


Unique Challenges of the Healthcare Workforce: New Strategies for New Demands

Lisa Thompson, Pathway Healthcare (1 Admin CEU) 


Managing Diabetes in Long Term Care Amy Siple, ­­­­­Amy Siple Nurse Practitioner, Educator, & Speaker (1 Res Care CEUs)


Medicaid Rate Setting 101 Trescia Power, KDADS and Dave Halferty, Myers & Stauffer (0.5 Admin CEU) 


Regulated Medical Waste- Basics Rose & David Kreller, Medi-Waste (1 Admin CEU)


State of the Long-Term Care Industry in 2020 Laura Howard, KDADS Secretary (0.5 Admin CEU)


Understanding and Managing Pain Amy Siple, Amy Siple Nurse Practitioner, Educator, & Speaker (1 Res Care CEU)


Reporting Requirements for Abuse, Neglect, and Exploitation Melissa St. John KACE Resource Services (1 Admin CEU)





**Attendees will receive a link to the conference website on Monday, August 17th**


 Continuing Education Credit 

CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDIT: A total of 31 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 20 hours in the core area of Administration, and 7 hours in the core area of Resident Care. An additional 4.0 hours of Electives are available if the entire convention is attended.

Nurses will not receive elective hours


Learning objectives: 

  • Participants will understand how anticipatory grief and trauma symptoms can be seen in COVID responses in clients and staff
  • Learn specifics of safety when handling regulated medical waste.
  • Participants will be able to identify 4 key components in managing needs of individuals and families going through COVID.
  • Participants will be able to name 3-5 practical stress management coping strategies.
  • Conduct a root cause analysis of problems encountered during outbreak preparations
  • Identify at least two non-pharmacologic management strategies to control pain.
  • Identify at least 3 unique considerations for managing diabetes in long term care 
  • Understand CMS guidance that long-term care facilities must follow in regards to

    preventing and responding to COVID-19 outbreaks

  • The difference between leadership and management. This concept will change your team's perception not only of their leadership but also of themselves

  • Explain why the Direct Healthcare cost center per diem is adjusted by a Case Mix Index

  • Explain the Department’s plan for developing reporting for additional costs and special revenues
  • Analyze practical techniques to improve their resilience, emotional intelligence, and post-traumatic growth
  • Identify key SNF medical review risks based on recent audit activity
  • Review the current market shift to new payment and collaborative models
  • Review leadership strategies to prepare your organization to reduce unnecessary hospital readmission, including: organizational readiness, clinical readiness, clinical competency and quality monitoring
  • Explain five key leadership strategies to meet the new demands for positive outcomes 
  • Identify the ways the ISP helps you improve customer satisfaction and employee engagement
  • Explore and understand the leader's role in uncertain times



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