Failing to meet the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services eligibility requirements can put patients at risk and cost your hospital millions in reimbursement funds. This one-day seminar will help you remain up-to-date on the latest changes and expectations from CMS, as well as stay on track for a safe, successful 2018.
Complement this event with Hospital Executive Briefing, which occurs the day before at each location, to create an immersive 2-day learning experience.
Who Should Attend:
The Hospital CMS Update seminar is designed to support anyone responsible for directing, coordinating, or implementing compliance with the CMS Conditions of Participation (CoPs), including survey coordinators, hospital managers, compliance officers, quality improvement directors, and risk managers.
What Will You Learn:
Joint Commission Resources and CMS experts will provide tips, tools, and insights to help you gain a greater understanding of challenging CoPs, the complicated survey process, and key CMS updates.
Tackle the Top Challenging Deficiencies
Set your hospital up for a deficiency-free survey with insights to help you navigate three critical areas—Life Safety Code®, Clinical, and EMTALA.
Most Challenging CoPs: Get the Scoop
Get tips for meeting the most challenging hospital CoPs in the Medicare and Medicaid Programs.
A Closer Look at CMS Surveys
Learn how to navigate through complaint, validation and patient safety initiative surveys.
Start and End Times
September 28th - 8:00am-4:30pm
Summary of Continuing Education Contact Hours awarded for this program:
ACCME: 7.25 - AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™ACPE: 7.25 - CEANCC: 7.25 - CECA Board of Registered Nursing: 7.25 - CECJCP: 7.25 - CJCP Credit Hours Towards RecertificationIACET: 0.0725 - CEUDownload Continuing Education Fact Sheet
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Hospital CMS Update - IL: September 28, 2017