Goal-Driven Restorative Nursing
AUDIO CONFERENCE ON CD OR ON-DEMAND
Sponsored by: The Long-Term Care Restorative Nursing Desk Reference
presented on February 25, 2010
Create and maintain a goal-driven restorative nursing program that improves your residents' quality of life
This 90-minute presentation gives you the information and tools you need to develop and maintain a successful restorative nursing program that meets Medicare reimbursement requirements and improves the quality of life for your residents.
At the conclusion of this program, participants will be able to:
- Identify elements of a goal-driven restorative nursing program
- Identify the Medicare reimbursement requirements for restorative nursing programs and ensure their program meets these requirements
- Implement restorative nursing processes that improve residents’ quality of life and help them reach their highest level of functional ability
- Identify best practices for restorative nursing care planning
- List the benefits, both to the residents and the facility, of a successful restorative nursing program
TAKE A LOOK AT OUR AGENDA
- Regulations and restorative nursing
- Background information and definition
- Regulations and relationship to F309
- Criteria for Medicare Part A and Medicaid reimbursement
- Structure of a goal-driven program
- Staff responsibilities and support
- Establishing transfer and discharge criteria
- Care planning
- Best practices for documentation
- How to individualize care plans
- Examples of restorative nursing care plans
- Pain management
- Urinary incontinence
- Benefits of a successful restorative nursing program
- Positive effects on QI/QM
- Improves quality of life
- Referral source
MEET THE SPEAKERS
B.J. Collard, RN, BSN, CPHQ, RAC-CT, is founder of CTS Inc, a nurse consultation and education firm in Denver, CO. She has been a long-term care educator, consultant, and author for 20 years. Collard is a recognized authority on restorative nursing, having successfully completed a grant awarded by the Federal Administration on Aging to develop a model for delivery of restorative programs in nursing homes. She is a charter member of the American Association of Nursing Assessment Coordinators (AANAC) and served on AANAC’s original board of directors for six years.
Bonnie Foster, RN, BSN, Med
Bonnie Foster, RN, BSN, Med, is an independent long-term care consultant who has worked in geriatric care for 40 years. Her wide-ranging background as a CNA, charge nurse, staff development coordinator, director of nursing, and state surveyor for federal certification sets the foundation for her expertise as a skilled trainer in long-term care. Two of her key skill areas are organizing nursing departments and teaching leadership skills. Foster is a national lecturer on topics including the MDS, resident care plans, restorative nursing, and documentation.
BONUS MATERIALS INCLUDED IN YOUR MATERIAL PACKET!
In addition to the expertise and information presented during this audio conference, you'll also receive these helpful “take-aways” provided within your materials pack:
- Examples of care plans
- Range of motion
- QI/QM analysis tool
- Documentation examples
- Trigger for compliance
- Restorative Nursing Evaluation Form
These materials are provided with PDF links.
WHO SHOULD LISTEN?
SNF administrators, DONs, MDS coordinators, restorative nurses, unit managers, nursing management, charge nurses, social workers, safety directors, activities directors, therapists, dietary professionals, CNAs, and interdisciplinary team members
Purchase a CD or an audio on-demand of the audio conference and listen when you can. It's also a perfect training tool for new staff or as a refresher for veteran staff.
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