Upcoming Medical Conferences in Lewis CenterSearch Criteria : United States of America Lewis Center
Dec 06, 2019 | Lewis Center, Ohio
35th Annual School Health Update Conference is organized by Nationwide Children’s Hospital and will be held on Dec 06, 2019 at Nationwide Hotel & Conference Center, Lewis Center, Ohio, United States of America. Conference topics will include: • Epilepsy • Oral health • Skin conditions • Playground injuries • Behavioral health • AND MORE! Additional details will be posted as soon as they are available.
Jan 28 - 29, 2020 | CE Hours 11.00 | USD $700 | Lewis Center, Ohio
The Essential MDS 3.0 Course is organized by Ohio Health Care Association (OHCA) and will be held from Jan 28 - 29, 2020 at Ohio Health Care Association, Lewis Center, Ohio, United States of America. Credits: This program has been approved for a maximum of 11 hours of continuing education credit for nursing home administrators (Ohio BELTSS) and nurses. Description: Understanding the MDS 3.0 is critical to all departments within the skilled nursing facility. This class will review the MDS 3.0 in detail from start to completion. A thorough review of each section of the MDS will be held. The course reviews all components of the Minimum Data set, the rules governing it's completion and the management of the MDS process. The class is designed to follow a logical progression from the use of the MDS manual through the use of the completed MDS and its data including an explanation of the Care Area Assessments. What You Will Learn: • Understand Use of MDS 3.0 RAI Manual • Thorough Review of MDS 3.0 by Section • Detailed Coding by Section • Explain Use of Completed MDS and Data Derived from the MDS • Understand the CAAs • Explain how CAAs are linked to the MDS 3.0 • Explain the Purpose and Function of the CAAs and the Benefit to the Facility and Resident • Explain how the IDT can use the CAAs • Explain how to Successfully “Work the CAAs” • Using CAAs to identify strengths/problems and to analyze assessment changes • Identify Best Practices for Developing Resident Centered Care Plans Using the CAAs