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The IMPACT ACT-Meet the Behavioral Cognitive Assessment Need
The IMPACT ACT-How do we meet the Behavioral Cognitive Assessment Needs The IMPACT Act requires providers including home health agencies to report standardized patient assessment data and quality measure data to CMS.
The items in the OASIS-D will reflect changes to the neuro emotional items that will be required across all post-acute care providers. This webinar will review changes.
Describe what the IMPACT is and the purpose of the ACT
Describe components of the Neuro emotional items in the OASIS-D
Explain how to do the mental health assessment
Describe how to use the new evidence-based tools in the neuro emotional section and what the results mean
Katherine Vanderhorst, President, C&V Senior Care Specialists
Psychiatric nurse with over 20 years of clinical experience.
Previously developed clinical marketing support for Fortune 500 Pharmaceutical Companies
Sales Director for over four home care agencies
Regional Sales Director over 6 Northeastern States
Published author – co-conducted two research studies on the clinical and cost effectiveness of psychiatric home care; as well as several articles co-written with Dr. Carson on the Becoming an Alzheimer’s Whisperer Program.
Board certified Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse
General Manager over $20 million market in Western New York
Dr. Amy Craven, Vice President, C&V Senior Care Specialists
Doctor of physical therapy with over 25 years of clinical and leadership experience.
Dedicated professional regarding clinician/caregiver education on how to effectively treat the patient with Dementia.
Dr. Craven has extensive professional and personal clinical experience with those diagnosed with Alzheimer’s.
She served as Administrator of Western New York branch of a National Home Health Care Company.
Additionally, she was the Rehab Director for a National Home Care Provider.
9/27/2018 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
Webinar Webinar UNITED STATES
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