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Abuse, Neglect, and Exploitation in Nursing Homes Training

American Medical Compliance

The following Abuse, Neglect, and Exploitation in Nursing Homes Training educates healthcare personnel (HCP) on how to properly recognize and prevent elderly abuse from occurring in nursing homes. This training aims to foster a safer environment for nursing home residents. AMA PRA Category 1 Credits.

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3 Key Elements of the OIG’s Nursing Home Compliance Framework

Healthicity

Compliance professionals in the nursing home sector are well aware of the many ways government agencies survey, audit, and enforce regulatory compliance. Nursing homes have seen significant enforcement over the last few years, and the U.S.

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3 Compliance Considerations for Mental Health Treatment in Nursing Homes

Healthicity

Depression and psychiatric conditions are relatively common in the elderly and nursing home residents. However, compliance professionals need to be aware of proper medical necessity, coding, and documentation when it comes to providing psychotherapy services for nursing home residents.

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What Compliance Teams Need to Know About the OIG’s Focus on Nursing Homes

Healthicity

Health and Human Services Office of Inspector General (OIG) recently signaled an even stronger focus on nursing homes. The OIG plans to more closely scrutinize nursing home compliance in their work plans, audits, and oversight.

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Nursing Home Arbitration Agreements: Recent Trends in Citation Risks and Solutions

Hall Render

In 2023, nursing homes have seen increased citations by surveyors for noncompliance tied to their pre-dispute, binding agreements for binding arbitration with their residents. The Arbitration Regulations revised the requirements for arbitration agreements when they are used by nursing homes to resolve disputes with their residents.

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Our Nursing Home Industry – A National Scandal

HIT Consultant

My commitment to this work has led me to build innovative programs both in the community and in skilled nursing facilities, designed to provide more and better-focused care to our frail elderly. According to Bureau of Labor Statistics data 1 , the number of workers employed at nursing care facilities nationwide has declined by 15%—from 1.59

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NY Nursing Home Minimum Staffing Assessments Set to Begin

Healthcare Law Blog

On June 30, 2023, the New York State Department of Health (DOH) issued a notice to nursing home operators and administrators announcing that it will begin conducting assessments on July 10, 2023 of nursing homescompliance with the State’s minimum staffing requirements.