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Application of CMS Quality Indicator Process in Healthcare Food Service

Start Date:
Tuesday, 22 August, 2017
End Date:
Tuesday, 22 August, 2017 11:30am
Health & Nutrition

Overview: This Webinar will only focus on Quality Measures within Healthcare Food Service settings. Actual QAPI (Quality Assurance and Performance Improvement) QA Projects, materials and strategies to promote positive outcomes across all Healthcare Food Service disciplines (Nursing Homes, Hospitals, Assisted Living, Home Health Agencies). Participants will be offered advice, materials and tools to implementation and Quality Measure that promote the delivery of quality services, and to prevent negative outcomes in dining, nutrition services.Why should you Attend:Administrators who want a better understanding of survey team approach for investigating food operationsNew Dietary Managers, who want a better understanding of QIP, processHealthcare Food Service OperatorsAllied Health Organizations (Who Team Up for Successful Food Safety)Hospital (self-operation or sometimes called "self-op") Food ServiceNursing HomesAssistant Living Homes, Organizations (interested in improving, performing CMS Quality Indicator Process, and desire heighten awareness of food safety for seniors)HHA, CMS 3819-F Modernization, Continuous Quality ImprovementsAccountable Care Organization Investment Model (AIM) seeking to control or reduce cost of outbreaksAreas Covered in the Session: Importance of effective Quality Indicators in food safety management systems:Awareness of 42 CFR Part 483, 483Use of 42 CFR §483.60 Food and Nutrition Services to improve positive outcome, quality of life for residenceHospital codes, §482.28 Food and Dietetic Services, A-0618-,provision of updated 2015, 279Understanding, Application of use, tools that measure year around quality that Administrators, Food Service Managers may use to hold staff accountableImprovement of overall QIS performance within your food service operationWho Will Benefit:Administrators who want a better understanding of survey team approach for quality improvement (QI), specific to food and nutrition servicesDining Service Directors, ManagersQAPI Team, Team LeadersNew HHA CMS 3819-F ModernizationAssistant Living Organizations, who serve many frail elderly individuals, that will benefit from quality improvement (QI) processSpeaker Profile Larry David Bowe is a Principle Consultant- Food Safety Certified Instructor with 36 plus years of experience in Hospitality, Food Safety Management, fostering positive growth and promoting opportunities for commercial as well as progressive healthcare organizations.

Larry believes in Promoting Global Food Safety as the Catalysis for organizational growth, and responsible food safety and sanitation practices as the framework that creates a culture of food safety. Larry has employed over 36 years of Food Safety Management, 18 years in Healthcare, specific to keeping seniors and those that are most vulnerable to food safety risk. Larry is the founder, and principle consultant of Food Safety Navigator, authoring topics on 'Establishing a Culture of Food Safety, 'Building a Frontline Defense' as well as offering tools that deliver 'Just in Time Solutions' to include over 450 PDF topics on food handing, safety and prevention.

Food Safety Navigator goal is to offer online, downloadable content to assist industry stakeholder's tools to 'close knowledge gaps' as well as 'correct poor performance and behavior' of front-line staff.Contact Info:Netzealous LLC -MentorHealthPhone No: 1-800-385-1607Fax: 302-288-6884 Email: support@mentorhealth.comWebsite: Sponsorship Opportunity:



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