Accredited Education

Our courses are approved through the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation.

 

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Accredited Education

Risk Management Solutions consultants are wonderful trainers who are able to teach in group settings both for individual facilities and at the corporate level.

Recently our consultants have spoken at these events:

  • Ohio Healthcare Association
  • Ohio Academy of Nursing Homes
  • Kentucky Association of Homes and Services for the Aging (KAHSA)
  • American Association for Long Term Care Nursing (AALTCN)

You can also participate in one of our customized educational sessions by contacting us.


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Avoiding Unplanned Re-Hospitalizations – The Basics
1 hour
This education will cover reasons that prompted CMS to focus on avoiding unplanned hospitalization, consequences that occur with unplanned re-hospitalization, regulatory considerations associated with unplanned re-hospitalization, factors and resources important in preventing avoidable hospitalization, and reference tools and processes used to avoid and manage unplanned hospitalization.
Avoiding the Pitfalls of Pressure Injuries
1.25 hours
Participants will learn the definition, staging, contributing factors, legal and regulatory implications, and standards of nursing practice in regards to prevention, assessment, treatment, and care planning for pressure injuries.
Back to Basics: Medication Administration
1.25 hours
Participants will learn about the OBN Rules, Chapter 4723-4 Standards of Practice Relative to Registered Nurse or Licensed Practical Nurse. Basic medication documentation requirements will be discussed with an emphasis on special situations.
Behavior Management – A Best Practice
1 hour
Participants will learn about behavior types and etiologies, identification of behavior triggers, and effective techniques in managing behaviors
Customer Service for Direct Care Providers
1 hour
The learner will be able to recognize critical deliverables to promote a positive customer service experience, distinguish between positive and negative communication approaches to build a satisfying resident and caregiver relationship from the time of admission to discharge, and identify proactive measures to eliminate or decrease concerns with the admission process that can negatively impact the customer service experience.