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LTCOP Rule: Identifying and Addressing Individual Conflicts of Interest

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This is the second webinar in a series of two webinars being offered for Ombudsmen. Please join the Consumer Voice for a webinar series that will discuss the application of the LTCOP Rule in daily Ombudsman program advocacy and management. The first one was held on March 29th and discussed the "LTCOP Rule: Supporting Person-Centered Advocacy - Complaint Investigations and Abuse Reporting". This webinar will look at the "LTCOP Rule: Identifying and Addressing Individual Conflicts of Interest”.

The LTCOP Rule: Ombudsman Program Representative Advocacy, Training, and Program Management

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Two webinars are being offered for Ombudsmen. Please join the Consumer Voice for a webinar series that will discuss the application of the LTCOP Rule in daily Ombudsman program advocacy and management. There will be two webinars that will share resources and training materials for Ombudsman program representatives on the topics of complaint investigations and abuse reporting and individual conflicts of interest.

Changing the System for Complex Patients: Nursing Innovation in Action

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Join the AARP Public Policy Institute to learn about an innovative nursing-led model of care that is being widely hailed as a success. Presenters include Susan Reinhard, PhD, RN, FAAN, senior vice president and director of the AARP Public Policy Institute and chief strategist for the Center to Champion Nursing in America, and Lauran Hardin, MSN, RN, CNL, senior director of Cross-Continuum Transformation at the National Center for Complex Health and Social Needs.

What is ACL' s Interest in HCBS Quality?

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ACL is launching an informational webinar series about the agency's commitment to and development of measures for HCBS quality. This will also provide a platform among internal and external stakeholders to share developments and collaborate on efforts concerning HCBS quality. The series will host a variety of presenters from ACL, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, National Quality Forum, SCAN Foundation, ADvancing States, and others.

Webinar: Lewy Body Dementia: The Importance of Comprehensive Care and Support

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The Administration for Community Living’s National Alzheimer’s and Dementia Resource Center, in collaboration with the American Society on Aging, is hosting a webinar aout Lewy Body dementia and the importance of comprehensive care and support. This webinar provides an overview of Lewy Body Dementia (LBD) and how it differs from Alzheimer’s disease and Parkinson’s. Attendees will learn the symptoms of and treatments for LBD and how the disease affects caregivers. A person living with LBD will share first-hand experiences and compensatory strategies.

Webinar: The Promise of State Initiatives to Prevent Long-Term Work Disability

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Mathematica's Center for Disability Policy is hosting a webinar about state initiatives that are used to prevent long-term work disability. Every year, millions of Americans suffer from medical conditions that affect their ability to work. This puts them at risk of losing their jobs or being forced to rely on Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI). States could help many of these workers stay in their jobs, but promising options for doing this remain largely untested.

Webinar: A Deeper Dive into the Revised Federal Nursing Home Regulations - Part I

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The National Consumer Voice for Quality Long-Term Care is hosting webinar about the Center for Medicare & Medicaid Services' (CMS) revised federal nursing home regulations. Experts from Justice in Aging, the Center for Medicare Advocacy, and Consumer voice will take a closer look at the following sections of the revised regulations: Assessment, care planning & discharge planning; transfer-discharge; nursing services; and unncessary and antipsychotic drugs. The webinar will take place on Wednesday, February 15, 2017, from 2:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.

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