Since the initiation of PDPM in October of 2019 providers have been long awaiting medical review from CMS program integrity to assess the accuracy of interdisciplinary team documentation. Now they are here and even though the 45-day turnaround is a quick one, no need to fret. We are here to provide you with key areas… Continue reading CMS Targeted Probe: Top 10 Things for Providers to Know
Broad River Rehab is proud to partner with NADONA to offer a new, four-part webinar series on Quality Measures. Each of these programs are eligible for 1 CE credit for both administrators and nurses. Here is the schedule for each event, along with the registration links: Part I: Quality Measurement: Applying an Understanding of the… Continue reading NADONA and Broad River Rehab Team-Up to Offer Four-Part Quality Measures Webinar Series
Broad River is pleased to announce our continued webinar series in conjunction with ACHCA and AANAC. Sign up now and earn FREE Nursing and Administrator CEUs DATA Speaks Course 2: What is My Niche? Data Driven Decision Making Continuing Education: This webinar is eligible for 1.5 CE hours Date: Wednesday, January 27, 2021 Time: 2 pm ET, 1 pm CT,… Continue reading Upcoming Data Speaks Webinar!
Broad River Rehab is pleased to announce a growing relationship with the National Association of Long Term Care Administrators Board (NAB). As we near the end of the year we want to provide a reminder of FREE NAB credits we can offer to our facility administrators. Contact us HERE for more information on course access… Continue reading Broad River Rehab Free NAB Credits for 2020!
Broad River Rehab is now an official provider of CEU credits thru the National Association of Long Term Care Administrator Board (NAB). NAB is the National authority on licensing executives in long term care dedicated to delivering quality. NAB’s members are the 50 states’ and the District of Columbia’s boards and agencies that license long… Continue reading Broad River Rehab & NAB
Broad River’s July Rehab Reflections customer training provided an in depth regulatory and implementation overview related to healthcare literacy. How would you define literacy? More specifically, how does your organization define literacy specific to healthcare learning and understanding. Let us begin with a reference sample from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS).… Continue reading Rehab Reflections: Defining Healthcare Literacy
One positive theme, and there are not many, that we have seen with the COVID-19 pandemic, is that the nation has learned that there are a lot of nursing homes across the nation. Nursing homes in their communities, full of grandparents, and aunts and uncles, moms and dads of people in their inner circles. AND,… Continue reading Patients First: Do the Little Things Right
I am writing this afternoon to encourage your participation in a letter writing campaign which I believe can make a significant impact on improving spirits and bringing a bit of joy to the vulnerable populations residing in skilled nursing facilities across the nation. The COVID-19 pandemic has provided limited opportunity for two distinct populations to… Continue reading School to Skilled Nursing Facility (SNF) Letter Writing Campaign
The headlines are everywhere. They are heart wrenching and they are real. With skilled nursing facilities across the nation moving towards limited visits in order to protect individuals from the COVID-19 pandemic, families and residents are placed in a unique and often challenging state. “How is Mom going to make it without our weekend visit?”… Continue reading Staying Close to the ones you love ♥ with Televisits
In a September 27th letter to our employees we made a promise that we would take “a different path”, that we valued the treatment and outcomes provided, and that as a result we would continue to treat our residents based on individuals needs after October 1st. We also said that this may sound “radical” but… Continue reading Broad River Rehab- “A Different Path..” Continued