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Northern California Chapter of GAPNA

CALTCM Fall Conference November 3rd, 2018, in Sacramento

Posted 4 months ago by Jennifer Serafin

Reducing Readmissions Through Better Transitions
UC Davis, Betty Irene Moore Hall2570 48th Street, Sacramento, CA 95817
CALTCM is pleased to host our 3rd Fall Conference in Northern CA. This year, we have collaborated with the Northern CA Gerontological Advanced Practice Nurses Association (NCCGAPNA) to bring you a series of "best practices" that are designed to help you acheive better CMS 2019 Phase 3 compliance by improving the quality of dementia care of older adults in your nursing home as well as strategizing patient-centered discharge planning and readmission reduction.
The meeting begins with a Keynote by Dr. Terry Hill who will challenge our thinking about "the dynamics of change" in long-term care by asking - How can we do better? Next, in symposium style, we will focus on identifying and improving current shortfalls in the SNF discharge process by examining a series of best practices designed to enable safer discharges from SNF to home. The morning ends with a discussion of person-centered techniques to help reduce and manage behavioral and psychiatric symptoms of dementia. The afternoon starts with two presentations of successful nursing home quality improvement projects! The first is CALTCM SNF 2.0®, now six years of improvement using INTERACT and other proven processes to reduce readmissions. Second is on the impact of CAHF Music and Memory Project, which involved 300 NHs in California implementing personalized music for residents with dementia using a structured QAPI approach. As always, we have our famous CALTCM practical workshops with CALTCM industry experts which builds on the day's presentations: All six presentations will be highlighted in interactive workshops with participants selecting one of the best practices to create their own improvement process action plan. And, finally, as anticipated, we are right behind you, supporting you through the ever changing world of long-term care rules and regulations with an end-of-day discussion forum focused on getting answers to your policy, regulatory, and legislative questions.
We are excited to provide this full day of innovative and practical educational content with time for individuals and teams to work on a best practice for your nursing home. Experts will provide guidance on "how to" so that participants leave with an improvement plan. Once again, we will be in the new, interactive learning environment at the Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing at UC Davis.  This event offers up to 7.25 continuing education credits, see accreditation page for full details.
Visit the CALTCM website to register.  GAPNA members will receive the CALTCM member rates at the Fall conference if you use the following code at checkout: "GAPNA"
PROGRAM SCHEDULE
7:00am
Registration and Exhibits Open
8:00am Welcome and IntroductionsMike Wasserman, MD, CMD & Heather D'Adamo, MD
8:10am Keynote: Navigating the Dynamics of Change in Long-Term and Palliative Care
Terry Hill, MD, CMD, FACP
8:50am Creating Safe Community Landings that Reduce Readmissions
Deb Bakerjian, PhD, APRN, FAAN, FAANP
9:05am Best Practices in SNF Discharge to Board & Care and Assisted Living
Jennifer Serafin, RN, BSN, MS, GNP-BC; Patricia Kenny, MS, GCNS, GNP-BC
9:50am Managing Medications Across TransitionsRon Ordona, DNP, FNP-BC
10:35am Break & Exhibits
10:55am NP Home-Based Care Practice: Discharging Patients without a Primary Care Provider; Deborah Wolff-Baker, MSN, ACHPN, FNP-BC, GS-C
11:40am Improving Dementia Care: The Person Centered Approach to Reduce Agitation
Mary Cocharan Abraham, RN, GNP-BC 
12:45pm Lunch - Product Theater (No CME)
1:45pm Afternoon Overview;  Heather D'Adamo, MD
1:50am Best Practice - CALTCM SNF 2.0®: Six Years of "Modernizing SNF Care for the 21st Century;  Albert Lam, MD
2:30pm Best Practice - Implementing Music & Memory: A Structured QAPI Approach
Deb Bakerjian, PhD, APRN, FAAN, FAANP
3:10pm Break & Transition to Breakout Sessions
3:30pm Action Planning Breakout Session
Session 1: Transitioning to Home & Community;  Deborah Wolff-Baker, MSN, ACHPN, FNP-BC, GS-C; Ron Ordona, DNP, FNP-BC;  Jennifer Serafin, RN, BSN, MS, GNP-BC; Patricia Kenny, MS, GCNS, GNP-BC 
Session 2: CALTCM SNF 2.0®;  Albert Lam, MD 
Session 3: Non-Pharmacological Approach to Dementia Care;  Deb Bakerjian, PhD, APRN, FAAN, FAANP; Mary Cocharan Abraham, RN, GNP-BC
 4:30pm Policy, Regulatory and Legislative Update;  Karl Steinberg, MD, CMD, HMDC
 5:00pm Closing Comments and Evaluations
 5:15pm Adjourn