This webinar will cover the nursing services section from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) hospital Conditions of Participation (CoPs) manual. Many changes made to the hospital nursing chapter of the CoPs manual are still awaiting interpretive guidelines and survey procedures.
This program will discuss often cited areas of the CoPs manual regarding nursing care, including plans of care, staffing, policy changes, documentation, supervision, nursing leadership, verbal orders, and more. Nursing services have been cited over 8,900 times, according to the most recent report.
Other past changes to the nursing section include timing of medications, standing orders, plan of care, verbal orders, blood transfusions, IV medication, self-administration of medications, and drug orders.
This program will also reference the ever-changing non-discrimination regulations of Section 1557 and will briefly cover other sections of the manual that impact nursing.
The MHA Health Summit is the premier educational opportunity to jump-start member learning for a new season. This one-of-a-kind event will offer a trade show and a wide range of educational topics to include emerging health equity trends; population health and quality improvement best practices; advances in telehealth; rural health transformation; how to be an effective leader; the future of healthcare; and much more. We are now accepting abstract submissions and speaker proposals for this in-person event.
The MHA virtual roundtables are designed to provide healthcare compliance professionals and their teams the knowledge and tools needed to maintain compliance programs and to stay up-to-date with emerging regulatory developments. These bi-monthly meetings will feature brief presentations and engaging discussions.
The MHA Corporate Compliance Conference is designed to provide healthcare compliance professionals and their legal advisors with the knowledge and tools needed to maintain compliance programs, as well as enable a response to emerging regulatory developments.
The faculty is comprised of compliance professionals, members of the legal profession, and other experts.
Participants will learn from the real-life experiences of their peers and from others who dedicate themselves to ensuring that healthcare organizations continue to provide high-quality services while preventing and detecting violations of law.
The 2024 Montana Healthcare Conference (formerly the MHA Fall Convention & Trade Show) is Montana’s largest gathering of healthcare professionals. A partnership between the Montana Hospital Association and the Montana Primary Care Association, this event will attract attendees from nearly every hospital and community health center in Montana. More than 450 participants include CEOs, administrators, trustees, chief financial officers, human resources executives, physicians, nurse leaders, clinic managers, quality improvement professionals, risk managers and emergency preparedness planners and many others.
The 2025 Montana Healthcare Conference is a collaborative event offered by the Montana Hospital Association and co-sponsored by the Montana Primary Care Association. It is the largest healthcare education opportunity in Montana. Participants experience interdisciplinary topics with a focus on general trending issues. By partnering with affiliate organizations in the state, we can offer education targeted to their members’ needs.
The event offers three keynote sessions, multiple concurrent sessions, networking opportunities, the largest exhibitor trade show in the state, and more. Participants from every facility in Montana can expect to gain insight into leadership, new technology, industry trends, quality excellence, and human motivation.