For hospitals to participate in and receive payment from the Medicare and Medicaid programs, they must meet the eligibility requirements for program participation and obtain a certification of compliance with the Conditions of Participation (CoPs) set forth in federal regulations. These health and safety standards are the foundation for improving quality and protecting the health and safety of beneficiaries.
In this 12-part series participants will gain a better understanding of the CMS survey process, the statement of deficiencies, and Plan of Corrections. You will also receive detailed information about specific CMS Conditions of Participation (CoPs), including Nursing Services, Medical Record Services, Food and Dietetic Services and Utilization Review, to name a few. Overall, this webinar series will provide you with a comprehensive overview of what hospitals need to know relative to compliance with CMS.
After completing this activity, the participant should be able to:
Explain the different CMS-related components, including CoPs, the CMS survey process, the statement of deficiencies and Plan of Corrections
Identify common compliance issues related to CMS
Discuss strategies to stay in compliance with CMS
This activity is relevant to hospital accreditation and state compliance leaders, including clinical and regulatory professionals, risk managers, human resources and patient safety professionals, medical staff, nursing staff, and others involved in evaluating individual performance.erformance.
The sessions and recordings can be accessed through the Learning Management System. Access to the content will be available for one year after the release date of each session.
You can participate in the the event on the premier date or watch the recordings at any time thereafter. Refer to the Webinar Schedule for details. Access to the content will be available until January 19, 2023.
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