FHCA Delivered Programs
Online NIPPing Infections in the Bud
Stay tuned for 2021 training information coming soon.
FHCA's 16-hour Online NIPPing Infections in the Bud program addresses the CMS requirement for nursing centers to have an infection prevention and control system that is consistent with national guidelines and standards of practice for preventing, identifying, reporting, investigating, and controlling the spread of infections. The program is delivered over 7 days via online training sessions each day (16 hours total) from December 8-10 and December 14-17, 2020. Learn more.
ICD-10 On-demand Specialized Training
April 20 - May 14, 2021
FHCA’s 10-hour On-demand ICD-10 Specialized Training is designed to help attendees understand the ICD-10-CM Coding Manual and how to effectively use it to code and sequence resident conditions. The program is delivered through five, two-hour on-demand video sessions with post-session quizzes. Learn more.
Virtual RAI Clinical Reimbursement & Analytics Training
Online Event: March 1 - April 12, 2021 (Live Training Dates: March 16, 17 & 18)
This 18-hour online training focuses on resident assessment, restorative care, person centered care planning and quality metrics through clinical reimbursement.. The program is delivered over three, 2-hour live sessions and six, 2-hour on-demand sessions. Learn more.
Online Preceptor Provider Training
FHCA's Preceptor Provider Training prepares nursing home administrators to serve as Preceptors for students in the Administrator-In-Training (AIT) Program or College-Based Internship required for individuals who plan to become licensed nursing home administrators. This six-hour, self-directed video course has been approved by the Board of Nursing Home Administrators for Florida licensed administrators desiring to be certified. Presenters will lead attendees through the program to help qualify them to become Preceptors. Six (6) contact hours can be earned for taking the course. Any nursing home administrator who acts as a preceptor will be granted 10 hours of continuing education credit for that biennium. Cost: $199.00 members / $299.00 nonmembers Learn more.
FHCA-AHCA/NCAL Partnership Programs
Infection Prevention and Control Officer Online Training
FHCA, in partnership with the American Health Care Association (AHCA) is offering a self-study, self-paced online training covers all components of the new Infection Prevention and Control Requirements from CMS. Individuals who complete the course will be trained to effectively implement and manage an Infection Prevention and Control Program at their nursing facilities. Learn More.
Water Management Training
FHCA has partnered with American Health Care Association/National Center for Assisted Living (AHCA/NCAL) to offer an affordable, online Water Management Training course that informs long term care staff on what a water management plan is, how to identify the elements of an effective water management program, and how to develop and maintain a comprehensive water management program in your facility. Learn More.
Grief, Trauma & The Impact of COVID-19 on Residents and Staff
Grief, Trauma, & the Impact of COVID-19 on Residents and Staff is a new three-part webinar series that addresses the extraordinary strains the COVID-19 pandemic has on nursing center and assisted living facility residents and staff. The online series offers 3.5 NAB CEs or 3.0 nurse contact hours for individuals purchasing the training. Learn more.
High-Intensity Physical Rehabilitation In Medically Complex Populations
The American Health Care Association and the University of Colorado (CU) RESTORE Team are pleased to offer High-Intensity Physical Rehabilitation In Medically Complex Populations. This course will present an evidence-based approach for the implementation of a high-intensity progressive rehabilitation paradigm, offered as an evolution of current, lower intensity post-acute treatment approaches to address this constellation of needs. Rehabilitation professionals (Physical Therapist & Physical Therapist Assistant; Occupational Therapist & Occupational Therapy Assistant) will have access to an interactive multimedia learning experience including responsive, self-paced presentation of foundational concepts, simulated case scenarios, and a moderated discussion environment for learning with fellow clinicians - all informed by the latest learning science and innovative technology. Learn more.