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Be Prepared: Don’t Let the RoP 2 & 3 Phase You - A Virtual, Live Training

This virtual, live training is designed to help participants get survey ready and improve quality care by expanding their knowledge and understanding of the Phase 2 updates and Phase 3 new guidance in CMS' Requirements of Participation for skilled nursing centers. Deborah Franklin, FHCA's Senior Director of Quality Affairs, will discuss the impacts of the Phase 2 and 3 changes, including focused F-tag updates, revisions to Appendix PP-State Operations Manual, staff training requirements and updated surveyor guidance.

Participants will also receive electronic resources and tools to assist with developing the necessary education, policies and protocols for compliance with the new regulations. Learner knowledge will be tested with a post-training quiz.

Nursing Home Administrators and Corporate Executives, Directors of Nursing and ADONs, Behavior Health Providers, Social Services, MDS team members will all benefit from this program.

Virtual, Live Broadcast Program: How It Works

  • Delivered via a two-hour live, virtual training session on January 19, 2023
  • Training Date: Registered attendees will access the live broadcasted training via Zoom on January 19, 2023, from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. EST.
  • Training Materials: post-quiz; handout materials
  • Continuing Education Credits: Attendes will earn a total of 2 computer-based CEUs.
    FHCA will post contact hours to CE Broker by February 15, 2023. Participants must attend the two-hour live, virtual training and complete the post-quiz by February 10, 2023, at 4:00 p.m. EST to receive CEUs.

About the Presenter

Deborah Franklin is the Senior Director of Quality Affairs for the Florida Health Care Association. She has a Masters of Health Administration and is a nursing home administrator with over 30 years in long term care sector. Deborah is responsible for leading the Association's internal Quality Affairs department while pioneering initiatives on quality improvement in long term care. She works in conjunction with the association's Board of Directors, Quality Cabinet and associated committees to develop, plan and implement long term care quality and educational programs to support members with their pursuit of providing high-quality, person-centered care. Additionally, Deborah is the key liaison with the executive and legislative branches, state and federal health care agencies on long term care survey and regulatory issues.