Provision of Care
Provision of Care provides the foundation for regulatory and accreditation requirements for healthcare including focus areas, such as assessment, re-assessment, pain, falls, nutrition, and restraint. Regulatory requirements are constantly changing. Provision of Care has been one of those regulatory areas with significant changes which has contributed to the need for education. It is important for nurses to maintain their knowledge and become cognizant of recent changes in meeting Provision of Care requirements.
Learn about problematic areas and strategies for success in ongoing compliance.
Learn about problematic areas and strategies for success in achieving ongoing regulatory compliance in healthcare organizations. 1.0 ANCC Contact Hour Available.
Learn & Apply
Foundation for Healthcare Regulatory and Accreditation Requirements
Describe the major regulatory components for Provision of Care.
Identify challenging areas of non-compliance with the Provision of Care.
Apply proven strategies for success in achieving compliance.
About the Instructor
Carol Mooney MSN, RN, CPHQ
Carol Mooney MSN, RN, CPHQ has a background in regulatory requirements, accreditation and standards development and interpretation. She recently was responsible for the development of program standards with incorporation of CMS requirements for multiple programs including Hospital, Rural Health Clinics, Patient-Centered Care, Oncology Patient-Centered Care, Palliative Care, End-Stage Renal and Dialysis Centers, Assisted Living Facilities, International Hospital, and International Clinics and Medical Centers. With her extensive healthcare experience, Carol serves as a knowledgeable resource to new and existing clients, helping to guide them through their accreditation and regulatory needs.