Survey Success for Long-Term Care: Reducing Citation Risk

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Survey Success for Long-Term Care: Reducing Citation Risk

Diane Hislop, RN

Survey Success for Long-Term Care: Reducing Citation Risk will help long-term care providers develop an effective survey compliance program. The book includes practical, efficient ways to train and educate staff, perform internal audits and monitoring checks, and stay on top of the survey process as it unfolds in your facility, reducing the risk for citations. It also helps identify quality of care indicators and thresholds to determine where potential deficiency areas are.

  • Customizable forms, tools, and presentations to help create a staff training program that ensures proper education and maintains compliance
  • Keys to perform corrective actions to address potential risk areas identified during an internal audit
  • Tools to develop a clear interdisciplinary line of communication and a plan to enforce accountability

Table of contents:

  • Section 1: Know Your Survey
  • Section 2: How to Prepare for Success
  • Section 3: Survey Readiness
  • Section 4: Auditing Your Own Facility
  • Section 5: Survey Management
  • Section 6: How to Reduce the Risk of Citations
  • Section 7: How to Remain Compliant with Regulatory Changes


About the author:

Diane Hislop, RN, is the senior partner and chief operating officer of H2 Healthcare, LLC. Her practice area is clinical and compliance consulting, including legal support, administrative appeals, and forensic nursing.Hislop has over 30 years of clinical, executive, and consulting experience, primarily in specialty healthcare and the postacute segments of the healthcare industry.

She is a graduate of Ball State University and is licensed as a registered nurse in Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Delaware, Idaho, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Maine, Maryland, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New Mexico, North Carolina, North Dakota, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Virginia, and Wisconsin. Hislop’s client base spans all segments of the postacute and senior housing industry, including nursing homes/skilled nursing facilities, hospice, home health, CCRCs, assisted living, and senior housing.

Published: 09/26/2017

Page Count: 282