HSM 4587: Long Term Care Regulatory Management

1 Credit

The Minnesota Board of Examiners for Nursing Home Administrators (BENHA) requires applicants for initial licensure (and those who are licensed in other states but do not meet Minnesota's regulatory requirements for experience or certification) to complete accredited post-secondary academic courses covering key competencies. This course is one of those areas. It covers regulatory and funding provisions and requirements governing operation of long-term care services and related health care programs. Topics include Resident rights, resident choice/resident risk and protection from maltreatment; Guardianship and conservatorship; Health and safety codes including OSHA and National Life Safety Code; Medicare and Medicaid, standards for managed care and sub-acute care, and third-party payer requirements and reimbursement; Federal and state nursing home survey and compliance regulations and processes; Requirements affecting the quality of care and life of residents; Resident acuity and assessment methodology; Quality assurance and performance improvement. prereq: Basic knowledge of the long term care field. Students without this knowledge are encouraged to meet with the instructor prior to registering to discuss options.

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