This course is geared towards employees who work in an assisted living facility or other healthcare providers. According to WI State Regulations, those that work in assisted living, are required to obtain continuing education every year. This course consists of a Standard Precautions course presentation, video and an exam. Upon completion of the course, students will receive a certificate for 2.0 hours of Standard Precautions continuing education. ALL MEDLIVING ACADEMY COURSES, ARE TAUGHT BY A WI STATE CBRF TRAINER
This course, produced in 2017, covers the patient bill of rights which are used for accreditation by the Joint Commission on Healthcare Accreditation and are required by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid. Training Points: Courtesy, compassion, dignity and respect Discrimination Personal representatives The right to self determination Informed consent Advanced directives Unintended outcomes and mistakes Pain management Medical records Personal safety Right to quality care Right to emergency care Right to a detailed explaination of costs Complaint procedures Patient responsibilities And more
This HIPAA program is fully updated to the law as of 2017. Focusing on HIPAA privacy compliance, this comprehensive course covers all aspects of HIPAA privacy. Training Points: What is PHI? What are covered entities and how does HIPAA compliance affect them? How is protected health information protected? What is incidental exposure and is it illegal? What is the minimum necessary rule? What are the exceptions are there for law enforcement requests? Emergency situations When and how to disclose protected information on the telephone. Signed patient authorization The privacy notice Patient control The personal representative The privacy official and his or her responsibilities Reasonable safeguards Penalties for non-compliance And more This course includes a 25 question post quiz so that you know every employee understands the privacy standard.
The goal of this course is for the Health Care Team, including RNs and Health Care Professionals, to provide an overview of the HIPAA law and it's role in protecting patient privacy. Course Objectives: Review the basics of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act Discuss elements of the Privacy Rule Examine how HIPAA relates to the healthcare worker in the healthcare setting
Healthcare professionals encounter many potential fire hazards. The entire healthcare team should be properly trained on hospital fire prevention and understand how to safely respond to a fire if indeed one occurs. You will learn: - Causes of fires - How to prevent fires - How to help in a hospital fire - Fire extinguisher safety This 30 minute course from Maestro includes audio narration, inline quizzes, and other accessibility features to help you master the objectives. This course is excellent for human resource professionals, medical professionals, and anyone who works within the healthcare industry. Ensure that you are well-trained in case of emergency. Course Objectives: Understand what causes hospital fires Be aware of how to help in a hospital fire Understand how to use a fire extinguisher safely Fire prevention
The goal of this course is for the Health Care Team, including RNs and Health Care Professionals, to have an understanding of bloodborne pathogens transmission and workplace prevention methods. Course Objectives: Discuss basic concepts about bloodborne pathogens (BBPs) Identify the common modes of BBP transmission Describe best practices for BBP safety prevention methods in workplace Summaries steps to take for BBP incident reporting
Security designed for the healthcare facility presents a unique challenge. It is considered a specialized area of the industry. The main threats in a healthcare environment are insider/employee theft, outsider/visitor theft, threats against patients or staff, and crimes of opportunity.
This course is geared towards employees who work in an assisted living facility and other healthcare professionals. According to WI State Regulations, those that work in an AFH, are required to obtain 8 hours of continuing education and CBRF employees are required to obtain 15 hours of continuing education a year. For further details on continuing education regulations, please see DHS 83 or 88. This course consists of a Medication Administration course presentation, video and an exam. Upon completion of the course, students will receive a certificate for 1.5 hours of Medication Administration continuing education.
This Class will cover the following: determining nutritional needs, menu planning, food preparation and food sanitation. At the end of the class, the student will receive a course certificate for 3 hours of Dietary Needs Training. This Training is geared for those working in Assisted Living in the state of WI ALL MEDLIVING ACADEMY COURSES, ARE TAUGHT BY A WI STATE CBRF TRAINER
Under CBRF 83.21 Regulations, all employees who serve more than one client must take a Client Group Course with in 90 days of employment. This Client Group course will cover the following groups: Intellectual disability, Downs Syndrome, Autism, Epilepsy, and Alzheimer's disease. UPON COMPLETION OF THIS COURSE, STUDENTS WILL BE ISSUED A PRINTABLE CERTIFICATE OF COMPLETION FOR 2.5 HOURS
By the time this session is over, you should be able to realize the risks; identify risk factors; understand the effects of workplace violence; take effective measures to prevent violence; recognize signs of impending violence; and protect yourself in violent situations. Duration: 20 minutes
By the time the session is over, you should be able to recognize respiratory hazards in your job; identify and use appropriate respiratory protection; get a good, safe fit when using a respirator; and inspect, maintain, and store respirators properly. Duration: 17 minutes
By the time this session is over, you will be able to recognize slips, trips, and falls as a serious safety problem; identify slip, trip, and fall hazards on the job; avoid and eliminate slip and trip hazards; use stairs and ladders safely to avoid falls; and minimize injuries if you do fall. Duration: 17 minutes
By the time the session is over, you will be able to recognize the importance of PPE to your safety and health; identify job hazards that require the use of PPE; select appropriate PPE for the task you’re performing; inspect and fit your PPE properly; remove and dispose of PPE safely; and maintain PPE in good, safe condition. Duration: 19 minutes
By the time this session is over, you should be able to understand the Chemical Hygiene Plan; identify laboratory hazards; take proper precautions to protect yoursel; and act effectively in an emergency. Duration: 28 minutes.
By the time this session is over, you should be able to identify ergonomic risk factors in your job; recognize the signs and symptoms of musculoskeletal disorders, or MSDs; lift and carry objects safely and; take other precautions specific to your job to prevent ergonomic injuries. Duration: 20 minutes
By the time the session is over, you will be able to identify workplace hazards that could cause an emergency; report emergencies promptly; carry out emergency responsibilities; evacuate quickly and safely; and respond to emergency situations effectively. Duration: 23 minutes
With this session, you should be able to identify electrical hazards; prevent shocks; prevent electrical fires; respond to problems with electrical equipment; understand why lockout/tagout is necessary and how it is performed; and respond effectively in an emergency involving electricity. Duration: 21 minutes
This course will take approximately 23 minutes to complete. This training session will teach your employees to identify risks of exposure, understand the requirements of the facility's exposure control plan and OSHA regulations, prevent exposure by taking proper precautions, and take effective action in the event of an exposure. Why Training about "Bloodborne Pathogens Healthcare Workers Training" Matters Nearly 6 million American workers are at risk for infectious diseases such as hepatitis and HIV. OSHA’s BBP Standard is often one of the top 10 most frequently violated standards,with penalties in the hundreds of thousands of dollars. An estimated 600,000 to 800,000 needlestick and other sharps injuries are reported each year, but the actual number is probably much higher. The risk of healthcare workers contracting hepatitis B from exposure to infected blood may be as high as 30 percent.
This module is an overview of managed care, payor sources and Medicare conditions of participation for use in Home Health Care Training. Covered topics in this module include: Origins of Managed Care Organizations Federal Government Agencies State Government Agencies Health Maintenenance Agencies Preferred Provider Organizations Private Insurance Regulatory Compliance Accreditation Conditions of Participation for Medicare Basic Medicare Criteria Medical Equipment and Supplies Medicare Exclusions Recertification Duplication of Services Skilled versus Non-Skilled Services Place of Residence Outcome and Assessment Information Set And more.