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Long-Term Post-Acute Care, Patient Safety, Quality Improvement

A change package to prevent harm (adverse events, abuse and neglect) for nursing home residents. November 2018.


Patient Safety

Use this anticoagulation therapy Situation-Background-Assessment-Request (SBAR) form to communicate patient changes to your facility's physician.


Long-Term Post-Acute Care, Patient Safety, Quality Improvement

A YouTube recording of a Great 8+ webinar sponsored by the Quality Improvement Organizations Comagine Health and Great Plains Quality Innovation Network. Featuring Margaret Silebi of Avamere Rehabilitation of Eugene (Oregon) and Debra Sutton of Jefferson Community Health & Life - Gardenside (Nebraska).


Behavioral Health, Long-Term Post-Acute Care, Patient Safety

YouTube recording of the third webinar in a training series on when and how to avoid antipsychotics in patients with dementia and behavioral symptoms, featuring Maureen Nash, MD, MS, FAPA, FACP, medical director at Providence Elderplace Oregon.


Behavioral Health, Long-Term Post-Acute Care, Patient Safety

Slides from the third webinar in a training series on when and how to avoid antipsychotics in patients with dementia and behavioral symptoms, featuring Maureen Nash, MD, MS, FAPA, FACP, medical director at Providence Elderplace Oregon.


Long-Term Post-Acute Care, Patient Safety, Quality Improvement

Webinar slides from a training on non-pharmacological and pharmacological interventions.


Long-Term Post-Acute Care, Patient Safety, Quality Improvement

Guidance on the assessment of those most at risk for a decline in functional mobility levels due to inactivity.


COVID-19, Long-Term Post-Acute Care, Patient Safety

This scenario-based training has been designed specifically with COVID-19 in mind. The program features a tailored course that incorporates the most recent lessons learned from nursing homes and teaches frontline staff best practices they can implement to address issues related to COVID-19.


Patient Safety, Population Health, Transitions of Care

As your community comes together to improve transitions and coordination of care, it is important to evaluate the current situation. Seek perspectives from multiple settings. What is working well? Where could improvements be made? Use our Community Assessment Form to guide your discussion.


Long-Term Post-Acute Care, Patient Safety, Quality Improvement

Guide contains decision tree, tips for managing planning errors, execution errors and violations, and an intervention glossary.