Join us for a free webinar where Hugh Heaton, subject matter expert as he presents a comprehensive overview of how the Sufficient and Competent Nursing Staff survey task will be conducted.
Learning Objectives - Upon completion of this training session, participants will have a working knowledge of:
- How the PBJ Staffing Data Report is used in the survey process.
- What triggers a Sufficient and Competent Nurse Staffing review.
- When and how the staffing and competency regulatory compliance process is conducted.
- Who the survey team interviews to determine facility compliance with the staffing and competency requirements.
- What Observations alert the survey team to potential concerns with sufficient or competent staff?
- What questions are asked those individuals being interviewed.
- Which facility records, reports, and specific policies are reviewed during the survey process.
- The staff interview process if an RN is not present at least 8 hours per day or Licensed Nurses are not present 24 hours per day.
- What triggers a review of personnel and training records.
- Critical Elements that must be reviewed to determine facility compliance with sufficient and competent nurse staffing regulatory requirements.
- Other tags, care areas, and tasks the survey team may consider during the survey process.
Resources: - Participants will receive three (3) helpful resources which includes:
- Training session outline
- Revised regulations at F725-F732 (Nursing Services), F838 (Facility Assessment), F839 (Staff Qualifications, F851 (Payroll Based Journal), F947 and F948 (Training Requirements)
- PBJ Policy Manual
Who Should Participate:
CEOs, Administrators, DONs, Staff Development Coordinators, Staff involved in PBJ Reporting, and other management team members.