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If you could create accountability and action plans for implementing best practices to reduce your falls by 50% in several units today! Would you? Sonya Moore RN MSN CPPS, Manager, Nursing Quality at Vanderbilt University Medical Center, outlines for us some of those best practices that are part of their tiered Fall Risk Interventions. And more! If you would like a copy email to you, email firstname.lastname@example.org!
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Steven C. Castle, M.D., Professor of Geriatric Medicine at UCLA & Clinical Director of Geriatrics at the VA Greater LA, as well as CEO & President of DrBalance Inc. discusses a chronic care model, the complexity of falls prevention, moving beyond (what doesn’t work), cross-cutting elements across CCM, across settings. Also common delivery model elements, summary of evidence base for falls prevention exercise, and more! If you would like a copy email to you, email firstname.lastname@example.org!
On behalf of Patricia Quigley & NCPS, Understanding the VA Fall Reduction Program given here! To request via email, contact enquiryIQPC@iqpc.com.
Experts Gather at The Only National Forum to Help Prevent Falls in the Elderly & at Risk Population (2015). If you would like a copy email to you, email email@example.com!
Preventing falls, and the injuries resulting from them, is a healthcare priority. While the emphasis tends to be on seniors, in healthcare facilities, falls are a safety issue concerning all patients in acute care. Common causes include medications, post surgery or diagnostic testing weakness, and general disorientation among others. Here are four successful strategies for reducing falls in your facility. If you would like a copy email to you, email firstname.lastname@example.org!
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View this presentation by Chris Katzenmeyer Founder/Director of Community Health Consortium for Older Adult Wellness
The Consortium for Older Adult Wellness connects health systems to community-based organizations, through training and consulting, in the areas of chronic disease self-management and falls prevention in alignment with the Affordable Care Act.
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We sat down with Cassandra Vonnes MS, ARNP, GNP-BC. AOCNP, FAHA, NICHE Coordinator, Advancer Practitioner Gerontology at Moffitt Cancer Center, and she outlines for us what technology or service Moffitt Cancer Center has implemented to improve the steps in responding to a fall.If you would like a copy email to you, email email@example.com!
Kristie Kulinski, MSW Center for Healthy Aging presents on the National Council on Aging, background of falls prevalence and impact, the National Falls Free Initiative, and the Grantee Evaluation and Data Management. If you would like a copy email to you, email firstname.lastname@example.org!
Community and Home Based Programs Designed to Reduce Falls Risks. To receive a copy via email contact email@example.com
Eileen Miller, Senior Program Associate at NCST National Association of Area Agencies on Aging, discusses the 5 As of senior friendly transportation, common concerns and hesitations with public transportation, agency challenges, and MEOC approach to falls prevention.If you would like a copy email to you, email firstname.lastname@example.org!
This review integrates current knowledge on assessment and management strategies to prevent falls in older people living in the community. It summarizes known risk factors for falls in this population and presents assessment strategies that can be used to assess the risk of falls. It discusses the management of risks and interventions to reduce falls among older people in the community, as well as future directions and promising approaches. If you would like a copy email to you, email email@example.com!
care.coach helps healthcare providers and payers to drive key outcomes across the care continuum by supporting the psychosocial needs of high-risk patients.
A recent clinical study with elderly hospital inpatients showed that care.coach can reduce fall rates by 70-85%, while mitigating delirium and loneliness, and avoiding restraint use. The company has also demonstrated success in community-based fall risk mitigation and incident response time, medication and exercise adherence, chronic disease self-management, and psychosocial wellness.
The care.coach system is unique in using a patient-facing avatar that combines compassionate human teams with clinically-intelligent software algorithms, resulting in highly engaging, 24x7 patient support that is effective with even the most challenging patients, and that integrates with care coordinator workflows. The company has won many awards from organizations including Health2.0, HealthXL, and Aging2.0, and has been featured at invite-only venues such as TEDMED, Stanford Medicine X, and the US Senate Healthy Aging Forum If you would like a copy email to you, email firstname.lastname@example.org!
Your one stop for everything you'll need ahead of the event. See who attended the last event, obtain the letter to convince your boss and have the registration form to help you on your way. If you would like a copy email to you, email email@example.com!
Building a new Fall Prevention Program is no easy task which is why we're so excited to bring you our 2018 8 Step Roadmap for Developing a Comprehensive Fall Prevention Program designed to guide you from the leadership buy-in stage all the way to long-term sustainability approaches. Furthermore, take advantage of lessons learned from 4 2017 National Fall Prevention Conference Speakers. If you would like a copy email to you, email firstname.lastname@example.org!
Gain top insights from Christina Morrison, Enterprise Quality Patient Safety & Infection Control, of Memorial Hermann Health System, including the checklist she uses to ensure her healthcare facility is running the best falls prevention program they can. If you would like a copy email to you, email email@example.com!
In this exclusive interview with Barbara King, Assistant Professor, University of Wisconsin - Madison and Linda Goodman, Nursing Professional Development Specialist, Johns Hopkins, we gained insight on best practices for sustaining a long term falls program, assessing falls patients, how to maximize data to drive change within your healthcare setting and more. If you would like a copy email to you, email firstname.lastname@example.org!