316. Evidence-Based Practice in Home Health and Hospice

  • Room: 104 C
Tuesday, October 17, 2017: 2:30 PM - 3:30 PM
CEU Credits:Course Level: Novice, Advanced; 1.0 Accounting CPEs (NASBA/RE);1.0 Adm. CEs (NAB/NCERS), 1.0 Nursing contact hours

Speaker(s)

Faculty
Andrea Calhoun RN, BSN
Nurse & Pediatric Manager
Vanderbilt Home Care Services
Faculty
Laurie Salmons RN, BSN
Clinical Consulting Manager/Episode Management
McBee

Description

This session is designed to appeal to introductory-level and advanced audiences.  Relying on best guesses and/or habit for patient care doesn't cut it in our regulatory landscape.  Evidence-based practice (EBP) conditions caregivers to be more consistent from patient to patient,  improving quality scores and patient satisfaction.  We'll begin by defining EBP and reviewing how it really takes form.

Categories: Quality, Clinical, Staff Development 


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Learning Outcomes

Attendees will develop a solid understanding of the rationale for utilizing EBP in home care and hospice and will discuss their organization's experience, giving examples of the effects on quality scores and outcomes in multiple projects. This session will provide details of tools to use and ways to get started in using EBP as the basis for clinical practice.

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