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Using MDS 3.0 as an Engine for High Quality Individualized Care Webinar Series Five – Working Together for Better Outcomes

National Learning Collaborative Webinar Series on Using MDS 3.0 as an Engine for High Quality Individualized Care:  SERIES 5: Working Together for Better Outcomes – Relational Coordination for Quality Improvement 

In Webinar Series Five of our National Learning Collaborative, teams of practitioners share how they have achieved better outcomes through key systems for relational coordination – consistent assignment, huddles, CNAs involvement in care planning, and Quality Improvement huddles among staff closest to the residents.

March 12, 2013 – Part 11:  It Takes a Team to Prevent and Heal Pressure Ulcers
Presenters: Teams from Glenridge Living Community, Augusta, Maine, and Oakview Terrace, Freeman, SD.  Staff from two homes will explain how they prevent and heal pressure ulcers by working better together.

May 7, 2013 – Part 12:  It Takes a Team to Provide High Quality Individualized Care
Presenters: Barbara Frank, B& F Consulting; Amy Elliot, Pioneer Network; and teams from nursing homes participating in the National Learning Collaborative on Using MDS 3.0 as the Engine for High Quality Individualized Care.  Staff from several homes that have participated in the National Learning Collaborative will share how engaging staff in individualizing care has led to better quality of care and quality of life for their residents.

Please visit www.pioneernetwork.net/Events/Webinars/MDS30_1112

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