Nursing and Nursing Student Resources

From the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services


QAPI is the merger of two complementary approaches to quality management, Quality Assurance (QA) and Performance Improvement (PI). QA and PI combine to form QAPI, a comprehensive approach to ensuring high quality care. Both involve seeking and using information, but they differ in key ways:

QA is a process of meeting quality standards and assuring that care reaches an acceptable level. Nursing homes typically set QA thresholds to comply with regulations. They may also create standards that go beyond regulations. QA is a reactive, retrospective effort to examine why a facility failed to meet certain standards. QA activities do improve quality, but efforts frequently end once the standard is met.

PI (also called Quality Improvement – QI) is a proactive and continuous study of processes with the intent to prevent or decrease the likelihood of problems by identifying areas of opportunity and testing new approaches to fix underlying causes of persistent/systemic problems. PI in nursing homes aims to improve processes involved in health care delivery and resident quality of life. PI can make good quality even better.

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From The Lake Superior Quality Innovation Network

QAPI Written Plan

Quality Assurance and Performance Improvement (QAPI) is a data driven and proactive approach to quality improvement. All members of an organization, including residents, are involved in continuously identifying opportunities for improvement. Gaps in systems are addressed through planned interventions with a goal of improving the overall quality of life and quality of care and services delivered to nursing home residents.

The QAPI plan will guide your organization’s performance improvement efforts. The QAPI regulation requires a written plan. This plan is a framework for an effective, comprehensive, data driven program that focuses on the indicators that reflect outcomes of care and quality of life. The plan will assist your organization in achieving what you have identified as the purpose of QAPI in your organization. The QAPI plan also is intended to be a living document that your organization will continue to review and revise. Your written QAPI plan will be made available to a state agency, federal surveyor, or CMS upon request. It reflects the way your organization has developed, implemented, and maintained your quality program.

PI (also called Quality Improvement – QI) is a proactive and continuous study of processes with the intent to prevent or decrease the likelihood of problems by identifying areas of opportunity and testing new approaches to fix underlying causes of persistent/systemic problems. PI in nursing homes aims to improve processes involved in health care delivery and resident quality of life. PI can make good quality even better.

Read more QAPI Written Plan How-To Guide Read / Download PDF

From the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services

Guide for Developing Purpose, Guiding Principles, and Scope for QAPI

Use these step-by-step instructions to create a separate document that may be used as a preamble to your QAPI plan.

Use these tools to establish the purpose, guiding principles and scope for QAPI in your organization. The team completing this worksheet should include senior leadership. Taking time to articulate the purpose, develop guiding principles, and define the scope will help you to understand how QAPI will be used and integrated into your organization. This information will also help your organization to develop a written QAPI plan.

Read More and download:  QAPI step-by-step instructions

Read More and download:  QAPI At a Glance

Read More and download:  QAPI 5 Elements

Read More and download:  QAPI Self Assessment Tool

Infection Prevention and Control (IPAC- 22) Certificate of Mastery Program

NEW Oct 2022 Compliance deadline


Get your Infection Prevention and Control (IPAC- 22) Certificate  ***Mastery Course required to sit for IP-BC****

NADONA Infection Prevention and Control (IPAC- 22) Certificate of Mastery Program (15 Session) – Online Course

The IPAC Program is a Certificate of Mastery Program that yields an official certificate and either 15 hours (live) or 22 contact hours (online). Awarded CEs are nursing CEs.

The Mastery class is a prerequisite to be eligible to sit for the NADONA Infection Preventionist Board Certification. The IPAC program is designed to cover all the components of a well-rounded Infection Control Program and the role of the Infection Preventionist.

The IPAC program was specifically designed to meet the new regulations regarding Infection Control and the Infection Preventionist.

STEP 1: Purchase IP-BC Mastery Class and complete
Purchase the course here:
STEP 2: Sit for the IP-BC Certification Exam
Purchase the Certification Exam here:
Awarded CEs are nursing CEs.

STEP 1: (IPAC- 22) Certificate of Mastery Program

STEP 2: Infection Preventionist Board Certified Certification Exam (IP-BC™)

From the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services


Infection Prevention, Control & Immunizations

Infection Control: This facility task must be used to investigate compliance at F880, F881, F882, F883, F885, F886, F887, and F888. For the purpose of this task, “staff” includes facility employees (regardless of clinical responsibilities or resident contact), licensed practitioners, adult students, trainees, and volunteers; and individuals who provide care, treatment or other services for the facility and/or its residents, under contract or by other arrangement. The infection prevention and control program (IPCP) must be facility-wide and include all departments and contracted services. If a specific care area concern is identified, it should be evaluated under the specific care area, such as for pressure ulcers, respiratory care, catheter care, and medication pass observations which include central lines, peripheral IVs, and oral/IM/respiratory medications.

Entry and screening procedures as well as resident care guidance have varied over the progression of COVID-19 transmission in facilities. Facilities are expected to be in compliance with CMS requirements and surveyors will use guidance that is in effect at the time of the survey. Refer to QSO memos released at: States-and-Regions.

Read and Download Infection Prevention, Control & Immunizations task for compliance at F880, F881, F882, F883, F885, F886, F887, and F888.

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Licensed practical nurses (LPNs) and licensed vocational nurses (LVNs) provide basic medical care to the sick, injured, and disabled under the supervision of registered nurses (RNs) and doctors. The LPN/LVN profession only requires you to obtain a diploma, certificate, or associate degree from an accredited nursing program; these typically take one or two years. The term ‘LPN’ is most frequently used to describe these professionals, though some states prefer to call them LVNs.


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Licensed practical nurses (LPNs) and licensed vocational nurses (LVNs) provide basic medical care to the sick, injured, and disabled under the supervision of registered nurses (RNs) and doctors. The LPN/LVN profession only requires you to obtain a diploma, certificate, or associate degree from an accredited nursing program; these typically take one or two years. The term ‘LPN’ is most frequently used to describe these professionals, though some states prefer to call them LVNs.


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Tips for Making Effective PowerPoint Presentations: The Seven Deadly Sins of PowerPoint Presentations, By Joseph Sommerville

Partnership for Health in Aging

A Coalition of Organizations Representing Healthcare Professions Caring for Older Adults


To prepare America’s formal and informal caregiving workforce to provide quality care for America’s aging population, and to ensure the financial feasibility of providing that care.

The American Geriatrics Society

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The Executive Committee of AMDA’s Board of Directors is monitoring the COVID-19 (novel coronavirus) outbreak and posting updates as they occur.  The health, safety, and well-being of the community is our highest priority. This is a rapidly evolving situation; please check the CDC website often for the latest recommendations.

AMDA Update on COVID-19

FDA announces voluntary nationwide recall of all liquid products manufactured by PharmaTech and distributed by six companies

  • [UPDATE 8/9/2016]  FDA is alerting health care professionals and consumers of PharmaTech’s voluntary recall expansion to include all liquid products due to possible Burkholderia cepacia contamination. These products were manufactured in its Davie, Florida, facility, and distributed and labeled by six firms – Rugby, Major, Bayshore, Metron, Centurion, and Virtus.

Consumers, pharmacies, and health care facilities that have product which is being recalled should stop using and dispensing them immediately. Using these products in a patient whose immune system is compromised could result in infections, which may be life-threatening.

To date, FDA has received adverse event reports related to oral liquid docusate sodium and is not aware of any adverse event reports related to the additional recalled products.

FDA and CDC will provide additional information when it is available.

FDA announces voluntary nationwide recall of oral liquid docusate sodium manufactured by PharmaTech and distributed by Rugby Laboratories

[7/16/16]  U.S. Food and Drug Administration is alerting health care professionals that PharmaTech LLC, Davie, Florida, is voluntarily recalling all non-expired lots of Diocto Liquid, a docusate sodium solution distributed by Rugby Laboratories, Livonia, Michigan. The agency confirmed the product has been contaminated with Burkholderia cepacia, a bacteria linked to an outbreak in five states.

PharmaTech manufactures the oral liquid docusate sodium, which is distributed nationwide by Rugby with a Rugby label in one pint (473 mL) bottles.

In addition, FDA has received several adverse event reports of B. cepacia infections in patients. Some of these reports identify liquid docusate sodium products manufactured by companies other than PharmaTech. FDA and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention continue to investigate the extent of this issue in order to identify other potentially contaminated liquid docusate sodium products.

Patient safety is our top priority. FDA joins CDC in recommending that clinicians not use any liquid docusate sodium product as a stool softener or for any other medical purpose.

FDA and CDC will provide additional information when it is available.

FDA encourages health care professionals and patients to report adverse events or quality problems experienced with the use of oral liquid docusate sodium products to FDA’s MedWatch Adverse Event Reporting program:

The Joint Commission’s Weekly Newsletter


Published for Joint Commission-accredited organizations and interested health care professionals, R3 Report provides the rationale and references that The Joint Commission employs in the development of new requirements. While the standards manuals also may provide a rationale, R3 Report goes into more depth, providing a rationale statement for each element of performance (EP). The references provide the evidence that supports the requirement. R3 Report may be reproduced if credited to The Joint Commission. Sign up for email delivery.


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Vaccine Safety Resources for Healthcare Providers


Provider’s Role: Importance of Vaccine Administration and Vaccine Storage & Handling


Safety Information about Specific Vaccines

National Council on Aging: Falls Prevention Awareness Day

Evidence-Based Falls Prevention Programs

Falls Risk Checklist

Mindfulness in Fall Prevention

Farewell to Falls

Common Vaccine Safety Concerns

The updated “Hand in Hand: A Training Series for Nursing Homes” is now available on the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) Integrated Surveyor Training website. This training focuses on person-centered care for residents with dementia and resident-abuse prevention. Click on the following links to access the self-paced online training or downloadable materials for an instructor-led course.

CMS Hand in Hand: A Training Series for Nursing Homes Online

CMS Hand in Hand: A Training Series for Nursing Homes to Download

Medicare Patient Resources

As you may know, seniors who aren’t located in nursing homes often require extra supplies and equipment called Durable medical equipment (DME), allowing them to remain independent. This special type of equipment often comes with a hefty price tag. Fortunately, certain medicare plans can lower these costs, if not all, but it can be tricky to navigate.

As a Medicare patient resource center (Note: we do not sell or provide healthcare plans), we’ve made it our mission to help seniors get the most out of Medicare. As I’m sure you already know, Medicare can be complicated for most seniors and their families to try and navigate through. This is why we have published a comprehensive guide to help understand eligibility and, most importantly, what type of durable medical equipment is covered.

You can view the guide here:


NEW RESOURCES AVAILABLE: Quick Assessment Reference Pocket Guides/Badge Buddies for Coding

The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) is offering Pocket Guides to assist providers in assessing and coding self-care and mobility, falls, and pressure ulcers/injuries. The pocket guides provide a quick reference for important terms and definitions that promote coding accuracy. These training assets are intended for providers in Home Health Agencies (HHAs), Inpatient Rehabilitation Facilities (IRFs), Long-Term Care Hospitals (LTCHs), and Skilled Nursing Facilities (SNFs). The pocket guides are approximately 2 x 3.5 inches in size and are designed to be worn behind a provider identification badge. The pocket guides cover the following topics:

  • Pocket Guide #1: Coding for Self-Care and Mobility Items.
  • Pocket Guide #2: Definitions for Coding Section J Fall Items.
  •  Pocket Guide #3: Pressure Ulcers/Injuries Stages and Definitions.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         The pocket guides are available under the  Downloads section of the Quality Reporting Program (QRP) Training page for each setting:

If you have questions about accessing the resources or feedback regarding the trainings, please email the PAC Training Mailbox ( Content-related questions should be submitted to the setting specific help desk:


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Common Medicare Terms

Medicare Advantage vs. Medicare Supplement Insurance Plans

12 Facts All Seniors Should Know About Medicare

The Ultimate Guide to Medicare Enrollment


26 Frequently Asked Questions About Long-term Care

A Comprehensive Guide to Financial Assistance for Senior Care and Living Expenses

How Much Does a Senior Home Cost?

Aging in Place Design Checklist: How to Design Safe & Accessible Homes

Long-Distance Caregiving: How to Ensure Your Loved Ones are Safe at Home

Signs a Senior Needs Help at Home

Senior Citizen’s Guide To Aging At Home Safely And With Dignity

List of Common Diagnoses of Elderly

Press Release: CMS Develops Additional Code for Coronavirus Lab Tests

Press Release: Statement from CMS Administrator Seema Verma on America’s Health Insurance Plans (AHIP) taking action against the Coronavirus

Fact Sheet: COVID-19 Response News Alert: CMS Issues Frequently Asked

SNF QRP Data Collection and Final Submission Deadlines for the FY 2021



Head to Toe Infection Prevention Toolkit (ZIP)

Developing a Restful Environment Action Manual (DREAM) Toolkit (ZIP)

CMPRP-Toolkit 1 – Employee Competency Assessments (ZIP)

CMPRP-Toolkit 2 – Employee Satisfaction Survey (ZIP)

CMPRP-Toolkit 3-Guide to Staff Satisfaction (PDF)

QM User’s Manual v12

CMS Releases ICD-10 Assessment and Maintenance Toolkit


Press Release: HHS Finalizes Historic Rules to Provide Patients More Control of Their Health Data



Nursing Home Staff Competency Assessment Scholarship Hub

Self Care Tips for Nurses’ Mental Health

The pandemic has proved even further what we’ve known to be true for a long time, nurses are a vital asset to our healthcare system. In order to offer some relief for their monthly loan payments, we recently created what we believe to be the most in-depth guide for nurses who may be thinking about refinancing their student loans. Education Loan Finance

Nurse Resume Example & Writing Guide

Nursing interview questions & how to answer them

Financial Aid and FAFSA Guide for College Students

The Guide to Scholarships by Major

Ultimate Guide for Nursing Students

Getting Through Nursing School with a Learning Disability

Tips to Maintain Good Mental Health in Nursing School

Best Jobs for Nursing Students

Financial Tips For Young Adults: How To Budget, Save And Protect Your Finances

Do I Qualify for Financial Aid?

Best Guide to Online DHA Programs

The Student’s Guide to Managing Stress in College

Dermatology Nurse Career Overview

Mental Health and Sleep

Griswold’s new scholarship program honors caregivers, founder’s legacy

Elder Abuse & Neglect – Warning Signs & How to Prevent it

Best Colleges Scholarships for Nursing Students

The 5 Most Affordable Online MBA Programs 2021

Grades Fixer: Useful Tools for Virtual and Distance Learning

Financial Aid for Marginalized Students

Become with Lantern:  Plan your career from start to finish

Shift Work Sleep Disorder

Guide to the Best Online Master’s Programs in 2021

College Consensus Best Online Colleges & Universities

LTC News

BRC Healthcare Programs That Are Bringing Real Change

Career Exploration Guide in Medical Imaging: A Resource Guide for Healthcare Students

The 10 Best College Majors for the Future

How To Manage Your Online Studies Efficiently

Finding a Job as a Nursing School Graduate

6 Essential Tips for Nurses in their First Year

The Ultimate List of Best Universities for Graduate Careers: Global University Employability Ranking 2020-2021

Nursing License Map

Nursing in California: Plan Your Career as an RN or LVN

College Students Guide to Ergonomics 

College Scholarship Guide – EduBirdie

Guide to BSN to DNP Programs Online

Guide to Online DNP Programs (Doctor of Nursing Practice

Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)

Preventing Trips and Falls at Home and the Workplace: Design and Layout Considerations

Age-in-Place Home Improvements: A Room-by-Room Guide

Going from RN to BSN

13 Minority Nursing Scholarships

How to Identify and Address Apathy Caused by Dementia

Top 21 Scholarships for US Entrepreneurs 2021 (Applying tips & Statistics)

CNA Free Training

CNA Classes Near Me

The Increasing Demand for Nurses: An Online Guide to Educational and Career Pathways

Guide to Online Nursing Programs

Students’ Guide to Online Lectures

Students’ Guide to Succeed in Discussion Forums

The 20 Best Nursing Career Specialties

Broadband Search

Legal Assistance for Nursing Home Abuse

Top 60 Online Master’s Programs No GRE

CNA Classes Near Me

CNA Free Training Aging Matters Scholarship

Resume Builder Create a Resume

Resume Builder High School Resume Examples

25 Nursing School Leaders Tell Nursing Students What to Expect in 2021

Seven Mistakes to Avoid When Searching for Your First CNA Job

Memory Care Facilities

Tips for Nursing Students

Nursing Career Requirements Overview

Nursing Field Fundamentals

Native American Scholarships

Financial Aid and Scholarships for Online Graduate Students

Online MBA Review

University HQ Nursing Degree Guide

Online Colleges that Offer Free Laptops or Tablets

8 Simple Questions to Finding Your Nursing Niche

The Nursing Degree Pathfinder

Recent college graduates face a tough job market : Here are your options

Guide to Finding and Winning Nursing Scholarships

Scholarships for Nursing Majors

What is a Medical Assistant and How Can You Become One

Scholarships for Women

Financial Assistance for Single Mothers

Online RN to MSN

Healthcare Administration Degrees Guide

Family Nurse Practitioner Programs Online

Free Internet for Students:  7 Providers Offering Support

Scholarships for Women

Nursing Programs and COVID-19

Online Degrees in Public Service

Financial Aid for Online Colleges

Nursing Cover Letter Example & Guide [2020]

Understanding of Federal Student Aid

Advent Health University Night Shift Nurse Survival Guide:  Resources, Tools & Tips

Nurse Journal Social Community for Nurses Worldwide Financial Aid Overview and Scholarships

DeVry University Healthcare Degrees

Nursing Career Guide – The Best Scholarship Search Platforms of 2017

Nursing Scholarship Health Care Leaders

Nursing Scholarship

Online RN to BSN programs

How to Become a Nurse

Top 50 RN to BSN Programs

Registered RN to MSN Guide

RN Salary

RN Careers

The Student Loan Report

Top Nursing

Healthcare administration degree guidebooks to better help job seekers, professionals, and students understand the changing landscapes of healthcare administration both at school and work. This guidebook can be viewed here:

Accredited Online Schools and Colleges Online Nursing Programs from Top Schools

Health Services Administration Major

Medical and Billing Coding (Student guide, icd-10, scholarship)

Managing Nurse Fatigue – A Commitment to Quality Care

Rutgers OnlinePursue What’s Next:  RN to Bachelor of Science in Nursing

Bradley University Online Master of Science in Nursing Program

Accredited Schools Online

Contacting a state board of nursing – How to find them

College Guidebook: Tips and tricks to success

Guide to Online Universities & Colleges

Online College Financial Aid Opportunities

Student Success: A College Survival Guide

The Online MBA in Healthcare Management

How to Get Hired: A Grads Guide to a Career

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George Washington University School of Nursing and Health Studies

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AND Your Nursing Career Guide

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BSN Education

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The Scholarship

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How to Become a Nurse

CNA Test Practice

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Guide to Online BSN to DNP Programs

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Best Trade Schools:  Nursing and Healthcare

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Nurse Salary Guide in Ohio

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How to Become a CNA

In the years to come, our country is projected to experience a shortage of nurses that will only be aggravated by the aging Baby Boomer generation. Considering nurses’ contributions to the entire medical industry, the impact would degrade our society’s health at large. It’s increasingly more important than ever to encourage individuals to pursue or advance their careers in nursing.

However, the variety of degree and certificate options, and all the acronyms that come with them can make the nursing field difficult to navigate. In order to help alleviate the confusion, my team at curated a streamlined series of guides breaking down degree types, program requirements, and flexible degree options. You can check them out below:

Becoming a Nurse Series

Nursing Career Pathways

Earning a Nursing Degree:

Flexible Nursing Programs:

Accelerated Nursing Programs:

Becoming a Certified Nursing Assistant

What is a CNA?

Flexible CNA Programs:

Scholarships for Prospective Nurses:

In order for our healthcare system – and more broadly, our society – to be able to address the needs of its people, we need well-trained nurses to counteract the shortage. We researched these guides to help nurses advance their careers for the betterment of both their lives and their communities.


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Each scholarship will award $5,000 to 10 students with the most compelling ideas for addressing some of the biggest challenges in healthcare.

  • GoodRx Helps Equity in Pharmacy Scholarship
    • For current or recently graduated pharmacy (PharmD) or pharmacy technician students (CPhT, PTCB)
    • Applications open May 16 – June 27
  • GoodRx Helps Future Black Physicians and Physician Associates Scholarship
    • For current or recently graduated Black medical (MD, DO) or physician associate students (PA)
    • Applications open June 1 – July 13
  • GoodRx Helps Nurses for Change Scholarship
    • For current or recently graduated nursing (LPN/LVN, ASN, BSN) or advanced degree nursing students (MSN, APRN, DNP)
    • Applications open July 5 – August 15

Eligibility requirements for the scholarships:

  • Have a minimum grade point average of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale (or its equivalent)
  • Self-identify as a person from an underrepresented population in the healthcare field

Students can visit to learn more about and apply for the GoodRx Helps scholarships.

Amanda Kistler Scholarship Program (CDONA)

In order to promote the educational pursuits of our members in LTC nursing, and support the facilities where they work, the Board of Directors and the Scholarship Committee are pleased to announce the awarding of up to ten (10) scholarships each year to qualified individuals who would like to further their education by becoming certified as a CDONA to positively impact your practice in Long Term Care Nursing.

This scholarship opportunity is available to NADONA licensed nurses, who want to become certified in order to advance their nursing practice.  The certified nurse will use their knowledge to positively impact resident life.

Deadline: December 31, 2022

Amanda Kistler Scholarship Program (CDONA)


Stephanie Carroll Scholarship

This scholarship has been established in memory of Stephanie Carroll, long-time valued NADONA employee. It will be awarded to a nursing student enrolled in an accredited nursing program who has chosen Long Term Care or Geriatrics as their practice area after graduation. Nursing students in an undergraduate or graduate program are also eligible to apply for this scholarship. The following guidelines have been developed for this scholarship.


Stephanie Carroll Scholarship

Housing Resources for People With Dementia or Alzheimer's

Caregiving for Alzheimer’s: Home Modifications for Loved Ones

Find Dementia & Alzheimer's Facilities

How to Identify and Address Apathy Caused by Dementia

2019 Wound Care Conference Guide Winter-Spring

2019 Wound Care Certifications Guide

2019 Wound Care Organizations Guide

The National Pressure Injury Advisory Panel (NPIAP) is an independent not-for-profit professional organization dedicated to the prevention and management of pressure injuries. Formed in 1986, the NPIAP Board of Directors is composed of leading experts from different health care disciplines— all of whom share a commitment to the prevention and management of pressure injuries. With our focus on pressure injury prevention and management, the NPIAP serves as a unique resource to health care professionals, the government, public, and health care agencies. The NPIAP welcomes and encourages the participation of those interested in pressure injury issues through utilization of NPIAP educational materials, participation at national conferences, and support of efforts in public policy, education and research.


Podcast ~ Jan. 27, 2022 "A Spoonful of Sugar – Empty Bed Syndrome: The Impact of Staffing Shortages"

NADONA is proud to offer these great webinars. Increase your knowledge while getting needed CE as part of many states license requirements and requirement to renew certifications. These webinars may also be part of your corporations clinical ladders!

In order to receive CE for webinars, you must register individually and sign in to the webinar

Webinar Programs


PharMerica Past Webinar Series

Recording of Webinar ~ Sept. 20, 2022 "Part 1: CMS Phase 3 Guidance: 4-part Webinar Series"

Recording of Webinar ~ Sept. 27, 2022 "Part 2: CMS Phase 3 Guidance: Quality of Care, Behavioral Health Services, and Food and Nutrition"

Recording of Webinar ~ Oct. 4, 2022 "Part 3: CMS Phase 3 Guidance: Infection Control, Pharmacy Services, Quality of Life, and Physician Services"

Recording of Webinar ~ Oct. 11, 2022 "Part 4: CMS Phase 3 Guidance: QAPI, Compliance and Ethics Program, Physical Environment, and Nursing Services"

Recording of Webinar ~ Oct. 18, 2022 "Part 5: CMS Phase 3 Guidance: Behavioral Health Services; and Food and Nutrition"

Recording of Webinar ~ Sept. 15, 2022 " The Medication Pass: An Evidence-Based and Person-Centered Approach to Improving Efficiency""

Recording of Webinar ~ Aug. 3, 2022 "All Aboard! Staying on Track to Optimize Psychotropic Medications"

FAQs from Webinar ~ Aug. 3, 2022 "All Aboard! Staying on Track to Optimize Psychotropic Medications"

Recording of Webinar ~ July 21, 2022 "More MDS coordinators are walking the floor. Is that a costly mistake?"

Quick Reference Guide: Phase 3 F-Tag Compliance

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