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  On Demand  CE  2011 CMS and TJC Dietary Standards
This program will discuss the CMS hospital conditions of participation requirements for dietary and food and nutrition services. It is an important part of the CMS survey an area that has received increased scrutiny. In addition to CMS regulations, the conference will also focus on The Joint Commission provision of care chapter standards and dietary tracer information. The tracer is used to assess and determine the degree of compliance with standards and elements of performance related to nutrition care. The tracer used through dietetic and food services covers similar issues discussed during the CMS survey.
Program Objectives:
  • Discuss CMS Food and Dietetic Services CoP Topics
  • Explain the TJC Provision of Care Standards
Presenter:
Sue Dill Calloway, RN, MSN, JD
  Sue Calloway has been a nurse attorney and medical-legal consultant for more than thirty years. She has presented numerous educational programs for nurses, physicians, and other healthcare professionals on topics such as patient safety, Joint Commission, CMS, and HIPAA issues. She is on the board for the Emergency Medicine Patient Safety Foundation.

Sue has authored over 100 books and thousands of articles. Previously she has been a nursing professor, medical malpractice defense attorney, and director of health policy and risk management for eight years for the Ohio Hospital Association. Sue is also past VP of legal services, compliance officer and privacy officer for a community hospital. She is the author of the book on the 2009 Joint Commission Leadership Standards by HCPro.

Sue Dill Calloway has disclosed no relevant, real or apparent personal or professional financial relationships.
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