Steps for Implementing the CMS Final Rule for Emergency and Disaster Preparedness

Steps for Implementing the CMS Final Rule for Emergency and Disaster Preparedness

Steps for Implementing the CMS Final Rule for Emergency and Disaster Preparedness

Steps for Implementing the CMS Final Rule for Emergency and Disaster Preparedness

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In a major emergency or disaster, many employees that you count on may leave to take care of family members - with and without notice. There is no way to plan for the timing of an emergency of disaster, it is never a convenient time. Many employees will rise to the occasion of leadership if they are given an opportunity and good instructions. You can't always count on external services, such as law enforcement and county services, they can be consumed into the situation and will also have to prioritize resources. ACCREDITATION REQUIREMENT AAAHC 2.B.7.1.b-MS (1) (OSHA 1910.38, 1910.165) (AAAASF Medicare 400.020.005.010.011.014.015.016.017.021) (AAAASF Regular/ Procedural 400.020.010.014.015.020.025.030.035.040.050.055) (OSHA 1910.38, 1910.165)

COURSE INFORMATION

1 hrsValid for 12 monthsCreated 2020-02-12Updated 2020-02-12

Course Objectives

  • Understand the core elements for the CMS Emergency and Disaster Preparedness Final Rule.
  • Become familiar with specific requirements for various healthcare settings, such as ASC, federally qualified community health centers, and physician practices.
  • Develop and maintain an emergency preparedness communication plan that complies with federal, state, and local laws.
  • Develop and implement policies and procedures based on the emergency plan and risk assessment that are reviewed and updated at least annually.
  • How to develop and maintain training and testing programs, including initial training in policies and procedures.

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