Margaret Chamberlain will be presenting a session at LeadingAge Michigan Regulatory Day 2018 on March 27. She will provide an OIG update, and also discuss the intersection of new Federal transfer and discharge rules with Michigan’s state involuntary transfer and discharge requirements.
LeadingAge Michigan’s Description of the Event
As expected, 2018 began with continued regulatory changes for providers. We have already been addressing a lot of changes and we know more are on the horizon. To assist our members, we’ve assembled a team of high-level content experts; professionals who have first-hand knowledge of the regulatory changes. Join us for our full-day of regulatory updates that include:
- Larry Horvath, Bureau Director, LARA, will provide a Bureau update.
- Michelle Roepke, Director of Federal Survey & Certification Division, LARA, will review the new long-term care survey protocol and briefly describe recent trends and citation patterns.
- Margaret Chamberlain, Partner, Rolf Goffman Martin Lang, will provide an OIG update and address involuntary discharge requirements.
- Carolyn Stramecki, Project Director, Honoring Healthcare Choices-Michigan, will share more information about POLST (Provider Orders for Life-Sustaining Treatment) an approach to improving end-of-life care.
- James Wiggins, Health Facility Professional and Nurse Aide Section Manager, LARA, will give an overview of Public Act 172 – Part 219 which covers C N A Reciprocity.
- Laura Remis, Environmental Health & Safety Manager, LARA, will discuss how a surveyor will verify compliance with the new water management plan requirement for healthcare facilities.
For more information and to register, please visit LeadingAge Michigan HERE.