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Complimentary COVID-19 Education with CE’s Offered for LNHA and SW

SDAHO is hosting the following webinars to help our members navigate the updates and changes due to COVID-19:

Payroll Tax Implications of the Families First Act & CARES Act (500+ employees)

Date/Time:  April 21, 9:00am CDT
To register:  https://www.eventbrite.com/e/webinar-payroll-tax-implications-of-the-families-first-act-cares-act-registration-102424999932
Presenter:  Kim Hunwardsen, Eide Bailly

Eide Bailly & SDAHO will host a live webinar to discuss the various payroll tax, loan and other provisions under the newly enacted legislation under the Families First Act and the CARES Act. This session will highlight how healthcare organizations with 500 employees or more can take advantage of the various payroll tax deferrals and rebates along with other funding opportunities. Topics will include the employee retention credit, payroll tax deferral and loan and grant provisions.

COVID-19 Focused Infection Control Survey Overview

Date/Time:  April 22, 10:00am CDT
To register: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/webinar-covid-19-focused-infection-control-survey-overview-registration-102795877236
Presenter:  Barbara Speedling

 CMS announced changes to the Federal survey process in March 2020 in response to the 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) Pandemic. The full scope of these changes and the infection control standards required by CMS and the CDC in all health care facilities is the focus of this session.

CE’s are offered for LNHA and SW’s

This webinar has been made free for participants by the generous sponsorship of SDAHO endorsed business partner, Focus One Solutions!

Advance Care Planning During a Pandemic

Date/Time:  April 23, 11:00am CDT
To register:  https://www.eventbrite.com/e/webinar-advance-care-planning-during-a-pandemic-registration-102909272404
Presenters:  Cheryl Fischbach, DNP, RN & Helen Hegge, MSN, RN, The University of South Dakota Nursing professors, Respecting Choices Advance Care Planning Instructors; Marcia Taylor, RN, Monument Health; Michele Snyders, MSW, CSW-PIP, APHSW-C , Avera eCARE

With COVID-19 no one can eliminate the uncertainty about whether they will get sick, or how sick they will become.  But there is a way to limit the uncertainty, through proactively asking about the type of care they want, should they become severely ill.  Providing this information in advance limits the uncertainty for their loved ones and for the clinical teams who can confidently create a plan that aligns with what matters most to the individual.

Join a panel of experts who will discuss resources available to help facilitate person-centered care conversations with patients and families related to the COVID-19 pandemic.  ​Hear from colleagues on some of the unique challenges faced when having person-centered care conversations and review the legal considerations with the various advance care planning forms and documents.

CE’s are offered for LNHA and SW’s

COVID 19 Response:  Immediate Cash Planning webinar

Date:  April 24, 9am-9:45am CDT
To register:  https://www.eventbrite.com/e/covid-19-response-immediate-cash-planning-webinar-registration-102718742524
Presenters:  Stroudwater Associates

Long-held assumptions dashed. Reliable service lines closed. Cash flow dwindling. This is the new normal for hospital leaders due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Rural and community hospitals should take immediate steps to understand the magnitude of the potential cash shortfall and then develop strategies to mitigate.

Join Eric K. Shell, CPA, MBA, Stroudwater Associates Chairman of the Board, for a webinar on Friday, April 24, to learn actionable, practical steps that hospital and health system leaders should take to increase cash flow leveraging the CARES Act of 2020 (Medicare accelerated payments, Small Business Administration Payroll Protection Program, new SHIP dollars, etc.), and some more traditional strategies.

In addition, learn best practice approaches taken by an innovative rural hospital CEO that effectively positioned his organization for the post-pandemic world.

Tips for Providing Dementia Care During COVID-19

Date/Time:  Tuesday, April 28​, 1pm CDT
Register here:  https://www.eventbrite.com/e/webinar-tips-for-providing-dementia-care-during-covid-19-registration-102426781260
Presenter:  Kathi Herried, Alzheimer’s Association South Dakota Chapter

Most likely, dementia does not increase risk for COVID-19, the respiratory illness caused by the new coronavirus, just like dementia does not increase risk for flu. However, dementia-related behaviors, increased age and common health conditions that often accompany dementia may increase risk.  For example, people with Alzheimer’s disease and all other dementia may forget to wash their hands or take other recommended precautions to prevent illness. In addition, diseases like COVID-19 and the flu may worsen cognitive impairment due to dementia. This session will share tips on how to care for patients living with Alzheimer’s and other related dementia illnesses within residential communities and home-based settings. Attendees will also learn about available resources provided through the Alzheimer’s Association.

CE’s are offered for LNHA and SW’s

Quality Assurance Strategies for Compliance in Infection Control

Date/Time:  April 29, 10:00am, CDT
Register here:  https://www.eventbrite.com/e/webinar-quality-assurance-strategies-for-compliance-in-infection-control-registration-102798196172
Presenter:  Barbara Speedling

Developing an efficient, organized approach to keeping pace with the evolving regulations relative to infection control and preventing the spread of COVID-19 is the focus of this session. Systems for monitoring policy revisions, staff education and training, infection control screening practices, and documentation of all COVID-19 related activities will be discussed.

 CE’s are offered for LNHA and SW’s

This webinar has been made free for registrants by the generous sponsorship of SDAHO Enterprises endorsed business partner, Focus One Solutions!

Environmental Standards for Infection Control

Date/Time:  May 1, 10:00am, CDT
Register here:  https://www.eventbrite.com/e/webinar-environmental-standards-for-infection-control-registration-102811686522
Presenter:  Barbara Speedling

While clinical infection control practices are vital in preventing the spread of COVID-19, maintaining a safe and sanitary environment of care is equally important to minimizing the spread of the virus. The revised standards for cleaning and sanitizing facility environments and equipment, EPA-approved disinfectants, linen handling, and new interventions in environmental sanitation are the focus of this session.

CE’s are offered for LNHA and SW’s

This webinar has been made free for registrants by the generous sponsorship of SDAHO Enterprises endorsed business partner, Focus One Solutions!


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