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Is your company new to Oklahoma? Are you looking for a way to help you and your staff get on the same page and work better as a team? This regulation review is designed for Regional Directors/Owners who are new to Oklahoma and to bring a community’s Nurse, Administrator and Marketer together to learn requirements for operating an Oklahoma Assisted Living community.

Class participants will be given a crash course on Title 63 Continuum of Care and Assisted Living Act; Title 310, Chapter 663 and will bring home a binder that will quickly be- come a vital reference tool in day-to-day operations.

For an additional $50 fee you can receive 5.25 NAB CEU hours for this training!

For additional information or questions, please call the OKALA office at (405) 235-5000

This educational offering has been reviewed by the National Continuing Education Review Service (NCERS) of the National Association of Long Term Care Administrator Boards (NAB) and approved for 5.25 clock hours and 5.25 participant hours.

 

February 23, 2018Bootcamp
June 15, 2018BootcampThe location will be at 1621 S Eucalyptus Ave Ste 102, Broken Arrow, OK 74012—Brookdale Home Health and lunch will be sponsored by Boomer Solutions Pharmacy.
November 30, 2018Bootcamp
Location Gemini Building
3101 Tinker Diagonal
Oklahoma City OK 73115

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February 23, 2018
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Registration + CEUs $200.00
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OKALA’S NEWEST TRAINING SERIES

“Lunch-n-Learn’s” are intended to provide quality, affordable, education programs and are designed with the providers busy schedules in mind. These training series will educate providers on the newest trends, regulations, rules, products & developments in assisted living.

TARGET AUDIENCE

  • Administrators
  • RN, LPN, DOW
  • Regional/Management Team
  • Marketing/Admissions

 

Dates/Topics

SEPTEMBER 7 – TECHNOLOGY & TIME MANAGEMENT

Technology+TimeManagement=CostSavings .

In today’s assisted living environment, communities need solutions that are affordable, user-friendly and provide management with the data needed to make sound business decisions. Whether it is job posting; applicant tracking; employee on-boarding; staff credentials; and the list goes on. We will dis- cuss at the L&L the different technology systems that can be YOUR solution to efficient workflows and create a cost savings to your bottom line. Sponsored by: SPHERICA HR

 

SEPTEMBER 21 – COORDINATION OF CARE

Coordination of Care for the Assisted Living Resident .

Coordination of care is challenging. A resident may have multiple individuals involved in their care. From specialists, primary care provider, agencies (home health / hospice), family, etc. This L&L is designed to help assisted living staff develop effective care coordination activities. Topics to be discussed include regulations; individuals that should be involved; how to achieve care coordination; policies and procedures development; quality assurance; plus much more! Suggestions & examples will be given to help YOU expedite any changes needed to achieve effective coordination of care. Sponsored by: Physician Housecall’s

 

OCTOBER 19 – EMERGENCY PLANS

Does Your Emergency Plan fit the needs of Oklahoma Weather?

With the recent events in our neighboring states its time to re-look at your emergency plans. Do you have ALL of Oklahoma’s weather covered? Join us to take a look at your Emergency Plan with some new insight to help ensure your residents are safe during an emergency.

 

NOVEMBER 16 – DETERMINING REASONABLE SUSPICION

Determining Reasonable Suspicion on Drug & Alcohol with Staff.

With the new medical marijuana law, as supervisors, we can all use a refresher in how to determine if our staff is under the influence of a drug or alcohol. Sponsored by: Physician Housecall’s

 

DECEMBER 20 – THE PHYSICIAN’S ROLE IN MEDICAL MARIJUANA

Getting an order for Your Resident.

Currently, rules on what the physician’s role in medical marijuana have not been established so how will you get an order for your resident? Join OKALA’s Executive Director & Several OKALA Member’s who have either worked on the LTC Ad Hoc Committee, serve on the OK Medical Board or is a physician for a dynamic & informative presentation at our final L&L of 2018. Sponsored by: Physician Housecall’s

 

DIRECTIONS:

From I-40 driving East

  • Exit Scott Street
  • Turn Left onto Overpass
  • Turn Right onto Tinker Diagonal
  • Left into Gemini Building Entrance

 

From I-40 driving West

  • Exit Scott Street/Reno Ave *Merge onto Tinker Diagonal
  • Right into Gemini Building Entrance

 

Agenda

11:30 am

Registration Lunch (provided)

12:00 pm

Education

1:00 pm

Adjorn

Each L&L will have a limited number of seats. So when class size reaches capacity, registration will close for that L&L session. You can register for 1 or all 5! Just don’t miss out on the session you really want to attend.

NAB CEU’S* These educational offering have been submitted for review by the National Continuing Education Review Service (NCERS) of the National Association of Long Term Care Administrator Boards (NAB) for approval of 1.0 clock hours and 1.0 participant hours for each Lunch-n-Learn Topic.

September 7, 2018Gemini Bldg.
Location Gemini Building
3101 Tinker Diagonal
Oklahoma City OK 73115

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