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June 3 - October 1, 2020

Free Call Series: Tackling High-Priority COVID-19 Challenges for Nursing Homes

Free Call Series:
Tackling High-Priority COVID-19 Challenges
for Nursing Homes

The John A Hartford Foundation and IHI (the Institute for Healthcare Improvement) have partnered to bring those of us who for care for elders a FREE daily 20-minute online huddle to provide real-time, pragmatic solutions that can be implemented in elder care settings today to solve many of the key problems brought about or exacerbated by COVID-19.  

For nursing home leadership, staff, residents, families, and communities impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic

Call topics will reflect the most pressing issues identified by those providing care for nursing home residents, including access to personal protective equipment (PPE), lack of testing, hospital to nursing home transfers, staff illness and absence, and staff attrition.

Benefits of Participation

  • Immediate access to specific, pragmatic guidance on clinical and operational issues confronting the nursing home community today. Guidance will be focused and ready to implement.

  • Ability to speak with collective voice to federal and state policy makers, regulators, health care systems, and others to help remove policy and regulatory barriers to mission-critical operational challenges.

  • Access to tools and materials to help explain the work of nursing homes and promote participation in the COVID-19 Rapid Response Network for Nursing Homes. These tools will help nursing homes communicate with local media outlets about efforts to serve and protect residents and staff.

Every Weekday at 12:00 Noon ET

Join us for the daily 20-minute National Nursing Home Huddles.  Register once to gain access to the entire call series.

Register Now

Please register at least one hour before the start of the next scheduled call to ensure you receive connection information.

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2020-06-03 2020-10-01 12:20:00 America/Detroit Free Call Series: Tackling High-Priority COVID-19 Challenges for Nursing Homes Free Call Series: Tackling High-Priority COVID-19 Challenges for Nursing Homes The John A Hartford Foundation and IHI (the Institute for Healthcare Improvement) have partnered to bring those of us who for care for elders a FREE daily 20-minute online huddle to provide real-time, pragmatic solutions that can be implemented in elder care settings today to solve many of the key problems brought about or exacerbated by COVID-19.   For nursing home leadership, staff, residents, families, and communities impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic Call topics will reflect the most pressing issues identified by those providing care for nursing home residents, including access to personal protective equipment (PPE), lack of testing, hospital to nursing home transfers, staff illness and absence, and staff attrition. Benefits of Participation Immediate access to specific, pragmatic guidance on clinical and operational issues confronting the nursing home community today. Guidance will be focused and ready to implement. Ability to speak with collective voice to federal and state policy makers, regulators, health care systems, and others to help remove policy and regulatory barriers to mission-critical operational challenges. Access to tools and materials to help explain the work of nursing homes and promote participation in the COVID-19 Rapid Response Network for Nursing Homes. These tools will help nursing homes communicate with local media outlets about efforts to serve and protect residents and staff. Every Weekday at 12:00 Noon ET Join us for the daily 20-minute National Nursing Home Huddles.  Register once to gain access to the entire call series. Register Now Please register at least one hour before the start of the next scheduled call to ensure you receive connection information. ----
Our national partner, LeadingAge, is an association of 6,000 not-for-profit organizations dedicated to expanding the world of possibilities for aging. Together, we advance policies, promote practices and conduct research that support, enable and empower people to live fully as they age.