Farmington Hills based non-profit, MPRO, is partnering with One Vision: Moving Forward for a statewide conference for Michigan nursing homes. The goal of “So Happy Together: How to Achieve and Measure Consistent Assignment,” is to help nursing homes achieve a staffing method that protects resident relationships and improves the quality of their care.
“We’re excited to have several nationally known experts and a panel of Michigan nursing homes come together to share the philosophy and benefits of consistent assignment,” said Hollis Turnham, PHI Midwest Director. Participants will come away with a plan to successfully implement a consistently assigned staff.”
Featured speakers include Nicholas Castle, MHA, Ph.D., University of Pittsburg, Carol Scott, Advancing Excellence in America’s Nursing Homes Campaign and Susan Misiorski, director of PHI Coaching and Consulting Services.
The conference will be held on Thursday, March 6 at the Mt. Pleasant Comfort Inn Hotel and Conference Center from 9 a.m.-3:45 p.m. The cost to attend is $45. Click here to learn more or to register for the event.
MPRO is an independent nonprofit and a national leader in health care quality improvement and medical review. MPRO serves as the federally designated Quality Improvement Organization (QIO) for Michigan under contract with the U.S. Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). MPRO also provides consultative services, medical and utilization review and data analysis to federal agencies, state Medicaid and public health agencies, health care facilities, private health plans and other third party payers. For more information, visit http://mpro.org.
About One Vision: Moving Forward
One Vision: Moving Forward brings together a wide range of partners to identify and resolve obstacles to the implementation of person-centered practices and other culture change initiatives in Michigan’s skilled nursing homes. At the same time, One Vision is addressing the challenges that Michigan regulators face in carrying out their responsibilities as they assess the state’s wide array of culture change initiatives.