[On-demand webinar] Psychotropic medication: Achieving a successful survey

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Will your current psychotropic medication practices result in a successful survey?

Psychotropic medication management continues to be a significant focus of CMS guidance and DOH Surveys. The role of the prescriber has shifted from prescribing medications to a more conservative approach of de-prescribing psychotropic medications where appropriate. Your facility’s effective management of psychotropic medications can lead to improved care, better quality metrics, decreased pharmacy costs, improved Five-Star rating, and reduced risk of tags.

Reducing psychotropic medication use in the SNF setting is achievable, but will require facilities to be proactive in integrating care and establishing a facility culture that supports residents with behavioral health issues. This webinar focuses on developing clinical practices, facility procedures, and documentation which support a proactive approach to managing psychotropic medication.

[On-demand webinar] Psychotropic medication: Achieving a successful survey

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About our speakers

Elizabeth Borntrager, MSN, PMHNP-BC
National Director of Behavioral Health Operations, TeamHealth

Ms. Borntrager has over 15 years of nursing experience, specializing in geriatric psychiatry, non-pharmacologic measures in long-term care, and psychotropic regulatory issues. She holds a Master’s degree from University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill.

Dr. Robert Figlerski
Director of Behavioral Health Services, Mid-Atlantic Region, TeamHealth

Dr. Figlerski possesses over 35 years of experience in clinical psychology, concentrating his educational, clinical, and research efforts in Health Psychology and Rehabilitation. He holds a Ph.D. and M.A. degree in psychology from Hofstra University.

This webinar is sponsored by SimpleLTC and TeamHealth. Please share this training with your colleagues.

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