KAHCF 2022 Quality Summit

We’re excited to present the 2022 Spring Conference at the Holiday Inn-University Plaza in Bowling Green where long term and Assisted Living care professionals from across the state will come together to get inspired by our speakers, participate in high-quality education sessions,  and network with peers and industry leaders.

 

Thank you to our Presenting Sponsor:

Speaker handouts listed by session number:

Pre-Convention: Click here

Session 1: Click here

Session 2 : Click here 

Session 2:Click here (part 2) 

Session 3: Click here

Session 4: Click here

Session 5: Click here

Session 6:Click here

Session 7: Click here

Session 8: Click here

Learn more

About the Quality Summit:
  • Click here to download registration brochure
  • Registration is Live! Online registration will close on May 13. EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION DEADLINE MAY 4th
  • Who should consider participating: Administrators, Facility Owners/Operators, Regional/Corporate Consultants, Human Resources, Nurses, and Department Directors/Managers.
  • Platinum Vendor Members display of products and services: May 17th, 4:30- 6:00 p.m. 
  • Membership Meeting:May 18th, 8:30 a.m. to elect your new Board of Directors
Hotel and location of the Quality Summit
Holiday Inn-University Plaza
1021 Wilkinson Trace 
Bowling Green, Kentucky
Tel:  (270) 745-0088

Hotel room rates:
$125 -Single, double, Triple per room night
Hotel deadline to make reservations-May 2, 2022

How to make your hotel reservations:

  • Click here to make your hotel reservations on line.
  • Call 1-800-HOLIDAY and mention block code KQS

KAHCF COVID-19 Protocols

Your safety and well-being are our top priority.  We are partnering with the Holiday Inn- University Plaza to deliver a safe, comfortable, and stress-free conference experience. KAHCF will be following enhanced safety and rigorous cleanliness protocols in addition to the safety guidelines outlined by the Centers of Disease Control and the Kentucky Department of Health.

Registration Fees and Policies

Save costs by registering before May 4!

*Does not include preconvention or lunch and learn fees

KAHCF MEMBERS                                               

Early Bird Individual Rate-cut off May 4th   $159 per person
 Individual Rate after May 4th                        $199 per person
 Pre-Convention Session                               $35 per person

Platinum Appreciation luncheon Ticket       $18 per person

NON MEMBERS

            Early Bird Individual Rate-                             $298 per person
            Individual Rate                                               $398 per person
            Pre-Convention Session                                $70 per person

ATTENTION: PLEASE EMAIL KAREN BASS ([email protected]) WITH NAME, TITLE & EMAIL ADDRESS FOR ANY NEW EMPLOYEES IN ORDER TO  RECEIVE THE KAHCF MEMBER PRICING.

KAHCF CANCELLATION POLICY
Cancellations received seven (7) workdays prior to the seminar date will receive a full refund. Cancellations received inside of seven (7) workdays will receive one-half refund. Participants who do not attend will not receive a refund unless prior written notice is given to the KAHCF office. All cancellations must be made in writing and may be emailed to [email protected]  Phone cancellations will not be accepted.


PAYMENT AND COLLECTION POLICY
Members shall pay for conventions or seminars in advance. All registrations must be accompanied by complete payment or a “purchase order.” Registrations received without payment will not be processed until above conditions are met. If “purchase order” is used, full payment must be received seven (7) days prior to seminar or convention. Any payment not received prior to the event shall be billed at the non-member rate. All registrations received without payment or “purchase order” will be invoiced at time registration is received.If membership dues or any invoices are 90 days in arrears, registration fee for seminar or convention will be charged at the non-member rate unless payment is made in full seven (7) days prior to seminar or convention


When
5/17/2022 9:00 AM - 5/18/2022 3:00 PM
Central Daylight Time
Where
Holiday Inn-University Plaza 1021 Wilkinson Trace Bowling Green, KY 42103
Spots available
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Program

Tuesday, 17 May 2022

Description
How do you stay current with all the new information that you are presented with every day while confronting ongoing staffing and time challenges?  This session will provide tools, tips and resources that will assist clinical staff to gain new ideas for direct care and management tasks.  Topics will include Quality Measures, 5 Star, Infection Control, Wounds, Nutrition, Clinical Education/CEUs, Falls, and MDS.
Time
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
10:00 AM
“ZING” means energy, enthusiasm, or liveliness. Due to the pandemic, many health care professionals have either temporarily “misplaced” their ZING or have totally lost it! Maybe no one noticed that your ZING was missing, because you put up a “good front” and didn’t let anyone know what you were going through personally. Maybe you were the community “cheerleader” and could not allow others to see the cost of the pandemic to you as an individual. Maybe even YOU weren’t aware of what was taking place within your own emotions and feelings, but now, you realize something is missing. Whatever your emotional position may be Post-COVID, professionals are finding it harder and harder to recapture that enthusiasm for the job they love, and the role they play within their community. Cat will share what COVID has done to us - the good, the bad, and the ugly. She will also be offering guidance and suggestions on how we can recapture that motivation and enthusiasm for what we do best - caring for our precious elders. If you can’t seem to find the motivation you need to return to our “new normal,” this is the session for you!
Time
1:00 PM - 2:30 PM
Spots available
188
1:00 PM
This session will review survey trends for 2021, including the top cited deficiencies and the impact of COVID on the timeliness of annual surveys. We will explore the "Top 10" deficiencies thus far in 2022 and discuss best practices for how to prevent the "Top 5" citations. Finally, insight will be provided for best practices to remain survey "ready" 365 days a year, and how to keep staff always prepared for survey.
Time
3:00 PM - 4:30 PM
Spots available
139
3:00 PM
This program explores the most impactful ways to gain and sustain census momentum within the current health care landscape while being mindful of today's workforce obstacles. Twenty two results-proven strategies/takeaways will be outlined for immediate adaptation and implementation within the post-acute, skilled nursing and assisted living marketplace. This program is designed for leaders who are willing to break out of the typical and expected industry norms, flex beyond their comfort zones and move past "muffin marketing." Regardless of what part of the health care or senior living journey you champion, sustaining a strong census is critical to the success of your overall operation.
Time
3:00 PM - 4:30 PM
Spots available
171
3:00 PM
Participants will review and understand stages of dementia with remaining abilities, discuss direct and indirect interventions for behavioral and psychological symptoms of dementia, and understand when and why specific interventions work in their communities.
Time
3:00 PM - 4:30 PM
3:00 PM

Wednesday, 18 May 2022

Description
Join the Office of Inspector General to review the F-Tags- F880: Infection Prevention and Control and F886 re COVID-19 Testing. During this presentation you will review the eight IFC regulations condolences, twelve critical elements of compliance for infection control and review investigation approaches for IFC (CE Pathway). Factors used to determine seriousness of deficiencies will be discussed.
Time
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM
10:30 AM
All recipients of Provider Relief Fund (PRF) payments must comply with the reporting requirements described in the terms and conditions and specified in directions issued by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Secretary. Reporting Period 1 and Period 2 have closed and now it is time to discuss and plan for Reporting Period 3, and Period 4. It will be vital for all SNF's to keep supporting documentation, verify expenses reported in Period 1 and Period 2 are not included in the future reporting periods, and ensure all other assistance is accounted for.
Time
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM
Spots available
91
10:30 AM
Session 7-- Trauma Informed Care Regulatory Overview and Practical Application: A COVID-19 Perspective Understanding trauma informed care is important as it represents an integrated approach to IDT understanding residents holistically. IDTs must approach resident assessment with an eye, ear and heart toward understanding resident specific trauma and how a resident specific experience of trauma may affect the nuance of care planning, goal setting and outcomes achievement. Attendees will benefit from an understanding of how a truly interdisciplinary approach is necessary to a resident oriented, outcomes driven concept of care that allows past and present trauma to inform specific care pathways.
Time
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM
10:30 AM
Building Cathedrals: The Power of Purpose Greg’s presentation is based on a famous 300-year-old story about bricklayers. The story illustrates how people with purpose are more successful and productive in their life and work. This entertaining keynote will inspire you to inspire. Find your purpose and transform your team from a “team of bricklayers” to “a team of Cathedral builders.” Greg Coker is from Bowling Green, KY. He is an expert when it comes to leadership, employee engagement, culture and purpose. He has 25 years’ experience working at three Fortune 500 companies as a senior level manager. Greg is the author of Building Cathedrals: The Power of Purpose and the Soft Skills
Time
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
12:00 PM
Session 8- Leading through the Storm:  Legacy in Leadership & Steering Employee Engagement The healthcare system is broken, and we are faced with the perfect storm. The only way we will navigate the recruitment, retention, and burnout challenges in the workplace is when a new type of leader rises at all levels. Join us for this thought and action provoking session where we will address the current challenges and state of engagement in the healthcare workforce; fundamental concepts of resilient, caring leadership; and best practices and practical tools to promote employee and organization well-being. All participants in this session will receive a complimentary toolkit to take the helm of engagement in your organization, including an easy-to-deliver self-care series, leadership assessment, and coaching tool. At the end of the session, a participant in attendance will be selected to receive a complimentary registration to the upcoming virtual leadership series provided in partnership by Radiant & Resilient Leadership and KAHCF.
Time
1:30 PM - 3:00 PM
1:30 PM

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