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Latest developments for senior services providers: key factors in infection control preparedness for frontline healthcare professionals

The COVID-19 pandemic has affected senior services providers in an unprecedented manner. In addition to demonstrating adaptability by providing the care and services required to keep their residents and team members as safe and healthy as possible, provider managers and staff also need to be aware of frequent updates, waivers and requirements from the federal government in response to the pandemic.

Times like these also allow providers the chance to dissect and complete root cause analyses of the events and responses to crisis situations, allowing for a more comprehensive plan and execution for the next event.

Listen to Baker Tilly’s on-demand webinar that focuses on how the work of frontline healthcare staff in senior living facilities is being affected by the coronavirus and how it will affect their work in the future. Key areas of discussion include:

  • The current state of the pandemic and the federal relief efforts for senior services providers
  • The infection control tool that has been provided by Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS)   
  • The processes to create emergency response plans
  • The systems and processes
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More than 40% of Skilled Nursing Facilities Do Not Have an Adequate Infection Control Plan to Respond to the COVID-19 Pandemic

"40.9% of respondents answered “No" or "Not sure" to a poll question during the Key factors in infection control preparedness for frontline healthcare professionals webinar on May 7, 2020.”

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