CMS Revised Requirements of Participation - Webinar
August 29 & August 31, 2022
9:00 am – 12:30 pm
On June 29, 2022, CMS released revisions to the Phase 2 Requirements of Participation guidance to enhance quality and oversight in certain areas, such as abuse and neglect, admission, transfer, and discharge, and improving care for individuals with mental health or substance use disorder needs. Additional clarifications were incorporated into the regulatory groups of Quality of Life and Quality of Care, Food and Nutrition Services, and Physical Environment. In addition to the changes to Phase 2, CMS has provided guidance to implement the Phase 3 Requirements of Participation. CMS also revised Chapter 5 of the SOM related to investigating complaints and facility reported incidents (FRIs). Starting October 24, 2022, surveyors will begin using the guidance to determine compliance during annual recertification and complaint surveys.
This two-day virtual workshop will review the updates to Phase 2 requirements as well as the new interpretative guidance for the Phase 3 Requirements of Participation. In addition, revisions to guidance in Chapter 5 related to Complaint and Facility Reported Incidents will be reviewed.
- Recognize the key changes to the federal Requirements of Participation.
- Identify the necessary actions to take within your facility to successfully comply with new regulations.
- Understand the investigative process for complaint and facility reported incidents.
Beth DiGiammarino, Nurse Practitioner, Gibbous Consulting Services, Former Complaint Unit Supervisor, Massachusetts Department of Public Health
Target Audience: Administrators, Director of Nurses, Quality Improvement staff, Nurse Managers
$200 per person - Mass Senior Care Members
$400 per person - Non-Members
The Massachusetts Senior Care Association has qualified for “deemed status #NH-09015-007” from the
Board of Registration of Nursing Home Administrators for Administrators. This program also meets
continuing education requirements for Nurses in Massachusetts .
All paid attendees will receive a certificate of attendance.
Mass Senior Care must be notified in writing no later than 48 hours prior to the start of the seminar for a credit of equal amount to be issued to your Mass Senior Care account. No refunds will be given. “No Show” attendees will be billed at the full registration fee. Cancellations should be emailed to email@example.com.
Please note: Virtual Link will be sent upon receipt of payment. If the corporate office is processing your registration, please call the Mass Senior Care office to confirm payment and registration.