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Course 2356
Nursing Law Update 2007
Purpose: This program will cover recent Joint Commission and CMS changes and the legal implications. The
Adverse No Pay Events will also be addressed.

Target Audience: CEOs, COOs, CNOs, Nursing Leadership, Professional Staff Nurses, Pharmacists, ED Managers,
Joint Commission Coordinators, Risk Managers, PI Directors, Quality Improvement Coordinators, Compliance Officers,
and Patient Safety Officers and Staff.
Date: December 6, 2007 Time:

Sue Dill Calloway has been a nurse attorney and medical-legal
consultant for more than 25 years. She has presented numerous educational programs for nurses, physicians, and other health care professionals on topics such as patient safety, The Joint Commission, CMS, and HIPAA issues. Currently, Sue is the Director of Hospital Risk Management with the OHIC Insurance Company.
Programs Topics:

• CMS new security of medication standard • CMS new restraint and seclusion regulations • Death reporting of patients in restraints • Joint Commission medication management tracer • Medication errors as common cause of liability • Skin assessment and POA documentation • TJC new disruptive behavior standard
At the completion of this program, the participant will be able to:
1. Discuss hot topics in nursing practice including the new changes to the Joint Commission National Patient Safety
2. Discuss the new CMS 8 adverse events that Medicare will not pay.
3. Explain the new guidelines for donation after cardiac death.
4. Describe the new CMS regulations for reporting deaths of patients in restraints.

There is a site fee of $100 for IHA member hospitals for this course; $200 for all others. Advance
registration is required to ensure delivery of instructional materials. Registration Deadline: November 29, 2007.
Course 2356
Nursing Law Update 2007
Contact:_______________________________________________________________________________________ Title:__________________________________________________________________________________________ Organization:___________________________________________________________________________________ Address:_______________________________________________________________________________________ City, State, Zip:__________________________________________________________________________________ Phone:__________________________Fax:__________________________E-Mail:_________________________ IHA Member Hospital…………………………………$100 Non-IHA Member Hospital………………………….$200
Payment must be received in order to get program materials.
Registration deadline: November 29, 2007
___ Check (payable to IHA)
Name of Cardholder:___________________________________________________________________________ Card Number:________________________________________ Exp. Date:_______________________________ Amount $ _____________________________ Mail with your remittance to:
E-mail to:
Boise, ID 83701-1278

Have questions or need more information? Contact Toni Pugmire at (208) 338-5100 x201


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