Class B Non-Medical Part 7 Licensure Regulations-NEW!

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Non-Medical Part 7 Licensure Regulations

Understand and effectively apply the regulations for Licensed Class B Non-medical Personal Care agencies in these areas of operations:
Governing Body,
Manager/alternate,
Homemaker,
Personal Care Worker,
Annual organization evaluation (brief),
Quality Management Program (brief).

A goal of this course is to provide the fundamentals of Home Care Management for compliance with requirements by CDPHE. Attendees will learn skills and tools necessary to apply State Licensure rules in Chapter 26, Part 7 to include an in-depth review from the non-medical management perspective.

It is easy for managers and staff to misunderstand nuances in regulations for skilled and non-medical operations. As the Manager, you may need to help your staff as well as clients and their family members understand the differences between skilled and non-medical care provisions in terms of when each type of care may be provided according to law.

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Non-Medical Part 7 Licensure Regulations

Understand and effectively apply the regulations for Licensed Class B Non-medical Personal Care agencies in these areas of operations:
Governing Body,
Manager/alternate,
Homemaker,
Personal Care Worker,
Annual organization evaluation (brief),
Quality Management Program (brief).

A goal of this course is to provide the fundamentals of Home Care Management for compliance with requirements by CDPHE. Attendees will learn skills and tools necessary to apply State Licensure rules in Chapter 26, Part 7 to include an in-depth review from the non-medical management perspective.

It is easy for managers and staff to misunderstand nuances in regulations for skilled and non-medical operations. As the Manager, you may need to help your staff as well as clients and their family members understand the differences between skilled and non-medical care provisions in terms of when each type of care may be provided according to law.