Compliance education is a critical part of healthcare staff training to improve quality of care, boost staff knowledge and resilience, and reduce risk for the organization. MedBridge compliance courses align with applicable laws and regulations and include oversight by relevant healthcare consultants.
This set of compliance courses for staff in skilled nursing facilities and other long-term care settings provides annual training recommendations that align with federal regulations. Additional course options are also provided that may be relevant to your organization depending on your patient population.
All these courses can be delivered to your staff via a Knowledge Track so you can easily assign and track completion. This track can be customized to fit your needs, including adding or removing MedBridge courses or your organization’s custom content.
To add these courses to a Knowledge Track, start building a new Knowledge Track and search for the name of each course. For more information about building Knowledge Tracks, check out Getting Started With the MedBridge LMS.
Please see MedBridge’s compliance catalog for other relevant courses, such as ones that address state-specific topics.
Track Name: Skilled Nursing and Long-Term Care Annual Training
Track Description: These courses cover annual training topics as outlined by federal requirements for staff in skilled nursing facilities. Additional courses can be added according to your organization’s needs.
Section 1: Annual Compliance Training
Full-length course options:
- HIPAA: Clinical Training for the Healthcare Setting
- HIPAA: Compliance Training for Front of Clinic and Office Staff
- OSHA: Bloodborne Pathogens and Standard Precautions
- Infection Control: The Basics
- Preventing and Reporting Elder Abuse
- The Health Equity Journey: Civil Rights and Next Steps Toward Preventing Bias, Discrimination, and Disparity
Section 2: Additional Annual Training Topics
The following courses may be beneficial to your staff and can be added to your Knowledge Tracks as needed.
Note: The courses provided here are only recommendations. Each organization is responsible for ensuring its own compliance with applicable federal, state, and local laws and regulations and accreditation standards, as well as alignment with the needs of its patient population and staff.
Always consult your company’s legal or compliance personnel with any questions or concerns related to this subject matter. These recommendations are not a substitute for legal advice for any individual provider or organization.
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