Thursday, September 3rd (Session I3) - Person-centered Leadership under COVID: What You Do Matters More Than Ever!

Session I3

Leadership matters more than ever in times of crisis.  With COVID all around, why did some nursing homes in the same neighborhoods fare better than others? Hear steps one administrator took to keep his nursing homes COVID-free. Hear nursing home leaders share lessons from Katrina that are a guide for responding to COVID.   Use person-centered leadership practices. Overcommunicate. Continuously involve staff in problem-solving. Be nimble, flexible and creative. Take care of your staff, so they can take care of your residents. Stay ahead of the guidance and meet the highest standard of safety.

1. Identify successful strategies to stay COVID free.
2. Discuss leadership lessons from Katrina that are a guide for COVID.
3. Apply relational coordination strategies to support staff to be in it together.
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David Farrell

BA, MSW, Consultant

David Farrell has spent his entire 30-year career in the healthcare field. He is a licensed nursing home administrator who started as a nursing assistant.  He has successfully led several challenged nursing homes as they transformed from poor outcomes to high performance.  Over the past months, David has successfully kept COVID out of his nursing homes through person centered leadership. He understands what it takes to overcome the odds and deliver high quality person-centered COVID free care.  David has co-authored two books focused on leadership and quality in long-term care.

Cathie Brady

Co-Founder, B&F Consulting

Cathie Brady, with B&F Consulting co-founder Barbara Frank, helps nursing homes be better places to live and work. They provide on-site assistance and serve as faculty for state and national learning collaboratives to improve care outcomes by engaging staff in individualizing care. They are currently consultants for the VA’s quality improvement initiative for VA Geriatric Centers; and implementation specialists for a NIA funded grant to Brown University to test the effectiveness of MUSIC & MEMORY on residents with dementia. Cathie has 30 years of experience in executive leadership roles providing services and advocating for older adults. As the Executive Director, she revitalized the Department of Aging Services for Bristol, Connecticut through award-winning, life enriching programs. She served as the Regional LTC Ombudsman for Eastern Connecticut and developed educational programs to introduce her nursing homes to culture change.

Barbara Frank

Co-Founder, B&F Consulting

Barbara Frank, with B&F Consulting co-founder Cathie Brady, helps nursing homes be better places to live and work. They provide on-site assistance and serve as faculty for state and national learning collaboratives to improve care outcomes by engaging staff in individualizing care. They are currently consultants for the VA’s quality improvement initiative for VA Geriatric Centers; and implementation specialists for a NIA funded grant to Brown University to test the effectiveness of MUSIC & MEMORY on residents living with dementia. Barbara worked at the National Citizens’ Coalition for Nursing Home Reform in Washington, D.C., where she directed their 1985 study, “A Consumer Perspective on Quality Care: The Residents’ Point of View”. She helped establish the national network of state and local ombudsman programs. She facilitated the Campaign for Quality, a coalition of organizations representing providers, consumers, practitioners, and regulators that developed the consensus framework for OBRA 1987, the Nursing Home Reform Law. Barbara facilitated the first Pioneer Network gathering in 1997, and in 2005 she facilitated the St. Louis Accord, a national gathering of provider, consumer, regulator, and quality improvement organizations that came together to set a course for state and national work to improve clinical outcomes through staff stability and culture change.

Meredith Martin

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I3: Person-centered Leadership under COVID: What You Do Matters More Than Ever!
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2 Questions Please give us your feedback. Objectives: Identify successful strategies to stay COVID free. Discuss leadership lessons from Katrina that are a guide for COVID. Apply relational coordination strategies to support staff to be in it together.
Quiz
10 Questions  |  Unlimited attempts  |  8/10 points to pass
10 Questions  |  Unlimited attempts  |  8/10 points to pass
Nursing Home Administrator Certificate
1.25 NAB credits  |  Certificate available
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Nurses Certificate
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