Tuesday, September 1st (Session A5) - One's Mindset Determines If Regulations or Payment Support Person-centered Care

Session A5

Regulations, payment models and Five-Star measures dominate the nursing home setting. The mindset one brings to the table determines how these federal policies impact the care provided to residents as either driven by a person-centered care mindset or a compliance mindset. This session will explore how to not fall into a compliance mindset.  

1. Explore regulations and how they are connected to and support person-centered care.
2. Explore Patient Driven Payment Model (PDPM) and how it is connected to and supports person-centered care.
3. Distinguish one’s mindset toward current federal regulations and payment models and quality measures.

David Gifford

Senior Vice President for Quality and Regulatory Affairs, American Health Care Association

David Gifford, MD, MPH, is a geriatrician who currently serves as the Senior Vice President for Quality and Regulatory Affairs and Chief Medical Officer at the American Health Care Association. He oversees the Quality Department, which assists providers in their quality improvement efforts and works with administration officials on regulations and policies impacting the profession. Dr. Gifford serves on the Boards of the Advancing Excellence Long-term Care Collaborative and the Baldrige Foundation. He also chairs the U.S. Department of Veteran’s Affairs Geriatric and Gerontology Advisory Committee, a congressional chartered committee to advise the U.S. Secretary of Veteran’s Affairs and Congress on geriatric services for veterans.  He has served on numerous federal expert panels, including the CMS panel to develop the Quality Assurance & Performance Improvement program for nursing homes.  Dr. Gifford is a former Director of the Rhode Island State Department of Health, where he received the National Governor’s Distinguished Service Award for State Officials for his management of the H1N1 influenza outbreak. In this role, he revamped the nursing home survey process to promote person-centered care practices. Prior to that, he served as Chief Medical Officer for Quality Partners of Rhode Island, where he directed the CMS national nursing home-based quality improvement effort.

Jill Vitale-Aussem

President & CEO, The Eden Alternative

For over two decades, Jill Vitale-Aussem has made changing the culture of nursing homes, assisted living communities and retirement communities her life’s work as a nursing home administrator, CCRC executive director and vice president of operations.  In each role, Jill pushed back against the status quo and drove deep cultural transformation in both for-profit and non-profit organizations. These efforts not only improved the quality of life for the people who lived and worked in her communities but led to significant improvements in occupancy, financial and regulatory outcomes. Jill now serves as President & CEO of The Eden Alternative, an international non-profit dedicated to creating quality of life for elders and their care partners, no matter where they may live. The Eden Alternative has impacted the lives of people in sixteen countries around the world. Jill is the author of Disrupting the Status Quo of Senior Living: A Mindshift and speaks internationally on the topics of culture, leadership and ageism.  

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(Survey) A5: One's Mindset Determines If Regulations or Payment Support Person-centered Care
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2 Questions Please give us your feedback. Objectives: Explore regulations and how they are connected to and support person-centered care. Explore Patient Driven Payment Model (PDPM) and how it is connected to and supports person-centered care. Distinguish one’s mindset toward current federal regulations and payment models and quality measures.
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