Nursing Documentation -Proven Strategies to Keep Your Patients and Your License Safe by Brenda Elliff,
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- Brenda Elliff
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- Oct 07, 2019
Watch expert and legal nurse consultant, Brenda Elliff, to learn how to develop a systematic approach to documentation that will keep you, your patients and your license safe.
You will learn how to identify and avoid risky documentation as well as how to correctly utilize electronic documentation and the correct technique for meaningful use.
Brenda will show you, step by step, how to overcome your most complex documentation questions and challenges.
This dynamic recording will include tools to improve your documentation including:
- Time-saving tips for electronic documentation and EMR use
- Documenting compliance, incident reports, and adverse events
- Sample strategy worksheets for ease of data collection
- Federal government requests for charting based on meaningful use criteria
- Dangers with social media, email, and texting
- Examples and case studies of correct and incorrect documentation
|Manual – Nursing Documentation (2.08 MB)||81 Pages||Available after Purchase|
The Components of Documentation
- Social Networking
- Indirect Care
Electronic Nursing Documentation
- American Recovery and Reinvestment Act
- Meaningful Use
- Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPPA)
- Risky electronic documentation practices
- Dangers of email, social networking, and texting
Electronic Medical Records (EMR) Strategies
- Time Management
- Software Knowledge
- Meaningful Use
Reimbursement and Documentation
- Medicare/Medicaid Changes
- Incentives and meaningful use criteria
- EMR Timelines
- Hospital Acquired Conditions
Documentation When Things Go Wrong
- Incident Reports
- Adverse Events
- Risk Factors
- Truth Tellers
Avoiding Risky Documentation
- Credible evidence
- Avoiding Ambiguity
- Recording events objectively
- Late Entries
- Correcting Errors
What if the Worst Happens?
- Duty /Breach of Duty
- Nurse Practice Act
- State Board of Nursing
Examples and Case Studies of Documentation
Brenda Elliff, RN, MPA, ONC, CCM, LNCC Related seminars and products: 4
Brenda Elliff, RN, MPA, ONC, CCM, LNCC established Elliff Medical-Legal Services in 1996. As a legal nurse consultant, she assists on both plaintiff and defense cases. She performs record reviews, develops strategies and provides expert witness preparation.
Her work involves Medical Malpractice, Worker’s Compensation, Personal Injury and a variety of legal cases. Previously, Brenda worked as a Health Care Coordinator for a large law firm and taught a Legal Nurse Consultation review course. Initially she began working with attorneys on legal cases in California and has now expanded her scope throughout the Pacific NW.
Her clinical nursing experiences are vast and span 40 years. Brenda has worked as a staff nurse, as a nurse manager at major teaching facilities, as nurse case manager and as an adjunct nursing professor.
When not nursing, Brenda enjoys participating with a local performing group. The group has performed at the LA Christmas Parade, 75th Anniversary of Pearl Harbor Parade in Honolulu, Washington DC Cherry Blossom Parade.
Past nurses who have attended Brenda’s programs have appreciated the dynamic and fun way in which she can deliver excellent clinical and legal information. She has been a sought-after speaker at national, state and local levels, on a variety of topics that draw from her areas of expertise.
Financial: Brenda Elliff maintains a private practice. She receives a speaking honorarium from PESI, Inc.
Non-financial: Brenda Elliff has no relevant non-financial relationships to disclose.
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