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Testing Time: 1:00 PM Mountain Time testing time Last Name First Name Course Name 9:00 AM ALFRED JULIA NA Both 9:30 AM BIANAS NORMA NA Both 10:00 AM CLEVELAND SHAWNA NA Both 10:30 AM MEDINA AUDREY NA Both 11:00 AM SCHLEICHER BRENDA NA Both 11:30 AM CONDON STEPHANIE NA Both 12:00 PM SCHWIM SAMANTHA NA Both 1:00 PM COURTADE KATHRYN Med Aide TEST 1:00 PM HARSH ANDREA Med Aide TEST 1:00 PM MARTINEZ JOBANY Med Aide TEST 1:00 PM…Find out more »
Testing Time: 8:00 AM Central Time testing time Last Name First Name Course Name 8:00 AM ANDRADE BRIANA Med Aide TEST 8:00 AM BARELMANN DEBRA Med Aide TEST 8:00 AM CAHILL RIKKI Med Aide TEST 8:00 AM HOMOLKA SANDRA Med Aide TEST 8:00 AM HORRAS KATLYN Med Aide TEST 8:00 AM HUTFLES JOSEPH Med Aide TEST 8:00 AM PIERCE II STEPHAN Med Aide TEST 9:00 AM KUDERA JESSICA NA CLINICALFind out more »
This program is designed to prepare the participant to meet the requirements of the Medication Aide Act and to assume the role and responsibilities of a medication aide. The program is intended for the medication aide in an assisted living facility, nursing facility, or intermediate care facility for people with intellectual disabilities. It can be used to train medication aides in other settings.Find out more »
Nebraska Health Care Foundation will host its annual golf tournament on Monday, Sept. 23, to raise funds for health care education scholarships. Yankee Hill Golf Course will be the site of the four-person scramble. Registration will open soon. The tournament is limited to 36 teams.Find out more »
This course runs September 30 - October 15 and is designed to train the beginning nursing assistant to provide safe, effective and caring services to the patients of any health care setting. Times may vary. Quarterly scholarships are available.Find out more »
There are new state regulations that require all licensed practical nurses to complete an IV therapy eight-hour didactic course prior to Oct. 31, 2021. All LPNs must complete the training to maintain an active Nebraska license, regardless of whether they will be performing IV therapy in their work setting. This course meets the didactic portion of the new requirement and counts toward the annual continuing education requirement for an LPN license. LPNs who have been previously licensed as LPN‑Cs or graduated after May 1, 2016, have already fulfilled the new requirements and do not need to complete the didactic and skills training.Find out more »
This 1.25 hour webinar will review best practices to decrease potential billing errors and promote accurate reimbursement for PDPM claims through internal interdisciplinary auditing processes. Key roles of interdisciplinary team members in completion of a collaborative triple check process and key data collection, billing, and monitoring process pertinent to PDPM will be emphasized.
AUDIENCE: Owners and corporate teams, directors of nursing, assistant directors of nursing, nurse managers, nursing home administrators, nursing staff and leaders, quality assurance directors, medical records, MDS staff, therapy staff, and business office and finance in nursing facilities.Find out more »
This program will discuss the most common life safety deficiencies for long-term care and assisted living facilities in Nebraska and the minimum required inspection, testing, and maintenance activities that need to be performed on a facility’s fire protection systems to meet requirements of NFPA 101, 2012 edition.