Courses

Successful management includes providing adequate training for new and existing staff. ESO Global Services, LLC offers affordable training courses to ensure that all agencies have the resources to ensure compliance with state, federal, and OSHA regulations. We also offer in-service education for agency employees. Most of the classes listed below are available in classroom or online.

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M 101 - An Administrator's Guide to Home Health Practice in Texas

The purpose of this course is to meet the initial education training requirements for first time administrator or alternate administrator as outlined in 40 TAC §97.259 (b) – (g) of The Texas Department of Aging and Disability Services (DADS). This course offers 8 clock hours of training that must be completed before the first 12 months after becoming a first time Administrator or Alternate in the state of Texas. Successful completion requires completion of this 8-clock hours course and achieving 80% on an administered competency post-test.

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M 101 - An Administrator's Guide to Home Health Practice in Texas I 8hrs $199.00

The purpose of this course is to meet the initial education training requirements for first time administrator or alternate administrator as outlined in 40 TAC §97.259 (b) – (g) of The Texas Department of Aging and Disability Services (DADS). This course offers 8 clock hours of training that must be completed before the first 12 months after becoming a first time Administrator or Alternate in the state of Texas. Successful completion requires completion of this 8-clock hours course and achieving 80% on an administered competency post-test.

Upon completion of this course, the participant will have knowledge of:

  • Information on the licensing standards for an agency.
  • Texas Health and Safety Code, Chapter 142, Home and Community Support Services.
  • Chapter 250, Nurse Aide Registry and Criminal History Checks of Employees and Applicants for Employment in Certain Facilities Serving the Elderly or Persons with Disabilities.
  • with Disabilities Act.
  • Civil Rights Act of 1991.
  • Rehabilitation Act of 1993.
  • Family and Medical Leave Act of 1993.
  • Occupational Safety and Health Administration requirements

Credits: 8 hours | Classroom: 1 day |Online Completion Period: 30 days | Access to Materials: Unlimited

M 102 - An Administrator's Guide to Home Health Practice in Texas II

The purpose of this course is to meet the remaining training requirements for first time administrator or alternate administrator as outlined in 40 TAC §97.259(d) of The Texas Department of Aging and Disability Services (DADS). This course offers 16 clock hours of training that must be completed before the first 12 months after becoming a first time Administrator or Alternate in the state of Texas. Successful completion requires completion of this 16-clock hours course and achieving 80% on an administered competency post-test.

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M 102 - An Administrator's Guide to Home Health Practice in Texas II 16hrs $348.00

The purpose of this course is to meet the remaining training requirements for first time administrator or alternate administrator as outlined in 40 TAC §97.259(d) of The Texas Department of Aging and Disability Services (DADS). This course offers 16 clock hours of training that must be completed before the first 12 months after becoming a first time Administrator or Alternate in the state of Texas. Successful completion requires completion of this 16-clock hours course and achieving 80% on an administered competency post-test.

Upon completion of this course, the participant will have knowledge of:

  • Information regarding prevention and detection of fraud and abuse.
  • Legal issues regarding advance directives.
  • Client rights, including the right to confidentiality.
  • Agency responsibilities.
  • Complaint investigation and resolution.
  • Emergency Preparedness planning and implementation.
  • Abuse, neglect and exploitation issues.
  • Infection Control policies and procedures as established by CDC and OSHA.
  • The Outcome and Assessment Information Set (OASIS) (for Licensed and Certified Home Health Agencies)

Credits: 16 hours | Classroom: 2 days |Online Completion Period: 30 days | Access to Materials: Unlimited

M 201 - ADMINISTRATOR’S CONTINUING EDUCATION

The purpose of this course is to meet the continuing education training requirements for administrator / alternate administrator as outlined in 40 TAC §97.260 (a), of The Texas Department of Aging and Disability Services (DADS). This course offers 12 clock hours of continuing education required every 12 months after becoming an Administrator/Alternate Administrator in the state of Texas. Successful completion requires completion of this 12-clock hours course and achieving 80% on an administered competency post-test.

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M 201 – ADMINISTRATOR’S CONTINUING EDUCATION 12HRS $249.00

The purpose of this course is to meet the continuing education training requirements for administrator / alternate administrator as outlined in 40 TAC §97.260 (a), of The Texas Department of Aging and Disability Services (DADS). This course offers 12 clock hours of continuing education required every 12 months after becoming an Administrator/Alternate Administrator in the state of Texas. Successful completion requires completion of this 12-clock hours course and achieving 80% on an administered competency post-test.

Upon completion of this course, the participant will have knowledge of:

  • Development and interpretation of agency policies;
  • Emergency Preparedness Planning and Implementation;
  • Basic principles of management;
  • Ethics;
  • Quality Assessment/Performance Improvement;
  • Risk Assessment and Management
  • Financial Management.
  • Marketing.

Credits: 12 hours | Classroom: 1.5 days |Online Completion Period: 30 days | Access to Materials: Unlimited

BASICS 101 - FRAUD and ABUSE

The purpose of this course is to meet the continuing education requirements for administrators, alternate administrators, and nursing staff as outlined in 40 TAC §97.259(d)(1) of The Texas Department of Aging and Disability Services (DADS), as well as Federal and State Laws, on the issues of Fraud and Abuse. Successful completion requires completion of this 1 clock hour course and achieving 80% on an administered competency post-test.

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BASICS 101 - FRAUD and ABUSE

The purpose of this course is to meet the continuing education requirements for administrators, alternate administrators, and nursing staff as outlined in 40 TAC §97.259(d)(1) of The Texas Department of Aging and Disability Services (DADS), as well as Federal and State Laws, on the issues of Fraud and Abuse. Successful completion requires completion of this 1 clock hour course and achieving 80% on an administered competency post-test.

Upon completion of this course, the participant will have knowledge of:

  • Definition of Fraud
  • Definition of Abuse.
  • Laws and Regulations that govern Fraud and Abuse
  • Examples of Fraud Prosecuted Under the FCA
  • Identify five tips for protecting your agency from healthcare fraud and abuse
  • How to report issues of Fraud and Abuse.

Credits: 1 hour | Classroom: 1 hour |Online Completion Period: 30 days | Access to Materials: Unlimited

BASICS 102 - UNDERSTANDING HCSSA STANDARDS

The purpose of this course is to meet the continuing education training requirements for administrator / alternate administrator, Supervising Nurse/Alternate Supervising Nurse as outlined in 40 TAC §97.259 (c)(1), §97 of The Texas Department of Aging and Disability Services (DADS), and Texas Health and Safety Code, Chapter 142. This course offers 4 clock hours of training towards 12 hours of continuing education required every 12 months after becoming an Administrator/Alternate Administrator, Supervising Nurse in the state of Texas. Successful completion requires completion of this 4-clock hours course and achieving 80% on an administered competency post-test.

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BASICS 102 – UNDERSTANDING HCSSA STANDARDS

The purpose of this course is to meet the continuing education training requirements for administrator / alternate administrator, Supervising Nurse/Alternate Supervising Nurse as outlined in 40 TAC §97.259 (c)(1), §97 of The Texas Department of Aging and Disability Services (DADS), and Texas Health and Safety Code, Chapter 142. This course offers 4 clock hours of training towards 12 hours of continuing education required every 12 months after becoming an Administrator/Alternate Administrator, Supervising Nurse in the state of Texas. Successful completion requires completion of this 4-clock hours course and achieving 80% on an administered competency post-test.

This Module introduces each participant to HOME AND COMMUNITY SUPPORT SERVICES AGENCIES (HCSSA) LICENSING STANDARDS - 40 TAC §97

Upon successful completion of this module, participants will be able to:

  • Identify HCSSA Licensure Terminology.
  • Identify standards applicable to all Licensure categories:
    • Identify standards applicable to conditions of license.
    • Identify standards applicable to agency administration.
    • Identify standards applicable to the provision and coordination of treatment and services
  • Identify standards applicable to License Categories and Special Services:
  • Identify licensing standards for branch offices.
  • Identify licensing standards for alternate delivery sites.
  • Identify The Survey Process, including
    • frequency.
    • requirements for an initial survey
    • survey and post-survey procedures.
  • Identify Enforcement Actions:
    • Identify actions that may result in a denial, suspension, or revocation of a home health license.
    • Identify criteria used to determine when administrative penalties should be assessed.
    • Identify options providers have after receiving notification of an enforcement action recommendation
    • Identify actions that must be taken by a provider after receiving a statement of violations.

Credits: 4 hours | Classroom: 4 hours |Online Completion Period: 30 days | Access to Materials: Unlimited

BASICS 103 - RIGHTS OF THE ELDERLY

The purpose of this course is to meet the continuing education training requirements for administrator / alternate administrator as outlined in 40 TAC §97.260 (a), of The Texas Department of Aging and Disability Services (DADS). This course offers 12 clock hours of continuing education required every 12 months after becoming an Administrator/Alternate Administrator in the state of Texas. Successful completion requires completion of this 12-clock hours course and achieving 80% on an administered competency post-test.

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BASICS 103 - RIGHTS OF THE ELDERLY

The purpose of this course is to meet the continuing education requirements for administrators, alternate administrators, and nursing staff as outlined in 40 TAC §97.259(d), §97.260 and §97.282(c) of The Texas Department of Aging and Disability Services (DADS), as well as State Laws, on the issues of rights of the elderly. Successful completion requires completion of this 1.0 clock hour course and achieving 80% on an administered competency post-test.

Upon completion of this course, the participant will have knowledge of:

  • Laws and Regulations that govern Rights of the Elderly.
  • Be able to identify five rights of the elderly.
  • The obligation to report Abuse, neglect and exploitation.
  • How to report issues of Abuse, Neglect and Exploitation

Credits: 1 hour | Classroom: 1 hour |Online Completion Period: 30 days | Access to Materials: Unlimited

BASICS 104 – ADVANCE DIRECTIVES – A DECISION FOR LIFE

The purpose of this course is to meet the continuing education requirements for administrators, alternate administrators, and nursing staff as outlined in 40 TAC §97.259(d), §97.260 and §97.283 of The Texas Department of Aging and Disability Services (DADS) on the importance of Advance Directives as a means of making decision for life. Successful completion requires completion of this 1.5 clock hours course and achieving 80% on an administered competency post-test.

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BASICS 104 – ADVANCE DIRECTIVES – A DECISION FOR LIFE

The purpose of this course is to meet the continuing education requirements for administrators, alternate administrators, and nursing staff as outlined in 40 TAC §97.259(d), §97.260 and §97.283 of The Texas Department of Aging and Disability Services (DADS) on the importance of Advance Directives as a means of making decision for life. Successful completion requires completion of this 1.5 clock hours course and achieving 80% on an administered competency post-test.

Upon completion of this section of the course, the participant will be able to:

  • Define Advance Directive.
  • Explain the purpose of Advance Directive.
  • Define Advance Directive for Health Care.
  • Define Out-of-Hospital Do Not Resuscitate.
  • Identify how clients are informed of their rights.
  • Identify how clients give consent for treatment.
  • Understand Client rights to Advance Directive.
  • Explain what to do to comply with Advance Directive Act.
  • Explain the civil and criminal penalties you face for violating Advance Directive Act.

Credits: 1.5 hours | Classroom: 1.5 hours |Online Completion Period: 30 days | Access to Materials: Unlimited

BASICS 105 - CLIENTS RIGHTS and RESPONSIBILITIES

This course is to meet the continuing education requirements on the importance of Clients Rights and Responsibilities, TX Health and Safety Code, chapter 166, and HIPAA. Successful completion requires completion of this 2.0 clock hour course and achieving 80% on an administered competency post-test.

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BASICS 105 - CLIENTS RIGHTS and RESPONSIBILITIES

This course is to meet the continuing education requirements on the importance of Clients Rights and Responsibilities, TX Health and Safety Code, chapter 166, and HIPAA. Successful completion requires completion of this 2.0 clock hour course and achieving 80% on an administered competency post-test.

Upon completion of this section of the course, the participant will be able to:

  • Discuss patient rights and responsibilities.
  • Explain what HIPAA stands for.
  • Explain the purpose of HIPAA.
  • Define Health Information.
  • Define Protected Health Information (PHI)
  • Give examples of protected health information.
  • Define the Minimum Necessary standard.
  • Identify how clients are informed of their rights.
  • Identify how clients give consent for PHI use and disclosure.
  • Identify how to contact the Privacy Officer.
  • Understand Client rights to confidentiality.
  • Explain what to do to comply with HIPAA.
  • Explain the civil and criminal penalties you face for violating HIPAA

Credits: 2 hours | Classroom: 2 hours |Online Completion Period: 30 days | Access to Materials: Unlimited

BASICS 106 - ABUSE, NEGLECT and EXPLOITATION

The purpose of this course is to meet the continuing education requirements for administrators, alternate administrators, and nursing staff as outlined in 40 TAC §97.259(d), §97.260 and §97.249 of The Texas Department of Aging and Disability Services (DADS), as well as State Laws, on the issues of abuse, neglect and exploitation of a child and an adult. Successful completion requires completion of this 1.5 clock hour course and achieving 80% on an administered competency post-test.

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BASICS 106 - ABUSE, NEGLECT and EXPLOITATION

The purpose of this course is to meet the continuing education requirements for administrators, alternate administrators, and nursing staff as outlined in 40 TAC §97.259(d), §97.260 and §97.249 of The Texas Department of Aging and Disability Services (DADS), as well as State Laws, on the issues of abuse, neglect and exploitation of a child and an adult. Successful completion requires completion of this 1.5 clock hour course and achieving 80% on an administered competency post-test.

Upon completion of this course, the participant will have knowledge of:

  • Define Abuse, Neglect and Exploitation.
  • Laws and Regulations that govern Abuse, Neglect and Exploitation
  • Identify the signs and symptoms of Abuse, Neglect and Exploitation.
  • The obligation to report Abuse, neglect and exploitation.
  • How to report issues of Abuse, Neglect and Exploitation

Credits: 1.5 hours | Classroom: 1.5 hours |Online Completion Period: 30 days | Access to Materials: Unlimited

BASICS 107 - INFECTION CONTROL – UNIVERSAL PRECAUTIONS

This course covers the definitions, signs, and symptoms of infections, and ways to prevent the spread of infection, and reporting requirements. The purpose of this course is to meet the training requirements as outlined in 40 TAC §97.285 of The Texas Department of Aging and Disability Services (DADS). Successful completion requires completion of this 2 clock hours course and achieving 80% on an administered competency post-test.

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BASICS 107 - INFECTION CONTROL – UNIVERSAL PRECAUTIONS and BLOODBORNE PATHOGENS

This course covers the definitions, signs, and symptoms of infections, and ways to prevent the spread of infection, and reporting requirements. The purpose of this course is to meet the training requirements as outlined in 40 TAC §97.285 of The Texas Department of Aging and Disability Services (DADS). Successful completion requires completion of this 2 clock hours course and achieving 80% on an administered competency post-test.

Upon completion of this course, the participant will have knowledge of:

  • Cycle of Infection and ways that can break the cycle.
  • Components of Standard Precautions and Transmission precautions.
  • Infection Control policies and procedures as established by CDC and OSHA.
  • Specific ways to prevent the spread of infection, including handwashing, the proper use and disposal of gowns, gloves, masks, eye protection, handling hazardous waste and sharps, patient care supplies and equipment handling and environmental controls

Credits: 2 hours | Classroom: 2 hours |Online Completion Period: 30 days | Access to Materials: Unlimited

BASICS 108 - OUTCOME ASSESSMENT INFORMATION SET (OASIS)

The purpose of this course is: to meet the training requirements as outlined in 40 TAC §97.259(d)(10) of The Texas Department of Aging and Disability Services (DADS), and Code of Federal Regulations 484.20; to support the educational needs of home health agencies and clinicians in achieving OASIS data comprehension and accuracy using guidelines established by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). Successful completion requires completion of this 2 clock hours course and achieving 80% on an administered competency post-test.

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BASICS 108 - OUTCOME ASSESSMENT INFORMATION SET (OASIS)

The purpose of this course is: to meet the training requirements as outlined in 40 TAC §97.259(d)(10) of The Texas Department of Aging and Disability Services (DADS), and Code of Federal Regulations 484.20; to support the educational needs of home health agencies and clinicians in achieving OASIS data comprehension and accuracy using guidelines established by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). Successful completion requires completion of this 2 clock hours course and achieving 80% on an administered competency post-test.

Upon completion of this course, the participant will have knowledge of:

  • DESCRIBE the purpose of OASIS and the use of data obtained.
  • Explain the regulatory requirements for OASIS Assessment
  • Understand CMS Time frame for OASIS and CMS comprehensive assessment.
  • Identify the benefits of OASIS data.

Credits: 2 hours | Classroom: 2 hours |Online Completion Period: 30 days | Access to Materials: Unlimited

BASICS 109 - COMPLAINT INVESTIGATION and RESOLUTION

The purpose of this course is to meet the training requirements outlined in 40 TAC §97.250 of The Texas Department of Aging and Disability Services (DADS) on Agency Complaints Reporting and Investigation. Successful completion requires completion of this 1.5 clock hours course and achieving 80% on an administered competency post-test.

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BASICS 109 - COMPLAINT INVESTIGATION and RESOLUTION

The purpose of this course is to meet the training requirements outlined in 40 TAC §97.250 of The Texas Department of Aging and Disability Services (DADS) on Agency Complaints Reporting and Investigation. Successful completion requires completion of this 1.5 clock hours course and achieving 80% on an administered competency post-test.

Upon completion of this course, the participant will have knowledge of:

  • Definition of Complaint, Incidents and Satisfaction Survey.
  • The State standards for Complaint.
  • How clients are informed of their rights.
  • How clients can report complaints.
  • How to report and investigate an Incident.
  • The purpose of Satisfaction Survey
  • New Medicare regulations concerning survey

Credits: 1.5 hours | Classroom: 1.5 hours |Online Completion Period: 30 days | Access to Materials: Unlimited

BASICS 201 - EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS PLANNING & IMPLEMENTATION

Emergency management is the process by which communities manage hazards and the effects of disasters. This process involves planning for the mitigation of the impacts of disasters, preparedness, response and recovery. The purpose of this course is to meet training requirements of 40 TAC §97.256 of The Texas Department of Aging and Disability Services (DADS). Successful completion requires completion of this 4.0 clock hours course and achieving 80% on an administered competency post-test.

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BASICS 201 - EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS PLANNING & IMPLEMENTATION

Emergency management is the process by which communities manage hazards and the effects of disasters. This process involves planning for the mitigation of the impacts of disasters, preparedness, response and recovery. The purpose of this course is to meet training requirements of 40 TAC §97.256 of The Texas Department of Aging and Disability Services (DADS). Successful completion requires completion of this 4.0 clock hours course and achieving 80% on an administered competency post-test.

Upon completion of this course, the participant will have knowledge of:

  • DESCRIBE the role of Agency in emergency response.
  • Develop an effective Emergency Preparedness Plan
  • IDENTIFY & LOCATE the agency emergency plan.
  • DESCRIBE the agency Chain of Command
  • DESCRIBE & DEMONSTRATE one’s functional emergency response role
  • RECOGNIZE deviations from the norm.
  • DESCRIBE communication roles during emergency response

Credits: 4 hours | Classroom: 4 hours |Online Completion Period: 30 days | Access to Materials: Unlimited

BASICS 203 - PERFORMANCE IMPROVEMENT – THE REPORT CARD

Quality Assessment Performance Improvement (QAPI) is the systematic, ongoing cycle of collecting and analyzing evidence of an agency’s effectiveness. The information collected is used to evaluate how well the agency's goal is being achieved, and decide what may be done to better achieve the goal. The purpose of this course is to meet training requirements of 40 TAC §97.287 of The Texas Department of Aging and Disability Services (DADS). Successful completion requires completion of this 2.5 clock hours course and achieving 80% on an administered competency post-test.

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BASICS 203 - PERFORMANCE IMPROVEMENT – THE REPORT CARD

Quality Assessment Performance Improvement (QAPI) is the systematic, ongoing cycle of collecting and analyzing evidence of an agency’s effectiveness. The information collected is used to evaluate how well the agency's goal is being achieved, and decide what may be done to better achieve the goal. The purpose of this course is to meet training requirements of 40 TAC §97.287 of The Texas Department of Aging and Disability Services (DADS). Successful completion requires completion of this 2.5 clock hours course and achieving 80% on an administered competency post-test.

Upon completion of this course, the participant will have knowledge of:

  • The regulations that govern QAPI Program
  • Principles of Quality Assessment
  • To describe mechanisms of Quality assessment
  • The benefits of a Quality Management System
  • Corrective action system basics – Performance Improvement

Credits: 2.5 hours | Classroom: 2.5 hours |Online Completion Period: 30 days | Access to Materials: Unlimited

BASICS 205 – RISK ASSESSMENT AND MANAGEMENT

The purpose of this course is to meet the continuing education training requirements for administrator / alternate administrator, Supervising Nurse/Alternate Supervising Nurse as outlined in 40 TAC §97.260 (a), of The Texas Department of Aging and Disability Services (DADS). This course offers 12 clock hours of continuing education required every 12 months after becoming an Administrator/Alternate Administrator, Supervising Nurse in the state of Texas. Successful completion requires completion of this 2.5-clock hours course and achieving 80% on an administered competency post-test.

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BASICS 205 – RISK ASSESSMENT AND MANAGEMENT

The purpose of this course is to meet the continuing education training requirements for administrator / alternate administrator, Supervising Nurse/Alternate Supervising Nurse as outlined in 40 TAC §97.260 (a), of The Texas Department of Aging and Disability Services (DADS). This course offers 12 clock hours of continuing education required every 12 months after becoming an Administrator/Alternate Administrator, Supervising Nurse in the state of Texas. Successful completion requires completion of this 2.5-clock hours course and achieving 80% on an administered competency post-test.

Upon completion of this course, the participant will be able to:

  • Understand the concept of Risk
  • Be familiar with the Principles of Risk Management;
  • Be able to describe Elements of Effective Risk Management and stages involved in carrying out risk assessments in practice.
  • Use the risk assessment process to identify and evaluate hazards and evaluate and reduce the risk associated with the hazard within their own working environment.

Credits: 2.5 hours | Classroom: 2.5 hours |Online Completion Period: 30 days | Access to Materials: Unlimited

BASICS 208 - GASTROSTOMY-TUBE COMPETENCY TRAINING

Tube feedings and medication administration through a permanently placed gastrostomy tube (g-tube) may be performed by an unlicensed person only after successful completion of a training and competency program and procedures described in 40 TAC §97.404(h) of The Texas Department of Aging and Disability Services (DADS). Successful completion requires completion of this 4 clock hours course and achieving 100% on an administered competency post-test.

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BASICS 208 GASTROSTOMY-TUBE COMPETENCY TRAINING

Tube feedings and medication administration through a permanently placed gastrostomy tube (g-tube) may be performed by an unlicensed person only after successful completion of a training and competency program and procedures described in 40 TAC §97.404(h) of The Texas Department of Aging and Disability Services (DADS). Successful completion requires completion of this 4 clock hours course and achieving 100% on an administered competency post-test.

Upon completion of this course, the participant will have knowledge of:

  • Information on gastrointestinal track and condition that leads to the G/J tube insertions.
  • Review of types of tubes.
  • Correct and safe practice, procedure and techniques for administering G/J tube feeding via bolus or pump.
  • Trouble shooting for problems with tubes.
  • Complications of G/J tubes.
  • Delegated nursing requirement for G/J tube feeding and medication administration.
  • Infection Control Measures.
  • Return demonstration

Credits: 4 hours | Classroom: 4 hours |Online Completion Period: 30 days | Access to Materials: Unlimited

BASICS 300 - COORDINATION OF CARE

The purpose of this course is: to meet the requirements of 40 TAC §97.288 of The Texas Department of Aging and Disability Services (DADS), and Code of Federal Regulations 484.14(g); to support the educational needs of home health agencies and clinicians in achieving liaison between all personnel furnishing services to patients in a coordinated manner to maximize the potential of continuity of care and provide them optimal health care. Successful completion requires completion of this 1.0 clock hour course and achieving 80% on an administered competency post-test.

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BASICS 300 - COORDINATION OF CARE

The purpose of this course is: to meet the requirements of 40 TAC §97.288 of The Texas Department of Aging and Disability Services (DADS), and Code of Federal Regulations 484.14(g); to support the educational needs of home health agencies and clinicians in achieving liaison between all personnel furnishing services to patients in a coordinated manner to maximize the potential of continuity of care and provide them optimal health care. Successful completion requires completion of this 1.0 clock hour course and achieving 80% on an administered competency post-test.

Upon completion of this course, the participant will have knowledge of:

  • Laws and Regulations that govern Coordination of Care.
  • Definition of Coordination of Care.
  • Components of Coordination of Care.
  • The purpose of coordination to clients.
  • The outcomes of coordination of care.

Credits: 1 hour | Classroom: 1 hour |Online Completion Period: 30 days | Access to Materials: Unlimited

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