2017 Best Practices Implementation Award - Call for Submissions

CALTCM is looking for providers, individuals or institutions, that demonstrate successful implementation of best practices with a plan to ensure sustainability.  

Eligible Best Practices include innovations in care processes focused on enhancing and improving the care of patients with multiple chronic conditions and end-of-life care needs. All practices must be evidence based.  Submissions will demonstrate best practices with a proven track record that can be spread throughout the long term care community.  Submission deadline extended to Monday December 5, 2016.  Sample application added, click button below for additional information.  (Project data not required for submission.)
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CALTCM Webinar Archives

Best Practices in Dementia Care: The Do's and Don'ts
Jay Luxenberg, MD and Janice Hoffman, PharmD
This webinar originally aired on February 11, 2016 1:00-2:00pm PST, the video is posted for your free review.
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This webinar is sponsored by the California Partnership to Improve Dementia Care, facilitated by the California Culture Change Coalition through CMS funding" For more information, visit: dementiacareresourceCA.org.

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The CALTCM Online Continuing Education Series:

  • UTI Antibiotic Stewardship: Non-Urinary Tract Infection ​a Burning Issue by Dr. Peter Patterson

  • The Medical Director as a Quality Improvement Champion by Dr. James Mittelberger

Certificates of completion are FREE for CALTCM members, Non-member can earn certificates for a small fee (or join today to get your FREE credits, click here to read more