Register now for OHA/OSDH education in regions across the state

Posted on: 1/30/19


The OHA and Oklahoma State Department of Health (OSDH) Medical Facilities Division are collaborating to provide education regarding hospital licensure, CMS certification or complaint surveys. The education will take place in five locations across Oklahoma in February.  

Several OSDH staff members, including actual surveyors, will discuss their role in the regulatory survey process along with teaching the expectations for sections of the survey where hospitals receive the most deficiencies.

The target audiences are c-suite and management who have responsibility for the outcome of hospital regulatory surveys.

The objectives of the meetings are:
  • Become familiar with the types of surveys hospitals may experience.
  • Discuss the expectations related to the most common Conditions of Participation citations.
  • Understand the levels of deficiencies and the core elements of a plan of correction.
  • Receive resources to help your hospital have a successful survey.
There will be a time for questions and answers.

The meetings are scheduled from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. on the dates below:
Feb. 12 – OHA office in Oklahoma City
Feb. 14 – Duncan Regional Hospital
Feb. 15 – Mercy Hospital Ada
Feb. 22 – Hillcrest Medical Center, Tulsa
Feb. 28 – Autry Technology Center, Enid (note date change from previous notice)

To register, click here.

In the afternoon of the same days, there will be a meeting, by invitation, to hospital c-suite members where the health department staff will discuss the trauma system including information specific to each region, the role of the state health department EMS division, updates on the plan review process and an explanation of the state stroke designation system. Look for your invitation by email and U.S. mail. (LaWanna Halstead)

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