Essential Reporting Requirements in Long-Term Care
November 9 and 16, 2021
9:00AM-12:30PM, both days
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(Note: Sessions must be purchased as a set)
Reporting the right information, at the right time, in the right way, to a variety of oversight bodies is an important regulatory requirement for long-term care homes and employees. This imperative and the need for a home’s staff to be aware of their specific reporting obligations was underlined by the LTC Homes Public Inquiry. The COVID-19 pandemic has added reporting requirements of its own.
With so much to stay on top of, it is critical that you refresh your knowledge and review the different reporting formats required by the range of agencies involved. You will hear directly from representatives of major reporting organizations with specifics on what is required and expected, including for COVID-19-related and health privacy obligations, new for this year’s workshop. Ensure your home stays compliant and avoids potential consequences due to incorrect or misinformed reporting practices. Bring your questions and leave with answers.
Please share details of this workshop with others in your organization who may benefit from attending.
Tuesday, November 9, 2021
9:00am – 12:30pm
Session #1: Reporting Incidents to the Ministry of Long-Term Care
Speaker: Mike Moodie, Director, Long-Term Care Inspections Branch
Session #2: Reporting to Reporting to the Office of the Chief Coroner
Speaker: Dr. Roger Skinner, Regional Supervising Coroner, Toronto West Regional Office
Tuesday, November 16, 2021
8:30am – 12:30pm
Session #1: Reporting Requirements for Health Privacy
Speakers: Kathryn Frelick, Partner, Miller Thomson LLP;
Janine Mills, Quality and Privacy Officer, Thrive Group;
Brendan Gray, Legal Counsel, Information and Privacy Commissioner of Ontario
Session #2: Reporting to the College of Nurses of Ontario
Speaker: Jocelyn Loosemore, Manager, Intake, CNO;
Natasha Peters, Manager, Intake Investigator, Intake, CNO
Session #3: Pandemic Reporting Requirements
Speaker: Christine Loureiro, Ministry of Health;
Lara Segan, Ministry of Health
Cancellations: Cancellations will be accepted up to five working days prior to the date of the program less a 15% administration fee that will apply regardless of the status of payment. Registrants who fail to attend the program or cancel after the deadline date shall be liable for the full fee. There is no charge for delegate substitutions. The AdvantAge Ontario Education Department reserves the right to cancel or reschedule this program.