2020 Trade Show Registration for Attendees8/30/20209/2/2020
SCHCA 2020 Trade Show Tentative Education & Event Agenda
Sunday August 30th
1:00 pm – 4:00 pm SCHCA Convention Registration
1:30 pm – 3:30 pm “DHEC Updates”
Speakers: Sonya Smith, RN and Kim Wilkerson, RN
Session Description: Attendees will gain knowledge on current trends in both licensure and certification surveys. In addition, gain insight into compliance with federal & State participation of requirements.
1:30 pm – 2:30 pm “Payment for Services Committee Meeting & Updates”
Speakers: John Barber and Randy Lee
Session Description: Attendees will gain knowledge on current issues related to payment and possible changes to cost reports specific to South Carolina
3:30 pm – 4:30 pm Executive Board Meeting
6:00 pm – 9:00 pm Welcome Reception
Monday August 31st
8:30 am – 4:00 pm SCHCA Convention Registration (Hampton)
9:15 am – 9:45 am Membership Meeting
10:00 am – 12:00 pm “Radical Heart-Centered Patient Care for the Roaring 2020s!
Speaker: Craig Zablocki
Session Description: In this program, Craig challenges attendees with: experiential exercises, collaborative, and authentic communication, experiential exercises, Craig brings a strong element of both relevance and levity. In his non-power pointed and highly interactive style, he will challenge the attendees to see where they are stuck, to see where they hold back. They will be able to own their greatness and identify their blind spots. Room for lots of spontaneous fun!
12:00 pm – 1:00 pm Lunch (on your own)
1:00 pm -3:00 pm “Medication Management and the Mega Rule: Lessons Learned”
Speaker: William Vaughan with Remedi Senior Care
Session Description: With the Mega Rule now fully implemented, it’s time to assess its impact on medication management. Are consultant pharmacists’ recommendations more likely to be accepted now that the medical director also receives them? What categories of medications have surveyors concluded meet the definition of a psychotropic drug, and have deficiencies resulted from such determinations? In terms of antibiotic stewardship, have prescribers changed their practices? And if not, what’s been the regulatory and clinical impact? These and many other questions will be addressed by a long term care pharmacy provider (and former surveyor). Through state and national survey data analysis, the regulatory impact of the Mega Rule will be explored.
1:00 pm -3:00 pm “The Intelligence of Fun; Creating a Work Culture with Staying Power in 2020!”
Speaker: Craig Zablocki
Session Description: In health care/resident care, a “Work Culture of Fun” becomes a critical element for multiple reasons. A positive work culture creates “staying power”! It raises productivity, motivation, employee engagement, and patient-centered focus, while addressing compassion fatigue and staff retention. Craig’s perspectives, experiental applications, and practical tools will directly apply to your leadership skills, staff and residents experience. The Intelligence of Fun is intended to address your own well-being, collaboration, and to raise the Staying Power at their facility!
Tuesday, September 1st
8:00 am – 10:00 am Convention Registration (Hampton)
8:45 am-10:45 pm “Physician Orders for Scope of Treatment: What is POST?”
Speakers: Wilma Rice, MSN, RN, CEN
Session Description: The speaker will cover such general topics as advance care planning in South Carolina (who, what, when, where), and the importance of a meaningful conversation with the patient surrounding goals of care, values and beliefs. There will be an in-depth review the POST law along with the actual POST form and what the different sections mean. We can explore what POST means to you and your organization. Specific training opportunities will be outlined as well as resources available to professionals who care for patients at the end of life.
9:00 am-12:00 pm “Using Your Inner Sherlock Holmes to Understand Falls”
Speaker: Kelly Klund
Session Description: Just like Sherlock Holmes uses clues, In this interactive workshop we will discover how individual, external and operational factors (clues) contribute to falls. Understanding these elements of causation along with the differences between interventions and solutions and proper implementation will create meaningful change to any fall program.
11:00 am- 12:00 pm “Medicaid Fair Rental Value”
Speakers: Suart Barber and Terry Schmoyer
Session Description: This session will focus on how providers can make improvements to an existing facility using the funds provided through the new cost of capital reimbursement policy implemented through SCDHHS on October 1, 2019, and approved by CMS, using the Medicare Fair Rental Value methodology.
12:00 pm-2:00pm Attendee Lunch
12:00 pm-3:30 pm “Roaring In The 20’s While Jazzing In Healthcare” Showcase
This session will provide attendees with the opportunity to gain knowledge related to the latest products and services for the long-term care industry.
4:00pm- 6:00 pm Showcase Reception (Palmetto Pavilion-Pool)
Wednesday, September 2nd
9:00 am – 11:00 am “Labor and Employment Law Update”
Speaker: Tom Keim, Certified Specialist, Employment and Labor Law with Ford Harrison
Session Description: This session will cover updates across areas of employment law including wage and hour law, discrimination law, employment policies, NLRA decisions, FMLA issues and other issues. Also, questions will be welcome.
The Kingston Plantation in Myrtle Beach will once again host the
2020 SCHCA Showcase.
Hotel Oceanside Condominium
Ocean View King $199.00
Ocean View 2 double Bed $199.00
North/South Hampton – 2 Bedrooms $213.00
North/South Hampton – 3 Bedroom $254.00
2 Bedroom $254.00
3 Bedroom $297.00
2 Bedroom $171.00
3 Bedroom $202.00
***In order to receive our special rates, please be sure to mention SHC when making your reservations at the Embassy Suites Hotel. Please be sure to mention SHE when making reservations at the Kingston Plantation Condos/Villas. The reservation number is (800) 876-0010.