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Minutes have been posted from today's webinar - Posted:Thursday, November 5, 2015

AIPP/OLTC Monthly Conference Call, November 10th

Topic: "Top 10 Compliance Issues For Consideration" 
Presented by Lisa Thomas, RN-BC, State Training Coordinator, Arkansas Department of Human Services, Office of Long Term Care

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The Eden Alternative® Receives Grant to Help Arkansas Optimize Medication Use - Posted:Friday, October 23, 2015

Arkansas will benefit from grant-funded training focused on optimizing medication use through practices that put the person first. The Eden Alternative has received funding from the Arkansas Department of Human Services to deliver the...Continue reading the press release & watch inspirational video here

Forty-five Arkansas nursing homes will have the opportunity to experience Optimizing Medication Systems and Usage on November 16, 2015 as a pre-conference option for the Arkansas Healthcare Association’s Fall Conference in Little Rock. Registration is now open.

Congratulations to the newest participants of the Arkansas Culture Change Program! - Posted:Thursday, October 1, 2015

Butterfield Trail Village, Fayetteville

Canyon Springs Health and Rehabilitation, LLC, Hot Springs

Grace Point, LLC, El Dorado

Highlands of Heber Springs Health and Rehabilitation, Heber Springs

Highlands of Mountain View Therapy and Living Center, Mountain View

Highlands of Rogers Health and Rehabilitation, Rogers

LinRock Health and Rehab Center, Texarkana

Pine Hills Health & Rehabilitation, LLC, Camden

Waldron Nursing Center, Waldron

White River Healthcare, Calico Rock


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Bridging Gaps in Healthcare

Monday, May 18, 2015

“Healthcare in Arkansas: Bridging Gaps and Improving Outcomes” is the theme for the 2015 Governor’s Quality Award Healthcare Seminar.

Open Payments Program Increases Transparency in Health Care

Friday, May 1, 2015

 The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services’ (CMS) Open Payments program collects data from drug and device manufacturers and group purchasing organizations (GPOs) about payments they make to physicians and teaching hospitals. The program also reports information about ownership interests in drug and device manufacturers and GPOs held by physicians and their immediate family members. It’s important that physicians and teaching hospitals confirm the accuracy of the financial relationships reported about them.