Excellence in Long-Term Care 2023 Annual Conference
- 9:00 AM
- Hilton Virginia Beach-Oceanfront 3001 Alantic Ave Virgnia Beach,VA 23451
Join VAMDA Now and Save
Register for the 2023 annual conference and save BIG on your annual dues.
Not a member of the Virginia Medical Directors Association (VAMDA) yet? There is no better time to join than right now. Get all the rights and privileges of membership at a fraction of the standard annual fee.
Bring your Medical Director, Director of Nursing, and Administrator for a conference-only fee of $250 or a conference with a membership of $350. Please send in all three forms with one check referencing the three attendees in the memo section.
|Registration Type||Membership||Conference Registration||Conference & Membership||Early Bird (Membership & Conference)*|
|Physician or Administrator||$100||$150||$225||$175|
|Nurse Practitioner/Physician Assistant||$90||$135||$200||$150|
|Allied Health Professional (RPh, RN, NHA)||$90||$135||$200||$150|
|In-Training (student-requires current student identification, fellow, resident)||$85||$115||$175||$125|
Take advantage of our Early Bird registration discount! Ensure your payment is received by August 20, 2023*. Use Promo Code EB2023
The Latest in PALTC
The presentation covers recent policy updates and advocacy priorities for post-acute and long-term care (PALTC) from the Virginia Medical Directors Association (VMDA). Download the full summary now to see VMDA’s upcoming events and federal legislative priorities around the disclosure of medical director information.
It’s not a nursing home! The past, present, and future of care delivery in assisted living.
The presentation covers the evolution of assisted living in the U.S. and tensions requiring change around models of care, regulation, financing, residents, and workforce. It proposed solutions like integrating medical care and enhancing staffing to improve quality while balancing medicalization and preserving the quality of life.
Alcohol and Opioid Use Disorders: Assessment, Diagnosis, and Treatment
The presentation provides an overview of diagnosing and treating alcohol and opioid use disorders, covering medications like naltrexone, acamprosate, buprenorphine and methadone as well as regulations around prescribing buprenorphine. It concluded medication-assisted treatment paired with counseling is effective and should be offered to patients with moderate to severe substance use disorders.
QAPI 2023: What’s next for Medical Directors?
The presentation covers regulatory updates, citation trends, and quality improvement strategies for nursing homes, emphasizing the need to focus on infection control, quality of care, staffing levels and training. It provided practical tips for assessing risks and optimizing clinical and operational processes through data analysis, audits, protocols and engaging residents and families.