CMS Emergency Preparedness
NEW REQUIREMENTS: What you need to know
From natural disasters like hurricanes, tornadoes, major flooding, and fires to unpredictable human behavior, it is essential for all providers to have a comprehensive Emergency Preparedness plan in place.
Now, more than ever, it is important to make sure your Emergency Preparedness Plan meets new requirements and can respond appropriately when emergencies strike. With new CMS requirements for Emergency Preparedness now in effect, all Medicare and Medicaid provides must refine their emergency preparedness guidelines in order to maintain compliance.
The Advis Group can help you ensure compliance when the next disaster strikes.
The regulatory and compliance experts at The Advis Group are offering a fast, 4-Point Emergency Preparedness Audit Plan to assist you in gaining a clear understanding of where you stand regarding these new rules. The audit is designed to quickly ascertain the level of compliance and efficiency given the new requirements. The Advis audit team will examine the following areas:
- Risk Assessment and Emergency Planning
- Policies and Procedures
- Communication Plan
- Training and Testing
As a provider, you will walk away with a detailed findings report and an action plan that clearly identifies deficiencies and outlines opportunities for improvement.
Move beyond your assessment and towards implementation and training.
Let The Advis Group elevate your assessment. Our experts can assist your team in:
- Education Sessions
- Training Module Development
- Policy and Procedure Development & Revision