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Patient falls make up a large number of all sentinel events. According to a Joint Commission review of sentinel events (1995 to 2012) falls are the 6th leading cause of sentinel events and account for 7.6% of all sentinel events. Each year, greater than 1/3 of adults over age 65 will fall. Crucially, many of these falls are preventable. This course has been designed to help you protect patients from falls. It will discuss how balance normally keeps us from falling, risk factors for falls and strategies for preventing falls. Read More

Welcome to CareCademy: Effective Pain Management in Home Care! Effective pain management is ethically, and clinically necessary and is essential from a regulatory standpoint. You are ethically obligated to relieve pain and suffering. You are also required to assess and treat pain by regulatory standards. This course is designed to teach you about effective pain management in the home care workplace.​ Course Reviewer: Margie Fincham​ Read More

This course explores what medical errors are, how they occur, and the methods and approaches to prevent them from occurring in the home care setting. Course Author: John S. Ryan Read More

Welcome to CareCademy: Recognizing Impairment in the Home Care Workplace! This course is designed to get you up to speed on how to identify and report impairment in the home care work environment. Read More

Join Kristen Wheeler, HCAF's Director of Private Duty Services, and hear the latest updates from Tallahassee as well as a review of the state survey tags as they apply to non-skilled, licensed only agencies. Tips will be shared to make sure you're ready for the next AHCA survey! Course Author - Kristen Wheeler Read More

HIV is one of the most important health threats of our time. It has killed millions of people in the United States and worldwide. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimates that over 1.1 million people are living with HIV/AIDS in the United States, and that one in six (nearly 16%) is unaware of his or her infection. Therefore, all healthcare professionals need a basic understanding of the virus and the disease it causes: AIDS. This course will teach you the basics about HIV and AIDS. Read More

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