Webinar: Infection Control – Developing Future Operational & Clinical Strategy * August 18th

Webinar: Infection Control – Developing Future Operational & Clinical Strategy * August 18th

For providers, caring for the elderly during a pandemic was filled with bold heroism in the face of unprecedented challenges such as supply chain disruptions, worsened staffing challenges, medical supply shortages, unexpected loss of life, and exhausted caregivers. In this session, you’ll discuss lessons providers have learned, review recent survey trends, and summarize how we can use all of this as steppingstones to prepare your facility for success in the new norm.



  • Review recent deficiency trends and the enhanced enforcement actions for non-compliance.
  • Describe the process changes clinical leaders need to make to prepare for the next infection control threat.
  • Understand the methodology of the new CMS Quality Metric for Healthcare Associated infections coming FY 2023.
  • Recognize the power of your data and quality assurance in ensuring your operations are on the right track.

Speaker: Amy E. Lee, RN, MSN, CRRN, QCP

Amy Lee is the President and CEO of Coretactics™ Healthcare Consulting, Inc.  Amy has a Master’s in Nursing, a Certification in Nursing Rehabilitation, is a certified OASIS Master Trainer, a QAPI Certified Professional.

She is a pragmatic and innovative national speaker who uses her decades of experience in acute and skilled nursing to bring a holistic approach to healthcare operations. Amy has established numerous best practice approaches in falls reduction, wound care management, antipsychotic reduction, behavioral management, infection prevention & control, person-centered care planning and reducing re-hospitalizations, just to name a few. 

Her knowledge of regulatory compliance, operations, CMS Five Star Rating, MDS 3.0, CMS Quality Measures and reimbursement allows her to assist teams with improving resident care as well as their strategic position in the healthcare market.



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August 10, 2022