Ask the IP: Infection control
is NOT just a box to check in long-term care

Join the conversation with AMS Infection Prevention Partners Chief Infection Control Officer, Heather Hutson, RN, IP-BC, who will share her expertise and insights, as well as answer your questions, on what facilities need to do to establish and maintain an effective Infection Prevention & Control program. Topics to be covered include:

Empower your IPs

Infection Preventionist isn’t just a title alone; it’s a critical role in your facility. Yet one of the most common things we hear in facilities is that IPs don’t have the education or support they need. Let’s change this. 

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Infection surveillance should be proactive and preventative

In fact, it’s required: F880 is the most-cited CMS violation three years running, yet we often walk into facilities without proactive systems in place.

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Think and track beyond COVID-19

Unfortunately for some facilities, tracking of current infection control and prevention measures are focused specifically on COVID-19 and its highly contagious variants. COVID isn’t going away any time soon, but neither are multidrug resistant organisms, so let’s think and track beyond COVID.

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Actionable recommendations

We’ll give you actionable recommendations to shore up your IPC program, ensure your entire team is educated and empower your IPs to have the safest facility you can.

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Seats are limited!
RSVP today!

Thank you for your rsvp! You will receive a calendar invite from Amber at AMS shortly that will have additional details and log-in information. We look forward to seeing you!

Thursday, August 26, 2021
1pm - 1:30pm EST

Ask the IP Virtual Event
Presented by AMS Infection Prevention Partners

Need additional information? Kindly reach out to your AMS Infection Prevention Partners business development rep, or contact us here.

Ask the IP is a new monthly webinar series designed to address Infection Prevention and Control issues in long-term care. Each session is built around specific areas of concern and an open dialog with experts is encouraged. Participation is by invitation, only. If you have a topic you'd like to see discussed or would like to be on the list to receive invites for future events, kindly let us know by sending us a message.