May 2024 VIRTUAL DMEPOS Accreditation Intensive & Consultant Training
Includes Multiple Live Events. The next is on 05/22/2024 at 10:00 AM (EDT)
This session is intended for all CHAP DMEPOS accredited agencies or those who wish to learn about CHAP Standards of Excellence for DMEPOS. This one-and-a-half-day workshop will provide an overview of the CHAP standards for DMEPOS, the most frequent citations in each area, and tips to deal with these challenges.
This is an interactive and engaging virtual learning opportunity! The event is designed to promote the active participation of each individual attendee, and, as such, each registration is an individual registration.
The attendee will be educated on:
- The format of the DMEPOS Standards of Excellence
- An overview of the Standards in each of the 8 Key Performance Areas
- The top deficiencies in each the 8 Key Performance Areas
- Tips for Success to handle the top deficiencies
- Engagement activities to reinforce knowledge
CE Credits - This program has been approved for 7.5 contact hours Continuing Respiratory Care Education (CRCE) credit by the American Association for Respiratory Care, 9425, N. MacArthur Blvd, Suite 100, Irving TX 75063. Course # 190570000
CHAP Certified Consultants – completion of this DMEPOS Accreditation Intensive Workshop and the DMEPOS Consultant Certification Test with a passing score (80% min) will allow the consultant to include DMEPOS consulting on their CHAP consultant page.
Live Virtual Event
- Wednesday, May 22, 2024 - 10:00 am - 5:00 pm Eastern Time
- Thursday, May 23, 2024 - 10:00 am - 2:45 pm Eastern Time
- Keri Culhane, MBA, BSN, RN Clinical Nurse Educator
- Shannon Dorsey–Dunlap MBA, LRTR, NHA CHAP Director of Accreditation
- Take advantage of the Early Bird discount! Register for $499 until 4/19!
- Regular Price: $549 (after 4/19)
Please note this event is designed to promote the active participation of each individual attendee and, as such, each registration is an individual registration.
*This workshop also serves as new or renewing consultant training. There will also be an additional post-workshop virtual component and a consultant competency exam (must have 80% to pass) for CHAP Consultant Certification. If you have more questions about becoming a CHAP Consultant - please contact Amanda Satulovsky at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This program has been approved for 7.5 contact hours Continuing Respiratory Care Education (CRCE) credit by the American Association for Respiratory Care, 9425, N. MacArthur Blvd, Suite 100, Irving TX 75063. Course # 190570000
Participating in this workshop in no way guarantees the outcome of the accreditation process. The content is meant to help participants understand the accreditation process, learn common areas of deficiencies, understand how to gain compliance in the most commonly citied standards and utilize and implement the QAPI process.
CHAP Director of Accreditation
Community Health Accreditation Partner
Shannon Dorsey-Dunlap is a healthcare professional with 29 years of experience. She is a licensed, registered Respiratory Therapist and a licensed Nursing Home Administrator, with a Masters of Business Administration.
Prior to joining CHAP, Shannon dedicated her career to the Home Health, Skilled Nursing, and DME (Durable Medical Equipment) industries. During this time, she held leadership positions including Administrator, Vice President of Compliance and Risk Management, Vice President of Operations, General Manager, and Regional Quality Improvement Manager. She has also served as a field surveyor for The Joint Commission.
While serving in a compliance role, Shannon obtained multiple certifications including: HealthCare Compliance (CHC), Corporate Compliance and Ethics (CCEP), Healthcare Privacy Compliance (CHPC), and Home Care Specialist Compliance (HCS-C).
Clinical Nurse Educator
Keri comes to CHAP with 17 years’ experience in the post-acute healthcare industry and has held a variety of positions from direct patient care as a Registered Nurse to chief executive in both home health and hospice organizations. She has a passion for community-based care and enjoys educating others and contributing to their growth and development as a healthcare professional. Keri previously served as a board member/officer for the Oregon Hospice & Palliative Care Association. She received her Master’s in Business Administration from the University of Texas at Tyler, and her Nursing degree from the University of Wyoming.
Most recently, Keri served as a Home Care Surveyor for 5 years with The Joint Commission where she conducted surveys for home care organizations across the country and provided education to organizations regarding standards, regulations, and operational processes. During her last year and a half as a surveyor, Keri was responsible for the onboarding and orientation process of new home care surveyors. She has led several projects and workgroups to include educational presentation development, technological survey advancements, standard operating procedure development, and new hire orientation development. In addition to developing educational presentations, Keri has been a speaker/presenter at state association conferences across the country.
Formerly, Keri served as Executive Director for Coastal Home Health & Hospice where she was responsible for overall agency operations and management. She also served as a Director of Accreditation for CHAP responsible for operational oversight and survey activities to validate consistent application of accreditation and regulatory standards for community health providers with a focus on safe, quality patient care delivery.