Pressure injuries and their accompanying documentation are often among the most frequently cited survey deficiencies. Documentation that’s lacking or missing can result in citations under F686, or even lawsuits. In addition, since wound care is the subject of continual research, keeping current on best practices is vital.
During HCPro’s 60-minute program, Avoiding F686: Preventing, Treating, and Assessing Pressure Injuries Through Documentation, risk management specialist Beth Alford, RN, BSN will identify the steps that most facilities get wrong when it comes to documenting pressure injuries.
At the conclusion of this program, participants will be able to:
- Ensure proper documentation for pressure injuries to stay in compliance with F686 and provide quality care
- Uphold best practices for assessment and identifying risk factors
- Execute effective treatment strategies
- Identify evidence-based prevention methods
Participants will also receive several downloadable tools, including a pressure injuries audit tool, an assessment for clinically unavoidable pressure injuries, and critical elements pathways for pressure injuries.