We’re so happy Margarett was able to represent the company in such a positive light and really contribute to the event.
Dallas, TX (PRWEB) September 27, 2012
The Quality Outcomes & OASIS-C Conference is the premier training event for home health clinical/quality managers and administrators. This year’s event was held at the Hyatt Regency at the San Antonio Riverwalk from Sept. 19-21.
Jelinek, NurseCore’s National Director of Clinical Operations, delivered her “Clear the New CMS Surveys Without Deficiencies” presentation on Thursday, Sept. 20 as part of the conference’s Day One agenda.
A homecare professional with more than 30 years of experience, Jelinek advised attendees on how to prevent CMS survey deficiencies by getting staff on board with plans of correction. Her lecture was so well received that it warranted a standing ovation from the audience.
“Since its inception, the Quality Outcomes & OASIS-C Conference has been an excellent learning experience and asset to our employees and homecare professionals everywhere,” said NurseCore President and CEO Deborah Lollar.
“We’re so happy Margarett was able to represent the company in such a positive light and really contribute to the event.”
The Quality Outcomes & OASIS-C Conference was created in an effort to better educate home health professionals on regulatory changes and help provide them the tools for the latest care-transition programs.
Based in Arlington, Texas, NurseCore is committed to exceeding the expectations of its customers, clients and employees through ethical and professional conduct, the provision of compassionate nursing services, and leadership in the medical staffing and home care services industry.
Currently, NurseCore's roster of over 6,000 staff includes nurses and other healthcare professionals with an average of seven-and-one-half years of experience in the industry. NurseCore offices maintain State Licensure, Medicare and Medicaid certifications, as applicable, and also exceed Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) standards.