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Toni Hanson - Bel-Air Nursing and Rehab, Goffstown
14:08
What if the facility is privately owned?
Rosemary Simino
16:15
yes please share slides
Rosemary Simino
18:04
Aaron, is the monthly reporting the same SS tracking form we are using now?
NATHAN WHITE
18:09
We would still need evidence that the individual signing the grant agreement is authorized to do so. We have a different template for an LLC and other business types that we can use.
Aaron McIntire
19:12
We will be adjusting the SS tracking form to incorporate the new information and the weekly breakdown
Meg Miller
19:47
If we are delivering the tests will mileage be paid?
Heidi Forrence
24:18
what if the number of total staff change?
Woodcrest Village1
24:28
For assisted living communities, are we testing the entire staff or just the staff working on the day of the test?
Dawn Rogers
24:38
When will this be starting? If we are testing every 10 days and our last test date was 10/17, will we be testing again on 10/27
Ray
24:50
when will the documents you described be sent to the facilities?
Lisa Henderson
24:55
Slides and recording will be posted to https://www.nhhca.org/covid-19/ under Past calls and Webinars
Lisa Henderson
32:26
from DHHS: HFA Regulatory Correspondence <DHHS.hfaregcorrespondence@nh.gov> on 10/19Dear Administrators,In response to your questions regarding the retention of records for COVID-19 screenings. The guidance for NON CMS certified facilities is to retain employee and resident screening logs as part of the employee file and resident charts, consistent with existing rules.Health Facilities Administration has consulted with Public Health to determine the guidelines for retaining the records of COVID screenings for visitors, visitor screening records should be kept for 30 days, then can be destroyed, if you so choose.CMS certified nursing homes will have to retain their documents until guidance is issued on these subjects.Marilee D. Curran, MSLicensing Database AdministratorDHHSHealth Facilities Administration-Licensing129 Pleasant St.Concord, NH 03301Phone (603) 271-9041Fax (603) 271-4968
Kristen Schmidt
37:57
Issue: They are requiring all results within 24 hours. Unless we can somehow interface our POC line list for automatic reporting, we will have to look at who will be reporting over the weekends and will need to expand who has access to the line lists.What I am hoping you can help with:-Will DPH accept our exported lists even though they are set up differently?-Will they consider weekly reporting of negative results considering the incredible burden this will put on our centers, especially if we have to format things differently?
Rosemary Simino
39:26
What triggers an infection control survey? what about a facility on watch list. ?
Lauren Murray
39:43
Currently there would be a duplication on reporting of the line listing.
Rosemary Simino
40:40
yes
Kelly Keefe
45:06
DHHS: CLIA <clia@dhhs.nh.gov>
Toni Hanson - Bel-Air Nursing and Rehab, Goffstown
45:43
So to clarify: Using the POC machine we must document onsite all testing done at the facility ( kept in a book which isn't able to be adulterated) with us also reporting to the state for all results and you also want it in the EMR? Although a separate record of dates, times, persons and results are copied on a unadulterated book which is kept here at the facility?
CCournoyer
46:39
Can Kelley repeat that please
Toni Hanson - Bel-Air Nursing and Rehab, Goffstown
47:18
doesn't the clia waiver cover this?
Kathleen Nichols
47:35
So that waiver is in addition to the CLIA?
Kelly Keefe
48:08
DHHS.hfaregcorrespondence@nh.gov
Kelly Keefe
48:31
Licensing is separate from CLIA, you would need both.
Toni Hanson - Bel-Air Nursing and Rehab, Goffstown
49:55
Please repeat the information you would like us to send?
Kristen Schmidt
50:23
FacilityLIcense Number
Kristen Schmidt
50:26
Administrator Name
Kristen Schmidt
50:34
Facility Address
Toni Hanson - Bel-Air Nursing and Rehab, Goffstown
50:36
thank you!!