MCMCFC Annual Fall DON Meeting

Sept. 30 - Oct. 1 | Crystal Mountain Resort 

Plan to join us in person for the MCMCFC Annual Fall DON Meeting! With any questions, please contact Andrea Starmer at conference@mcmcfc.org

 

Pricing / Payment

Primary Attendee Subsequent Attendee
$195 $175

Payment of registration and event fees must be made within 30 days of registration to avoid cancellation.

Checks may be mailed to:
(MCMCFC, 100 W Michigan Ave, Suite 200, Lansing, MI 48933)

Location

This year’s event will be held at Crystal Mountain Resort. Reservations may be made by calling 1-855-520-2974, by utilizing this form or Book Online.

A selection of overnight rooms are being held exclusively for Michigan County Medical Care Facilities Council;for best availability and selection reservations should be made by August 30, 2021, reservations received after this date will be taken on a space-available basis and at the prevailing discounted rate. If room type requested is not available, the next available room type and rate will be confirmed. Crystal Mountain does it’s best to accommodate requests, however cannot guarantee specific rooms/units. Please inquire with reservation staff for additional unit types available beyond those listed.

Check- In: 5:00 PM | Check-Out: 11:00 AM

Studio $119

Hotel Room $139

Two Bedroom Cottage $329

Continuing Education

This activity has been submitted to the Ohio Nurses Association (ONA) and National Association of Long Term Care Administrator Boards (NAB) for approval to award NHA up to 8 continuing education credits and 8 nursing contact hours.

 

Requirements for Successful Completion:

In order to receive credit for successful completion of educational sessions, all attendees must:

  • Attend each session in its entirety
  • Complete electronic session evaluation via the event platform

Refund Policy

Registrants for this must submit requests for refunds in writing to conference@mcmcfc.org. Requests for refunds must be received at least two weeks prior to the program and will entitle registrant to a full refund less a $50 processing fee. You must notify us at least two weeks prior to the program to request a refund of the registration fees.

All cancellations must be received in writing, no later than September 20, 2021, in order to receive a full refund (minus a $50.00 administrative fee). All telephone cancellations must be followed up with a written notice.

AGENDA AND SESSION DESCRIPTIONS

The agenda below is continually updated. All times are listed in Eastern time zone.
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Thursday, September 30

11:30 AM - On-site Registration and Check In Available

12:50 PM - Welcome

1:00 – 2:00 PM - Imagining the Nursing Department for the Post-Pandemic

Doug Campbell, RN, BNS, CDONA, NHA & Vickie Burlew, RN

Session Description: As the pandemic continues to swirl around us, we realize that in its wake our nursing departments are in chaos. We have learned new skills and changed job descriptions as the moment dictated. We have a new workforce with new values and ideas. We need to get ahead of this and reorganize to meet the challenges of the future. This session does exactly that. Using a SWOT analysis participants will design the nursing department for the post-pandemic era.

After attending this session, learners will be able to:

  • Develop a SWOT Analysis of the nursing department.
  • Define the roles needed within the nursing department.
  • Describe the duties for the roles within the nursing department.

Speaker Bio's:

Vickie Burlew is a mentor and coach to LTC facilities in the area of person-directed care. She advocates for the homes and their residents believing that providing person-directed care is the road to compliance. While she is employed by Rolf Consulting, she truly works with you for the best outcomes for your elders. Her expertise lies in regulatory compliance. 

Doug Campbell has spent most of his career in long term care. In 1984 he worked as an orderly caring for residents while he was going to nursing school at Hurley Medical Center School of Nursing. He graduated in 1988 with a diploma degree from the hospital based school of nursing and worked at the hospital for a short period of time as an R.N. staff nurse on the Medical Surgical Unit and ultimately worked up to Assistant Head Nurse on the Adult Psychiatry Unit. Missing the rewards he felt working with the elderly he returned to Long Term Care working as a Director of Nursing for 4 years at a for profit and a privately owned nursing home and ultimately returned to the 202 bed County Medical Care Facility near the thumb of Michigan where he had worked as an orderly. He spent 24 years as the Director of Nursing and Assistant Administrator. Douglas worked for Michigan Peer Review Organization, MPRO, performing IDR/IIDR reviews for 10 plus years. He has been a Certified Director of Nursing in Long Term Care through the National Association of Directors of Nursing Administration in Long Term Care since 1998. Douglas continued on to get his B.S.N. from Chamberlain College of Nursing. Doug has completed the CDC Infection Preventionist Training. He has served as a case review specialist and an expert witness for law firms defending nursing homes. He is licensed in Michigan as a Registered Nurse and as a Nursing Home Administrator.

2:00 - 2:10 PM - Break

2:10 – 3:10 PM - Imagining the Nursing Department for the Post-Pandemic

Doug Campbell, RN, BNS, CDONA, NHA & Vickie Burlew, RN

Session Description: As the pandemic continues to swirl around us, we realize that in its wake our nursing departments are in chaos. We have learned new skills and changed job descriptions as the moment dictated. We have a new workforce with new values and ideas. We need to get ahead of this and reorganize to meet the challenges of the future. This session does exactly that. Using a SWOT analysis participants will design the nursing department for the post-pandemic era.

After attending this session, learners will be able to:

  • Develop a SWOT Analysis of the nursing department.
  • Define the roles needed within the nursing department.
  • Describe the duties for the roles within the nursing department.

Speaker Bio's:

Vickie Burlew is a mentor and coach to LTC facilities in the area of person-directed care. She advocates for the homes and their residents believing that providing person-directed care is the road to compliance. While she is employed by Rolf Consulting, she truly works with you for the best outcomes for your elders. Her expertise lies in regulatory compliance. 

Doug Campbell has spent most of his career in long term care. In 1984 he worked as an orderly caring for residents while he was going to nursing school at Hurley Medical Center School of Nursing. He graduated in 1988 with a diploma degree from the hospital based school of nursing and worked at the hospital for a short period of time as an R.N. staff nurse on the Medical Surgical Unit and ultimately worked up to Assistant Head Nurse on the Adult Psychiatry Unit. Missing the rewards he felt working with the elderly he returned to Long Term Care working as a Director of Nursing for 4 years at a for profit and a privately owned nursing home and ultimately returned to the 202 bed County Medical Care Facility near the thumb of Michigan where he had worked as an orderly. He spent 24 years as the Director of Nursing and Assistant Administrator. Douglas worked for Michigan Peer Review Organization, MPRO, performing IDR/IIDR reviews for 10 plus years. He has been a Certified Director of Nursing in Long Term Care through the National Association of Directors of Nursing Administration in Long Term Care since 1998. Douglas continued on to get his B.S.N. from Chamberlain College of Nursing. Doug has completed the CDC Infection Preventionist Training. He has served as a case review specialist and an expert witness for law firms defending nursing homes. He is licensed in Michigan as a Registered Nurse and as a Nursing Home Administrator.

3:10 - 3:20 PM - Break

3:20 – 4:20 PM - Imagining the Nursing Department for the Post-Pandemic

 

Doug Campbell, RN, BNS, CDONA, NHA & Vickie Burlew, RN

Session Description: As the pandemic continues to swirl around us, we realize that in its wake our nursing departments are in chaos. We have learned new skills and changed job descriptions as the moment dictated. We have a new workforce with new values and ideas. We need to get ahead of this and reorganize to meet the challenges of the future. This session does exactly that. Using a SWOT analysis participants will design the nursing department for the post-pandemic era.

After attending this session, learners will be able to:

  • Develop a SWOT Analysis of the nursing department.
  • Define the roles needed within the nursing department.
  • Describe the duties for the roles within the nursing department.

Speaker Bio's:

Vickie Burlew is a mentor and coach to LTC facilities in the area of person-directed care. She advocates for the homes and their residents believing that providing person-directed care is the road to compliance. While she is employed by Rolf Consulting, she truly works with you for the best outcomes for your elders. Her expertise lies in regulatory compliance. 

Doug Campbell has spent most of his career in long term care. In 1984 he worked as an orderly caring for residents while he was going to nursing school at Hurley Medical Center School of Nursing. He graduated in 1988 with a diploma degree from the hospital based school of nursing and worked at the hospital for a short period of time as an R.N. staff nurse on the Medical Surgical Unit and ultimately worked up to Assistant Head Nurse on the Adult Psychiatry Unit. Missing the rewards he felt working with the elderly he returned to Long Term Care working as a Director of Nursing for 4 years at a for profit and a privately owned nursing home and ultimately returned to the 202 bed County Medical Care Facility near the thumb of Michigan where he had worked as an orderly. He spent 24 years as the Director of Nursing and Assistant Administrator. Douglas worked for Michigan Peer Review Organization, MPRO, performing IDR/IIDR reviews for 10 plus years. He has been a Certified Director of Nursing in Long Term Care through the National Association of Directors of Nursing Administration in Long Term Care since 1998. Douglas continued on to get his B.S.N. from Chamberlain College of Nursing. Doug has completed the CDC Infection Preventionist Training. He has served as a case review specialist and an expert witness for law firms defending nursing homes. He is licensed in Michigan as a Registered Nurse and as a Nursing Home Administrator.

4:45 - 6:00 PM - Networking & Dinner

6:00 – 8:00 PM - Roundtable Problem Solving of Challenges Facing Nursing Leadership in 2022

Doug Campbell, RN, BNS, CDONA, NHA & Vickie Burlew, RN

Session Description Coming Soon!

Speaker Bio's:

Vickie Burlew is a mentor and coach to LTC facilities in the area of person-directed care. She advocates for the homes and their residents believing that providing person-directed care is the road to compliance. While she is employed by Rolf Consulting, she truly works with you for the best outcomes for your elders. Her expertise lies in regulatory compliance. 

Doug Campbell has spent most of his career in long term care. In 1984 he worked as an orderly caring for residents while he was going to nursing school at Hurley Medical Center School of Nursing. He graduated in 1988 with a diploma degree from the hospital based school of nursing and worked at the hospital for a short period of time as an R.N. staff nurse on the Medical Surgical Unit and ultimately worked up to Assistant Head Nurse on the Adult Psychiatry Unit. Missing the rewards he felt working with the elderly he returned to Long Term Care working as a Director of Nursing for 4 years at a for profit and a privately owned nursing home and ultimately returned to the 202 bed County Medical Care Facility near the thumb of Michigan where he had worked as an orderly. He spent 24 years as the Director of Nursing and Assistant Administrator. Douglas worked for Michigan Peer Review Organization, MPRO, performing IDR/IIDR reviews for 10 plus years. He has been a Certified Director of Nursing in Long Term Care through the National Association of Directors of Nursing Administration in Long Term Care since 1998. Douglas continued on to get his B.S.N. from Chamberlain College of Nursing. Doug has completed the CDC Infection Preventionist Training. He has served as a case review specialist and an expert witness for law firms defending nursing homes. He is licensed in Michigan as a Registered Nurse and as a Nursing Home Administrator.

Friday, October 1

7:45 - 8:30 AM - Breakfast

8:30 - 10:00 AM - How to Achieve Past Non Compliance through QAPI

Margaret Chamberlain, JD

Session Description Coming Soon!

Speaker Bio: Margaret Chamberlain is a partner with ROLF GOFFMAN MARTIN LANG and focuses her practice in the areas of health care regulatory compliance, including interfacing with state and federal regulatory agencies, state and federal enforcement appeals, developing corporate compliance programs, State Attorney General licensing and/or criminal investigations, Medicare and Medicaid civil and criminal fraud concerns, and professional licensing.

Prior to beginning her legal career over 20 years ago, Margaret was a social worker who provided services in several skilled nursing facilities.

10:00 - 10:15 AM - Break

10:15 - 11:45 AM - Recent Regulations Driving Change in How We Approach LTC

Doug Campbell, RN, BNS, CDONA, NHA & Vickie Burlew, RN

Session Description Coming Soon!

Speaker Bio's:

Vickie Burlew is a mentor and coach to LTC facilities in the area of person-directed care. She advocates for the homes and their residents believing that providing person-directed care is the road to compliance. While she is employed by Rolf Consulting, she truly works with you for the best outcomes for your elders. Her expertise lies in regulatory compliance. 

Doug Campbell has spent most of his career in long term care. In 1984 he worked as an orderly caring for residents while he was going to nursing school at Hurley Medical Center School of Nursing. He graduated in 1988 with a diploma degree from the hospital based school of nursing and worked at the hospital for a short period of time as an R.N. staff nurse on the Medical Surgical Unit and ultimately worked up to Assistant Head Nurse on the Adult Psychiatry Unit. Missing the rewards he felt working with the elderly he returned to Long Term Care working as a Director of Nursing for 4 years at a for profit and a privately owned nursing home and ultimately returned to the 202 bed County Medical Care Facility near the thumb of Michigan where he had worked as an orderly. He spent 24 years as the Director of Nursing and Assistant Administrator. Douglas worked for Michigan Peer Review Organization, MPRO, performing IDR/IIDR reviews for 10 plus years. He has been a Certified Director of Nursing in Long Term Care through the National Association of Directors of Nursing Administration in Long Term Care since 1998. Douglas continued on to get his B.S.N. from Chamberlain College of Nursing. Doug has completed the CDC Infection Preventionist Training. He has served as a case review specialist and an expert witness for law firms defending nursing homes. He is licensed in Michigan as a Registered Nurse and as a Nursing Home Administrator.

11:45 AM - Closing Remarks and Adjourment