The Key to Competency-Based Long-Term Care Staffing

Learn the benefits of the recent State Operations Manual regulations related to staff competency

As of November 2017, facilities must link staffing with the required facility assessment, which considers the number, acuity and diagnoses of the facility’s resident population.

While the task of ensuring competency-based staffing might seem burdensome there is a bright side. Training and education are often associated with increased staff retention, decreased staff turnover, improved patient and resident outcomes, and a more effective and engaged workforce.

Read how recent regulation changes may benefit your long term care facility, and its staff’s competency while on the path to better patient care.

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Watch our free 60-minute webinar that discusses key considerations when applying competency-based staffing using the facility assessment.


Amy Stewart, RN, DNS-MT, QCP-MT, RAC-MT
Curriculum Development Specialist
American Association of Directors of Nursing Services