Pain Management in the Opioid Addiction Crisis
1:00 – 2:00 P.M. Central time
Registration fees: $225 per facility | Non-Members Registration Fee: $350 per facility
With the nation embroiled in the opioid crisis, there are numerous challenges in safely managing pain in both acute and chronic presentations. Our presentation will address these challenges from a regulatory perspective to ensure your organizations are safely prescribing and monitoring your patients to avoid misuse and overdose.
Anne Kelly is an Associate Consultant with Courtemanche and Associates. In this role, she is responsible for assessing healthcare organizations’ readiness for licensing, accreditation, and regulatory compliance. Anne is trained in the survey process, auditing approach and survey outcome determination utilized by The Joint Commission, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), and other regulatory agencies and accrediting organizations. She assists organizations with pre-survey, intra-survey and post-survey activities, education, patient safety strategies, and quality improvement initiatives. With more than 30 years of clinical and leadership experience working in varying healthcare positions, Anne has held various Quality, Accreditation and Patient Safety leadership positions. As Chief Quality and Compliance Officer with Acadia Healthcare, a leading provider of Behavioral Health services in the United States she led the enterprise-wide Corporate Compliance Program and quality initiatives. She monitored and guided various compliance functions including Compliance Line, auditing, staff educational programs, and internal controls. She oversaw full delivery of compliance and clinical support of regulatory, accreditation, quality programs, key performance indicators, and patient safety initiatives, and directly assisted survey preparations and survey responses for The Joint Commission, Federal, and State surveys.
Anne received her associate degree in nursing from Wake Technical Community, Raleigh, North Carolina She later went on to earn her Bachelor of Science in Nursing and Master of Arts Degrees from Regis University, Denver, Colorado, as well as a Doctor of Education (EdD), Interdisciplinary Leadership from Creighton University, Omaha, Nebraska. She received the Excellence in Nursing Leadership Award, American Psychiatric Nurses Association, 2012, and the Humanitarian Award, Columbia/HCA, June 1994 earned for her leadership and initiative in the formation of a community service program for the prevention of cardiac disease.