2016 Fall Conference** REGISTRATION IS OPEN!

Please join us for a half-day conference, The Best of Quality Through Best Practices, on Saturday October 29, 2016 at the UC Davis, Sacramento Campus for our 2016 Fall Conference from 8:00am - 12:45pm.  The focus of this conference will be on some of the most topical issues that we are facing:  Sex in the Nursing Home, Pain Advance Care Planning, POLST, Antipsychotics, Adverse Drug Events, De-Prescribing, and MORE.  Mark your calendars for this exciting event!  Registration OPEN!!!  Up to 4 hours of Continuing Education Credits will be available for this event.  

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CALTCM Webinar Archives

Best Practices in Dementia Care: The Do's and Don'ts
Jay Luxenberg, MD and Janice Hoffman, PharmD
This webinar originally aired on February 11, 2016 1:00-2:00pm PST, the video is posted for your free review.
Click here to view the video or download the handouts
This webinar is sponsored by the California Partnership to Improve Dementia Care, facilitated by the California Culture Change Coalition through CMS funding" For more information, visit: dementiacareresourceCA.org.

Need credits?  CALTCM is here to help!

The CALTCM Online Continuing Education Series:

  • UTI Antibiotic Stewardship: Non-Urinary Tract Infection ​a Burning Issue by Dr. Peter Patterson

  • The Medical Director as a Quality Improvement Champion by Dr. James Mittelberger

Certificates of completion are FREE for CALTCM members, Non-member can earn certificates for a small fee (or join today to get your FREE credits, click here to read more

Nursing Home and Health Plan Partnership:
Reducing Readmissions & Honoring Wishes

In Partnership with three California Health Plans, CALTCM will implement the Interventions to Reduce Acute Care Transfers (INTERACT) program in up to 36 nursing homes, reduce avoidable hospital transfers and align care with residents' wishes. 

CALTCM will host three trainings in California in 2016.  If your nursing home is interested in participating in this project, submit an application for consideration.  Click here for details.  Only ONE training left in this series of trainings, at UC Riverside on October 5, 2016.