• CoronaCoronavirus (COVID-19) Resources

    In an effort to support our members with the most updated information on COVID-19 we developed this resource page to easily access current CDC information and other resources to assist you professionally and personally.

    We will continue to update this page with more information as it becomes available and welcome your input as we navigate through this situation. As health care professionals it is our job to educate our patients and families on prevention and the what to do if someone is symptomatic.

    View resources

     

  • Clinical Care OptionsNew for GAPNA members: Clinical Care Options

    GAPNA has partnered with a Clinical Care Options to offer an ongoing series of free CNE programs available to GAPNA members. "Diagnosis, Classification and Treatment of Heart Failure in Older Adults" is the latest program offered.

    In this interactive Webcast, expert faculty review the challenges of managing older adults with HF, including diagnosis, staging, and developing individualized management plans.

    Find out about it!

  • GAPNA 2020 National President Deborah Dunn, EdD, MSN, GNP-BC, ACNS-BC, GS-C interviews Dr. Ron Billano Ordona, DNP, FNP-BC about providing home-based primary care during COVID 19.

    "Facing Forward: Providing Home-based Primary Care during COVID 19"


    View the Video

AMDA Products

AMDA – The Society for Post-Acute and Long-Term Care Medicine Products

GAPNA members receive 10% off of AMDA – The Society for Post-Acute and Long-Term Care Medicine products*. Simply enter GAPNA as the promotional code at checkout to receive your discount. Visit the product store.

Here are just a few of the products you receive a discount on:

  • Clinical Collaboration in the Post-Acute and Long-Term Care Setting
    This manual provides clarification of the different practitioner roles (APRNs, PAs, and physicians) within post-acute and long-term care, how they can best work together to provide quality care, and how to bill for their services. Learn more.
  • COPD Management Clinical Practice Guideline

Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is currently the third leading cause of death in the United States. Among the outcomes that may be expected from the implementation of this CPG are earlier identification, better differential diagnosis of COPD; improved staff satisfaction/confidence in ability to manage COPD; more appropriate use of oxygen therapy and medications; reductions in the prevalence of smoking in the facility in the frequency of acute exacerbations and avoidable hospitalizations secondary to COPD. Learn more.

  • Guide to Post-Acute and Long-Term Care Coding, Reimbursement, and Documentation

This popular publication contains documentation requirements, as well as one or two coding vignettes for each of the nursing home family of codes; FAQs on code sets including two new codes for transitional care management (TCM) and chronic care management (CCM); an exclusive web site link to examples of the documentation needed for each of the following vignettes. Learn more.

  • The Younger Adult in the Long-Term Care Setting

In the past 10 years, adults ages 31 to 64 have been the fastest growing population in nursing homes. Younger adults in long-term care often have issues not seen as often in the elderly such as: more diagnosis related to developmental disabilities; higher prevalence of injuries related to trauma and prevalence of chronic and neurologic disorders and psychiatric diagnoses; and many more. This manual will help address these and many more issues including how to integrate them into a population with very different wants and needs. Learn more.

  • Clinical Practice Guidelines

Sold individually, in bundles, or a full set, and in print and/or electronic formats, our Clinical Practice Guidelines and referenced by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services and cover topics specific to post-acute and long-term care, including: acute change of condition, altered nutritional status, anemia, COPD, dehydration and fluid maintenance, dementia, depression, diabetes, falls, gastrointestinal disorders, health maintenance, heart failure, osteoporosis and fracture prevention, pain management, Parkinson’s Disease, pressure ulcers, sleep disorders, stroke, transitions of care, and urinary incontinence. Learn more.

View these and many other products.

*Does not apply to archived conference sessions.