Malnutrition is quite possibly the number one issue in clinical nutrition. With up to 60% of patients affected by this debilitating condition, dietitians are the only professionals who are uniquely trained to identify malnutrition, treat it, and provide the documentation needed to secure an accurate diagnosis. Dietitians On Demand is by your side to help you develop a comprehensive malnutrition program in your own facility.
Malnutrition 101 | 1 CPEU
In the Malnutrition 101 webinar, we will take you through each step of a successful malnutrition program, from admission to discharge. You'll learn what metrics to share with key stakeholders and what your patients stand to gain with improved malnutrition care.
Learning Needs Codes: 3000, 5000, 5285, 7160
Performance Indicators: 6.1.6, 8.1.5, 8.3.1, 8.3.2
Malnutrition Screening Tools: Which is Best? | 1 CPEU
The first step to any successful malnutrition program is identifying which patients may be at-risk. In this webinar, we explore many different malnutrition screening tools and delve into the pros and cons of each. You will be equipped with the knowledge to decide which screening tool will best meet your facility's needs and be well on your way to better serving your most vulnerable patients.
Learning Needs Codes: 5285, 5000, 7160, 3090
Dollars and Cents of Malnutrition | 1 CPEU
Whether you work in acute or long-term care, you know by now that malnourished patients have higher costs of care. You probably also know that through the proper identification and diagnosis of malnutrition, your facility can earn extra reimbursement dollars to offset those higher costs of care. What type of financial impact can you expect your malnutrition program to make? And how can dietitians use this information to their advantage? Join our resident malnutrition expert, Sara Glanz, MS, RD, LD, CNSC to find out.
Learning Needs Codes: 5010, 5040, 5285, 7170
Performance Indicators: 8.2.5, 8.3.5, 8.3.6, 8.3.7
Pediatric Malnutrition | 0.5 CPEU
Pediatric malnutrition is receiving increased attention, just like adult malnutrition. In addition, the definition has evolved and been refined over time. Unfortunately, pediatric malnutrition is under-recognized due to a lack of standard definition and diagnostic criteria and the failure to prioritize nutrition care. Join pediatric dietitian, Melissa Odorisio, MS, RD, LD/N, CNSC to dive into the world of pediatric malnutrition as we empower you to raise awareness about this important condition.
Learning Needs Codes: 3000, 5070, 5285
Performance Indicators: 8.3.1, 8.3.3, 8.3.6, 8.3.7