lsm417 | undergraduate
Regulations In Lifespan Management
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- Compare levels of accreditation for lifespan management services and facilities.
- Determine accreditation requirements for leadership positions within lifespan management.
- Describe the purpose of accreditation in lifespan management.
- Explain how the lifespan management has evolved in relation to the regulatory environment.
- Compare the roles and responsibilities of regulatory agencies in lifespan management.
- Explain the difference between a regulation and a law.
- Compare direct and indirect care of patients.
- Analyze the relationship between regulations and census management.
- Analyze the use of technology in the governance of lifespan management.
- Analyze the relationship between laws and census management.
- Determine what lifespan management services are required by law.
- Describe laws protecting lifespan management populations.
- Analyze employment, licensure, and operational requirements for lifespan management services and facilities.
- Describe the use of compliance reporting in lifespan management.
- Analyze the relationship between technology and compliance in lifespan management.
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