OIG Seminar Focuses on Long-term Care
The CHFS Office of Inspector General hosted more than 500 participants for the Long-term Care Survey Process and Enforcement Seminar June 10 at the Galt House in Louisville. The seminar audience included both surveyors and long-term care providers.
The seminar included nationally recognized speakers Lisa Tripp and Jeri Ann Lundgren. Tripp is an assistant professor at John Marshall Law School in Atlanta where she teaches health care law, remedies and torts. She previously practiced health care law and commercial litigation as an attorney for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. The primary focus of her career has been on elder abuse.
Lundgren is a registered nurse and is a wound care specialist certified by the American Academy of Wound Management. Director of wound and continence management for Pathways Health Service, Inc., she has been working in long-term care since 1990, specializing in wound care nationally since 1994. Her background includes survey management, litigation support and wound care consultation and program development.
The seminar also featured Suzanne Hornstein, deputy inspector general, Mary Curlin, director of the Division of Health Care, and Samantha Windsor, assistant director of the Division of Health Care.