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Second National Meeting

Second National Meeting Materials
September 13-15, 2011


The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) held the Second National Meeting for the NBCP from September 13 through September 15, 2011, in St. Louis, Missouri. The goals of the meeting were to present a range of educational materials for States receiving Federal grants to improve their State systems for conducting background checks on prospective direct access employees in long term care settings. The educational materials included information on state-of-the-art practices for operating an employee background check system.

Selected presentations from several of the current grantee States, the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Office of the Inspector General (OIG), and CMS, as well as specific technical presentations from CNA, are available below.

Second National Meeting for the NBCP - Meeting Agenda

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Second National Meeting for the NBCP - Presentations

Session 1 - September 13, 2011
Presentation Presenter Slides
State Presentations State of Rhode Island
State of Oklahoma
State of New Mexico
State of Missouri
State of Illinois
State of Florida
District of Columbia
State of Delaware
State of Connecticut
State of California
State of Alaska
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Introduction Q & A CNA Download
Quarterly Report Review CMS & CNA Download
IT Systems Design CNA Download
State Legislation CNA Download
Fingerprint Collection CNA Download
 
Session 2 - September 14, 2011
Presentation Presenter Slides
OIG Update: Evaluative Tools OIG Download
State Rap Back Systems CNA Download
Integration of State & Federal Registries CNA Download
Program Sustainability Methods CNA Download
 
Session 3 - September 15, 2011
Presentation Presenter Slides
Provider/Stakeholder Concerns Panel Download
Long Term Care Criminal Convictions Work Group Overview CMS Download
Coordination of Efforts Across State Agencies CNA Download