HSM 4683/6683

About This Course

Long-term care organizations must continue to evolve based on consumer demand and regulatory frameworks. To achieve continuous quality improvement, administrators must understand the fundamentals of quality as well as how the regulatory environment impacts quality. This course is designed to explore the regulatory framework in which skilled nursing facilities operate as well as the concept of quality. It meets national and state requirements for licensure as a nursing home administrator.

Prerequisites: None.


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Kari Everson

BS and MS, nursing; MS, health care administration, University of Phoenix

Kari Everson has 25 years of experience in health care, with expertise particularly related to assessment, care delivery, compliance, leadership, education, and quality. She is the director of clinical care and clinical consultant for LeadingAge Minnesota and the president of Euvoia Senior Care Consulting. Kari has experience leading clinical and operations teams in nursing homes, senior housing, and home care and has served as a clinical educator in post-secondary nursing programs. She has also assisted with systemic conversions and strategic planning in senior housing and skilled nursing communities.

  • HSM 4572 – Gerontology and Geriatrics for Health Service Executives
  • HSM 4584/6584 – Long Term Care Health and Medical Needs
  • HSM 4587/6587 – Long Term Care Regulatory Management
  • HSM 4592/6592 – Long Term Care Health Care Law

Information Subject to Change

Course details, syllabus, and instructor are subject to change. Current course details can be found by clicking on the Term link(s) above.