Aug. 15 webinar explores 'incontinence revolution'

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Dan Storey, Administrator, Village at Marymount
Dan Storey, Administrator, Village at Marymount

A new treatment approach that improves quality measures, falls risk and skin integrity is the reason for a "urinary incontinence revolution" — and the focus of an Aug. 15 McKnight's webinar. The hourlong event kicks off at 1 p.m. Eastern Time.

Dan Storey, the administrator at Village at Marymount, and Chad Bryan, a physician assistant at Urology Specialists of West Florida, will detail successful interventions with an innovative pilot program that treats urinary incontinence with a safe and effective neuromodulation therapy. With more than 70% of senior care residents not in complete control of their bladder, it's "must-atttend" webinar for providers, presenters said.

Among other things attendees will learn at the Medtronic-sponsored event are:

  • How providers can meet new QAPI measures and address CMS's F-315 regulatory requirements
  • The pervasive nature of urinary incontinence and its major causes

  • Scientific and biological underpinnings for the damage that urinary incontinence can do

  •  How Percutaneous Tibial Neuromodulation (PTNM) delivered by the NUROTM system within the facility can reduce urinary incontinence episodes potentially decreasing skin breakdown and falls.

For more information or to register for the free webinar, click here.