ComPASS-16 (Care Preference Assessment of Satisfaction) is a web-based application that gives providers a simple, efficient system to assess older adults’ preferences, streamline care planning, and improve the quality of person-centered care. The app uses the 16 preferences found in Section F of the Minimum Data Set 3.0 for nursing homes, along with key follow-up questions from the Preferences for Everyday Living Inventory to provide an easy way to:
- ASK nursing home residents about their preferences for everyday living and document the information for easy sharing among care team members
- TRACK resident satisfaction with the way their preferences are met overtime
- IDENTIFY opportunities for providers to improve care delivery
- COMMUNICATE important preferences across care team members and shifts
But, learning how to use a new tool can be challenging! We are here to help you to learn how to use the app for maximum benefit in your community. Each month we offer a demo that walks you through how to get started and another focusing on how to use different features in ComPASS-16. View upcoming dates and register below.
Upcoming live demo dates:
Getting Started with ComPASS-16
- Wednesday, May 19th at 2:30pm EST – Register Here
- Wednesday, June 9th at 2:30pm EST – Register Here
- Wednesday, July 7th at 2:30pm EST – Register Here
Using ComPASS-16 Features
- Wednesday, May 26th at 2:30pm EST – Register Here
- Wednesday, June 23rd at 2:30om EST – Register Here
- Wednesday, July 21st at 2:30pm EST – Register Here
Interested in learning more about ComPASS-16 or have specific questions? Contact us to schedule a private demo or consultation call for your community.
ComPASS-16 was developed by person-centered care experts from Miami University Scripps Gerontology Center and Penn State University College of Nursing, along with partners from Tennessee Tech University and Linked Senior, a resident engagement platform, which hosts the app. The app is available at NO COST, thanks to generous funding from the Ohio Department of Aging and the Tennessee Department of Health.