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Are You Prepared? How the CMS Disaster Rule Effects Food and Nutrition Services
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9/11/2019
When: Wednesday, September 11th
Noon Central Time
Where: WEBINAR
Meals for All
Sacramento, California 
United States
Presenter: Presented by Jo Miller, RDN, MPH, Vice President of Nutrition
Contact: Kristine Sanger
402-552-3099


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Disasters can strike anytime. Healthcare communities depend on Food and Nutrition Services for uninterrupted nutritious meals. Is your facility prepared with the quantity and quality of meals needed during a disaster? The community expects healthcare is a beacon of safety during an emergency. Are you ready? Learn the latest requirements for practical disaster preparedness from a public health nutritionist. In this talk we will examine an all hazard approach to disaster planning, review the new CMS Disaster Rule, share resources for disaster meal planning and evaluate disaster meal and water options. Transform your disaster meal plan from costly, labor intensive, and fragmented to a streamlined system that is regulatory friendly, easily managed and cost effective.  

Examine Resources, Dietary Trends & Best Practices for Disaster Meals
Review Regulations & How the CMS Rule Effects Disaster Meal Planning
Review Emergency Meal & Water Options

Jo Miller, RDN, MPH received a B.S. in Nutrition Science and Minor in Food Service Management from UC Davis then went on to complete her dietetic internship at Napa State Hospital. She then completed a Master’s in Public Health from UC Davis with an emphasis on Nutrition, Informatics and Journalism. Jo is currently the Vice President at Meals for All with a focus on volume emergency nutrition preparedness and education. She is an invited speaker on the topic of emergency nutrition preparedness throughout the United States and works closely with healthcare facilities to evaluate current emergency nutrition plans and anticipate future preparedness needs. Jo lives with her family and 2 dogs in Sacramento, CA and can be found climbing a mountain on most weekends.

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