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					Renaissance Tulsa Hotel
 & Convention Center
                                             Table of Contents
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Renaissance Meeting Room Floor Plan .                                              .     .       .       .       .       .       .               .        4

Welcome/OAHCP Board of Directors & Staff                                                 .       .       .       .       .       .               .        5

Continuing Education Information & Schedule At-A-Glance                                                                  .       .               .        7

Keynote Speakers   .     .           .       .           .        .        .       .     .       .       .       .       .       .           .            8

CARE Corporate Sponsors and CarePac Donors                                                       .       .       .       .       .           .            9

Topic Descriptions .     .           .       .           .        .        .       .     .       .       .       .       .       .           .           10

Program Agenda      .    .           .       .           .         .       .       .     .       .       .       .       .       .           .           14

Award Nominee’s     .        .       .       .               .     .       .       . .           .       .       .       .       .           .           21

Business/Corporate Sponsors                                  .        .        .       . .           .       .   .       .       .           .           22

Business/Corporate Members                                   .         .       .       . .           .       .       .       .       .           .       25

Trade Show Floor Plan            .       .           .           . .           . .       .           .       .       .       .       .           .       26

Alpha Exhibitor Booths           . .             .               . .           . .           .       .       .       .       .       .           .       27

Exhibitor Information            . .             .           . .               . .       .           .       .       .       .           .           .   28
         Tulsa Renaissance Hotel and Convention Center
                   Meeting Room Floor Plan




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         Welcome from OAHCP President, David Rising


   The Oklahoma Association of Health Care Providers would like to take this op-
portunity to welcome you to our 10th Annual Fall Fair & Tabletop Trade Show. We
hope you enjoy the two-day education program which has been planned.

   OAHCP will recognize all nominees and award the 2009 Outstanding Regional
“Activity Director”, “Dietary Supervisor“, “Dietary Manager”, “Social Services Director”,
and “QMRP” on Wednesday, September 23rd during the awards luncheon. We hope
everyone will attend this ceremony and show your support for these outstanding indi-
viduals.



                             OAHCP Board of Directors


      David Rising, President                    Gary Porter, Vice-President
             Chandler                                    Ardmore
      Jeff Gregston, Secretary                   Scott Pilgrim, Treasurer
             Marlow                                      Bixby
                        Bart Reed, Immediate Past President


  Larry Cain, Tulsa              Phyllis Carson, Beggs      Howard Childers, Inola
  Brett Coble, Ardmore           Tom Coble, Ardmore         Bobbi Donaldson, Enid
  Teresa Dunbar, OKC             Don Dunkle, Ardmore        Philip Green, Sallisaw
  Don Greiner, OKC               Herman Hackett, Enid       Lloyd Haskins, Sallisaw
  Chris Hensley, Pocola          Sandra Kay, Norman         Brett Lessley, Claremore
  Greg Machtolff, Guthrie        Scott Proctor, Ryan        LaDonna Ross, Broken Arrow
  Sam Scott, Muskogee            David Svedman, Vinita      Jerry Unruh, Okla. City
  Russ Wilsie, Edmond



                                      OAHCP Staff
  Rebecca Moore, Executive Dir.       Angela Krysler, Bookkeeper
  Pamela Cary, Adm. Asst.             Marietta Lynch, Dir. of QA & Regulatory Serv.
  Connie Guinn, Education Dir.        Crystal Mappes, Dir. of Member Srvs & Events


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                                     GENERAL INFORMATION
Registration: Registration for both days will be in the Grand Pre-function Area. Regis-
tration begins at 7:30 a.m. Classes start at 8:30 a.m. and adjourn by 5:00 p.m.
Name Badge Requirements: Badges will be required for identification and admission
to ALL education sessions and Trade Show.
Exhibits: Exhibits will be located in Salon I-IV and will be open from 7:30 a.m. till 2:30
p.m. on Tuesday, September 22nd only.
Messages: If someone needs to reach you during the day, please have them call the
hotel. We have instructed the hotel to leave any messages at the registration desk.
PLEASE TURN OFF ALL PHONES WHILE IN THE MEETING ROOMS.
Monitoring: Even if you don’t need hours, we would appreciate if everyone would fill
out and turn in a certificate of attendance form at the end of the day. This is the only
way we can get an accurate count on attendance. This helps us in planning future pro-
grams for our attendees.
Food & Beverage: Tuesday Continental Breakfast, Lunch and Breaks will be in Trade
Show area, Salon I-IV; Wednesday Continental Breakfast and Breaks will be in the pre-
function area; Awards Luncheon will be in Salon I.
              Special Assistance: We are glad to assist you with any special needs (i.e.,
             physical, dietary) Please identify yourself when registering if you have any
             special needs.


                                                      &              Active Sales
                                                                     Furniture & Equipment

                         We proudly offer a full range of Long Term Care products
    Medical Supplies/Linens             Janitorial/Laundry/Dietary           Furniture & Equipment
•     Incontinent Care
                                        •   Paper Products               •   Lobby & Resident
•     Urological
                                        •   Can Liners                       Furniture
•     Wound Care
                                        •   Cleaning Chemicals           •   Dining Tables & Chairs
•     Nutritional
                                        •   Floor Equipment              •   Patient Lifts
•     Exam Gloves                                                        •   Bathing Systems
                                        •   Mopping Products
•     Respiratory                                                        •   Mattresses
                                        •   Laundry Chemicals
•     Bed Spreads                                                        •   Utility Carts
                                        •   Dietary Chemicals
•     Washcloths & Towels                                                •   Cubicle Curtains
                                        •   Dish Machines
                                                                         •   Window Coverings
    Ron Howe – Owner                  “Oklahoma Owned and Operated
                                              Since 1964”
      Jimmy Mugg                             301 N.W. 13th St
       Brian Howe                       Oklahoma City, OK 73103
      Clay Leonard                      Phone: (405) 232-3131
          Sales                         Toll-Free: (800) 375-2257
     Representatives                    Fax:       (405) 232-3147

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    Continuing Education                            Schedule at-a-Glance
            Information                         Monday, Sept. 21st
                                                10:00 am   OAHCP Board Meeting
      Long Term Care (Nursing Home)             12:00 pm   CARE Golf Classic
               Administrators:                   1 - 4 pm  Vendor Set-up
This educational offering has been reviewed
by the National Continuing Education Review
Service (NCERS) of the National Association of
                                               Tuesday, Sept. 22nd
Boards of Examiners of Long Term Care Ad- 7:00 am          Vendor Set-up
ministrators (NAB) and approved for 30 clock 7:30 am       Trade Show Opens
hours and 12 participant hours. NCERS/NAB 7:30 am          Registration & Cont. Bkft
approval number 2292009-31287-30.               8:30 am    Education Sessions
                                                12:15 pm    Lunch & Trade Show
    Home Health Care Administrators:             2:15 pm    Education Sessions
                                                 5:00 pm    Adjourn
This educational offering has been reviewed
by the Oklahoma State Department of Health,
Home Care Administrator Registry and ap- Wednesday, Sept. 23rd
proved for 12 hours of continuing educa- 7:30 am    Registration & Cont. Bkft
tional credits.                             8:30 am Education Sessions
                                                11:45 am    Awards Luncheon
              Residential Care /                 1:15 pm    Education Sessions
       Assisted Living Administrators:           2:30 pm    Closing General Session
This educational offering has been reviewed                 Kristine Sexter, Keynote
by the Downtown College Consortium and ap-       4:30 pm    Adjourn
proved for up to 12 hours of continuing edu-
cational credits.


                  Dietary:
                                                   June 2-3, 2010
Certifying Board of Dietary Managers
(CBDM), approval number 120875, has ap-
proved 6 general session hours on September
22 and 3 sanitation and 3 general session
                                            The National
hours on September 23, totaling 12 hours of
continuing educational credits.             Association of
                                                Health Care Assistants Conference

Oklahoma Dietetic Association (the Okla-                        Renaissance Hotel OKC
homa credentialing agency representative) for
                                                           Cox Business Services Center
the Commission on Dietetics Registration
(CDR) for Registered Dietitians and Dietetic
Technicians, Registered has approved the pro-
gram for 6 general session hours and 2 ex-
hibit hours on September 22 and 6 general
session hours on September 23, totaling 14
hours of continuing educational credits.




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Welcome & Legislative Review                         Closing Keynote Speaker
                       Senator Brian Crain
                       pledged in his cam-
                       paign to focus on the
                       fundamentals of state
                       government;      educa-
                       tion,    transportation,
                       and small business de-
                       velopment.      Achieve-
                       ment in these areas is
                       essential in making
                       Oklahoma the best
                       state in the nation to
work, to live and to raise a family. Senator
Crain believes that small businesses are the         Kristine A. Sexter is an industrial and or-
economic engine of this state and require         ganizational psychologist who has devoted
good schools and good roads in order to grow      over 19 years to studying success and profes-
and develop.
                                                  sional commitment. With an extensive back-
    Senator Crain became an Assistant District
                                                  ground in recruiting, developing, and retaining
Attorney in 1996. In 1999, he left to pursue a
law practice focusing primarily on title and      top talent, Kristine expertly serves the human
real property law. He now belongs to Boone,       resources, hospitality, manufacturing, and
Smith, Davis, Hurst and Dickman.                  healthcare industries with acclaimed results.
    Senator Crain is a member of the Tulsa        Leaders, managers, educators, and success-
County Bar Association, Tulsa Title and Pro-      oriented people have recognized her measura-
bate Lawyers, and Tulsa Lawyers Helping Chil-     bly effective training and consulting programs.
dren. Outside his practice, Brian is a member     Kristine is renowned for her enthusiastic and
of Leadership Tulsa and the Masonic Lodge.        occasionally “wild” approach to employability
                                                  and professional growth.
                                                     Ms. Sexter is a professional speaker, con-
                                                  sultant, and columnist and is the author of six
 Join AHCA/NCAL for our 60th Annual               books, including Rolling out the Recognition:
         Convention & Expo                        Employee Retention Strategies for Manufactur-
                                                  ers.
       www.AHCAconvention.org                        She has served as a member on more than
                                                  19 professional Advisory Boards. She is often
                                                  found presenting seminars to diverse audi-
                                                  ences including corporate clients, professional
                                                  associations, college and high school students
                                                  and educators and the prison population.
                                                     Kristine is a member of the esteemed Na-
                                                  tional Speakers Association, is the Past Presi-
                                                  dent of the Oklahoma Speakers Association,
                                                  was the 2003 and the 2005 Speaker of the
                                                  Year, and is an Honors Graduate of the Col-
                                                  lege of New Jersey. While born and educated
                                                  on the east coast, Kristine considers Tulsa,
 If at any time you have any questions            Oklahoma her home, having lived there since
   or need any assistance, please feel            1986 (but she really misses the pizza and the
   free to ask any of the OAHCP staff.            ocean).
                                                                        www.Kristine Sexter.com


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CARE CORPORATE SPONSORS   & CAREPAC DONORS




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                                            TOPIC DESCRIPTIONS
September 22, 2009
Welcome & Legislative Review - Senator Crain will be addressing critical health care issues facing the state of
Oklahoma, particular those affecting long-term care. Because of the high concern in Washington, D.C. regarding
healthcare, Senator Crain will be educating participants on what this means for Oklahomans in 2010.
 Presented by: Senator Brian Crain, District 39.

The Nuts and Bolts of the Comprehensive Lawsuit Reform Act - This presentation will discuss the new Com-
prehensive Lawsuit Reform Act and what the implications of this act are for administrators and owners of the long-
term care industry. Sponsored & Presented by: Margaret M. Clarke, Shareholder - Hall Estill Law Firm.

Best Medical Practices - Carrot OR Stick - Meadowlake Estates developed an internal program for QA to improve
their facility. Hear from a panel of staff on "best practices" that work for them. Moderator: Dr. Qaisar J. Qayyum,
Medical Director and Meadowlake Estates panel.

Creating Online Communities -What benefits has the emergence of social media had on the communication and
communities associated with nursing homes and assisted living? Learn how you can help engage, moderate and
listen to the conversations happening online and affecting your business. Presented by: Mike Koehler, Director
of New Media - Schnake Turnbo Frank PR.

Red Flag Compliance for Healthcare Providers - This presentation will provide creditors with information regard-
ing the requirements set by the “Red Flag Rules” (that require creditors to adopt a written Identity Theft Prevention
Program) and how to properly implement and administrate a compliant Identity Theft Prevention Program.
Sponsored & Presented by James Bullard, Associate - Doerner, Saunders, Daniel & Anderson, L.L.P.

Photodocumentation and the Art of Wound Photography - This presentation will assist in understanding the regulations regard-
ing wound photography, use of the photographs, as a visual confirmation to a wound state, a cost-effective adjunct to comprehen-
sive documentation, enhancing interventions/outcomes and improving policies and procedures related to wound management.
Sponsored & Presented by: Dr. Chuck Gokoo, Chief Medical Officer - American Medical Technologies.

Pain: Meeting the Challenge in Your Facility - The information presented will assist clinicians in understanding
the current regulations regarding resident pain and enhanced interventions and outcomes. Sponsored & Pre-
sented by: Dr. Chuck Gokoo, Chief Medical Officer - American Medical Technologies.

Hospice Myth Busters - This presentation will discuss misconceptions regarding hospice and clears up a lot of
questions for the hospice patient and the nursing staff. Sponsored & Presented by: Shelley Stutchman, Profes-
sional Services Coordinator - Carter Healthcare & Hospice, Enid, OK.

Diets and Dysphagia: A Comprehensive Course - This full-day course is devoted to teaching everything your Dietary
Staff needs to know about the diagnosis of dysphagia, how it is diagnosed and WHY those texture and consistency changes are
implemented. Understand the diagnosis, treatment and how to work with your dietary team, nursing and speech pathologist to en-
sure safety, consistency of care, quality food and quality of life for your residents. Presented by: Kimberly Green, Vice President
of Post Acute Operations - Kissito Post Acute - Roanoke, VA.

Top Ten Citations and Regulation Review - The Oklahoma State Department of Health will review the Top Ten Deficiencies be-
ing written during survey, review changes to Nursing and Specialized Facilities rules regarding licensure, Nurse Aide emergency
waiver fees, and Nurse Aide training and Certification rules for the Nurse Aide Registry fees. Representing the Oklahoma State
Department of Health, Protective Health Services will be Hank Hartsell, Deputy Commissioner; Jim Buck, Assistant Chief;
James Joslin, Chief of Health Resources Development Services and Mary Fleming, Director of Long Term Care.

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                                            TOPIC DESCRIPTIONS
September 23, 2009
Litigation Trends and Implications for Long-Term Care - During this presentation, litigation trends will be reviewed using a "top
10 jury verdicts" approach and verdicts rendered against long-term care organizations will be highlighted. In addition, documenta-
tion principles and future projections taken from these jury verdicts will be shared. Presented by: Kammie Monarch, Chief Nurs-
ing Officer - Oklahoma Health Care Workforce Center.

Advancing Excellence - A National Quality Improvement Effort that Works - Launched in 2006, the Advancing Excellence in
America's Nursing Homes Campaign is a national effort to help nursing homes improve the quality of care and life for our nation's
nursing home residents. This presentation describes the success of the Campaign after two years, explains resources that are
available to all nursing homes and shows how to use them in nursing home quality improvement programs. Presented by: Carol
Benner, Advancing Excellence Campaign - Washington, DC.

Collaborative to Improve Performance Reporting (CIPR) Project - An overview of the "Advancing Excellence
Collaborative Project to Improve Performance Reporting" completed in six states, including Oklahoma.
Presented by: Marietta Lynch, Director of Quality Assurance & Regulatory Services, OAHCP

Norovirus, it's not just on cruise ships anymore - Preventing an Outbreak at Your Facility - Presentation will
take a closer look at Norovirus which is the #1 foodborne illness in nursing homes nationally. We will review how
these outbreaks can occur and how we can prevent them. Presented by: Pam Brummit, President/Owner -
Brummit & Associates, Inc. - Enid, OK.

Focus on Dietary Compliance - This presentation will focus on informing participants of regulatory updates related
to dietary services, culture change and commonly cited dietary deficiencies. Presented by: Karen Gray, Training
Coordinator, Protective Health Services, Oklahoma State Department of Health.

Culture Change: More Choices, More Value - This presentation will look at some menu design techniques for
facilities changing the way that they offer meals, look at the new expectations of residents in the future and how to
properly train to help facilitate a new culture in the dining room. Sponsored & Presented by: George Hoch,
Value Added Services Manager and Bill Tackett, Center of the Plate Specialist — U.S. Foodservice.

Quality of Life - New Aspects in the Survey Process - Participants will learn about recent changes in the LTC survey
process and interpretive guidelines to enhance the quality of life of residents. Presented by: Karen Gray, OSDH.

End of Life Issues and the Oklahoma Advance Directive - This presentation will discuss end-of-life decisions regarding do-not-
resuscitate orders, Physician Orders for Life Sustaining Treatment (POLST), tube feeding, and palliative care. Also, reviewing
changes to Oklahoma’s advance directive laws, completing forms and using advance directives in LTC facilities.     Presented
by: Linda Edmondson, LCSW, Co-Chair of the Attorney General's Task Force to Improve End of Life Care in Oklahoma.

Developing a Team Approach to Treating Residents with Mental Illness and Dementia - This presentation will discuss treat-
ment options including an overview of the common medications prescribed, counseling options, available psychotherapy and the
role of the interdisciplinary team. Presented by: Phyllis Carson, Administrator, QMRP, - Country Lane, Beggs.

Characteristics of "Wildly" Successful Healthcare Professionals - Accompany the speaker on a "wild" journey in search of the
secrets of becoming a successful leader, business professional and employee.
Presented by: Kristine Sexter, Senior Consultant & Speaker - WorkWise Productions.

OAHCP Review - The OAHCP will update attendees with current issues regarding the long-term care industry.
Presented by OAHCP President, David Rising and Executive Director, Rebecca Moore.
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                           September 22, 2009
                                AGENDA
                         Administration - Salon V

Registration:
         7:30 - 8:30   Registration Check-in
Salon I-IV:
         7:30 - 8:30   Continental Breakfast and Exhibits
Salon V:
         8:30 - 9:00   Welcome & Legislative Review
                       Senator Brian Crain - Attorney - District 39
                       Oklahoma State Senate

        9:00 -10:00    Nuts & Bolts of the Comprehensive Lawsuit Reform Act
                       Margaret Clarke - Shareholder
                       Hall Estill Law Firm
                       Sponsored by: Hall Estill Law Firm

        10:00-10:15    B R E A K — Salon I-IV

        10:15-11:30    Best Medical Practices - Carrot or Stick
                       Dr. Qaisar Qayyum - Medical Director
                       Guyna Parola - Administrator
                       Tanya Luqman - RN, DON
                       Vickie Earls - LPN, ADON
                       Teresa Dunbar - Assistant Director of Operations
                       Tamara Meadows - RN, Corporate Nursing Supervisor
                       Dawn Watson - RN, Corporate Nurse
                       Meadowlake Estates - Oklahoma City

        11:30-12:15    Creating Online Communities
                       Mike Koehler - BA - Director of New Media
                       Schnake Turnbo Frank PR

        12:15 - 2:15   L U N C H & E X H I B I T S — Salon I-IV


        2:15 - 3:15    Red Flag Compliance for Healthcare Providers
                       James Bullard - Associate
                       Doerner, Saunders, Daniel & Anderson LLP
                       Sponsored by: Doerner, Saunders, Daniel & Anderson LLP

        3:15 - 3:30    BREAK

        3:30 - 5:00    Top Ten Citations and Regulation Review
                       Hank Hartsell - Deputy Commissioner
                       Jim Buck - Assistant Chief
                       James Joslin, Chief of HRDS
                       Mary Fleming, RN, BSN, MHR, Director of Survey
                       Protective Health Services Division - OSDH

        5:00           ADJOURN




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                           September 22, 2009
                                AGENDA
                           Nursing - Salon VII

Registration:
      7:30 - 8:30     Registration Check-in

Salon I-IV:
       7:30 - 8:30    Continental Breakfast and Exhibits

Salon VII:
      8:30 -10:00     Photo Documentation & The Art of Wound Photography
                      Dr. Chuck Gokoo - Chief Medical Officer
                      American Medical Technologies
                      Sponsored by: American Medical Technologies

      10:00-10:15     B R E A K — Salon I-IV

      10:15-12:15     Pain: Meeting the Challenge in Your Facility
                      Dr. Chuck Gokoo - Chief Medical Officer
                      American Medical Technologies
                      Sponsored by: American Medical Technologies

      12:15- 2:15     L U N C H AND E X H I B I T S — Salon I-IV


        2:15 - 3:15   Hospice Myth Busters
                      Shelley Stutchman - Professional Services Coordinator
                      Carter Healthcare and Hospice
                      Sponsored by: Carter Healthcare and Hospice

        3:15 - 3:30   BREAK

Salon V:
        3:30 - 5:00   Top Ten Citations and Regulation Review
                      Hank Hartsell - Deputy Commissioner
                      Jim Buck - Assistant Chief
                      James Joslin, Chief, HRDS
                      Mary Fleming, RN, BSN, MHR, Director of Survey
                      Protective Health Services Division - OSDH

        5:00          ADJOURN




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                          September 22, 2009
                                AGENDA
                           Dietary - Salon VI
                         (ALL-DAY PROGRAM)

Registration:
      7:30 - 8:30    Registration Check-in

Salon I-IV:
       7:30 - 8:30   Continental Breakfast and Exhibits

Salon VI:
      8:30 -10:00    Introduction to Dysphagia
                     Kimberly Green, M. Ed., CCC-SLP,
                     VP of Post Acute Operations
                     Kissito Post Acute, Roanoke, VA

      10:00-10:15    B R E A K — Salon I-IV


      10:15-12:15    Evaluation Process And How/Why Recommendations are made
                     Kimberly Green, M. Ed., CCC-SLP, VP of Post Acute Operations
                     Kissito Post Acute, Roanoke, VA

      12:15- 2:15    L U N C H AND E X H I B I T S — Salon I-IV


      2:15 - 3:15    Creative Nutrition/Hydration/Preparation
                     Kimberly Green, M. Ed., CCC-SLP, VP of Post Acute Operations
                     Kissito Post Acute, Roanoke, VA

      3:15 - 3:30    BREAK

      3:30 - 5:00    Survey Process, Waivers and Wrap Up
                     Kimberly Green, M. Ed., CCC-SLP, VP of Post Acute Operations
                     Kissito Post Acute, Roanoke, VA

      5:00           ADJOURN




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                            September 23, 2009
                                  AGENDA
                    Administration and Nursing - Salon V

Registration:
      7:30 - 8:30       Registration Check-in and Continental Breakfast

Salon V:
      8:30 -10:00       Litigation Trends and Implications for Long-Term Care
                        Kammie Monarch, RN, MSN, JD - Chief Nursing Officer
                        Oklahoma Health Care Workforce Center

      10:00-10:15       BREAK

      10:15-11:45       Advancing Excellence - National Quality Improvement Effort
                        Carol Benner - Sc. M., Field Director
                        Advancing Excellence Campaign

      11:45- 1:15       A W A R D S L U N C H E O N — Salon I

      1:15 - 2:15       Collaborative to Improve Performance Reporting (CIPR) Project
                        Marietta Lynch - RN, BSN,
                        Director of Quality Assurance & Regulatory Issues
                        Oklahoma Assn. of Health Care Providers

      2:15 - 2:30       BREAK

      2:30 - 4:00       Characteristics of “Wildly” Successful Healthcare Professionals
                        Kristine Sexter - Senior Consultant and Speaker
                        WorkWise Productions

      4:00 - 4:30       OAHCP Review
                        David Rising, President
                        Rebecca Moore, Executive Director
                        Oklahoma Association of Health Care Providers

      4:30              ADJOURN




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                            September 23, 2009
                                  AGENDA
                    Activity/Social Services - SEVILLE III

Registration:
      7:30 - 8:30      Registration Check-in and Continental Breakfast

Seville III:
       8:30 -9:30      Quality of Life - New Aspects in the Survey Process
                       Karen Gray - RD/LD, Training Programs Manager
                       Oklahoma State Department of Health

      9:30 - 9:45      BREAK

      9:45 -11:45      End of Life Issues and the Oklahoma Advance Directive
                       Linda Edmondson, LCSW
                       Co-Chair of Attorney General's Task Force
                              to Improve End of Life Care

      11:45- 1:15      A W A R D S L U N C H E O N - SALON I


      1:15 - 2:15      Team Approach to Treating Residents with
                         Mental Illness & Dementia
                       Phyllis Carson - Administrator, QMRP
                       Geriatric Social Worker
                       Country Lane - Beggs

      2:15 - 2:30      BREAK

Salon V:
      2:30 - 4:00      Characteristics of “Wildly” Successful Healthcare Professionals
                       Kristine Sexter - Senior Consultant and Speaker
                       WorkWise Productions

      4:00 - 4:30      OAHCP Review
                       David Rising, President
                       Rebecca Moore, Executive Director
                       Oklahoma Association of Health Care Providers

      4:30             ADJOURN




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                          September 23, 2009
                               AGENDA
                           Dietary - Salon VI

Registration:
      7:30 - 8:30   Registration Check-in and Continental Breakfast

Salon VI:
      8:30 -9:30    Norovirus - Preventing an Outbreak at Your Facility
                    Pam Brummit - MA, RD/LD, President/Owner
                    Brummit & Associates, Inc.

      9:30 - 9:45   BREAK

      9:45 -11:45   Focus on Dietary Compliance
                    Karen Gray -RD/LD, Training Programs Manager
                    Oklahoma State Department of Health

      11:45- 1:15   A W A R D S L U N C H E O N — Salon I

      1:15 - 2:15   Culture Change: More Choices, More Value
                    George Hoch - Value Added Services Manager
                    Bill Tackett - Center of the Plate Specialist
                    U.S. Foodservice
                    Sponsored by: U.S. Foodservice

      2:15 - 2:30   BREAK

Salon V:
      2:30 - 4:00   Characteristics of “Wildly” Successful Healthcare Professionals
                    Kristine Sexter - Senior Consultant and Speaker
                    WorkWise Productions

      4:00 - 4:30   OAHCP Review
                    David Rising, President
                    Rebecca Moore, Executive Director
                    Oklahoma Association of Health Care Providers

      4:30          ADJOURN




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                 Outstanding Employee Nominees


Activity Director:           Marva Fallis, Cherokee Manor


Dietary Supervisory/Manager: Juanita Clay, McMahon Tomlinson Nursing Center
                             June Jackson, South Park Care & Rehabilitation Center
                             Napoleon Jackson, Buena Vista Care & Rehab Center
                             Margaret Wright, Grace Living Center Northeast
                             Shannon Yates, Grace Living Center Northwest


Social Services Director:    Linda Williams, Grace Living Center Northeast


QMRP:                        Cheri Baker, Home of Hope, Vinita




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                       Thanks to our Sponsors


Awards:     McKesson
            Pharmacy Solution


Continental Breakfast: U.S. Foodservice




Lanyards: PharmCare OK




Lunch: Edgewood Consulting Group




Speakers: American Medical Technologies




Carter Healthcare and Hospice




Doerner, Saunders, Daniel & Anderson, L.L.P.




Hall, Estill Attorney At Law


U.S. Foodservice


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             2009 OAHCP Business Corporate Members
In recognition to our Business/Corporate Membership, please say thank
you as you visit their booth for their support and sponsorship throughout
the year.


   Aadvantage Laundry Systems; Able Sales & Rents/Active Sales, Inc.; Accu-Med Ser-

vices; Aegis Therapies; American Medical Technology; Americana Corporation; AmSan

Oklahoma; APN Healthcare, Inc.; Arrow Machinery Company; Auto Chlor Service; Bank

of Oklahoma; Ben E. Keith Co.; BKD, LLP; Boyce & Bynum Pathology Laboratories; BRB

Roofing & Mfg.; CARE; Ciara Medical Equipment; Clock Medical Supply; DermaRite In-

dustries; Doerner, Saunders, Daniel & Anderson, L.L.P; Elevating Systems & Services; EZ

Way; Financial Design Group; First Call Medical; Good Shepherd Hospice; Grace Living

Centers; Green Country Healthcare Association; Group & Pension Planners; Hall Estill;

HealthBack Home Health/Faith Hospice; Health Care Education Solutions; Healthcare

Services Group, Inc.; Hill-Rom; Hometown Hospice; Hormel Health Labs/Diamond Crys-

tal Brands; HPSI; Image Healthcare; Kindred Hospitals of OKC; Long Term Care Proper-

ties; McKesson; Medline Industries, Inc.; Mobilex USA; My InnerView; National Mobile

Health Care; Oak View Health Services; Oklahoma Business Insurors; Oklahoma Foun-

dation for Medical Quality; ONR, Inc.; Ortho Biotech; Patient Support Services, Inc.; Phar-

macy Solutions; PharmCare OK; RehabSource; Resi-Dent (Mobile Care 2-U); Rich & Cart-

mill; Rivercross Hospice; SCA Personal Care; SelectCare of Oklahoma; SelectForce,

Inc.; Senior Care Pharmacy; Sequoia Health Services; Shannon Sales, Inc.; SolAmor Hos-

pice; Southern Financial Group; Southwestern Payroll Service; Stein Ancillary Services;

Sterling Health Services, LLC; SunDance Rehabilitation; SYSCO Food Services of Okla-

homa; Tankersley Foodservice; Tidewater Group Purchasing; U.S. Foodservice®; Valir

Health™; VHA; Watson Pharma, Inc.; and Wound Management of Oklahoma.




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          Renaissance Hotel & Convention Center
                 Trade Show Floor Plan
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                                   Exhibitors
                 Vendor            Booth               Vendor               Booth
AAdvantage Laundry Systems           8     LTC Properties                       16
Able Rents/Active Sales              2-3   McKesson Medical-Surgical            30

Accu-Med Services                   40     OFMQ                                 36

American Medical Technologies       27     OHCA                                 54

APN Healthcare, Inc.                28     OHCA - OK Living                     53

ARKRAY USA, Inc.                    63     OSDH                                 67

Arrow Machinery Company             44     PeopleFirst Rehabilitation           50

Auto Chlor Service                  33     Pharmacy Solutions                   59
                                           PharmCare OK                        23-24
Ben E. Keith Company                22
                                           ProLab                               58
BKD, LLP                            21
                                           RehabSource                          25
Bristol Myers Squibb                10
                                           Resi-Dent                            45
Centocor Ortho Biotech              12
                                           Rich & Cartmill, Inc.                20
Ciara Medical Equipment             17
                                           SelectForce, Inc.                    69
Clock Medical Supply                37
                                           Senior Care Pharmacy                 35
Commercial Sales & Service          57
                                           SeniorTV                             18
Dysphagia Services, Inc.            56
                                           Sequoia Health Services             41-42
First Call Medical                  60
                                           Social Security Administration       49
First Choice Medical Supply         68
                                           Southwestern Payroll Service         14
Good Shepherd Hospice               26
                                           Stein Ancillary Services             5
Graves Menu Maker Foods             11
                                           Stephanie’s Selections                   9
Gulf South Medical Supply           61
                                           Sterling Health Services, LLC        38
Health Back HH/Faith Hospice        52
                                           Strativa Pharmaceuticals             47
Healthcare Services Group           13
                                           Sunbridge Healthcare                 62
Hometown Hospice                     6
                                           SYSCO Oklahoma                       51
Hormel Health Labs                  31
                                           The Edgewood Consulting Group        29
HPSI                                32
                                           Tidewater Group Purchasing           39
Image Healthcare                    64
                                           US Foodservice                           1
Integrated Business Technologies    55
                                           Valir Health                         15
Joerns Healthcare                   46     VHA                                  34
Kindred Hospitals of OKC            19     Vintage Funding Group, Inc.          65
Kwalu, Inc.                          4     Watson Pharma                            7
LegendCare Pharmacy                 66     Wound Mgmt. of Oklahoma              43

Life Systems, Inc.                  48                                          Page 27
                                           Exhibitors
AAdvantage Laundry Systems
Daniel Kramer
7626 East 46th Pl.
Tulsa, OK 74145
Telephone: 918. 627.2138 or 800.880.2138
Fax: 918.663.3359
E-mail: dkramer@aadvantagelaundry.com
    AAdvantage Laundry Systems is a full service laundry equipment distributor
proudly servicing Oklahoma through our offices in Oklahoma City, Tulsa, and Dallas. With this cover-
age, we can provide equipment parts, sales, leasing, service, and installation on the most reliable Uni-
Mac institutional washers and dryers. Through our ‘CleanCare’ leasing program, we are able to offer
new equipment with complete service coverage for less than most repair costs.

Able Rents/Active Sales
Ron Howe
301 NW 13th St.
Oklahoma City, OK 73103
Telephone: 405.232.3131
Fax: 405.232.3147
E-Mail: ronhowe@activesales.us
Website: www.activesales.us
     Able Rents and Active Sales, supply a full range of products
to nursing home facilities in Oklahoma. Nursing products that
include adult incontinence, diabetes, wound care and urologi-
cal supplies; Janitorial/Housekeeping equipment and supplies including paper products, trash can lin-
ers, various chemical cleaners and deodorizers, as well as Laundry and Dishware products. We offer a
full line of Dining Room, Lobby, and Patient Room furniture by Basic American, Arwood and Kwalu. We
are also the Oklahoma Distributor for VanCare Patient Lifts and Penner Bathing Systems.
Telephone:.800.375.2257.

Accu-Med Services, Inc.
Michael Hengenold/Mike Burke
300 Techne Center Drive, Suite A
Milford, OH 45150
Telephone: 800.777.9141
Fax: 513.831.1370
E-mail: mhengehold@accu-med.com or mburke@accu-med.com
     Med Services is the leading provider of clinical, bedside MDS, financial, medication inventory man-
agement, quality/outcomes and therapy management software designed for the long-term care indus-
try. Call 1-800-777-9141 or visit www.accu-med.com.

American Medical Technologies
Leslie Lawrence
8601 S. Pittsburg
Tulsa, OK 74137
Telephone: 918.519.9595 Fax: 918.346.6900
E-mail: leslie.lawrence@amtwoundcare.com
    American Medical Technologies’ Comprehensive Wound Management Program is designed to in-
crease the quality of patient care and provide clinical education to facility staff. AMT’s program can
be instrumental in reducing risk associated with Pressure Ulcers and other wounds. As an Approved
Medicare Part B Participating Provider we supply advanced wound care products, on-site wound care
specialists, and staff education. American Medical Technologies is a proud Champion of Advancing
Excellence in America's Homes.

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APN Healthcare, Inc.
Andy Noon
308 Centennial Blvd.
Edmond, OK 73013
Telephone: 405.341.6945 or 800.366.1276
Fax: 405.341.4685
E-Mail: andynoon@apnhealthcare.com
Website: www.apnhealthcare.com
    APN Healthcare is a Wholesale Distributor of Textiles such as: Scrub Apparel, Bed Linens, Cubi-
cle Curtains, Reusable and Disposable Incontinence Products. We are also a Wholesale Distributor
of Medical Products including: Wound Care, Enterals, Diabetics, Urological and much more…...

   We provide our customers with that personal touch of “Hands on Management” resulting in APN
Healthcare being the Nation’s Wholesale Distributor of Choice.           Visit us 24/7 at
www.apnhealthcare.com.


ARKRAY USA, Inc.
Stacie Suedkamp/Suzanne Saraniti
5198 W. 76th Street
Minneapolis, MN 55439
Telephone: 800,818,8877
Telephone: 952.646.3227
Fax: 952.646.3230
E-mail: suedkamps@arkrayusa.com
  ARKRAY USA, formerly Hypoguard, manufactures and distributes high-quality, cost-effective products
that are simple, convenient, and easy-to-use, including blood glucose meters, safety lancets, urine
chemistry analyzer and test strips.



Arrow Machinery Company
Deborah Clark/Monte Potts
1121 N. Martin Luther King Blvd.
Okla. City, OK 73117
Telephone: 405.424.4318
Fax: 405.424.2789
E-mail: ken@arrowmachinery.org
    Arrow Machinery Co., has been proudly serving the laundry needs of Oklahomans since 1957. We
have factory trained service technicians and a complete parts inventory of all major brands to insure
your laundry facilities are operational at all times.



Auto-Chlor Services
Tim Bunyard
14422 East Marshall
Tulsa, OK 74116
Telephone: 918.271.2102
Fax: 918.437.1785
E-mail: tim.b@acs-llc.net
    Full service and manufacturer of commercial ware washing and laundry systems.




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Ben E. Keith Foods - Oklahoma Division
Karlyn Hake/Frank Schulz
POB 8170
Edmond, OK 73013
Telephone: 800.445.3484 Fax: 405.753.7673
Karlyn’s Cell: 405.821.2024 Frank’s Telephone: 918.698.2191
E-mail: kahake@benekeith.com Website: www.benekeith.com
    Is your meal service OLD and COLD? If so, turn to Ben E. Keith Foods, Oklahoma for the
HOT, FRESH and TASTY difference. Ben E. Keith Foods, Oklahoma offers the “true” Culture
Change program. We are there each step of the way from kitchen lay out and design to em-
ployee training, including the implementation of the Keith Web Menu Program that allows new
recipe ideas and menu changing capabilities while putting you back in control of the menu.
Make the difference for your elders by doing fresh cooked to order meal service. Saving time
and money! Call our Culture Change Specialist’s for a demo: Karlyn Hake, MS, RD/LD at 405-
821-2024 or Frank Schulz at 918-698-2191.


BKD, LLP
Lori Brunholtz
6120 South Yale, Ste 1400
Tulsa, OK 74136
Telephone: 918.584.2900 Fax: 918.584.2931
E-mail: lbrunholtz@bkd.com
    BKD Health Care Group serves approximately 3,300 health care providers throughout the nation, of
which 1,200 are nursing facilities. The Health Care Group includes nearly 200 dedicated professionals
including nursing home administrators, nurses, former intermediary profession als, strategic planners,
Medicare Part A and B billing and coding specialists, accountants, auditors, tax professionals, reim-
bursement specialists and computer systems consultants.
    Services provided by BKD Health Care Group to the long term care industry include Medicare and Medi-
caid consulting to enhance reimbursement and improve operating efficiencies and profitability, preparation
of cost reports, negotiations with intermediaries, accounting issues, Medicare certification and start-up
assistance, clinical reviews and training, Medicare billing reviews and outsourcing services, accounting and
auditing, and tax consulting services. For more information, call (918) 584-2900, or visit www.bkd.com.

Bristol-Myers Squibb
Colleen Peacos
POB 4500
Princeton, NJ 08543
Telephone: 609.897.2000        FAX: 609.897.6722
Website: www.bms.com
    Bristol-Myers Squibb welcomes you to Tulsa. We invite you to visit our exhibit and learn of the prod-
ucts and services Bristol-Myers Squibb has to offer to your specialty.

CARE
Kassie McCoy
Telephone: 405.524.8338 Fax: 405.524.8354
E-mail: Kassie@careoklahoma.com



Centocor Ortho Biotech
Melanie Eads
Telephone: 405.313.3700
E-mail: meads1@its.jnj.com




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Ciara Medical Equipment Co.
Paul Evans                                                    CIARA MEDICAL
6307 Waterford Blvd., Ste 210                                       Durable Medical Equipment
Oklahoma City, OK 73118
Telephone: 405.919.7177
Fax: 405.608.0349
E-mail: pevans@procarehc.com
   Ciara provides DME and respiratory services to nursing facilities throughout Oklahoma.


Clock Medical Supply
Dan Holcomb/Dennis Clock
POB 620
Winfield, KS 67156
Telephone: 620.221.0550
Fax: 620.221.7460
Email: dan@clockmedical.com or dennis@clockmedical.com
    Clock Medical Supply specializes in serving the long-term care
market. We are a family owned, Kansas-based distributor of medical
products including over 6,000 in-stock products, Visual.net barcode
scanning system, Medicare Part B and Kansas Medicaid billing services. Service, next-day, and excellent
contracted pricing are our hallmarks. Visit our website at www.clockmedical.com or call 1-800-362-
1314 for details and an appointment.

Commercial Sales & Services, Inc.
Mike Skaggs
4387 Westgrove Dr.
Addison, TX 75001
Telephone: 800.525.1001 ext. 311
Fax: 972.793.8852
E-mail: mike.skaggs@csstv.com
    Commercial Sales & Service, Inc. (CSS) is a vendor for distributing, servicing and installing audio.
visual equipment and television systems to healthcare facilities across the nation. Additionally, we now
proudly add our newest division for the LTC Market. These LTC products provide innovative solutions
for nursing homes, skilled nursing and assisted living facilities.
    When choosing CSS as your preferred vendor, an amazing line of products and services are avail-
able including commercial and healthgrade television systems from 10” to 60” featuring all the new LG
HealthView LTC televisions. We also offer equipment installations on DirecTV satellite head-end sys-
tems, cable distribution upgrades, messaging channels, digital signage, television mounting and re-
mote speaker solutions for your residents. CSS also offers several other products such as PTACs, re-
frigerators, microwaves, and ice machines.

Dysphagia Services, Inc.
Nopi McKenzie
5216 Sapulpa Ave.
Okla. City, OK 73112
Telephone: 405.808.3907
Fax: 405.949.0032
E-mail: tommyandnopkimckenzie@yahoo.com
     Dysphagia Services Inc. is a company providing a licensed, state certified team of Radiologist or
Radiology Physician Assistant and Speech Language Pathologist performing Mobile videofluoroscopy
swallowing evaluations (also known as dysphagiagram or modified barium swallow study) to assist you
in meeting state and federal regulations for keeping residents diets in line with their swallowing abili-
ties to maintain their nutrition and hydration needs. Our medical team on the van comes to your door-
step to complete the evaluation and provide you with not only recommendations but family and staff
education as well. We save you time and money as Well!
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First Call Medical Staffing
Joe Wolfe
4125 S. Sheridan Road
Tulsa, OK 74145
Telephone: 918.665.1011
Fax: 918.665.3538
E-mail: Joe@my-firstcall.com
Website: www.My-FirstCall.com
     Since First Call opened in 1997, their commitment to high clinical standards has earned them rec-
ognition for supplying quality licensed and non-licensed staff in hospitals, nursing homes, and residen-
tial care facilities for temporary staffing needs. Additionally, First Call provides sitters to assist with
personal care needs in facilities. First Call’s knowledge and expertise will insure that you or your loved
ones will receive services specifically designed to meet these needs.



First Choice Medical Supply
John Schwartz
127 Interstate Dr.
Richland, MS 39218
Telephone: 181.685.5487
E-mail: john.schwartz@fcms.com

Good Shepherd Hospice
Debbie Holmes
6218 S. Lewis
Tulsa, OK 74136
Telephone: 918.743.5067
Fax: 918.743.9376
E-mail: Debbie.Holmes@goodshepherdhospice.com
Website: www.goodshepherdhospices.com
    Bringing comfort to terminally ill patients and their
families is not just our job... it’s our mission. We believe that care during a terminal illness is more
than just a diagnosis and treatment. It’s a daily exercise in making this moment, this day...the very
best it can be.
    Good Shepherd Hospice can help by providing support to patients and loved ones, keeping the
patient comfortable and providing emotional and/or spiritual support.
    Contact Good Shepherd Hospice today to learn about end of life issues and helpful options for
your family’s needs.
                                    Serving Oklahoma since 1995
    Oklahoma City - 800.687.9808            Tulsa - 800.687.6269   Norman - 405.928.2777

                 Muskogee - 918.682.3800          Northeast Oklahoma - 800.787.2226


Graves Menu Maker Foods
Tucker Graves
100 Eagles Nest Road
Vinita, OK 74301
Telephone: 918.256.3355
Fax: 918.323.0818
E-mail: t.graves@menumakerfoods.com
    We are your new Oklahoma choice for broadline foodservice
and cost management services.




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Gulf South Medical Supply
Eric Eastman
508 N. Vine Ct.
Jenks, OK 74037
Telephone: 918.671.0855
E-mail: eeastman@gsms.com
     Gulf South Medical Supply is a full line distributor of medical supplies, housekeeping supplies, du-
rable medial equipment and related products to the Eldercare Market.


HealthBack Home Health and Faith Hospice
Tom Williams
7504 N. Broadway Ext.
Okla. City, OK 73116
Telephone: 405.842.1700
Fax: 405.767.1695
E-mail: tom@healthback.com
Website: www.healthback.com
    HealthBack Home Health and Faith Hospice have been in business since 1996 and are an Oklahoma
family owned and operated agency with 27 home health and seven hospice locations making us one of
the largest agencies in Oklahoma We provide full service adult home and hospice care. One thing that
makes us different from other home care agencies is our wound care management team; we have one
of the highest ratings on home health compare of getting the patients wounds healed in the home. For
more information on HealthBack please visit us on the web at www.healthback.com or
www.faithhospices.com or call 1-800-HOMECARE.


Healthcare Services Group
Chad Miller
15 Spinning Wheel Dr., Suite 436
Hinsdale, IL 60521
Telephone: 800.421.4478 ext. 29
Telephone: 405.651.4800
Fax: 918.371.4619
E-Mail: mills231@netzero.net
    Healthcare Services Group provides housekeeping, laundry and dietary management services for
over 2,000 healthcare facilities nation wide.



Hometown Hospice
Robin Boatman                     Marlene Odom
804 S. Main                       2307 S. York
Broken Arrow, OK 74012            Muskogee, OK 74403
Telephone: 918.251.6441           1.866.681.4440
Fax: 918.681.4428
E-Mail: rboatman@hometownhospice.com or modom@hometownhospice.com
Website: www.hometownhospice.com
     Hometown Hospice has proudly served Northeastern Oklahoma since 1996. Muskogee area resi-
dents recently voted Hometown Hospice as “The Best Hospice”. One hundred percent of patients and
families surveyed said they would recommend us to others. At Hometown Hospice, we provide compas-
sionate, medical, emotional and spiritual care to patients and families at a time when it is needed the
most. Hospice is about maintaining quality of life and receiving comfort and care up to the last moment
of life. We are Medicare certified, State approved and a member of both the National and State Hospice
and Palliative Care Organizations.



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Hormel Healthlabs
Tona Jewell
5404 N. Hudson
Oklahoma City, OK 73118
Telephone: 405.607.0439
Fax: 405.607.0414
E-Mail: tljewell@dcbrands.com
Website: www.hormelhealthlabs.com
    Hormel HealthLabs/Diamond Crystal Brands is proud to offer a full line of specialized food prod-
ucts for the healthcare industry. We are committed to providing great tasting, cost effective, innovative
foods to meet the needs of individuals with special dietary needs. We offer a complete line-up of prod-
ucts to treat Malnutrition, Dysphagia, Diabetes, Critical Care, Bowel Management and Healthful items.

HPSI
Rebecca Majors
4801 Corbett Drive
Norman, OK 73072
Telephone: 405.292.9181 Cell: 405.740.6703
Fax: 405.366.7846
E-mail: r.majors@cox.net
    HPSI is a group purchasing organization that provides substantial volume discounts and low prices
on a wide range of products, services and equipment to its members.
    HPSI’s experienced Purchasing Consultants will provide you with a cost analysis, identifying key
areas HPSI will save you money. Call: 1.800.223.4774 or Visit:www.HPSIonline.com.



Image Healthcare
J.R. Hurt
6116 S. Memorial
Tulsa, OK 74133
Telephone: 918.622.4799
Fax: 918.622.4798
E-mail: jrhurt@imagehcs.com
     Home health company offering nursing, PT, OT, ST, SW and dietarian services for patients within 80
mile radius of Tulsa. Hospice Company provides hospice services within a 50-mile radius of Blackwell,
Ponca City, & Stillwater. “It’s about Living”.



Integrated Business Technology
Darrell Newcomb
840 S. Aspen
Broken Arrow, OK 74012
Telephone: 918.770.8738 Fax: 918.872.9210
E-mail: Darrell@integratedbt.com
    As a full service technology provider, Integrated Business Technolo-
gies (IBT) offers experience and knowledge to guide businesses through
the process of strategic planning, design and implementations of technol-
ogy. Our certified professionals offer customized solutions to enhance your organization’s business
productivity and efficiency. IBT service offerings include: technology continuity planning, design, hard-
ware/software procurement, installation, monitoring, maintenance, security, mobility, email/web filter-
ing, data backups and recovery. IBT is your one stop for all your IT needs.




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Joerns Healthcare
Clair Goetsch/Mark Kuban
5001 Joerns Drive
Stevens Point, WI 54481
Telephone: 800.826.0270
Fax: 715.342.7330
E-mail: info@joerns.com
Website: www.joerns.com
        Joerns Healthcare, is an industry-leading manufacturer, providing Joerns healthcare beds and
furnishings, Hoyer patient handling equipment, TriLine and BioClinic support surfaces.




Kindred Hospitals of Oklahoma City
Sara Forrest
1407 N. Robinson Ave.
Okla. City, OK 73103
Telephone: 405.232-8000 ext 4092
Fax: 866.736.5081
E-mail: Sara.Forrest@Kindredhealthcare.com
    Kindred Hospital’s of Oklahoma City are Long Term Acute Care Hospitals that provide an acute
level of care and services to patients requiring a long hospitalization. We offer services for many differ-
ent medical complexities from Complex wound care to vent dependency. For further information,
please call 405-232-8000 ext. 4092. We have 2 locations in the metro area to better serve your needs.
        1407 N. Robinson Ave                              2129 S.W. 59th Street, 2nd Floor
        OKC, OK 73103                                     OKC, OK 73119
        405.232.8000                                      405-713-5955
        7 ICU beds, 52 Med-surg                           10 ICU beds, 24 Med-surg




Kwalu
Kathy Scoggins/David Aspinal
1835 Savoy Dr., Ste 200
Atlanta, GA 30341
Telephone: 678.690.5623
Fax: 678.690.5572
E-mail: kscoggins@kwalu.com
Website: www.kwalu.com
    Kwalu Casegoods, Kwalu Seating and Kwalu Tables have pioneered the use of high-impact resistant
polymers to produce wood-grained furniture that is as stylish as it is durable. The innovative, modular
construction of all Kwalu furniture, and the wide array of components, styles, and finishes available, has
brought the creativity back into contract interior design. Designers and facilities can now satisfy all of
their furniture needs from one source, providing a level of design flexibility and durability unmatched in
the furniture industry. All this combined with a heretofore unheard of 10-year warranty on finish and con-
struction
    Kwalu further responded to rising market demand in 2004 with the proud introduction of a new line
of Wall Protection products. Leveraging the company’s proprietary high-impact resistant polymers with
integral wood grain, a central element in the success of Kwalu furniture, Kwalu Wall Protection is a com-
pletely fresh and innovative alternative to traditional means of protecting facilities from everyday abuse.
With this major advance, Kwalu is now the only manufacturer of furniture or wall protection that extends
the ability to fully coordinate all interior finishes throughout any facility. Match the classic styling of
Kwalu Wainscot, Wall Covering, Handrails, Corner Guards, Door and Door Frame Protection, and Wall
Guards with all of your seating, tables, and case good requirements.

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LegendCare Pharmacy
Angela Berrios
2330 McKown Dr. Ste: B
Norman, OK 73072
Telephone: 888-932-3784 or 405.321.5300
Fax: 405.321.5352
Website: www.legendcarepharmacy.com
    LegendCare Pharmacy is a closed-door pharmacy; this allows us to pass the savings onto our cus-
tomers. We do not require long-term contracts and we have no surprises or hidden costs. Our services
cater specifically to the niche populations of Group Homes, Institutions, and Agencies. Some of our ser-
vices include: Compounding, Bubble Packing with special labeling, E-Prescibing, Medication Administra-
tion Records Maintenance, Color Coding, and a Cycle Fill just to name a few. With our cycle fill, we will
eliminate unnecessary trips to the pharmacy and ensure that your clients never run out of medica-
tions. Our goal is to reduce medication errors by providing consistency within your institution. We are
very easy to work with and we take pride in our profession.


Life Systems
Bryce Lindgren
7320 Central Avenue
Savannah, GA 31406
Telephone: 800.841.1109 ext. 101
E-mail: brycel@lifesystemsonline.com
     Life Systems is the provider of the Rosie Vital Signs Monitoring System, the in-
dustry’s leading vital signs capture and data transfer solution. The Rosie system ensures patient infor-
mation accuracy, seamless data transfer to clinical software, increased nursing efficiency and reduced
liability due to documentation errors. More than 1300 facilities nationwide use the Rosie Vital Signs
Monitoring System to manage their patient vital signs information.




LTC Properties
Andy Stokes
31365 Oak Crest #200
Westlake Village, CA 91361
Telephone: 805.981.8655
Fax: 805.981.8663
E-mail: andy.stokes@ltcproperties.com
Website: www.ltcproperties.com
    LTC Properties, Inc. provides financing for health facilities. We have extensive experience
in assisted and independent living, skilled nursing facilities and hospitals. LTC offers creative
financing structures to meet your real estate financing needs. We can respond rapidly to needs
of any deal size in any property location.



McKesson Medical Surgical
Sarah Perry
8121 10th Ave. North
Golden Valley, MN 55427
Telephone: 800.328.8111 ext. 831
Fax: 405.216.5125
E-mail: sarah.perry@mckesson.com
    The distributor of choice, meeting all of long-term care’s medical supply and equipment needs. We
offer extensive operational expertise, using advanced logistics and technology. As a result we not only
deliver products; we help our customers improve their quality of care, reduce cost and streamline in-
ventory.

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Oklahoma Association of Health Care Providers
200 NE 28th Street
Oklahoma City, OK 73105
Telephone: 405.524.8338       Fax: 405.524.8354
Website: www.oahcp.org
    The Oklahoma Association of Health Care Providers (OAHCP), Okla-
homa’s long-term care trade association, promotes improving the quality of life for Oklahoma’s long-
term care residents, as well as improving the satisfaction of its many constituencies — families of resi-
dents, staff, vendors, providers, taxpayers and other payers, regulators, advocates and other with an
interest in promoting the highest quality of life for Oklahoma’s long-term care population.




Oklahoma Foundation for Medical Quality
Pam Ilari/Pam Woods
14000 Quail Springs Parkway, Ste 400
Okla. City, OK 73134
Telephone: 405.302.3277
Fax: 405.840.1343
E-mail: pwoods@ofmq.com
Website: www.ofmq.com
     OFMQ partners with nursing homes, hospitals, physicians and affiliated organizations to improve
patient safety and care delivery across the continuum. Working with hundreds of Oklahoma nursing
homes and health care providers, through Medicare’s Quality Improvement Organization (QIO) pro-
gram, we are committed to improving the prevention and treatment of pressure ulcers and reducing the
use of physical restraints.


Oklahoma Health Care Authority
Jennifer Wynn/Dena Marchbanks
4545 N. Lincoln Blvd., Ste 124
Okla. City, OK 73105
Telephone: 405.522.7506
Fax: 405.530.7273
E-mail: Jennifer.wynn@okhca.org
Website: www.okhca.org
     The Oklahoma Health Care Authority provides Medicaid services to recipients
in the state of Oklahoma. OHCA presents opportunities for living life “Focus on
Excellence Program”. Our goal is to allow nursing facilities that are established and servicing Sooner-
Care members the opportunity to make quality improvements above and beyond the standard level of
care already being provided.

Oklahoma Health Care Authority - Living Choice
Lathonya Shivers
4545 N. Lincoln Blvd., Ste 124
Okla. City, OK 73105
Telephone: 405.522.7507
Fax: 405.530.7238
E-mail: Lathonya.shivers@okhca.org
Website: www.okliving.org
     The Oklahoma Living Choice Project promotes community living for people of all ages who
have disabilities or long-term illnesses. The project gives Oklahomans more options for man-
aging their health care needs and adding more balance to the state’s long-term care system.
With grant funding from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) under the Money
Follows the Person Rebalancing Demonstration, the Oklahoma Health Care Authority (OHCA)
will help 2,007 individuals transition into their own homes in the community.

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Oklahoma State Department of Health
1000 NE 10th Street
Okla. City, OK 73105
Leeta Harris — Consumer Protection
E-mail: leetaH@health.ok.gov
Leslie Elliott — Health Resource Development Services
E-mail: leslieE@health.ok.gov
Jim Buck — Long Term Care
E-mail: jimob@health.ok.gov
Mikeal Murray — Vital Records
E-mail: mikealm@health.ok.gov

       Mission Statement:
  To Protect And Promote Health Of The Citizens of Oklahoma, To Prevent Disease And Injury,
  And To Assure The Conditions By Which Our Citizens Can Be Healthy.

    The Oklahoma State Department of Health, through its system of local health services delivery, is
ultimately responsible for protecting and improving the public's health status through strategies that
focus on preventing disease. Four major service branches, Community Health Services, Family Health Ser-
vices, Disease & Prevention Services and Protective Health Services, provide technical support and guid-
ance to 68 county health departments as well as guidance and consultation to the two independent city-
county health departments in Oklahoma City and Tulsa.




Peoplefirst Rehabilitation
Jeff Mager
680 S. 4th St.
Louisville, KY 40202
Telephone: 850.549.5789
Fax: 502.596.4710
E-mail: jeff.mager@peoplefirstreb.com
     Peoplefirst Rehabilitation provides contract rehab services in over 650 long-term care fa-
cilities, hospitals, school systems and outpatient centers across the country, employing over
8,000 therapists. Peoplefirst Rehabilitation is a quality partner offering clinical expertise, out-
standing customer service and the ability to recruit and retain qualified staff.




Pharmacy Solutions
Judy Todd
4350 Will Rogers Pkwy., Ste. 200
Oklahoma City, OK 73108
Telephone: 405.640.0275
Fax: 405.917.1096
    Pharmacy Solutions is a locally owned and operated company combining over 50 years of experi-
ence in long-term care facilities. Our consulting pharmacists provide the highest standard of pharmacy
services. We dispense and deliver medications, provide IV services and training, generate medical re-
cords and provide MDS/care plan software. Our services are designed to support our customers in pro-
viding each resident with expert individual pharmacy care.


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PharmCare OK
Tammy Kirkpatrick
5304 N. Rockwell
Bethany, OK 73008
Telephone: 405.590.9078
Fax: 405.722.0880
E-mail: tlkirkpatrick@msn.com
Website: www.pharmcareok.com
    PHARMCARE OF OKLAHOMA is a locally owned corporation that was established in 1999 in re-
sponse to the overwhelming demand for a strong independent to emerge in the marketplace.
    PHARMCARE believes in providing a quality service, at an affordable price, in a timely fashion, to
meet and exceed the individual needs of each resident in your facility. As a full-service pharmacy our
specialty is to provide customized services to Long Term Care Facilities.
    Durant      800.290.6709             Enid     877.233.5260            Hydro      877.505.4111
                  OKC     888.508.3939                  Tulsa     888.212.0404




ProLab
Brian Bradshaw
7801 N. Robinson, Ste J11
Okla. City, OK 73116
Telephone: 405.840.2361
Fax: 405.879.1739
E-mail: bbradshaw@prolabinc.org
    ProLab is an independent, reference laboratory delivering a full-range of
premium quality services to our clients. Our service model has been built
based upon the needs and requirements of skilled nursing facilities. Matching the needs of
these facilities for round-the-clock service, ProLab is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, en-
suring that results are delivered in the same day.
   Key elements of our service model are our experienced team of phlebotomists, and our
dedicated customer service and sales team. Our phlebotomists are long-term employees that
provide consistent service to the patients within our clients' facilities.


RehabSource
Sherrie Rose
4350 Will Rogers Parkway, Ste 600
Okla. City, OK 73108
Telephone: 405.948.2813
Fax: 405.948.2807
E-mail: sherrie.rose@rehabsource.com
     RehabSource provides comprehensive programs in a variety of settings including long-term care
facilities, outpatient clinics and in our public school system. Our areas of excellence include: Rehab-
Source’s individualized therapy programs are designed to benefit elderly people who are experiencing
physical, cognitive and social conditions that interfere with their independence and quality of life by
improving personal functioning to the highest possible level.
     RehabSource - Therapy at Work’s onsite programs enable businesses to decrease employee travel
costs, eliminate costly replacement fees and manage their worker’s compensation claims more effec-
tively.
     RehabSource for Kids offers an approach for delivering quality care, providing clear documentation
and timely Medicaid billing for public schools across our state.


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Resi-Dent
Patti Ranney/Virgil Villarreal
8500 W. 110 St., Ste 450
Overland Park, KS 66210
Telephone: 918.637,6017
Fax: 913.647.7954
E-mail: patti.ranney@mc2u.com
Website: www.resi-dent.com
    MobileCare 2U provides on-site dental care to long term care facilities through a program
called Resi-Dent. Treatment is provided to residents in the comfort of their own surroundings.
The Resi-Dent program is available to all residents, with no additional cost for those eligible
under Medicaid.



Rich & Cartmill
Russ Keller/Mark Long
2738 E. 51st Street, Ste. 400
Tulsa, OK 74105
Telephone: 918.743.8811
Fax: 918.744.8429
E-Mail: rkeller@rcins.com or mlong@rcins.com
Website: www.rcins.com
    Rich & Cartmill is a full service insurance agency. Over the years, Rich & Cartmill has developed
some insurance programs for the long term care industry in Oklahoma. Today, those exclusive pro-
grams include Beazley/Sapphire Blue Liability Insurance, Fireman's Fund Property and Auto and now the
New Assisted Living Program, Diamond Workers’ Compensation Program and a new Lloyds Program,
Highland Risk Services, Inc.



SelectForce, Inc.
Tammi Didlot
200 NW 66th #972
Okla. City, OK 73116
Telephone: 405.842.2088
Fax: 405.842.8070
E-mail: tdidlot@selectforce.com
    A full service background screening & drug testing company. We are li-
censed by the state and we offer a web based reliable, secure system for or-
dering and receiving results.



Senior Care Pharmacy
Lee Larimore
3220 S. Wisconsin, Ste A.
Joplin, MO 64804
Telephone: 417.626.8180
Fax: 417.626.8176
E-mail: lee.larimore@seniorcarepharmacy.net
    Senior Care Pharmacy provides pharmacy services to long term care facilities. Our expertise is
helping seniors manage their drug therapies.




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SeniorTV
Ryan Kane/Ed Luepker
815 E. Tallmadge Ave
Akron, OH 44310
Telephone: 1.800.890.7770
Fax: 330.633.0006
E-mail: rkane@seniortv.org or eluepker@seniortv.org
Website: www.seniortv.org
    Senior TV is America’s largest provider of satellite delivered cable TV for retirement communities
and long term care facilities. The company provides a low cost alternative to cable TV with typical fees
of $2.70 -8.00 per resident. High speed Internet access and resident email is offered at 5.95 per resi-
dent using the same TV wiring. The facility may choose the channel line-up with favorites such as
American Movie Classics, Discovery, CNN, Family, etc. Multi-purpose in-house channel communicates
with residents by showing messages and activity schedules, broadcasts live events and plays DVD/VCR
recordings. Systems are installed using existing wiring and with new construction.
.

Sequoia Health Services
Gara Wilsie
4141 Highline, Ste 100
Okla. City, OK 73108
Telephone: 405.524.5511
Cell: 405.850.8097
Fax: 405.948.7421
E-mail: Gara.wilsie@omnicare.com
    Look to Sequoia Health Services for your Pharmacy Consultation, medication, IV’s oxygen and medi-
cal record needs. Sequoia provides user friendly care plan software and hardware. Our skilled nurses
offer IV training and wound care consultation. Sequoia’s pharmacy consultants are experts in geriatric
wellness programs and survey compliance for both nursing facilities and assisted living facilities.

Social Security Administration
Vicky Watkins
4750 S. Garnett Road
Tulsa, OK 74146
Telephone: 866.931.7110 ext 27811
Fax: 918.687.2445
E-mail: vicky.watkins@ssa.gov
     We provide general information of types of benefits available through Social Security. This includes
retirement benefits, disability and survivor benefits. We provide many online services on the website
along with a valuable Frequently Asked Question section. Our website is www.Social.Security.gov.


Southwestern Payroll Services, Inc.
Steve Hobbs
11008 E. 51st Street
Tulsa, OK 74146
Telephone: 918.388.3325
Cell: 918.630.2966
Fax: 918.587.0001
E-mail: steve@swpay.com
Website: www.swpay.com
     Southwestern Payroll Service, Inc. is a provider of outsourced payroll and pay-
roll tax compliance. The payroll system can be installed on your PC or you can access it from our web
site www.swpay.com. Your time clock system can be interfaced, eliminating double entry of payroll
hours and salaried employees can be paid automatically. Before Payroll is processed, you can produce
a pre-process register giving you gross to net detail, for review. After your payroll processes, you have
complete access to employee history and all payroll reports.

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Stein Ancillary Services
Andy Rye
521 Main Street
Van Buren, AR 72956
Telephone: 479.410.1740
Fax: 479.410.1596
E-mail: andy@steinltc.com
     Stein Ancillary Services is a rehabilitation company providing Physical, Occupational, and Speech
therapy services to skilled nursing facilities. Stein is owned and operated by a nursing home administra-
tor, which keeps us focused on the needs of our nursing home partners. We will ensure that your facil-
ity appropriately maximizes its Medicare reimbursement while providing excellent clinical care.


Stephanie’s Selections
Stephanie Nievar
8200 S. Anderson Road
Okla. City, OK 73150
Telephone: 405.361.2200
E-mail: steffemissoklahoma@gmail.com          Website: www.stephaniesselections.blogspot.com

Sterling Health Services, LLC
Cheryl Smothers
POB 891330
Okla. City, OK 73189
Telephone: 405.728.1278
Fax: 866.346.6851
E-mail: csmothers@sterlinghs.com
     Sterling Health Services features quality health care services brought di-
rectly to long-term care facilities. Convenient, highly trained and caring practitioners will come to your
facility to deliver dental and vision services. Our professionals are equipped with state-of-the-art equip-
ment that ensures residents will receive the best treatment available. Contact a Sterling Health Services
representative for additional service details. Toll-free number 1-866-632-8882.

Strativa Pharmaceuticals
Steve Howard
2112 Fair Meadow Dr.
Edmond, OK 73003
Telephone: 405.496.5533 Fax: 405.285.4990
E-mail: Stephen.howard@strativapharma.com



SunBridge Healthcare
Julie Dillman
6191 N. State Hwy, Ste 650
Irving, TX 75030
Telephone: 505.553.3963
Fax: 505.468.9290
E-mail: Julie.dillman@sunh.com
At SunBridge Healthcare Corporation and its affiliated companies, we strongly believe that employees
are the company. That's why we practice a culture of caring in which providing quality services to our
patients and residents is our bottom line - and why we operate together as a team to promote a positive
work environment for all of our staff on a daily basis. SolAmor Hospice is an affiliated company special-
izing in providing hospice services to families and residents in need.




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SYSCO OKLAHOMA
Bill Burks
1350 W. Tecumseh
Norman, OK 73069
Telephone: 405.717.2407
Fax: 405.717.2388
E-mail: burks.william@ok.sysco.com
     Welcome to Sysco. Sysco is the global leader in selling, marketing and distributing food products
to restaurants, healthcare and educational facilities, lodging establishments and other customers who
prepare meals away from home. Its family of products also includes equipment and supplies for the
foodservice and hospitality industries.


THE EDGEWOOD CONSULTING GROUP
Rod Panyik
1807 E. Edgewood, Suite B
Springfield, MO 65804
Telephone: 417-882-6220, Ext. 302
Fax: 417-882-7855
E-mail: rod@mrspringfield.com        Website: www.mrspringfield.com
    The Edgewood Consulting Group was founded in 1981 to provide a full range of human resources
management consulting services to companies, both public and private. Ranked among the top 100
single location search firms in the nation within our own 1,000 office network. Growing at an annual
20% rate for the past 4 years.
    Our recruiters with industry background in Long Term Care and Senior Housing have over 30 years’
experience in Vice President of Operations, Regional Director of Operations, Human Resources Director,
Human Resources Generalists, Human Resources Vice President, Chief Financial Officer, Administrators,
Director of Nursing, MDS Coordinator, and Therapists.
Tidewater Purchasing Group
Annette Kidwell
300 Techne Center Dr.
Milford, OH 45150
Telephone: 800.638.9008
Fax: 513.831.1370
E-mail: Annette.kidwell@tidewatergpo.com or mhengehold@accu-med.com
Website: www.tidewaterGPO.com
    Serving 7,600 facility members, Tidewater Group Purchasing negotiates discounted prices for a
wide range of supplies. Membership size/strength gives leverage to negotiate reduced costs, while
maintaining superior service to its members. Membership is free.      Any questions please call
800.638.9008 or visit our website at www.TidewaterGPO.com.


U.S. Foodservice®
Melissa Pierce/Charlotte Anderson
PO Box 14698
Oklahoma City, OK 73131
Telephone: 405.475.4660 x-2158
Cell: 405.475.4655      Fax: 405.475.4770
E.-Mail: Melissa.pierce@usfood.com or Charlotte.anderson@usfood.com
Website: www.usfoodservice.com
     U.S. Foodservice™ is a full-line quality distributor of food service products to the institutional food
service industry. They are committed to the highest level of service commensurate with cost effective-
ness and value to the consumer. U.S. Foodservice™ offers software and menu solutions to the health
care industry, and custom means for assisted living. Long-term care and retirement communities as
well.


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Valir Health™
DeeAnn Upthegrove
825 N. Broadway, Suite 400
Okla. City, OK 73102
Telephone: 405.609.3600        Cell: 405.694.5059
Fax: 405.605.8638
E-Mail: deeann.upthegrove@valir.com Website: www.valir.com
    Valir Health is a regional provider of comprehensive healthcare ser-
vices and considered the leading recovery and rehabilitation network in Oklahoma.

VHA
Paul Burnap
220 E. Las Colinas Blvd.
Irving, TX 75039
Telephone: 982.830-0540       Fax: 469.287.5783
E-mail: pburnap@vha.com
     VHA is the leading Group Purchasing Organization in healthcare,
with over 1,400 hospitals and 24,000 non-acute members. By leveraging the purchasing power of our
national network of members, VHA reduces costs across the entire healthcare supply chain. VHA offers
contract pricing on a portfolio of over eleven hundred agreements, including medical supplies, food
distribution, pharmaceuticals, office supplies, and many more.

Vintage Funding Group, Inc.
Alan Souter                                                E-mail: alan@vintagefundinggroup.com
248 West 16th St.                                          Website: www.vintagefundinggroup.com
Tulsa, OK 74119
Telephone: 918.398.4480          Fax: 918.398.4222
  Vintage Funding Group, LLC assists its clients with commercial mortgage funding, and does so with the
highest standards of integrity, professionalism and service. My responsibility is securing the best financing
for each client's unique situation. I handle all aspects of the loan process for my clients, from application
through post-closing recommendations, which enables each client to concentrate on their own business
instead of the financing process.
Watson Pharma
Mickey Mickenheim
4107 Thornberry Trail
Highland Village, TX 75077
Telephone: 214.394.8494 Fax: 972.317.0913
E-mail: mickey.mickenheim@watson.com
     Watson Pharma, Inc. is a leading specialty pharmaceutical company that develops, manufactures,
markets, sells and distributes brand and generic pharmaceutical products. Watson strives to be a leader
in the area of urological disorders with the promotion of products for BPH, overactive bladder, prostate
cancer and testosterone deficiency.

Wound Management of Oklahoma
Kristen Murdock
6901½ S. Main
Wheatland, OK 73097
Telephone: 405.745.7878        Cell: 405.921.5534
Fax: 405.745.9338
E-mail: Kristen@providermedsupply.com
    Wound Management of Oklahoma is your one stop shop for Medicare Part B supplies. In addition
to wound care, we can also provide your facility with enteral feeding, urologicals, ostomy, and tracheo-
stomy supplies. We will work closely with your staff to achieve excellent patient outcomes and excel-
lent customer service, while reducing expenses to the facility.

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                              Helpful Website & Telephone Numbers

American Health Care Assn.                  OAHCP
ahca.org                                    405.524.8338
                                            oahcp.org

Oklahoma Health Care Authority              LTC Ombudsman
405.522.7300                                405.521.2281
okhca.org                                   okdhs.org/divisionsoffices/visd/asd

Oklahoma State Department of Health         Adult Protective Services
Long Term Care Division                     405.522.2743/405.644.5777
405.271.6868                                okdhs.org/programandservices/docs.adults
ok.gov/health                               Hotline: 800.522.3511

Nurse Aide Registry                         OK State Board of Nursing
405.271.4087/800.695.2157                   405.962.1800
nar.health.ok.gov                           ok.gov/nursing

OK State Board of Long Term                 OK State Dept of Mental Health
Care Administrators                         & Substance Abuse Services
405.522.1616                                405.522.3908
http://osbeltca@osbeltca.ok.gov             odmhsas.org

Nursing Homes in Oklahoma                   Find Your Representative or Senator
medicare.gov/NHCompare                      oklobbyist.com OR
http://www.oknursinghomeratings.com/        oklaosf.state.ok.us


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