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FREE to Kentucky Nursing Homes: The Kentucky Wound Care Excellence Program & Grant Opportunity

Posted by Admin Posted on May 31 2022

FREE to Kentucky Nursing Homes: The Kentucky Wound Care Excellence Program

In July 2021, the Kentucky Office of Inspector General announced that Vohra Wound Physicians Management, LLC has been approved by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) to use Civil Money Penalty (CMP) funding to provide 150 scholarships for the Vohra Wound Care Course. The Program is designed specifically for registered nurses (RNs) and licensed practical nurses (LPNs) in certified nursing facilities to improve the care they deliver, raise their level of education, and close the existing knowledge gap in wound care provided across the State of Kentucky.

This opportunity will be offered on a first-come, first-serve basis until all the 150 scholarships are claimed. Nurses completing the course will receive 20 continuing education credits (CEUs). The course includes 11 downloadable learning modules, technical support/customer assistance, and program reporting. The program’s training structure ensures that scholarship recipients will have access to the materials indefinitely as an ever-present guide to sustain lessons learned.

For more information and to register for the program:

•  Click here to learn more from

•  Click here to view the Kentucky Wound Care Excellence Program Information Sheet.


Grant Opportunity for Purchase of Aids to Increase or Improve Air Quality for In-person Visitations

As of February 2, 2022, certified nursing facilities may apply for up to an additional $3,000 of Civil Money Penalty (CMP) Nursing Home Visitation Aid Grant funds for the purchase of indoor portable fans and/or indoor portable air cleaners with high-efficiency particulate air (HEPA, H-13 or -14) filters, to increase or improve air quality to aid in-person visitation for residents. Expenses incurred on or after the release of Memorandum QSO-20-39-NH FAQ Revised, February 2, 2022, are eligible for reimbursement.

CMP Nursing Home Visitation Aid Grant funds are still available for the purchase of tents or other shelter for outdoor visitation and/or clear dividers, installation, installation materials and shipping costs for in-person visitation aids. All eligible expenses incurred on or after September 17, 2020, are eligible for reimbursements, up to a maximum of $3,000.

For more information and to apply for CMP Nursing Home Visitation Aid Grant funds:

•  CMP Application for In-Person Visitation Aid Requests FAQ

•  Application Form for Visitation Aid Project

•  QSO-20-39-NH

Click here to send an email to Lena Mullins-Datko, CMP Grant Administrator:

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