Join the OpenBeds and Indiana 2-1-1 teams as they discuss how hospitals can leverage this new service to help patients with substance use disorder find treatment.
Join us for the second WAKE UP webinar in the four part series.
Join us for the kick off webinar in this four part series.
View the recording for the final improving mobility in Indiana GET UP webinar.
View the recording for the third GET UP webinar in the series and learn how you can help improve mobility at your facility.
View the recording for the second webinar in the GET UP improving mobility series.
This webinar will look at staffing from a system perspective; providing a comprehensive session on the variables leading to having staffing holes and concludes with a com....
View the recording of the kick off GET UP webinar.
Learn more about Cordant Health Solutions programs to address the opioid epidemic and addiction.
Past and recent negligent credentialing lawsuits and their impact on the credentialing practices of the hospital will be discussed.
Join us for the third of four SOAP UP webinars focusing on hand hygiene.
The Advisory Board outlined three imperatives to help hospitals coordinate efforts to reduce opioid abuse.
The Advisory Board outlines three imperatives for addressing the opioid crisis.
In this webinar we address the many efforts that the Medicare program is currently undertaking and/or is in the process of developing.
What special coding and billing requirements are required for provider-based clinics? What are the requirements under the provider-based rule (PBR)? What do hospitals hav....
Download the recording of the Aug. 8 webinar in the SOAP UP series.
The July 27 webinar will feature speakers from Indiana University Health and Deaconess Health System.
View the recording of the July SOAP UP webinar.
To help the launch of HIIN in 2016, IHA hosted an informational HIIN webinar.
Review of key concepts from Sepsis Awareness Month 2016.
Learn best practices to survive sepsis.
Learn best practices to treat sepsis.
Learn best practices to identify sepsis.
This webinar and open discussion address common barriers to PFE.
IHA encourages all Indiana hospitals to take the #123 for Equity pledge because everyone deserves to receive the best possible health care.
IHA presents on reducing falls with injury
Financial aspects of readmissions and what worked to reduce readmissions at Parkview Regional Medical Center
Check out this webinar focused on reducing harm associated with opioid use.
Learn how to identify safety risks associated with insulin, implement evidence-based best practices and measure progress of reducing harm associated with insulin.
Karen M. Jones, RN, BSN, SANE-A, discussed the technical and socio-adaptive elements of preventing CAUTIs.
Karen M. Jones, RN, BSN, SANE-A, discussed various perspectives in CAUTI prevention.
Learn about Schneck Medical Center's experience running a patient and family advisory council.
Informatoin on tools to standardize intravenous solution concentrations and the Anticoagulation Toolkit.
View this presentation from December 2013 regarding patient access to physicians' notes.
Carrie Brady led this November 2013 presentation on creating action items out of concepts.
Identify key factors to consider when performing medication reconciliation for a patient on anticoagulation, define health literacy and identify strategies to improve hea....
Learn the benefits of a pharmacist-run anticoagulation program and more.
Elements for success in transition care models were identified and best practices in transitioning care involving anticoagulation explained
Learn how to best use Always Events® to engage patients, families and staff in this presentation from IHA.
View the presentation given during a 2013 IHA webinar focused on organization strategies to implement PFE.
Learn health care team-level strategies to implement patient & family engagement in your organization.
An in-depth examination of patient & family engagement strategies hosted by IHA.
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