Topics include design considerations and trends, legalities, tax implications, regulatory requirements and financial questions that different types of care sites can pose....
Innovative, supportive care approaches designed to improve outcomes for families and avoid staff burnout for those caring for this vulnerable population.
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.
This webinar will list and describe implementation strategies for managers and supervisors on how to use relationship building.
View the recording for the final improving mobility in Indiana GET UP webinar.
Learn how to show the relationship between staffing and positive outcomes. This is a valuable webinar for any clinical department.
Contracts have become a recent hot topic with increased scrutiny by both the Joint Commission and CMS.
CAH are expected to have some system of grievance and complaint resolution.
Given additional changes for CPT and HCPCS, the impacts of changes for APCs are revolutional as opposed to evolutional.
MPFS is using the Resource Based Relative Value Scale (RBRVS) as the main vehicle for implementing the fee schedule. Each year, CMS proposes changes to MPFS, and then at ....
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.
CAHs must comply with the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services’ CoP for Critical Access Hospitals.
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....
The CMS regulations and interpretive guidelines serve as the basis for determining compliance. This manual will be discussed in detail, as well as the revised changes.
Learn why understanding employment best practices is an inherent part of financial governance.
Attendees will learn details about the CoPs and what to do when a surveyor arrives at your facility and how to assess survey readiness.
Learn how to prepare meeting agendas in a manner that allows good flow.
This webinar addresses the difficult task of determining how to categorize supply items and devices in the chargemaster.
This webinar will discuss the hospitalist model and how it's used by hospitals.
View the recording of the kick off GET UP webinar.
This webinar will present additional solutions available to assist hospitals as they provide comprehensive care for their pain management patients.
Learn more about Cordant Health Solutions programs to address the opioid epidemic and addiction.
With all of the recent activity in the area of telemedicine, are you sure your hospital is compliant with the regulatory standards?
A collaborative work environment has many positive rewards; increased staff and patient satisfaction and enhanced revenue due to decreased turnover and patient complicati....
The healthcare workplace has more potential for stress than ever before, but the effective manager makes a difference.
This webinar will detail the CMS hospital anesthesia CoPs that all hospitals that accept Medicare patients must follow.
This webinar will cover some of the important CMS memos that discuss medication management, IV, and safe opioid use.
Past and recent negligent credentialing lawsuits and their impact on the credentialing practices of the hospital will be discussed.
Setting charges and the way in which the chargemaster is organized can affect the proper development of the Medicare cost report.
How should ED documentation be developed? What are hospitals really required to do under EMTALA?
This webinar will cover in detail the CMS patient rights requirements and also discuss the crosswalk to The Joint Commission Standards.
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.
Mentoring is a process that establishes opportunities for management leaders to provide guidance and direction to aspiring managers, supervisors, or staff. This webinar w....
This webinar is for all infection control practitioners and any one in clinical care. Preventing Healthcare Associated Infections (HAI) should be a major focus for all c....
This webinar covers the hospital CoPs that affect the outpatient department. We will also cover some proposed changes to the outpatient section that were published in the....
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.
This webinar covers the hospital CoPs that affect the emergency department.
This webinar will explore why various types of conflict occur and describe the strategies for dealing with each type of conflict.
The July 27 webinar will feature speakers from Indiana University Health and Deaconess Health System.
Ever been confused about what standards and guidelines apply to informed consent? This webinar will discuss the current CMS hospital Conditions of Participation (CoPs), t....
Delegation is the transfer of responsibility for the performance of an activity from one person to another while retaining accountability for specific outcomes. Mastering....
View the recording of the July SOAP UP webinar.
This webinar will discuss the CMS hospital conditions of participation requirements for dietary and food and nutrition services. This webinar will also cover the Joint Co....
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