Online or distance learning training opportunities include live or recorded webinars, telehealth, conference calls, and web-based learning modules that can be accessed from anywhere with a computer, webinar training may require a phone connection. Trainings may require registration. Telehealth trainings require telehealth equipment.
November 21, 2013 11:30am-1:00pm CST
Big Data Lunch & Learn Webinar
Big data is here. And, as the country moves through health care reform, reimbursement designs and public transparency will directly link providers to treatment benchmarks, including patient satisfaction scores. Addressing the issue of moving from a transaction-based system to performance-based delivery at a time when providers face barrage of changing health care policy, this session offers just-in-time analysis of critical quality interventions at play in various federal programs. Adele Allison will outline how measures are derived and draw a connection to future reimbursement models. Join Adele as she discusses the use of health IT to equip your clinic to measure quality outcomes, apply performance-based learning and produce tactical decision-making
Transgender Medical Care: Advanced Case Discussion Webinar
Dr. Tim Cavanaugh, Medical Director of Fenway Health's Transgender Health Program, will be leading a case-based discussion on several of the medical risks, benefits, and complications encountered when providing hormones and/or surgical interventions to transgender patients. This advanced webinar is geared towards providers of transgender medical care and therefore assumes that participants will have, at minimum, a baseline understanding of transgender medical terms and care guidelines.
More than 5,800 NCQA-Recognized Patient-Centered Medical Homes practices and over 28,000 recognized clinicians have proved the strong relevance of the 2011 PCMH Standards. The 2011 standards are more patient-centered with a significant emphasis on the planning, managing and coordinating care for patients. They have a greater emphasis on continuous quality improvement in primary care practices, and align with Federal initiatives of Meaningful Use. Join us for a thorough review of the PCMH standards. We'll practice scoring elements and examining documentation that supports an application towards becoming a recognized patient centered medical home with NCQA.
43rd Annual Presentation of the Dr. Robert D. Conn Heart Conference
This conference will focus on improving the quality of care for patients with Cardiovascular Disease using evidence-based medicine and a multidisciplinary approach to patient care. It is intended for General Practitioners; Internal/Family Physicians; Cardiologists; Nurses; Physician Assistants; and other Healthcare Professionals.
Georgia Association for Primary Health Care (GAPHC) will host CY 2013 Uniform Data System (UDS) Training on January 23, 2014 at the Courtyard Atlanta Decatur Downtown in Decatur, Georgia.
The UDS in-person training is a full day program covering the preparation of the 2013 UDS Report. The training addresses each of the tables, including a discussion of the changes that have been made and the definitions necessary to complete the reports. The UDS training is aimed at those who are responsible for gathering and reporting the data elements included in the UDS report, as well as management and clinical staff who need to understand the definitions and concepts used.
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