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Past Webinars

These webinars have already been presented live but recorded versions are available for purchase. The fee for each webinar is $115.

Please note that recorded versions of webinars are only available for purchase and review for one year after the original recording date. 

Informed consent: Are you doing it right?

Presented on Wednesday, November 2, 2016
Presented by David Shapiro, MD
Fee: $115

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Informed consent: two simple words, but a complex concept with implications ranging from medical to legal, from risk management to patient advocacy. Because the informed consent process is often misunderstood or misinterpreted, this webinar will address key questions including when informed consent is necessary, what information should be included, who should obtain the consent, and who may provide it. View this webinar to ensure that your organization's informed consent process is serving both you and your patients well.

Accreditation documentation requirements

Presented on Wednesday, October 19, 2016
Presented by Michael Peabody, MBA
Fee: $115

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This webinar covers mandatory documentation for accreditation, including required policies, programs, plans, and processes. By purchasing you will receive a PDF-version summary listing of the required documents by chapter and Standard, as well as a copy of the webinar slides.

Creating an 'Aha' moment in quality improvement

Presented on Wednesday, September 21, 2016
Presented by Kris Kilgore, RN, BSN
Fee: $115

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This webinar will help develop a clear understanding of the intent of the AAAHC Standards designed to guide an organization in improving its QI process and, subsequently, the quality of its services. While most accredited organizations collect data for a variety of reasons (e.g. existing quality metrics and state reporting requirements), many do not analyze the data and often fail to understand that the data they collect can serve as the driving force behind meaningful quality improvement studies. Many organizations struggle with QI until someone has an "Aha!" moment. Once the light bulb is turned on, QI is more likely to become an essential part of organizational culture.