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1095 Learn

Advance your accreditation education

AAAHC learning opportunities reflect 1095 Strong, quality every day, a call-to-action to equip ambulatory leaders with the best of what they need to operationalize quality practices. A driver of this movement is Accelerated Readiness which includes the delivery of interactive, engaging opportunities that are conveniently accessible to clients and which provide an experience that is seamless and enriching.

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Throughout the accreditation process, AAAHC strives to assist organizations in understanding and meeting accreditation standards. These efforts begin with our Achieving Accreditation educational program and 1095 Learn which promote our 1095 Strong philosophy. 1095 Learn provides AAAHC-accredited organizations with the best resources to customize quality practices and ongoing engagement throughout all 1,095 days of the accreditation/certification cycle.

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Kershner QI Award Prep – Complimentary

Select and Submit a Great Kershner Award Entry

This self-paced session will help you identify award-winning QI study opportunities and understand how to formally submit them for consideration. AAAHC faculty will demystify the application process and share proven strategies for developing effective posters. Learn more about the Kershner QI Award here.

Survey Readiness 

AAAHC’s philosophy of 1095 Strong, quality every day engages ambulatory health care organizations throughout the three-year accreditation cycle. A key component of the 1095 Strong journey is survey readiness. Over three recorded webinars, AAAHC faculty and staff present a comprehensive overview of the steps your organization can take to prepare for a successful survey experience. These webinars are valuable resources for organizations seeking first-time accreditation, as well as for organizations looking to refresh knowledge for an upcoming survey. Register for all three!

Part 1: Perform Your Peer Review
Part 2: Complete Your Mock Survey
Part 3: Develop an Effective PoC

These activities have been approved by the Ohio Nurses Association to award contact hours. The Ohio Nurses Association is accredited as an approver of nursing continuing professional development by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation. (OBN-001-91)

Part 1: Perform Your Peer Review

Register for Part 1: Perform Your Peer Review 

  • $145 Registration Fee

The 1095 Strong accreditation journey begins before your survey – preparation is key! Health care organizations first need to conduct a thorough self-assessment that starts with peer review.  This webinar will help you determine how to select criteria for your peer review, analyze your results, and leverage the findings for your QI studies.

Part 2: Complete Your Mock Survey

Mock surveys can help prepare you for a successful survey experience. This webinar will help you design an effective, realistic mock survey with defined outcomes that will challenge your team for the best results.

Register for Part 2: Complete Your Mock Survey

  • $145 Registration Fee

Part 3: Develop an Effective PoC

Did you know? A Plan of Correction (PoC) adds value to all organizations. This session will help you navigate deficiencies and implement a PoC in a timely manner.

Register for Part 3: Develop an Effective PoC

  • $145 Registration Fee

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Achieving Accreditation

Strengthen your accreditation readiness

Achieving Accreditation is an interactive, immersive event designed to help you learn and prepare for your AAAHC survey while developing a deeper understanding of AAAHC Standards. We are facing the future together…1095 Strong!

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Kershner Quality Improvement Award

Check out exemplary studies

Kershner QI Awards recognize excellence in quality improvement methodology and outcomes for AAAHC-accredited organizations in both the surgical/procedural and primary care space.

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