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Recorded Webinars

Recent findings (AAAHC Quality Roadmap 2014—2017) from the AAAHC survey data warehouse indicate that AAAHC Standards on credentialing and privileging have consistently been top deficiencies. In addition to revising and updating the Credential & Privileging toolkit, AAAHC is offering this webinar to all AAAHC-accredited organizations. You will learn about the objectives and phases associated with credentialing and privileging. (AAAHC Standard 2.II), the role of peer review in granting continuation of clinical privileges (2.III.F), the credentials verification and the NPDB (2.II.D), and the role of leadership in these activities. Additionally, this webinar will examine the credentialing/privileging cycle and offer some useful tools. Don’t miss it; register now!

  • Presenter: Scott Trimas, MD, FACS, Medical Director, Atlantic Surgery Center of Jacksonville Beach; Member, AAAHC Institute Advisory Committee; AAAHC Surveyor/AAAHC Faculty
  • Duration: 1 hour
  • Fee: $125

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Recent findings (AAAHC Quality Roadmap 2014—2017) from the AAAHC survey data warehouse indicated that more than 10% of organizations were having difficulty complying (were not substantially compliant) with the AAAHC Standards related to emergency preparedness/emergency drills. In addition to revising its Emergency Drills toolkit, AAAHC is offering this webinar to all AAAHC-accredited organizations. You will learn about AAAHC Standards/CMS Conditions for Coverage (CfCs) related to emergency preparedness and be provided tools to help with compliance. You will also learn the specific steps for developing, implementing, and evaluating emergency drills. Don’t miss it; register now!

  • Presenter: Kris Kilgore, RN, BSN, Administrative Director, Grand Rapids Ophthalmology Surgical Care Center; Member, AAAHC Institute Advisory Committee; AAAHC Surveyor/AAAHC Faculty
  • Duration: 1 hour
  • Fee: $125

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Including: Patient Selection, Emergency Equipment, and Emergency Preparedness

To ensure high quality care and avoid adverse events that can occur in the ambulatory surgery setting,AAAHC is offering this patient safety webinar to all AAAHC-accredited ASCs. The webinar will focus onthree key patient safety issues: patient selection, emergency equipment, and emergency preparedness.Recent findings (AAAHC Quality Roadmap 2014—2017) from the AAAHC survey data warehouseindicated that more than 10% of organizations were having difficulty complying (were not substantiallycompliant) with the AAAHC Standards related to conducting scenario-based emergency drills. You willlearn key elements of history and physical policies, pre-surgical assessment processes, and clinicalrecord documentation requirements. You will also learn about requirements for emergency equipment,intra-operative physiologic monitoring processes and documentation, and elements of an emergencypreparedness program. Don’t miss it; register now!

  • Presenter: David Shapiro, MD, Anesthesiologist, Tallahassee, Florida; Member, AAAHC Board of Directors; Vice Chair, AAAHC Standards and Survey Procedures Committee; AAAHC Surveyor/ AAAHC Faculty
  • Duration: 45 minutes
  • Fee: $75

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Recent findings (AAAHC Quality Roadmap 2014—2017) from the AAAHC survey data warehouse indicated that more than 10% of organizations were having difficulty complying (were not substantially compliant) with the AAAHC Standards related to peer review and internal benchmarking. In addition to developing a Peer Review and Internal Benchmarking toolkit, AAAHC is offering this webinar to all AAAHC-accredited organizations. You will learn the most common AAAHC Standard deficiencies in this area and how to avoid them. You will also learn how to establish criteria for peer review, how to analyze the results using internal benchmarking, and how to develop a QI study based on peer review data

  • Duration: 1 hour
  • Presenter: Scott Trimas, MD, FACS, Medical Director, Atlantic Surgery Center of Jacksonville Beach; Member, AAAHC Institute Advisory Committee; AAAHC Surveyor/AAAHC Faculty
  • Duration: 45 minutes
  • Fee: $125

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Recent findings (AAAHC Quality Roadmap 2014 – 2017) from the AAAHC survey data warehouse indicated that more than 10% of organizations were having difficulty complying (were not substantially compliant) with the AAAHC SIP Standard. In addition to developing a Safe Injection Practices toolkit, AAAHC is offering this webinar for both Medicare Deemed Status and non-Medicare survey organizations. You will learn the most common deficiencies for AAAHC Standards pertaining to Safe Injection Practices and how to avoid them.

  • Presenters: Kris Kilgore, RN, BSN, AAAHC surveyor; and Ernest Clement, MSN,  RN, CIC, Infection Preventionist, NYSDOH Bureau of Healthcare Associated Infections
  • Duration: 1 hour
  • Fee: $125

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In February, the AAAHC Institute presented two new webinars on significant changes to the 2018 Standards for ambulatory health care. Learn about “elements of compliance,” the new compliance ratings, and the move toward greater clarity within the Core and Adjunct Standards (for non-medicare surveys). Whether your organization is coming up for a survey or you just want to keep up with the latest changes, these webinars are ones you won’t want to miss–most importantly, when the changes become effective for your non-medicare survey.

Please note: These webinars are not designed for health plans.

  • Webinar 1
    Title: 2018 Standards and What You Need to Know, Part I of II
    Duration: 1 hour
    Presenter: Frank Chapman, MBA, Chair, Standards & Survey Procedures Committee
  • Webinar 2
    Title: 2018 Standards and What You Need to Know, Part II of II
    Duration: 1 hour
    Presenter: David Shapiro, MD, Vice Chair, Standards & Survey Procedures Committee

Fee: Cost for each webinar is $125

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