This session will discuss recent updates to CMS regulations and interpretative guidelines including the new interpretative guidelines for Quality Assessment and Performance Improvement, evidence-based practices in managing obstetric emergencies, CMS expectations for maternal obstetric emergencies, COVID-19 vaccination changes and implementation of new patient rights in the condition of participation for CAH.
The Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Certificate program is designed to equip leaders, staff, nurses, clinicians, and physicians with knowledge, strategies to interpersonally grow and meet the demands of today’s healthcare environment. Badge earners who participate in this interactive certificate program will develop the ability to be a more inclusive leader.
- Learners participate in a peer development environment with scenario-based learnings and summary evaluations
- Industry perspectives shared from leading healthcare organizations
- Participants complete 6 training hours in a live virtual conference event or self-study virtual recap sessions for a total of 6 training hours.
- Course is Patient Experience Continuing Education Credit Certified (PXE)
- Participants retain access to a customized learning portal to support continued application and sustainability
The Zoom Modules Series will consist of 8-10 modules (depending upon the number and extent of changes effective 1/1/2024) by clinical department (or grouped such as Cardiology, Cardiac Cath and Interventional Radiology, as an example).
Each paid WHA registrant will receive:
- *Memo of the 2024 CDM Updates effective January 1, 2024;
- *Link to download the clinical/department presentations;
- *Zoom Modules to access and download the recordings that sync with the presentations;
- AAPC CEU (2 hours); and,
- *Updated master presentation, if any significant changes or updates
Session 3: Mapping Success – DPI Regional Patient Care Pathways
Join WHA and the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction (DPI) to learn how Career Pathways help guide students to achieve fulfilling employment in high-skill, in-demand career pathway sectors, including health care, and how hospitals and health systems can support and benefit from involvement in Regional Patient Care pathways. Christina Patrin, Education Consultant DPI Career and Technical Education Team and Beth Kaminiski, State Director of Regional Career Pathways will describe Wisconsin requirements for student career plan development, how the Patient Care Pathway was developed, the current status of regional implementation, and the benefits and challenges of rolling out these pathways across the state.
Participants will come away with an understanding of how to partner their local schools to help meet these challenges and best support students’ interest in a health care career pathway.