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Managing Stress in a COVID Work World


Zoom fatigue. Work from home fatigue. Parenting fatigue. News fatigue. To sum it all up, 2020 has been the year of fatigue... but also worry, anxiety, and so much stress. As we start to transition into a post-pandemic world, exhausted leaders and managers are asking themselves, “now what?” With the very real threat of mass employee burnout looming large, solving the stress management puzzle has never been more timely. 

Join us as we take a closer look at why we’re all so tired, explore mindset shifts that reframe the way we approach work, and provide actionable strategies to transform a productivity-obsessed, stress-plagued workforce into one that’s sustainable for the long haul and puts humans first.  

 

Billing and Reimbursement for Advanced Practice Professionals—Opportunities and Pitfalls

Understanding and Growing Your APC Workforce: WHA Advanced Practice Clinician Webinar Series: Session 2

WHA is proud to bring together those interested in most effectively utilizing Advanced Practice Clinicians (APCs) in integrated care delivery models with this webinar series. 

Participants will gain a better understanding of the nuances, limitations and opportunities to support and maximize the integration of APCs within their organizations. Understanding the complexities and requirements for billing compliance is essential to help ensure APCs are providing and receiving payment for authorized services and to reduce risk from potential audits and allegations of fraud and abuse. 

  

Recording: This webinar will not be recorded. 

 

Patient Safety Leadership WalkRounds: Links Safety Culture, Burnout and Workforce Well-Being

Year 2

Boost Your Resilience!
Health Care Workforce Resilience, a webinar series developed and led by renowned health care workforce resilience expert J. Bryan Sexton, PhD, offers a dose of resilience in the form of continuing education that is engaging, evidence-based and relevant to all members of the health care team.
 
With each webinar focused on a unique topic, participants will receive one hour of continuing education credit, as well as practical and easy-to-implement tools. This series provides a buffet of bite-sized options for dealing with burnout in health care throughout 2020. When combined with other local activities, these webinars are an ongoing meaningful resource for health care professionals who are tired of only hearing about the burnout problem, or that they need to just “try harder.”

The webinars are scalable, by design, whether you have 4, 40 or 400 people listening, in one room or spread out geographically. And, each webinar will be recorded and available within 48 hours of the live session, for participants to access and share at a staff meeting or other gathering at a later date. The Q&A portion of the webinars is particularly popular and usually consists of two phases, the first being formal Q&A, and the second more informal, where presenters stay on the line for an additional 30-45 minutes, with the option for anyone else who would like to ask questions, make comments, or seek additional information. 

This webinar will be recorded and posted, within 24 hours after its completion, to the WHA On-demand Learning Center. Here is a link to the On-demand Learning Center https://www.wha.org/On-demandLearning.  This webinar will be secure. After clicking on the title, you will be brought to the Member Portal where you will need to enter your Hospital Member login and password.

 

Positive WalkRounds: Leader Rounding to Identify What is Going Well – Links to Quality, Culture and Workforce Resilience

Year 1

Boost Your Resilience!
Health Care Workforce Resilience, a webinar series developed and led by renowned health care workforce resilience expert J. Bryan Sexton, PhD, offers a dose of resilience in the form of continuing education that is engaging, evidence-based and relevant to all members of the health care team.
 
With each webinar focused on a unique topic, participants will receive one hour of continuing education credit, as well as practical and easy-to-implement tools. This series provides a buffet of bite-sized options for dealing with burnout in health care throughout 2020. When combined with other local activities, these webinars are an ongoing meaningful resource for health care professionals who are tired of only hearing about the burnout problem, or that they need to just “try harder.”

The webinars are scalable, by design, whether you have 4, 40 or 400 people listening, in one room or spread out geographically. And, each webinar will be recorded and available within 48 hours of the live session, for participants to access and share at a staff meeting or other gathering at a later date. The Q&A portion of the webinars is particularly popular and usually consists of two phases, the first being formal Q&A, and the second more informal, where presenters stay on the line for an additional 30-45 minutes, with the option for anyone else who would like to ask questions, make comments, or seek additional information. 

This webinar will be recorded and posted, within 24 hours after its completion, to the WHA On-demand Learning Center. Here is a link to the On-demand Learning Center https://www.wha.org/On-demandLearning.  This webinar will be secure. After clicking on the title, you will be brought to the Member Portal where you will need to enter your Hospital Member login and password.

 

Prioritizing & Funding IT during a Pandemic


Healthcare organizations have been acquiring technology for many years, and with new licensing models, the options have changed, and have become even more urgent during this pandemic. Software subscriptions, Software as a Service (Anything as a Service), Consumption Based Services, have blurred the lines between Capital and Operational funding. COVID-19 has accelerated the need to modernize and transform your IT environment. Please join us to learn some best practices for acquiring and funding modern technology initiatives so you can increase agility for your hospital and clinics during and after this pandemic.

Recording: This webinar will be recorded and posted, within 24 hours after its completion, to the WHA On-demand Learning Center. Here is a link to the On-demand Learning Center https://www.wha.org/On-demandLearning.  This webinar will be secure. After clicking on the title, you will be brought to the Member Portal where you will need to enter your Hospital Member login and password. 

Featured Presenters:
Cheryl Rodenfels, CTO, Nutanix & Michael Krelitz, Vice-President, TCF Capital Solutions

Questions:
For registration questions, contact Allison Taylor at ataylor@wha.org.

Fee:
There is no cost for this webinar.

 

Chargemaster Coding Updates and Implementation for 2021: Self-study module series


This Webex Modules Series will consist of 8-10 modules (depending upon the number and extent of changes effective 1/1/2021) by clinical department (or grouped such as Cardiology, Cardiac Cath and Interventional Radiology, as an example). Each registrant will receive: Memo of the 2021 CDM Updates effective January 1, 2021 Link to download the clinical/department presentations Webex Modules to access and download the recordings that sync with the presentations AAPC CEU (2 hours) Updated master presentation, if any changes or updates

 

The Pursuit of Happiness: Methods vs. Mythology

Year 2

Boost Your Resilience!
Health Care Workforce Resilience, a webinar series developed and led by renowned health care workforce resilience expert J. Bryan Sexton, PhD, offers a dose of resilience in the form of continuing education that is engaging, evidence-based and relevant to all members of the health care team.
 
With each webinar focused on a unique topic, participants will receive one hour of continuing education credit, as well as practical and easy-to-implement tools. This series provides a buffet of bite-sized options for dealing with burnout in health care throughout 2020. When combined with other local activities, these webinars are an ongoing meaningful resource for health care professionals who are tired of only hearing about the burnout problem, or that they need to just “try harder.”

The webinars are scalable, by design, whether you have 4, 40 or 400 people listening, in one room or spread out geographically. And, each webinar will be recorded and available within 48 hours of the live session, for participants to access and share at a staff meeting or other gathering at a later date. The Q&A portion of the webinars is particularly popular and usually consists of two phases, the first being formal Q&A, and the second more informal, where presenters stay on the line for an additional 30-45 minutes, with the option for anyone else who would like to ask questions, make comments, or seek additional information. 

This webinar will be recorded and posted, within 24 hours after its completion, to the WHA On-demand Learning Center. Here is a link to the On-demand Learning Center https://www.wha.org/On-demandLearning.  This webinar will be secure. After clicking on the title, you will be brought to the Member Portal where you will need to enter your Hospital Member login and password.

 

Enhancing Resilience: Survival of the Kindest

Year 1

Boost Your Resilience!
Health Care Workforce Resilience, a webinar series developed and led by renowned health care workforce resilience expert J. Bryan Sexton, PhD, offers a dose of resilience in the form of continuing education that is engaging, evidence-based and relevant to all members of the health care team.
 
With each webinar focused on a unique topic, participants will receive one hour of continuing education credit, as well as practical and easy-to-implement tools. This series provides a buffet of bite-sized options for dealing with burnout in health care throughout 2020. When combined with other local activities, these webinars are an ongoing meaningful resource for health care professionals who are tired of only hearing about the burnout problem, or that they need to just “try harder.”

The webinars are scalable, by design, whether you have 4, 40 or 400 people listening, in one room or spread out geographically. And, each webinar will be recorded and available within 48 hours of the live session, for participants to access and share at a staff meeting or other gathering at a later date. The Q&A portion of the webinars is particularly popular and usually consists of two phases, the first being formal Q&A, and the second more informal, where presenters stay on the line for an additional 30-45 minutes, with the option for anyone else who would like to ask questions, make comments, or seek additional information. 

This webinar will be recorded and posted, within 24 hours after its completion, to the WHA On-demand Learning Center. Here is a link to the On-demand Learning Center https://www.wha.org/On-demandLearning.  This webinar will be secure. After clicking on the title, you will be brought to the Member Portal where you will need to enter your Hospital Member login and password.

Registration Information

Complimentary registration for the full 12-month series is extended to members of the Wisconsin Medical Society and Wisconsin Hospital Association, however, registration is required. 

Each registrant will receive information to participate in each of the monthly live webinars, as well as information to access a recording of the webinar, available for one year after the recorded date. Continuing education credit must be claimed within 30 days of the live webinar event.

After you have registered online, you will receive confirmation via email. Log-in information will be provided to the same email address 3 business days prior to each scheduled webinar.

This webinar will be recorded and posted, within 24 hours after its completion, to the WHA On-demand Learning Center. Here is a link to the On-demand Learning Center https://www.wha.org/On-demandLearning.  This webinar will be secure. After clicking on the title, you will be brought to the Member Portal where you will need to enter your Hospital Member login and password.