Events Schedule

Upcoming Events

Location: Webinar
Apr 14

CMS Hospital Conditions of Participation Made Easy 2021 (part 2 of 5)

Back by popular demand!

A visit from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) can be stressful if you’re not prepared. A five-part webinar series designed for hospitals and health systems will cover every section of the CMS Hospital Conditions of Participation (CoP) manual, tailored to specific hospital departments. Although CMS is conducting limited surveys, prior to COVID hospitals had seen a significant increase in survey activity. Visits are especially underway following a complaint or indication of immediate jeopardy. This program will review the most problematic standards and offer tips for a gap analysis to ensure compliance—and help you prepare for your next CMS visit.

This is the second webinar in the five-part series.

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CMS Hospital Conditions of Participation Made Easy 2021 (part 2 of 5)
Location: Webinar
Apr 21

CMS Hospital Conditions of Participation Made Easy 2021 (part 3 of 5)

Back by popular demand!

A visit from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) can be stressful if you’re not prepared. A five-part webinar series designed for hospitals and health systems will cover every section of the CMS Hospital Conditions of Participation (CoP) manual, tailored to specific hospital departments. Although CMS is conducting limited surveys, prior to COVID hospitals had seen a significant increase in survey activity. Visits are especially underway following a complaint or indication of immediate jeopardy. This program will review the most problematic standards and offer tips for a gap analysis to ensure compliance—and help you prepare for your next CMS visit.

This is the third webinar in the five-part series.

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CMS Hospital Conditions of Participation Made Easy 2021 (part 3 of 5)
Location: Webinar
Apr 28

CMS Hospital Conditions of Participation Made Easy 2021 (part 4 of 5)

Back by popular demand!

A visit from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) can be stressful if you’re not prepared. A five-part webinar series designed for hospitals and health systems will cover every section of the CMS Hospital Conditions of Participation (CoP) manual, tailored to specific hospital departments. Although CMS is conducting limited surveys, prior to COVID hospitals had seen a significant increase in survey activity. Visits are especially underway following a complaint or indication of immediate jeopardy. This program will review the most problematic standards and offer tips for a gap analysis to ensure compliance—and help you prepare for your next CMS visit.

This is the fourth webinar in the five-part series.

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CMS Hospital Conditions of Participation Made Easy 2021 (part 4 of 5)
Location: Webinar
Apr 29

Leadership Series: Telemedicine Post-COVID-19, Hospital at Home and Expansion of Technology–April 29

Healthcare in your pocket: Once a radical concept, it’s now more attainable than ever. COVID-19 has catalyzed healthcare innovation and delivery, making it possible for diverse patients to access and communicate with providers in new ways. We’ll explore the long-term implications of telemedicine for remote patient monitoring, prevention, diagnostics and therapy. Your organization pivoted to telehealth in a time of crisis—now find out how to scale these rapid changes for lasting success.

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Leadership Series: Telemedicine Post-COVID-19, Hospital at Home and Expansion of Technology–April 29
Location: Webinar
May 05

CMS Hospital Conditions of Participation Made Easy 2021 (part 5 of 5)

Back by popular demand!

A visit from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) can be stressful if you’re not prepared. A five-part webinar series designed for hospitals and health systems will cover every section of the CMS Hospital Conditions of Participation (CoP) manual, tailored to specific hospital departments. Although CMS is conducting limited surveys, prior to COVID hospitals had seen a significant increase in survey activity. Visits are especially underway following a complaint or indication of immediate jeopardy. This program will review the most problematic standards and offer tips for a gap analysis to ensure compliance—and help you prepare for your next CMS visit.

This is the final webinar in the five-part series.

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CMS Hospital Conditions of Participation Made Easy 2021 (part 5 of 5)
Location: Webinar
May 20

PAMA Lab Test Private Payor Rate Reporting

Is your outreach laboratory submitting claims for non-patient services under the Protecting Access to Medicare Act of 2014 (PAMA)? These claims must comply with a new reporting requirement from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). Hospitals that received at least $12,500 in Medicare revenues for clinical laboratory fee schedule (CLFS) claims billed on the 14x Type of Bill between Jan. 1, 2019 and June 30, 2019 are required to report the corresponding private payor rates.

This expert-led session will help you understand and ensure compliance with complex CMS requirements. Specifically, you’ll learn how to decipher the regulatory requirement to report private payor rates for Medicare-covered tests via the CLFS.

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PAMA Lab Test Private Payor Rate Reporting
Location: Webinar
Jun 03

Leadership Series: Diversity and Inclusion: A Moderated Discussion – June 3

Of the 1 million species in our vast ocean waters, two-thirds have yet to be discovered. Hidden potential also lies in minority and underserved communities, waiting to flourish. Diversity and inclusion initiatives are a key way for leaders to tap into new possibilities and opportunities. This moderated discussion will focus on fostering innovation by prioritizing diversity and inclusion across the board.

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Leadership Series: Diversity and Inclusion: A Moderated Discussion – June 3
Location: Webinar
Jun 17

Leadership Series: Supply Chain Excellence in the Post-Pandemic World – June 17

Securing N95 masks shouldn’t feel like trying to score Super Bowl tickets. What once seemed like a mundane topic—supply chain and materials management—made headlines when COVID-19 sent healthcare organizations on a hunt for personal protective equipment (PPE). In this session, an operational guru will share lessons and best practices from various industries to help future-proof your supply chain policies and align them with clinical goals.

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Leadership Series: Supply Chain Excellence in the Post-Pandemic World – June 17
Location: Webinar
Jul 15

Leadership Series: The Emotional Impact of COVID-19: Leading Your Team and Culture Past PTSD–July 15

Breathe in, breathe out. From team huddles to therapy hotlines, hospitals and health systems have gotten creative to help staff handle the heavy emotional load of COVID-19. When designed sustainably, these compassionate programs are our best hope to help healthcare heroes manage their PTSD, burnout and other stress-related conditions. This psychologist-led session will offer solutions to ensure a supportive culture centered on resilience and healing.

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Leadership Series: The Emotional Impact of COVID-19: Leading Your Team and Culture Past PTSD–July 15
Location: Webinar
Aug 19

Leadership Series: A Path Forward: Thriving in Rural Healthcare After COVID-19 – Aug. 19

High rates of chronic disease made for a perfect storm when COVID-19 hit rural America. Seeking solutions, a Colorado team of health experts interviewed rural health leaders and patients across their state. The result is a national toolkit and playbook, Re-Imagining Leadership: A Pathway for Rural Health to Thrive in a COVID-19 World, released last fall. In this session, you’ll hear real-life stories of empathy and community engagement from one of the playbook’s authors, Benjamin Anderson of the Colorado Health Association. His insight will empower healthcare leaders to coordinate efforts for healthier rural communities.

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Leadership Series: A Path Forward: Thriving in Rural Healthcare After COVID-19 – Aug. 19