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Child maltreatment is a serious problem in the United States: •Over 676,000 children are abused each year. •1,750 children die from abuse and neglect. In 2016, professionals in education, law enforcement,...
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Child maltreatment is a serious problem in the United States: •Over 676,000 children are abused each year. •1,750 children die from abuse and neglect. In 2016, professionals in education, law enforcement, and social services represented the highest number of reporters of maltreatment. Healthcare providers did not contribute significantly to the reporting. Healthcare providers typically come into contact with children during emergency situations. These are opportunities—sometimes the only opportunity—for a trained reporter to observe the abuser and the abused together, to examine the child, and to facilitate immediate investigation to potentially end the child’s suffering. Recognizing, identifying, and reporting possible maltreatment is a legal obligation. Familiarize yourself with your facility’s policy and procedures and state laws for managing suspected abuse, so that you can be prepared, should you encounter maltreatment of a child.
Child maltreatment is a serious problem in the United States: •Over 676,000 children are abused each year. •1,750 children die from abuse and neglect. In 2016, professionals in education, law enforcement, and social services represented the highest number of reporters of maltreatment. Healthcare providers did not contribute significantly to the reporting. Healthcare providers typically come into contact with children during emergency situations. These are opportunities—sometimes the only opportunity—for a trained reporter to observe the abuser and the abused together, to examine the child, and to facilitate immediate investigation to potentially end the child’s suffering. Recognizing, identifying, and reporting possible maltreatment is a legal obligation. Familiarize yourself with your facility’s policy and procedures and state laws for managing suspected abuse, so that you can be prepared, should you encounter maltreatment of a child.
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Produced by: HealthStream
Child maltreatment is a serious problem in the United States: •Over 676,000 children are abused each year. •1,750 children die from abuse and neglect. In 2016, professionals in education, law enforcement,...
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Child maltreatment is a serious problem in the United States: •Over 676,000 children are abused each year. •1,750 children die from abuse and neglect. In 2016, professionals in education, law enforcement, and social services represented the highest number of reporters of maltreatment. Healthcare providers did not contribute significantly to the reporting. Healthcare providers typically come into contact with children during emergency situations. These are opportunities—sometimes the only opportunity—for a trained reporter to observe the abuser and the abused together, to examine the child, and to facilitate immediate investigation to potentially end the child’s suffering. Recognizing, identifying, and reporting possible maltreatment is a legal obligation. Familiarize yourself with your facility’s policy and procedures and state laws for managing suspected abuse, so that you can be prepared, should you encounter maltreatment of a child.
Child maltreatment is a serious problem in the United States: •Over 676,000 children are abused each year. •1,750 children die from abuse and neglect. In 2016, professionals in education, law enforcement, and social services represented the highest number of reporters of maltreatment. Healthcare providers did not contribute significantly to the reporting. Healthcare providers typically come into contact with children during emergency situations. These are opportunities—sometimes the only opportunity—for a trained reporter to observe the abuser and the abused together, to examine the child, and to facilitate immediate investigation to potentially end the child’s suffering. Recognizing, identifying, and reporting possible maltreatment is a legal obligation. Familiarize yourself with your facility’s policy and procedures and state laws for managing suspected abuse, so that you can be prepared, should you encounter maltreatment of a child.
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Produced by: HealthStream
This course will discuss domestic abuse, and will provide you with the information you need to: •Identify victims •Assess victims •Refer victims to other resources •Report victims of this form of abuse By...
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This course will discuss domestic abuse, and will provide you with the information you need to: •Identify victims •Assess victims •Refer victims to other resources •Report victims of this form of abuse By doing so, you can: •Maintain compliance with Medicare Conditions of Participation (COPs) and with Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and Joint Commission standards •Improve public health •Improve your facility’s quality of patient care
This course will discuss domestic abuse, and will provide you with the information you need to: •Identify victims •Assess victims •Refer victims to other resources •Report victims of this form of abuse By doing so, you can: •Maintain compliance with Medicare Conditions of Participation (COPs) and with Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and Joint Commission standards •Improve public health •Improve your facility’s quality of patient care
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Produced by: HealthStream
Domestic abuse occurs between two people in a close, intimate relationship. It is a public health concern in the United States. Each year 4.8 million women experience intimate partner related physical assault...
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Domestic abuse occurs between two people in a close, intimate relationship. It is a public health concern in the United States. Each year 4.8 million women experience intimate partner related physical assault or rape, 2.9 million men experience intimate partner related physical assault and over 1,500 women (75%) and men (25%) die as a result of domestic violence. In Florida alone, there were 114,759 reported domestic violence offenses and 86 murders in 2009. Understanding abusive relationships will help you to see domestic abuse as a public health threat and identify and care for victims of abuse. This course will discuss domestic abuse, and will provide you with the information you need to identify victims, assess victims, refer victims to other resources, and report victims of this form of abuse.
Domestic abuse occurs between two people in a close, intimate relationship. It is a public health concern in the United States. Each year 4.8 million women experience intimate partner related physical assault or rape, 2.9 million men experience intimate partner related physical assault and over 1,500 women (75%) and men (25%) die as a result of domestic violence. In Florida alone, there were 114,759 reported domestic violence offenses and 86 murders in 2009. Understanding abusive relationships will help you to see domestic abuse as a public health threat and identify and care for victims of abuse. This course will discuss domestic abuse, and will provide you with the information you need to identify victims, assess victims, refer victims to other resources, and report victims of this form of abuse.
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Produced by: HealthStream
This course will discuss domestic abuse, and will provide you with the information you need to: •Identify victims •Assess victims •Refer victims to other resources •Report victims of this form of abuse By...
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This course will discuss domestic abuse, and will provide you with the information you need to: •Identify victims •Assess victims •Refer victims to other resources •Report victims of this form of abuse By doing so, you can: •Maintain compliance with Medicare Conditions of Participation (COPs) and with Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and Joint Commission standards •Improve public health •Improve your facility’s quality of patient care
This course will discuss domestic abuse, and will provide you with the information you need to: •Identify victims •Assess victims •Refer victims to other resources •Report victims of this form of abuse By doing so, you can: •Maintain compliance with Medicare Conditions of Participation (COPs) and with Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and Joint Commission standards •Improve public health •Improve your facility’s quality of patient care
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Produced by: HealthStream
Elder maltreatment is a serious problem in the United States: •Between one and 2 million older Americans (over age 65) are estimated to be victims of abuse each year. •Only about 20% of cases are reported....
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Elder maltreatment is a serious problem in the United States: •Between one and 2 million older Americans (over age 65) are estimated to be victims of abuse each year. •Only about 20% of cases are reported. •Over 90% of the abusers are family members. •50% of nursing home staff admit to physical violence, mental abuse, or neglect of older patients. •Abused elders have a 300% higher risk of death when compared to those who have not been mistreated. In this course, you will learn how to identify, assess, refer, and report victims of elder abuse and neglect. Ultimately the goal is to: •Stop elder abuse before it starts, through heightened awareness and recognition of risk factors •Educate healthcare providers to the prevalence and types of elder abuse to ensure constant vigilance in the fight to end abuse •Alter attitudes toward abuse resulting in a change of behaviors that evolve to a zero tolerance of elder abuse among caregivers •Increase accountability for healthcare workers and caregivers who abuse the elderly through diligent reporting
Elder maltreatment is a serious problem in the United States: •Between one and 2 million older Americans (over age 65) are estimated to be victims of abuse each year. •Only about 20% of cases are reported. •Over 90% of the abusers are family members. •50% of nursing home staff admit to physical violence, mental abuse, or neglect of older patients. •Abused elders have a 300% higher risk of death when compared to those who have not been mistreated. In this course, you will learn how to identify, assess, refer, and report victims of elder abuse and neglect. Ultimately the goal is to: •Stop elder abuse before it starts, through heightened awareness and recognition of risk factors •Educate healthcare providers to the prevalence and types of elder abuse to ensure constant vigilance in the fight to end abuse •Alter attitudes toward abuse resulting in a change of behaviors that evolve to a zero tolerance of elder abuse among caregivers •Increase accountability for healthcare workers and caregivers who abuse the elderly through diligent reporting
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Produced by: HealthStream
Elder maltreatment is a serious problem in the United States: •Between one and 2 million older Americans (over age 65) are estimated to be victims of abuse each year. •Only about 20% of cases are reported....
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Elder maltreatment is a serious problem in the United States: •Between one and 2 million older Americans (over age 65) are estimated to be victims of abuse each year. •Only about 20% of cases are reported. •Over 90% of the abusers are family members. •50% of nursing home staff admit to physical violence, mental abuse, or neglect of older patients. •Abused elders have a 300% higher risk of death when compared to those who have not been mistreated. In this course, you will learn how to identify, assess, refer, and report victims of elder abuse and neglect. Ultimately the goal is to: •Stop elder abuse before it starts, through heightened awareness and recognition of risk factors •Educate healthcare providers to the prevalence and types of elder abuse to ensure constant vigilance in the fight to end abuse •Alter attitudes toward abuse resulting in a change of behaviors that evolve to a zero tolerance of elder abuse among caregivers •Increase accountability for healthcare workers and caregivers who abuse the elderly through diligent reporting
Elder maltreatment is a serious problem in the United States: •Between one and 2 million older Americans (over age 65) are estimated to be victims of abuse each year. •Only about 20% of cases are reported. •Over 90% of the abusers are family members. •50% of nursing home staff admit to physical violence, mental abuse, or neglect of older patients. •Abused elders have a 300% higher risk of death when compared to those who have not been mistreated. In this course, you will learn how to identify, assess, refer, and report victims of elder abuse and neglect. Ultimately the goal is to: •Stop elder abuse before it starts, through heightened awareness and recognition of risk factors •Educate healthcare providers to the prevalence and types of elder abuse to ensure constant vigilance in the fight to end abuse •Alter attitudes toward abuse resulting in a change of behaviors that evolve to a zero tolerance of elder abuse among caregivers •Increase accountability for healthcare workers and caregivers who abuse the elderly through diligent reporting
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Produced by: HealthStream
This course will discuss domestic abuse and will provide you with the information you need to identify, assess and report domestic abuse.
This course will discuss domestic abuse and will provide you with the information you need to identify, assess and report domestic abuse.
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Produced by: HealthStream
This course will discuss domestic abuse and will provide you with the information you need to identify, assess and report domestic abuse.
This course will discuss domestic abuse and will provide you with the information you need to identify, assess and report domestic abuse.
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Produced by: HealthStream
For a successful implementation of a Six Sigma improvement initiative the customer's preferences and business requirements must be captured. The Voice of the Customer is important for a project that aims to...
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For a successful implementation of a Six Sigma improvement initiative the customer's preferences and business requirements must be captured. The Voice of the Customer is important for a project that aims to increase value and quality to the customers. The Voice of the Business is important when the project aims to improve internal efficiencies and productivity. The project selection process helps determine which projects are feasible and which provide the greatest benefit to the customer and the organization. It is important to identify who the project stakeholders are and what their interest in the project is in order to meet their expectations. In this course, you will learn how to capture information from the Voice of the Customer and the Voice of the Business and use a project selection process to decide which projects to pursue and what methodology to use. The course examines how to identify project stakeholders and the inputs and outputs of a process. This course is aligned to the ASQ Body of Knowledge and is designed to assist Yellow Belt candidates toward their certification and also to become productive members on their Six Sigma project teams.
For a successful implementation of a Six Sigma improvement initiative the customer's preferences and business requirements must be captured. The Voice of the Customer is important for a project that aims to increase value and quality to the customers. The Voice of the Business is important when the project aims to improve internal efficiencies and productivity. The project selection process helps determine which projects are feasible and which provide the greatest benefit to the customer and the organization. It is important to identify who the project stakeholders are and what their interest in the project is in order to meet their expectations. In this course, you will learn how to capture information from the Voice of the Customer and the Voice of the Business and use a project selection process to decide which projects to pursue and what methodology to use. The course examines how to identify project stakeholders and the inputs and outputs of a process. This course is aligned to the ASQ Body of Knowledge and is designed to assist Yellow Belt candidates toward their certification and also to become productive members on their Six Sigma project teams.
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Produced by: SkillSoft
The success of Six Sigma deployment in an organization largely depends on the success of individual Six Sigma projects. Organizational stakeholders, including customers, suppliers, and employees, have a...
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The success of Six Sigma deployment in an organization largely depends on the success of individual Six Sigma projects. Organizational stakeholders, including customers, suppliers, and employees, have a strong influence on the implementation of Six Sigma projects. In turn, these projects impact the organizational stakeholders by throwing many opportunities and challenges before them and requiring them to adapt to changes caused by improvements. Benchmarking is used in Six Sigma projects to set improvement goals against world-class and competitive reference points. Benchmarking may also be used at later stages in Six Sigma DMAIC while evaluating existing operations and incorporating best practices to maximize the success of improvement efforts. This course helps analyze key stakeholders and explore the impact Six Sigma projects can have on them. The course also discusses the concept of benchmarking, various benchmarking types, and how benchmarking is used in Six Sigma. This course is aligned with the ASQ Certified Six Sigma Black Belt certification exam and is designed to assist learners as part of their exam preparation. It builds on foundational knowledge that is taught in SkillSoft's ASQ-aligned Green Belt curriculum.
The success of Six Sigma deployment in an organization largely depends on the success of individual Six Sigma projects. Organizational stakeholders, including customers, suppliers, and employees, have a strong influence on the implementation of Six Sigma projects. In turn, these projects impact the organizational stakeholders by throwing many opportunities and challenges before them and requiring them to adapt to changes caused by improvements. Benchmarking is used in Six Sigma projects to set improvement goals against world-class and competitive reference points. Benchmarking may also be used at later stages in Six Sigma DMAIC while evaluating existing operations and incorporating best practices to maximize the success of improvement efforts. This course helps analyze key stakeholders and explore the impact Six Sigma projects can have on them. The course also discusses the concept of benchmarking, various benchmarking types, and how benchmarking is used in Six Sigma. This course is aligned with the ASQ Certified Six Sigma Black Belt certification exam and is designed to assist learners as part of their exam preparation. It builds on foundational knowledge that is taught in SkillSoft's ASQ-aligned Green Belt curriculum.
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Produced by: SkillSoft
Microsoft Office Access 2007 offers several options for importing and exporting data, and also provides a variety of data presentation strategies. With Access 2007 you can link to, or import data and objects...
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Microsoft Office Access 2007 offers several options for importing and exporting data, and also provides a variety of data presentation strategies. With Access 2007 you can link to, or import data and objects from external sources such as other Access databases, Excel spreadsheets, text files, XML files, and SharePoint lists. You can also export data and objects from an Access 2007 database to external sources. This course explains and demonstrates the various methods of importing, exporting, and linking to external data sources. It also describes how to create and modify PivotTables and PivotCharts as an alternate way to organize and present database data. The options used to apply aggregate functions to a PivotTable, add a calculated field to a PivotTable, and export a PivotTable to an Excel spreadsheet are also discussed in the course.
Microsoft Office Access 2007 offers several options for importing and exporting data, and also provides a variety of data presentation strategies. With Access 2007 you can link to, or import data and objects from external sources such as other Access databases, Excel spreadsheets, text files, XML files, and SharePoint lists. You can also export data and objects from an Access 2007 database to external sources. This course explains and demonstrates the various methods of importing, exporting, and linking to external data sources. It also describes how to create and modify PivotTables and PivotCharts as an alternate way to organize and present database data. The options used to apply aggregate functions to a PivotTable, add a calculated field to a PivotTable, and export a PivotTable to an Excel spreadsheet are also discussed in the course.
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Produced by: SkillSoft
Employees of organizations that conduct business with the US government must understand the rules the government has established for itself and those it contracts with. These laws and regulations aim to...
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Employees of organizations that conduct business with the US government must understand the rules the government has established for itself and those it contracts with. These laws and regulations aim to promote full and open competition, fairness, and honesty and to eliminate waste, fraud, and abuse. This course provides an overview of key requirements unique to government contracting. It focuses on improper business practices, including restrictions on competition, attempts to gain an unfair advantage, and making false claims. The course highlights practices that should be avoided by employees of companies that have or seek to secure government contracts or subcontracts. This course was developed with subject matter support provided by The Potomac Law Group, PLLC. Please note, however, that the course materials and content are for informational purposes only and do not constitute legal advice and may or may not reflect the most current legal developments. Nothing herein, or in the course materials, shall be construed as professional advice as to any particular situation or constitute a legal opinion with respect to compliance with legal statutes or statutory instruments. Transmission of the information is not intended to create, and receipt does not constitute, an attorney-client relationship. Readers should not act upon this information without seeking independent legal advice.
Employees of organizations that conduct business with the US government must understand the rules the government has established for itself and those it contracts with. These laws and regulations aim to promote full and open competition, fairness, and honesty and to eliminate waste, fraud, and abuse. This course provides an overview of key requirements unique to government contracting. It focuses on improper business practices, including restrictions on competition, attempts to gain an unfair advantage, and making false claims. The course highlights practices that should be avoided by employees of companies that have or seek to secure government contracts or subcontracts. This course was developed with subject matter support provided by The Potomac Law Group, PLLC. Please note, however, that the course materials and content are for informational purposes only and do not constitute legal advice and may or may not reflect the most current legal developments. Nothing herein, or in the course materials, shall be construed as professional advice as to any particular situation or constitute a legal opinion with respect to compliance with legal statutes or statutory instruments. Transmission of the information is not intended to create, and receipt does not constitute, an attorney-client relationship. Readers should not act upon this information without seeking independent legal advice.
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Produced by: SkillSoft
This course: -Is designed for all those who may serve in a leadership role in a health care organization during an emergency or disaster. -Will help health care managers and leaders understand their...
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This course: -Is designed for all those who may serve in a leadership role in a health care organization during an emergency or disaster. -Will help health care managers and leaders understand their role in the Incident Command System in the event of an emergency or disaster -Parallels the federal requirements for the FEMA IS 100.HC, An Introduction to Incident Command System and IS 200.HC, Applying Incident Command System to Health Care Organizations.
This course: -Is designed for all those who may serve in a leadership role in a health care organization during an emergency or disaster. -Will help health care managers and leaders understand their role in the Incident Command System in the event of an emergency or disaster -Parallels the federal requirements for the FEMA IS 100.HC, An Introduction to Incident Command System and IS 200.HC, Applying Incident Command System to Health Care Organizations.
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Produced by: Yale New Haven Hospital
This course will teach you the basics of infection control. You will learn: •How diseases are spread •How to help prevent the spread of disease in the healthcare setting
This course will teach you the basics of infection control. You will learn: •How diseases are spread •How to help prevent the spread of disease in the healthcare setting
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Produced by: HealthStream
This course will teach you the basics of infection control. You will learn: •How diseases are spread •How to help prevent the spread of disease in the healthcare setting
This course will teach you the basics of infection control. You will learn: •How diseases are spread •How to help prevent the spread of disease in the healthcare setting
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Produced by: HealthStream
This course will teach you the basics of infection control.
This course will teach you the basics of infection control.
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Produced by: HealthStream
This course will teach you the basics of infection control.
This course will teach you the basics of infection control.
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Produced by: HealthStream
This course contains information on infection control in home care and hospice environments. It takes approximately one hour to complete.
This course contains information on infection control in home care and hospice environments. It takes approximately one hour to complete.
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Produced by: HCI - Home Care Institute
This program provides an overview of influenza and how community-based employees can minimize spread and reduce mortality associated with influenza infection.
This program provides an overview of influenza and how community-based employees can minimize spread and reduce mortality associated with influenza infection.
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Produced by: HCI - Home Care Institute
This course will teach you what you need to know to: •Protect the patient’s right to make treatment decisions •Comply with the doctrine of informed consent You will learn about: •Ethics, law, and...
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This course will teach you what you need to know to: •Protect the patient’s right to make treatment decisions •Comply with the doctrine of informed consent You will learn about: •Ethics, law, and regulatory standards related to informed consent •Special cases of informed consent Keep in mind throughout this course that laws and regulations vary by state. It is best to check with legal counsel in order to review your obligations and duties.
This course will teach you what you need to know to: •Protect the patient’s right to make treatment decisions •Comply with the doctrine of informed consent You will learn about: •Ethics, law, and regulatory standards related to informed consent •Special cases of informed consent Keep in mind throughout this course that laws and regulations vary by state. It is best to check with legal counsel in order to review your obligations and duties.
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Produced by: HealthStream
This course will teach you what you need to know to: •Protect the patient’s right to make treatment decisions •Comply with the doctrine of informed consent You will learn about: •Ethics, law, and...
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This course will teach you what you need to know to: •Protect the patient’s right to make treatment decisions •Comply with the doctrine of informed consent You will learn about: •Ethics, law, and regulatory standards related to informed consent •Special cases of informed consent Keep in mind throughout this course that laws and regulations vary by state. It is best to check with legal counsel in order to review your obligations and duties.
This course will teach you what you need to know to: •Protect the patient’s right to make treatment decisions •Comply with the doctrine of informed consent You will learn about: •Ethics, law, and regulatory standards related to informed consent •Special cases of informed consent Keep in mind throughout this course that laws and regulations vary by state. It is best to check with legal counsel in order to review your obligations and duties.
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Produced by: HealthStream
Actual high-risk cases, selected and prepared by our experts - You need training resources that deliver maximum how-to knowledge in the least amount of time — resources that draw from real-life scenarios....
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Actual high-risk cases, selected and prepared by our experts - You need training resources that deliver maximum how-to knowledge in the least amount of time — resources that draw from real-life scenarios. Which is why you need our Recovery Audit Contractor: Case Studies. Each course contains two cases, derived from actual medical records. Cases are selected based on their potential to push the limits of regulatory compliance — and catch the attention of auditors (RAC, MIC, MAC, ZPIC and CERT) — whether the issue is coding errors, insufficient documentation and/or inappropriate admissions. In addition to a hands-on exercise, you get detailed explanations and rationale with every course, directly from MedLearn experts and field consultants.
Actual high-risk cases, selected and prepared by our experts - You need training resources that deliver maximum how-to knowledge in the least amount of time — resources that draw from real-life scenarios. Which is why you need our Recovery Audit Contractor: Case Studies. Each course contains two cases, derived from actual medical records. Cases are selected based on their potential to push the limits of regulatory compliance — and catch the attention of auditors (RAC, MIC, MAC, ZPIC and CERT) — whether the issue is coding errors, insufficient documentation and/or inappropriate admissions. In addition to a hands-on exercise, you get detailed explanations and rationale with every course, directly from MedLearn experts and field consultants.
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Produced by: MedLearn Publishing
Actual high-risk cases, selected and prepared by our experts - You need training resources that deliver maximum how-to knowledge in the least amount of time — resources that draw from real-life scenarios....
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Actual high-risk cases, selected and prepared by our experts - You need training resources that deliver maximum how-to knowledge in the least amount of time — resources that draw from real-life scenarios. Which is why you need our Recovery Audit Contractor: Case Studies. Each course contains two cases, derived from actual medical records. Cases are selected based on their potential to push the limits of regulatory compliance — and catch the attention of auditors (RAC, MIC, MAC, ZPIC and CERT) — whether the issue is coding errors, insufficient documentation and/or inappropriate admissions. In addition to a hands-on exercise, you get detailed explanations and rationale with every course, directly from MedLearn experts and field consultants.
Actual high-risk cases, selected and prepared by our experts - You need training resources that deliver maximum how-to knowledge in the least amount of time — resources that draw from real-life scenarios. Which is why you need our Recovery Audit Contractor: Case Studies. Each course contains two cases, derived from actual medical records. Cases are selected based on their potential to push the limits of regulatory compliance — and catch the attention of auditors (RAC, MIC, MAC, ZPIC and CERT) — whether the issue is coding errors, insufficient documentation and/or inappropriate admissions. In addition to a hands-on exercise, you get detailed explanations and rationale with every course, directly from MedLearn experts and field consultants.
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Produced by: MedLearn Publishing
Actual high-risk cases, selected and prepared by our experts - You need training resources that deliver maximum how-to knowledge in the least amount of time — resources that draw from real-life scenarios....
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Actual high-risk cases, selected and prepared by our experts - You need training resources that deliver maximum how-to knowledge in the least amount of time — resources that draw from real-life scenarios. Which is why you need our Recovery Audit Contractor: Case Studies. Each course contains two cases, derived from actual medical records. Cases are selected based on their potential to push the limits of regulatory compliance — and catch the attention of auditors (RAC, MIC, MAC, ZPIC and CERT) — whether the issue is coding errors, insufficient documentation and/or inappropriate admissions. In addition to a hands-on exercise, you get detailed explanations and rationale with every course, directly from MedLearn experts and field consultants.
Actual high-risk cases, selected and prepared by our experts - You need training resources that deliver maximum how-to knowledge in the least amount of time — resources that draw from real-life scenarios. Which is why you need our Recovery Audit Contractor: Case Studies. Each course contains two cases, derived from actual medical records. Cases are selected based on their potential to push the limits of regulatory compliance — and catch the attention of auditors (RAC, MIC, MAC, ZPIC and CERT) — whether the issue is coding errors, insufficient documentation and/or inappropriate admissions. In addition to a hands-on exercise, you get detailed explanations and rationale with every course, directly from MedLearn experts and field consultants.
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Produced by: MedLearn Publishing