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This course is designed for ACLS Instructors.
This course is designed for ACLS Instructors.
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Produced by: American Heart Association - Dallas
The Association of Clinical Research Professionals (ACRP) is the primary resource for clinical research professionals in the pharmaceutical, biotechnology and medical device industries, and those in hospital,...
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The Association of Clinical Research Professionals (ACRP) is the primary resource for clinical research professionals in the pharmaceutical, biotechnology and medical device industries, and those in hospital, academic medical centers and physician office settings.
The Association of Clinical Research Professionals (ACRP) is the primary resource for clinical research professionals in the pharmaceutical, biotechnology and medical device industries, and those in hospital, academic medical centers and physician office settings.
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Produced by: Association of Clinical Research Professionals (ACRP)
For all healthcare providers who need to recognize the signs and symptoms of stroke
For all healthcare providers who need to recognize the signs and symptoms of stroke
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Produced by: American Heart Association - Dallas
First Latch courses are designed specifically to meet BFHI training requirements and address each of the 10 Steps to Successful Breastfeeding.
First Latch courses are designed specifically to meet BFHI training requirements and address each of the 10 Steps to Successful Breastfeeding.
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Produced by: Lactation Education Resources
This course is designed for BLS Instructors.
This course is designed for BLS Instructors.
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Produced by: American Heart Association - Dallas
This library is designed to strengthen your Rad Tech team by providing information related to the latest clinical techniques, patient satisfaction, treatment protocols, and diagnosis recognition and awareness.
This library is designed to strengthen your Rad Tech team by providing information related to the latest clinical techniques, patient satisfaction, treatment protocols, and diagnosis recognition and awareness.
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Produced by: echelon
The federal government has established a series of rules designed to protect the rights of patients and ensure that their personal information stays private. Enforced by the Office of Civil Rights, the Health...
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The federal government has established a series of rules designed to protect the rights of patients and ensure that their personal information stays private. Enforced by the Office of Civil Rights, the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) establishes a series of procedures that must be followed in order to ensure patient privacy. In order to avoid major government fines, it’s critical for healthcare providers to maintain HIPAA compliance. HIPAA privacy training should be a critical part of your organization’s ongoing staff training. But many people only think that it’s important for the back office staff who handles paperwork and billing to fully understand HIPAA regulations. However, problems with HIPAA compliance can occur at any part of an organization. It’s essential for healthcare providers to make sure that doctors, nurses and all other staff are not just aware of HIPAA privacy compliance regulations but are expertly trained and able to fulfill all of the needed requirements. HCCS has created a comprehensive, multimedia HIPAA training course for every employee. This course provides training modules on HIPAA awareness as well as training modules that contain information employees need to know regarding Privacy, Security and Electronic Transaction. Our HIPAA online training is designed to engage your staff, making sure they pay attention and retain the information provided to them so they can use the proper practices in the real world.
The federal government has established a series of rules designed to protect the rights of patients and ensure that their personal information stays private. Enforced by the Office of Civil Rights, the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) establishes a series of procedures that must be followed in order to ensure patient privacy. In order to avoid major government fines, it’s critical for healthcare providers to maintain HIPAA compliance. HIPAA privacy training should be a critical part of your organization’s ongoing staff training. But many people only think that it’s important for the back office staff who handles paperwork and billing to fully understand HIPAA regulations. However, problems with HIPAA compliance can occur at any part of an organization. It’s essential for healthcare providers to make sure that doctors, nurses and all other staff are not just aware of HIPAA privacy compliance regulations but are expertly trained and able to fulfill all of the needed requirements. HCCS has created a comprehensive, multimedia HIPAA training course for every employee. This course provides training modules on HIPAA awareness as well as training modules that contain information employees need to know regarding Privacy, Security and Electronic Transaction. Our HIPAA online training is designed to engage your staff, making sure they pay attention and retain the information provided to them so they can use the proper practices in the real world.
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Produced by: Health Care Compliance Strategies (HCCS)
The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) offers consumers wide ranging protections. HIPAA compliance training is critical for staff at all types of medical institutes; however,...
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The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) offers consumers wide ranging protections. HIPAA compliance training is critical for staff at all types of medical institutes; however, the specific nuances of the law make it particularly important for providers of health plans to have their staff fully understand how the regulations impact them and what they will need to do in order to ensure they are following government mandates. HCCS offers a complete HIPAA for Health Plans course as part of its General Compliance suite to help insurance providers to best train their staffs. From privacy training to Medicare compliance, our multimedia, interactive training course imparts the information that personnel need in order to do their jobs in an informative and engaging manner. This course runs the gamut from HIPAA privacy training to covering administrative, physical and technical safeguard standards. See below to learn more about our comprehensive, multimedia HIPAA training course for every employee.
The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) offers consumers wide ranging protections. HIPAA compliance training is critical for staff at all types of medical institutes; however, the specific nuances of the law make it particularly important for providers of health plans to have their staff fully understand how the regulations impact them and what they will need to do in order to ensure they are following government mandates. HCCS offers a complete HIPAA for Health Plans course as part of its General Compliance suite to help insurance providers to best train their staffs. From privacy training to Medicare compliance, our multimedia, interactive training course imparts the information that personnel need in order to do their jobs in an informative and engaging manner. This course runs the gamut from HIPAA privacy training to covering administrative, physical and technical safeguard standards. See below to learn more about our comprehensive, multimedia HIPAA training course for every employee.
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Produced by: Health Care Compliance Strategies (HCCS)
This course is for anyone with a reasonable chance for occupational exposure to blood or blood-containing materials.
This course is for anyone with a reasonable chance for occupational exposure to blood or blood-containing materials.
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Produced by: American Heart Association - Dallas
Heartsaver Pediatric First Aid CPR AED Online is a self-directed course that uses interactive lessons and videos to teach you comprehensive First Aid, CPR, and AED knowledge.
Heartsaver Pediatric First Aid CPR AED Online is a self-directed course that uses interactive lessons and videos to teach you comprehensive First Aid, CPR, and AED knowledge.
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Produced by: American Heart Association - Dallas
The ICD-10 Clinical User Bundle provides foundational education about the implications of ICD-10 and prepares clinical staff to understand and interpret ICD-10 CM code assignments.
The ICD-10 Clinical User Bundle provides foundational education about the implications of ICD-10 and prepares clinical staff to understand and interpret ICD-10 CM code assignments.
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Produced by: Precyse
Precyse ICD-10 Documenter Bundle provides an overview of the impact of ICD-10 and the two classification systems. The courses also put significant focus on teaching the increased specificity required in...
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Precyse ICD-10 Documenter Bundle provides an overview of the impact of ICD-10 and the two classification systems. The courses also put significant focus on teaching the increased specificity required in documentation.
Precyse ICD-10 Documenter Bundle provides an overview of the impact of ICD-10 and the two classification systems. The courses also put significant focus on teaching the increased specificity required in documentation.
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Produced by: Precyse
To educate nurses, lab staff, techs, and other clinical staff who support the documentation in the medical record and obtain information
To educate nurses, lab staff, techs, and other clinical staff who support the documentation in the medical record and obtain information
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Produced by: Precyse
To educate nurses, lab staff, techs, and other clinical staff who support the documentation in the medical record and obtain information
To educate nurses, lab staff, techs, and other clinical staff who support the documentation in the medical record and obtain information
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Produced by: Precyse
This course is designed to improve STEMI patient outcomes by teaching your staff to reduce delays and improve clinical decision-making. It is recommended for all emergency department, critical care, and EMT...
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This course is designed to improve STEMI patient outcomes by teaching your staff to reduce delays and improve clinical decision-making. It is recommended for all emergency department, critical care, and EMT personnel.
This course is designed to improve STEMI patient outcomes by teaching your staff to reduce delays and improve clinical decision-making. It is recommended for all emergency department, critical care, and EMT personnel.
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Produced by: Laerdal Medical Corporation
This library is designed to improve adult ECG rhythm recognition. It is the official AHA e-learning course and is recommended for anyone preparing for ACLS certification.
This library is designed to improve adult ECG rhythm recognition. It is the official AHA e-learning course and is recommended for anyone preparing for ACLS certification.
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Produced by: Laerdal Medical Corporation
Foundational Knowledge: Minimal Sedation was developed to provide a strong foundational knowledge base for the practitioner providing sedation outside of the operating room.
Foundational Knowledge: Minimal Sedation was developed to provide a strong foundational knowledge base for the practitioner providing sedation outside of the operating room.
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Produced by: National Sedation Center
One of the most important elements of procedural sedation is the understanding that sedation is not a constant--it is a continuum. The use of sedation drugs outside of the operating room has expanded...
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One of the most important elements of procedural sedation is the understanding that sedation is not a constant--it is a continuum. The use of sedation drugs outside of the operating room has expanded dramatically in recent years and it is becoming increasingly important for the non-anesthesiologist healthcare professional to fully understand every aspect of procedural sedation.
One of the most important elements of procedural sedation is the understanding that sedation is not a constant--it is a continuum. The use of sedation drugs outside of the operating room has expanded dramatically in recent years and it is becoming increasingly important for the non-anesthesiologist healthcare professional to fully understand every aspect of procedural sedation.
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Produced by: National Sedation Center
This course is designed for PALS Instructors.
This course is designed for PALS Instructors.
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Produced by: American Heart Association - Dallas
This library is designed to improve patient safety by training your staff to deal with key safety issues. It is recommended for all employees.
This library is designed to improve patient safety by training your staff to deal with key safety issues. It is recommended for all employees.
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Produced by: HealthStream, Inc.
PEARS Instructor Essentials teaches instructors to teach PEARS to learners.
PEARS Instructor Essentials teaches instructors to teach PEARS to learners.
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Produced by: American Heart Association - Dallas
This course teaches instructors how to conduct a structured and supported debriefing using a directed debriefing approach
This course teaches instructors how to conduct a structured and supported debriefing using a directed debriefing approach
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Produced by: American Heart Association - Dallas
Improve your diabetes care–fast. SiMCare Diabetes is a web-based care simulator designed for healthcare professionals to improve the care given to patients with diabetes.
Improve your diabetes care–fast. SiMCare Diabetes is a web-based care simulator designed for healthcare professionals to improve the care given to patients with diabetes.
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Produced by: Vital Simulations
In recent years, it has become clear that the nature of the relationship between healthcare providers influences patient care. Quality of care and patient safety are both dependent on communication, teamwork,...
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In recent years, it has become clear that the nature of the relationship between healthcare providers influences patient care. Quality of care and patient safety are both dependent on communication, teamwork, and collaboration. Unfortunately, intimidating and disruptive behavior threatens the performance and productivity of the healthcare team and this behavior is not rare. In fact, as many as 88% of healthcare providers report that they have encountered behavior that undermines a culture of safety, and 11% report that they were involved in a medication error in which this type of behavior played a role. In July of 2008, The Joint Commission issued a Sentinel Event Alert, warning that disruptive and intimidating behaviors can undermine a culture of safety and impede the performance of the healthcare team. All healthcare professionals must be aware of the potential dangers of these types of behaviors and their negative impact not only on patient care but also on staff working relationships and collaboration. This continuing education activity will discuss and define behavior that undermines a culture of safety and address situations where these types of events are most likely to occur. The consequences of intimidating and disruptive behaviors will be discussed so that learners have a clear understanding of how this behavior undermines a culture of safety and potentially results in a decrease in care quality. Best practice strategies for eliminating behaviors that undermine a culture of safety will be discussed.
In recent years, it has become clear that the nature of the relationship between healthcare providers influences patient care. Quality of care and patient safety are both dependent on communication, teamwork, and collaboration. Unfortunately, intimidating and disruptive behavior threatens the performance and productivity of the healthcare team and this behavior is not rare. In fact, as many as 88% of healthcare providers report that they have encountered behavior that undermines a culture of safety, and 11% report that they were involved in a medication error in which this type of behavior played a role. In July of 2008, The Joint Commission issued a Sentinel Event Alert, warning that disruptive and intimidating behaviors can undermine a culture of safety and impede the performance of the healthcare team. All healthcare professionals must be aware of the potential dangers of these types of behaviors and their negative impact not only on patient care but also on staff working relationships and collaboration. This continuing education activity will discuss and define behavior that undermines a culture of safety and address situations where these types of events are most likely to occur. The consequences of intimidating and disruptive behaviors will be discussed so that learners have a clear understanding of how this behavior undermines a culture of safety and potentially results in a decrease in care quality. Best practice strategies for eliminating behaviors that undermine a culture of safety will be discussed.
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Produced by: HealthStream
The ACLS Instructor Essentials Course is designed to prepare instructor candidates to teach AHA Instructor-led and blended learning courses. The course educates instructor candidates on how to adequately use...
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The ACLS Instructor Essentials Course is designed to prepare instructor candidates to teach AHA Instructor-led and blended learning courses. The course educates instructor candidates on how to adequately use AHA Instructor teaching materials, ensure that students meet learning objectives, offer student coaching skills, provide an objective skills performance evaluation, and follow AHA Instructor and course policies. The course covers core content and discipline-specific content required to teach AHA courses. The ACLS Instructor Essentials Course is taught in a blended-learning format. AHA ACLS Instructor candidates must complete the online portion, followed by the hands-on session conducted by ACLS Training Center Faculty. IMPORTANT: Prior to taking this course, candidates must have a current ACLS Provider course completion card. Candidates who successfully complete the ACLS Instructor Essentials Course, followed by course monitoring, will receive an ACLS Instructor card, valid for two years. ACLS Instructors are then able to teach ACLS Provider courses and conduct HeartCode ACLS Hands-on Sessions.
The ACLS Instructor Essentials Course is designed to prepare instructor candidates to teach AHA Instructor-led and blended learning courses. The course educates instructor candidates on how to adequately use AHA Instructor teaching materials, ensure that students meet learning objectives, offer student coaching skills, provide an objective skills performance evaluation, and follow AHA Instructor and course policies. The course covers core content and discipline-specific content required to teach AHA courses. The ACLS Instructor Essentials Course is taught in a blended-learning format. AHA ACLS Instructor candidates must complete the online portion, followed by the hands-on session conducted by ACLS Training Center Faculty. IMPORTANT: Prior to taking this course, candidates must have a current ACLS Provider course completion card. Candidates who successfully complete the ACLS Instructor Essentials Course, followed by course monitoring, will receive an ACLS Instructor card, valid for two years. ACLS Instructors are then able to teach ACLS Provider courses and conduct HeartCode ACLS Hands-on Sessions.
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Produced by: AHA - American Heart Association