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The Ambulatory Surgery Center Association (ASCA) is the national membership association that represents ambulatory surgery centers (ASCs) and provides advocacy and resources to assist ASCs in delivering high...
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The Ambulatory Surgery Center Association (ASCA) is the national membership association that represents ambulatory surgery centers (ASCs) and provides advocacy and resources to assist ASCs in delivering high quality, cost-effective ambulatory surgery to all the patients they serve. Developed by leading Subject Matter Experts, the ASCA Ambulatory Surgery Center Regulatory Training Series is a collection of titles designed to train your staff on the most current standards of care. The library contains clinical and non clinical courses to help your organization improve competency, reduce risk, and maintain compliace.
The Ambulatory Surgery Center Association (ASCA) is the national membership association that represents ambulatory surgery centers (ASCs) and provides advocacy and resources to assist ASCs in delivering high quality, cost-effective ambulatory surgery to all the patients they serve. Developed by leading Subject Matter Experts, the ASCA Ambulatory Surgery Center Regulatory Training Series is a collection of titles designed to train your staff on the most current standards of care. The library contains clinical and non clinical courses to help your organization improve competency, reduce risk, and maintain compliace.
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Produced by: Ambulatory Surgery Center Association (ASCA)
Home Heath and Hospice content
Home Heath and Hospice content
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Produced by: Home Care Institute
Developed by leading subject matter experts, HealthStream’s Home Health and Hospice Regulatory Library is a collection of titles designed to train your staff on the most current regulations and standards of...
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Developed by leading subject matter experts, HealthStream’s Home Health and Hospice Regulatory Library is a collection of titles designed to train your staff on the most current regulations and standards of care.
Developed by leading subject matter experts, HealthStream’s Home Health and Hospice Regulatory Library is a collection of titles designed to train your staff on the most current regulations and standards of care.
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Produced by: HealthStream, Inc.
Regulatory content to meet all annual required training in Post-Acute
Regulatory content to meet all annual required training in Post-Acute
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Produced by: HealthStream, Inc.
Top level training and CE's for Certified Nursing Assistants
Top level training and CE's for Certified Nursing Assistants
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Produced by: IPCed-Institute for Professional Care Education
Fulfills CE needs for Clinical and non-clinical staff in a number of PAC settings
Fulfills CE needs for Clinical and non-clinical staff in a number of PAC settings
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Produced by: IPCed-Institute for Professional Care Education
WA State approved content for Post Acute care workers
WA State approved content for Post Acute care workers
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Produced by: IPCed-Institute for Professional Care Education
KnowledgeQ® allows organizations to invest training resources smarter by better understanding where their organization is at risk, how their annual mandatory training program compares to the industry...
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KnowledgeQ® allows organizations to invest training resources smarter by better understanding where their organization is at risk, how their annual mandatory training program compares to the industry standard, and the overall performance of employees on annual mandatory training measures.
KnowledgeQ® allows organizations to invest training resources smarter by better understanding where their organization is at risk, how their annual mandatory training program compares to the industry standard, and the overall performance of employees on annual mandatory training measures.
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Produced by: HealthStream, Inc.
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.
Provide nationally accredited CE for Occupational and Physical Therapist alike.
Provide nationally accredited CE for Occupational and Physical Therapist alike.
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Produced by: Ed4Online
RepDirect is a collection of courses including AORN OR Protocol, HIPAA and Bloodborne Pathogens to ensure your Healthcare Industry Representations are well-versed in hospital best practices, patient safety...
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RepDirect is a collection of courses including AORN OR Protocol, HIPAA and Bloodborne Pathogens to ensure your Healthcare Industry Representations are well-versed in hospital best practices, patient safety and privacy protocols.
RepDirect is a collection of courses including AORN OR Protocol, HIPAA and Bloodborne Pathogens to ensure your Healthcare Industry Representations are well-versed in hospital best practices, patient safety and privacy protocols.
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Produced by: HealthStream, Inc.
Safety in transportation
Safety in transportation
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Produced by: Ed4Online
Workforce Compliance for Post-Acute organizations
Workforce Compliance for Post-Acute organizations
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Produced by: Ed4Online
Healthcare facilities are entrusted with providing safe and secure environments for their patients, staff, and visitors. Each facility is responsible for developing its own plan of action to address...
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Healthcare facilities are entrusted with providing safe and secure environments for their patients, staff, and visitors. Each facility is responsible for developing its own plan of action to address issues that may threaten the safety of its occupants. Among these issues is the threat of an active shooter in the healthcare facility. An active shooter incident could occur anywhere, with little or no warning. Having an emergency operations plan could make the difference in what could be a life or death situation. This course ensures learners are prepared to make difficult decisions that could impact their own life and the lives of the patients they care for. The course provides a foundational level of knowledge on how to recognize indicators of potential violence, and how to become familiar with the various response concepts. This pro-active approach helps prepare staff about how to think and act ensuring they become familiar with several of the possible responses they can follow in an active shooter incident.
Healthcare facilities are entrusted with providing safe and secure environments for their patients, staff, and visitors. Each facility is responsible for developing its own plan of action to address issues that may threaten the safety of its occupants. Among these issues is the threat of an active shooter in the healthcare facility. An active shooter incident could occur anywhere, with little or no warning. Having an emergency operations plan could make the difference in what could be a life or death situation. This course ensures learners are prepared to make difficult decisions that could impact their own life and the lives of the patients they care for. The course provides a foundational level of knowledge on how to recognize indicators of potential violence, and how to become familiar with the various response concepts. This pro-active approach helps prepare staff about how to think and act ensuring they become familiar with several of the possible responses they can follow in an active shooter incident.
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Produced by: HealthStream
Healthcare facilities are entrusted with providing safe and secure environments for their patients, staff, and visitors. Each facility is responsible for developing its own plan of action to address issues...
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Healthcare facilities are entrusted with providing safe and secure environments for their patients, staff, and visitors. Each facility is responsible for developing its own plan of action to address issues that may threaten the safety of its occupants. Among these safety issues is the threat of an active shooter in the healthcare facility. Although this issue is not a common occurrence, it could occur anywhere, with little or no warning. Having an emergency operations plan could make a difference in what could be a life or death situation. This course ensures learners are prepared to make difficult decisions that could impact their own life and the lives of their patients they care for. The course provides a foundational level of knowledge on how to recognize indicators of potential violence, and how to become familiar with the various response concepts. This pro-active approach helps prepare staff about how to think and act ensuring they become familiar with several of the possible responses they can follow in an active shooter incident.
Healthcare facilities are entrusted with providing safe and secure environments for their patients, staff, and visitors. Each facility is responsible for developing its own plan of action to address issues that may threaten the safety of its occupants. Among these safety issues is the threat of an active shooter in the healthcare facility. Although this issue is not a common occurrence, it could occur anywhere, with little or no warning. Having an emergency operations plan could make a difference in what could be a life or death situation. This course ensures learners are prepared to make difficult decisions that could impact their own life and the lives of their patients they care for. The course provides a foundational level of knowledge on how to recognize indicators of potential violence, and how to become familiar with the various response concepts. This pro-active approach helps prepare staff about how to think and act ensuring they become familiar with several of the possible responses they can follow in an active shooter incident.
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Produced by: HealthStream
Many healthcare providers have encountered disruptive or intimidating behavior, which: •Threatens the performance and productivity of the healthcare team •Endangers the safety and quality of patient care -Of...
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Many healthcare providers have encountered disruptive or intimidating behavior, which: •Threatens the performance and productivity of the healthcare team •Endangers the safety and quality of patient care -Of healthcare providers surveyed, 11% report that intimidating behavior contributed to a medication error. In July of 2008, The Joint Commission issued a Sentinel Event Alert on Behaviors That Undermine a Culture of Safety.
Many healthcare providers have encountered disruptive or intimidating behavior, which: •Threatens the performance and productivity of the healthcare team •Endangers the safety and quality of patient care -Of healthcare providers surveyed, 11% report that intimidating behavior contributed to a medication error. In July of 2008, The Joint Commission issued a Sentinel Event Alert on Behaviors That Undermine a Culture of Safety.
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Produced by: HealthStream
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
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
Many healthcare providers have encountered disruptive or intimidating behavior, which: •Threatens the performance and productivity of the healthcare team •Endangers the safety and quality of patient care -Of...
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Many healthcare providers have encountered disruptive or intimidating behavior, which: •Threatens the performance and productivity of the healthcare team •Endangers the safety and quality of patient care -Of healthcare providers surveyed, 11% report that intimidating behavior contributed to a medication error. In July of 2008, The Joint Commission issued a Sentinel Event Alert on Behaviors That Undermine a Culture of Safety.
Many healthcare providers have encountered disruptive or intimidating behavior, which: •Threatens the performance and productivity of the healthcare team •Endangers the safety and quality of patient care -Of healthcare providers surveyed, 11% report that intimidating behavior contributed to a medication error. In July of 2008, The Joint Commission issued a Sentinel Event Alert on Behaviors That Undermine a Culture of Safety.
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Produced by: HealthStream
This course will help you: •Improve drug safety in your ambulatory surgery center (ASC) •Comply with accreditation standards related to drug safety •Learn the common causes of drug errors •Learn methods for...
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This course will help you: •Improve drug safety in your ambulatory surgery center (ASC) •Comply with accreditation standards related to drug safety •Learn the common causes of drug errors •Learn methods for avoiding errors •Identify methods for improving drug safety •Recognize how to reconcile medications across a patient’s care
This course will help you: •Improve drug safety in your ambulatory surgery center (ASC) •Comply with accreditation standards related to drug safety •Learn the common causes of drug errors •Learn methods for avoiding errors •Identify methods for improving drug safety •Recognize how to reconcile medications across a patient’s care
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This course will help you: •Improve drug safety in your ambulatory surgery center (ASC) •Comply with accreditation standards related to drug safety •Learn the common causes of drug errors •Learn methods for...
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This course will help you: •Improve drug safety in your ambulatory surgery center (ASC) •Comply with accreditation standards related to drug safety •Learn the common causes of drug errors •Learn methods for avoiding errors •Identify methods for improving drug safety •Recognize how to reconcile medications across a patient’s care
This course will help you: •Improve drug safety in your ambulatory surgery center (ASC) •Comply with accreditation standards related to drug safety •Learn the common causes of drug errors •Learn methods for avoiding errors •Identify methods for improving drug safety •Recognize how to reconcile medications across a patient’s care
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This course will examine drug errors and hazards. This course will help you: •Keep your patients safe from drug errors •Keep yourself safe when working with hazardous drugs You will learn about:...
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This course will examine drug errors and hazards. This course will help you: •Keep your patients safe from drug errors •Keep yourself safe when working with hazardous drugs You will learn about: •Adverse drug events and drug interactions •High-alert medications •Hazardous drugs and other substances, including medical gases
This course will examine drug errors and hazards. This course will help you: •Keep your patients safe from drug errors •Keep yourself safe when working with hazardous drugs You will learn about: •Adverse drug events and drug interactions •High-alert medications •Hazardous drugs and other substances, including medical gases
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Each year, approximately 1.5 million patients are harmed by medication errors. These preventable drug mistakes occur in healthcare facilities. Most medication errors can be prevented. This course discuss...
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Each year, approximately 1.5 million patients are harmed by medication errors. These preventable drug mistakes occur in healthcare facilities. Most medication errors can be prevented. This course discuss keeping your patients safe from drug errors as well as keeping yourself safe when working with hazardous drugs. Participants will learn about adverse drug events and drug interactions, high-alert medications, and hazardous drugs and other substances, including medical gases.
Each year, approximately 1.5 million patients are harmed by medication errors. These preventable drug mistakes occur in healthcare facilities. Most medication errors can be prevented. This course discuss keeping your patients safe from drug errors as well as keeping yourself safe when working with hazardous drugs. Participants will learn about adverse drug events and drug interactions, high-alert medications, and hazardous drugs and other substances, including medical gases.
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This course will examine drug errors and hazards. This course will help you: •Keep your patients safe from drug errors •Keep yourself safe when working with hazardous drugs You will learn about:...
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This course will examine drug errors and hazards. This course will help you: •Keep your patients safe from drug errors •Keep yourself safe when working with hazardous drugs You will learn about: •Adverse drug events and drug interactions •High-alert medications •Hazardous drugs and other substances, including medical gases
This course will examine drug errors and hazards. This course will help you: •Keep your patients safe from drug errors •Keep yourself safe when working with hazardous drugs You will learn about: •Adverse drug events and drug interactions •High-alert medications •Hazardous drugs and other substances, including medical gases
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Many individuals who are in a hospital or at home following a prolonged illness or injury that impacts mobility become frustrated when they cannot move around as they desire. Mobility and ambulation are...
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Many individuals who are in a hospital or at home following a prolonged illness or injury that impacts mobility become frustrated when they cannot move around as they desire. Mobility and ambulation are important to overall health and recovery from illness and injury. Often, this recovery includes the support of care providers skilled in lifting, moving, and supporting an individual with limited mobility. Some patients also need help with their basic needs because they not longer possess enough movement control to complete hygiene or other daily tasks without assistance. This course discusses how care providers can offer support to individuals with mobility and ambulation issues, whether that includes minimal support or more extensive lifting and transferring needs.
Many individuals who are in a hospital or at home following a prolonged illness or injury that impacts mobility become frustrated when they cannot move around as they desire. Mobility and ambulation are important to overall health and recovery from illness and injury. Often, this recovery includes the support of care providers skilled in lifting, moving, and supporting an individual with limited mobility. Some patients also need help with their basic needs because they not longer possess enough movement control to complete hygiene or other daily tasks without assistance. This course discusses how care providers can offer support to individuals with mobility and ambulation issues, whether that includes minimal support or more extensive lifting and transferring needs.
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Produced by: Ed4Online