Governing Board presentations are generally planned for 15 – 30 minutes so that they can be provided during a regularly scheduled board meeting.
Description: A presentation describing the core elements of a program, with a focus on the Governing Board’s fiduciary responsibilities related to a corporate compliance program.
Description: A presentation focusing on the Governing Board’s fiduciary responsibility for overseeing credentialing and privileging of medical staff.
Description: A presentation focusing on the Governing Board’s fiduciary responsibility for overseeing quality in the organization. The presentation will include a discussion of regulatory requirements as well as what types of data the board should be reviewing on a regular basis.
Presenter: Joy Smith, Patient Financial Services, Senior Consultant
Description: The presentation will provide a high level overview of the revenue cycle and develop an understanding of the various components that convert services rendered into cash for the hospital.
Description: A presentation highlighting the importance of strong leadership to articulate the expectations of attitudes and behaviors that form an organizational culture. The main tenants of Lean focus on respect for all people and providing the tools and support to those who are closest to the work so that they may make the necessary changes for improvements.
Description: A presentation overview of population health and the how today’s outcomes will impact tomorrow’s reimbursement.
Leadership training can be developed as a one-hour educational program, or up to a full-day as part of your Leadership Institute.
Description: The presentation describes the core elements of a compliance program, regulatory guidance, and the benefits of a program. The education will review similarities and differences between quality, risk, and compliance.
Description: A presentation describes what type of information and under what circumstances information can be released to law enforcement.
Description: A presentation that outlines the Conditions for Certification requirements for RHC’s and how to successfully maintain continuous survey readiness.
Description: A presentation that describes the CMS survey process including what happens before the survey, during the survey, and after the survey. The presentation includes timelines for compliance and tips on how to interact with surveyors.
Description: The presentation will focus on regulatory requirements and continuous survey readiness for CMS, TJC, DNV and HFAP. The education can focus on a specific programs including Hospital, Critical Access Hospital, Rural Health Clinics, or Home Health and Hospice.
Description: Swing Beds are an important resource for the community and for Critical Access Hospitals. Education can be tailored to any aspect of Swing Bed, or a series of educational presentations. Topics include history, regulatory requirements, admission criteria, documentation, growth, and the importance of measuring outcomes.
Description: An overview of QAPI requirements and practical strategies for improving the program and engaging the organization. The presentation can also include quality tools, developing a quality plan, successful auditing, and displaying and interpreting data.
Description: The presentation will describe OASIS, its effect on reimbursement and the 5-Star Rating system. Also included is a review of how case mix is scored, and a discussion related to selected individual OASIS scoring items.
Description: Policies and Procedures are of course required for all healthcare organizations. The presentation focuses on what policies are required, writing P&Ps that are written clearly, and naming conventions that facilitate staff finding a policy quickly.
Description: An educational presentation for both staff responsible for Emergency Preparedness as well as organizational leaders. The presentation will review the current standards, writing the Emergency Management Plan, conducting drills, and after-action reports.
Description: An educational presentation focusing on the regulatory requirements related to the Environment of Care and Life Safety. Checklists for conducting environmental rounds and conducting other required testing will be provided.
Description: The presentation will outline the various reimbursable care coordination services lines that should be incorporated in Primary and Specialty Care.
Description: The presentation will focus on Transitional Care Management (TCM) using a two-pronged approach to avoid hospital penalties and increase clinic revenues.
Description: A presentation providing an overview of HealthTech’s strategic planning process with focus on the board’s role. HealthTech recommends updating a hospital’s strategic plan every three years and six months prior to the fiscal year end so the final strategic plan can be considered during the hospital’s budget process.
Description: A presentation about the Community Health Needs Assessments that are required by non-for-profit hospitals and other healthcare entities such as FQHCs and Public Health Departments. A systematic process is used to create a Community Health Needs Assessment. The process focuses on involving the community and key stakeholders to identify and analyze the needs of the community and gain an understanding of the resources that are available and those that may be needed to address the unmet needs of the community. Plus, learn how to use the information gathered in the CHNA for the hospital’s strategic plan.