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FORWARD THINKING
FOR 40 YEARS.

2015 AMBULATORY CARE CONFERENCE

November 4 – 5, 2015 | Rosemont, IL

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EXPLORING PCMH
CERTIFICATION.

2015 AMBULATORY CARE PCMH
PRE-CONFERENCE SESSION

NOVEMBER 3, 2015 | ROSEMONT, IL

Who Should Attend

The 2015 Ambulatory Care Conference is a must-attend event for those responsible for their organization’s ambulatory care accreditation efforts, including professionals working in:

  • Ambulatory or office-based surgery
  • Community health
  • Primary, convenient, or urgent care
  • Diagnostic imaging
  • Telehealth
  • Kidney care
  • Sleep services

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

Join a diverse team of professionals for a look at the past, present, and future of ambulatory care. Joint Commission experts will discuss previous lessons and examine standards updates, and peer presenters will share real-life experiences and the solutions they’ve employed to improve performance.

LEARN FROM THE PAST. PREPARE FOR THE FUTURE.
Discover how organizations have harnessed past learnings to elevate performance, and learn how to facilitate change to make the most of emerging trends ranging from patient engagement to telehealth and health metrics.

MASTERING THE MOST CHALLENGING STANDARDS
Examine the standards that prove most challenging come survey time, get answers to your most pressing questions, and explore strategies to help you achieve on-going survey readiness.

THROUGH THE EYES AND HEARTS OF PATIENTS
Annie Levy, BFA, Creative Director at the Made Visible Foundation, will put a unique lens on patient care with a thought provoking multimedia presentation. Her compelling session will let you look at health care through the eyes of the people you serve, and may just change the way you interact with patients and incorporate their voices into the care you provide.

GROUP BREAKOUT SESSIONS: FOCUS ON YOUR NEEDS
Dive into your area of focus with two tracks of group sessions driven by learning needs. Day 1 will focus on standards updates and hot topics across two tracks (Track 1—Medical/Dental/Episodic; Track 2—Surgical & Diagnostic/Therapeutic). Day 2 will feature newcomer and advanced tracks addressing compliance issues, performance improvement methods, data collection, and analysis.

WHY YOU SHOULD REGISTER

This two-day conference will build on The Joint Commission’s four decades of experience in ambulatory care by exploring changing dynamics across this multilayered segment of health care. You’ll discuss technologies and trends shaping the field as a whole, learn how to champion and implement change in your organization, and focus on person-centered strategies to help ensure that your patients receive the highest level of quality and individualized care.

 

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Who Should Attend

The Joint Commission’s Primary Care Medical Home (PCMH): Ambulatory Care Pre-Conference session is a can’t-miss opportunity for those considering adding PCMH certification to their organization’s ambulatory care accreditation.

  • Physicians, nurses, primary care clinicians
  • Leaders of ambulatory care organizations
  • Other health-care related professionals who work in the ambulatory care setting focusing on accreditation and/or PCMH certification standards

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

A team of experts from The Joint Commission will provide a deep dive into the transformative Primary Care Medical Home model and how Joint Commission certification can prepare you to implement and sustain this innovative approach to primary care.

WHAT, WHY, HOW: AN INTRO TO PRIMARY CARE MEDICAL HOME CERTIFICATION
Get an overview of the PCMH model and certification requirements and discover tips, tools, and compliance strategies to help guide your organization down the path to certification.

HEAR FROM THOSE WHO’VE TAKEN THE PCMH JOURNEY
Gain first-hand insight as representatives from PCMH-certified organizations describe the strategies they employed to secure certification and to implement the medical home model to enhance their effectiveness in serving their patients.

SMALL GROUP EXERCISE: PCMH IMPLEMENTATION AND MAINTENANCE
Discuss standardized scenarios in small working groups to gain a greater understanding of Primary Care Medical Home implementation and standards compliance.

WHY YOU SHOULD REGISTER

The Primary Care Medical Home model is changing the way primary care is delivered. This interactive workshop will closely examine this innovative model and help teach you how to achieve Joint Commission PCMH certification so you can show your patients that you are dedicated to providing the highest level of patient-centered, accessible, coordinated, and comprehensive care.

 

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