This two day, educational program is constructed to give health care professionals, like you, with tips, tools, and strategies to be successful in maintaining or achieving ambulatory care accreditation with The Joint Commission. Obtain currency with any revisions in The Joint Commission’s survey process and key updates related to the ambulatory care standards. The spectrum of hot topics are many! It promises to be a content-rich program that also recognizes the value of patient safety, quality, and process improvements in ambulatory care settings, which includes networking with your ambulatory peers. It happens annually, please don’t miss it!
Who Should Attend?
Any healthcare related professional interested in Joint Commission’s accreditation standards related to Ambulatory Care! You may be an advanced beginner to an expert in Joint Commission’s accreditation standards for ambulatory care. This may include, but not limited to administrators, clinical leadership, managers, and others in the role of RNs, Pharmacists, Physicians, etc. And, you may find yourself working in: Ambulatory Heath Care Settings, that may include: Ambulatory surgery, community health, dental settings, primary care, office-based surgery, diagnostic imaging, telehealth, convenient care, urgent care, kidney care, sleep services or other ambulatory care settings.
What Will You Learn?
Please start by checking out the program agenda and objectives; they portray the story of what is being presented. It is a detailed, specific list! After reviewing this program’s agenda, related topics, and subject matter experts, you may see that this event has been crafted for each learner to gain more insight into the current ambulatory care accreditation processes by The Joint Commission, and recognizing opportunities to improve your patient safety care processes and sustain gains in your delivery of quality ambulatory care.
Extend your learning by attending the Primary Care Medical Home Pre-Conference on November 13th. This event will help you prepare for Joint Commission Primary Care Medical Home Certification.rts.
Start and End Times
Day #1: Start and end times: 8:00am-4:30pm
Day #2: Start and end times: 8:00am-3:45pm
CEs To be announced once program agenda is confirmed.
Summary of Continuing Education Contact Hours awarded for this program:
ACCME: 13 - CME - AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™ACHE: 13 - CEANCC: 13 - CECA Board of Registered Nursing: 13 - CECJCP: 13 - Credit Hours Towards RecertificationIACET: 1.3 - CEUDownload Continuing Education Fact Sheet
Crowne Plaza Chicago O'Hare 5440 North River RoadRosemont, IL 60018More Details Room Rate: $159.00 Single $159.00 DoubleCut-off date: 10/25/2018Call for Special Rates: 877-337-5793More Details To see CSR pricing, please log in
Ambulatory Care Conference: November 14-15, 2018