Accreditation

Join our last Accreditation Specialist Boot Camp of 2016

Accreditation Insider, December 6, 2016

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The final HCPro Accreditation Specialist Boot Camp of the year is coming up fast. Sign up now for your last chance to learn from instructor Jean S. Clark, RHIA, CSHA, who has more than 30 years of real-world experience and expertise in regulatory and accreditation compliance. The final boot camp will be December 12-14 in Orlando, Fla.

We call it a boot camp because it’s focused, in-depth training and when you finish the class, you’ll be an accreditation expert and ready to handle whatever your organization needs, such as:
 

  •   Identifying organizational weaknesses to improve survey results

  •   Knowing which regulations are applicable to your organization

  •   Interpreting accreditation standards and regulations

  •   Maintaining organizational readiness and identify vulnerabilities

  •   Implementing continuous survey readiness plans

  •   Coordinating site visits

  •   Identifying future trends likely to affect organizational compliance

  •   Responding to survey results, findings, and Requirements for Improvement

The Accreditation Specialist Boot Camps provide in-depth explanations of CMS and Joint Commission requirements, and briefly cover HFAP and DNV standards if students are accredited by those bodies. Instructors focus on teaching participants how to integrate continuous survey readiness into daily operations. Plus, you will leave with an entire catalogue of tools, templates, and resources that you can use at your organization.

Unique features of this Boot Camp include:

•    Custom-designed course materials: All course materials were custom developed for the Boot Camp's intensive learning format
•    Take-home tools: Head home armed with customizable tools that will save you time
•    Hands-on teaching methods: Each course module includes exercises that are reviewed and discussed in class
•    Small class size: The number of participants is limited to retain a low student-teacher ratio
 
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