All 7 sessions release on June 1, 2021, and the complete program will be accessible through June 1, 2022.
These will be pre-recorded sessions and will not be live. The recording can be accessed through the Learning Management System.
Gather your team together to take part in viewing this webinar topic, at your team's convenience, be it on the scheduled release date or a later date. Take advantage of stopping and playing the webinar for individual note taking or team discussions. Then, make sure to compile a list of questions to submit to JCR for returned answers, directly from faculty and our subject matter experts.
Webinar #1 – Requirements
The first webinar in this series will provide an in-depth review of the requirements for Comprehensive Stroke Center (CSC) Certification highlighting those that current CSC organizations have found the most challenging to meet. Program and Practitioner volume and coverage will be addressed as well as educational requirements.
Webinar #2 - The Onsite Review Process
In this webinar, faculty will review the on-site review process for Comprehensive Stroke Center (CSC) Certification. Hear about the review team, and the steps necessary to begin certification. Learn about the day of the certification review and the objectives of the tracer methodology review process (including individual tracer activity and system tracer data-use). Learn how the review activities impact the scoring and the assessment of compliance with the standards, and their relationship to the quality and safety of patient care. Proactively prepare your center for review, learn from your peers through the 10-minute Q&A session, and be ready for your on-site review day(s).
Webinar #3 - New, Revised, and Challenging Standards
This webinar will focus on standards, and expectations set forth by the Joint Commission to help you ensure success. Faculty will review not only the current Standards, what we know for 2021-2022, but will present the Challenging Standards to date. You will hear about tips for compliance, in addition to a review of the Requirements and Rationales, and Elements of Performance. Get a comprehensive review of what you need to know to achieve your Center’s performance expectations.
Webinar #4 - Clinical Practice Guidelines
This webinar will focus on how a Comprehensive Stroke Center should demonstrate conformity with clinical practice guidelines or evidence-based practice. Learn the appropriate Clinical Practice Guidelines (CPG) selections, the purpose of them, and when it is appropriate to consider using outside CPGs for given situations. Faculty will discuss the characteristics/appropriateness of “Good” Clinical Practice Guidelines and comprehensiveness required, tips for selecting guidelines, the unique factors for Comprehensive Stroke Centers that should be considered.
Webinar #5 - Performance Measures for Comprehensive Stroke Centers
Hear directly from our subject matter expert form the Division of Healthcare Quality Evaluation about performance measurement for Comprehensive Stroke Centers (CSC) Certification. Faculty will provide an in-depth review of the outcome measure CSTK-10 Modified Rankin Score at 90 Days, the requirements, best practices for data collection, along with lessons learned and evaluation tips. Learn how to directly apply techniques using this measure, which is also relatable to the other complex measures CSC’s are utilizing.
Webinar #6 – Tracer Review of the Interventional Suite
This webinar will provide listeners with an overview of how Reviewers will conduct a tracer review, what the expectations are, how to prepare by using one of the most complex stroke cases, walking through tracer findings and each step of the process.
Webinar #7 – Preparing for Initial Comprehensive Stroke Certification Utilizing a Gap Analysis Process
This bonus webinar to the series will close the loop on the previous content provided. Learn from one of JCR’s Principal Consultants how to conduct a gap analysis, linking standards and guidelines, and most importantly, how to ensure a resolution and plan for any gaps. Faculty will help you better understand how to guide you through the process of a gap analysis, data collection, and best practices and plan for implementation.
This schedule is subject to change.