The Ambulatory Care Breakfast Briefings Webinar Series is the essential education your organization needs and is now available as a series of On-Demand prerecorded videos. This 12-part webinar series is your go-to webinar to hear the latest on the Comprehensive Accreditation Manual for Ambulatory Care (CAMAC), and is a great way to prepare your staff and maintain compliance in the coming year, all the while reducing the costs of travel and time. Receive a complete overview of the standards, and any known changes including that of the survey process as you prepare for the coming year. All sessions will provide an overview, chapter by chapter led by Joint Commission enterprise leaders with insight and knowledge, providing tips and best practices for success. This distance learning opportunity really helps you maximize your education budget dollars by having your whole team attend.
Upon completion of the webinar series, participants should be able to:
1. Describe the updates and revisions to the ambulatory standards
2. Discuss the elements of performance as it relates to their role in accreditation preparation
3. Identify and discuss new changes to the survey process with peers and colleagues.
This series intended for all levels of professionals who need to know the ambulatory care standards, and survey process. This may include, but is not limited to: administrators, clinical leadership, managers, and clinical professionals such as nurses, pharmacists, physicians, and social workers. The standards surround ambulatory surgery centers, 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.
You can watch the recordings at any time after the premiere date. Refer to the webinar schedule for details. Access to this content is available until August 23, 2024.
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