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Utilization Management Peer Reviewer Training 3

Physicians' Review Network (PRN) has partnered with ABQAURP to provide physicians with an online certificate course in Utilization Management Peer Reviewer Training. The course will present the principles and procedures of Utilization Review and Utilization Management standards as required by URAC's Health Utilization Management Accreditation and American Accreditation Health Care Commission under the Health Utilization Management Standards.

This online certificate course will provide a detailed explanation of how health care professionals can keep medical decisions in the hands of qualified practitioners as peer reviewers.


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Navigating What's Next in Population Health


Chart your course for success! Participate in ABQAURP's 41st Annual online course to integrate expert advice from national quality leaders into your practice while identifying best practices and tools to implement on your path to improving Population Health, Quality, and Patient Safety. Don't miss this opportunity to become familiar with legislation and policy driving MACRA, MIPS, and other reimbursement changes.

Legislating health care policies and regulations is a difficult task that once in practice may have unintended consequences with long-term implications. The good news is that while issues concerning access and reimbursement continue, the underlying work to address population health, quality improvement, and patient safety is forging ahead.

This course was recorded live at our 2018 Annual Health Care Quality & Patient Safety Conference. The 8 hour online course is entitled: Navigating What's Next with Population Health, Quality Improvement, and Patient Safety.


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Behavioral Health-Healthcare Provider Burnout-Opioid Crisis


Legislating health care policies and regulations is a difficult task that once in practice may have unintended consequences with long-term implications. The good news is that while issues concerning access and reimbursement continue, the underlying work to address population health, quality improvement, and patient safety is forging ahead.

This session was recorded live at our 2018 Annual Health Care Quality & Patient Safety Conference and is a portion of the online course entitled: Navigating What's Next with Population Health, Quality Improvement, and Patient Safety. They may be taken individually to earn incremental CME/CE credits. However, if you plan on taking the full 8-hour course, you will not be able to claim credit for these individual sessions.

Among many other issues in health care, two problems are rising to the top: the opioid epidemic and provider burnout. Could there be a connection fueling the two? Discover contributing factors to these epidemics and learn strategies to overcome these obstacles to create better outcomes, both for ourselves and our patients.


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Cybersecurity and Patient Identity Management - A New Era


Legislating health care policies and regulations is a difficult task that once in practice may have unintended consequences with long-term implications. The good news is that while issues concerning access and reimbursement continue, the underlying work to address population health, quality improvement, and patient safety is forging ahead.

This session was recorded live at our 2018 Annual Health Care Quality & Patient Safety Conference and is a portion of the online course entitled: Navigating What's Next with Population Health, Quality Improvement, and Patient Safety.

The care of our patients involves the establishment and the maintenance of their trust. Most important are the proactive steps that need to be taken by covered entities to ensure that protected health information remains private and secure. This course with identify strategies to improve cybersecurity measures and ensure you are making every effort to keep data safe.


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Panel: How Does Engagement Happen?


Legislating health care policies and regulations is a difficult task that once in practice may have unintended consequences with long-term implications. The good news is that while issues concerning access and reimbursement continue, the underlying work to address population health, quality improvement, and patient safety is forging ahead.

This session was recorded live at our 2018 Annual Health Care Quality & Patient Safety Conference and is a portion of the online course entitled: Navigating What's Next with Population Health, Quality Improvement, and Patient Safety.

Engaged employees achieve higher performance benchmarks which results in improved patient outcomes and organizational achievements. This course will provide methods to identify engaged employees and how to avoid turnover and physician burnout to position your organization for success.


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Higher Reliability Journey - Better, Safer, Smarter Care


Legislating health care policies and regulations is a difficult task that once in practice may have unintended consequences with long-term implications. The good news is that while issues concerning access and reimbursement continue, the underlying work to address population health, quality improvement, and patient safety is forging ahead.

This session was recorded live at our 2018 Annual Health Care Quality & Patient Safety Conference and is a portion of the online course entitled: Navigating What's Next with Population Health, Quality Improvement, and Patient Safety.

This session focuses on ensuring success for performance improvement efforts and identifying tools to implement patient safety measures while considering the health care needs of our communities. We will associate the effect that initiatives such as patient/family engagement and high reliability practices have on positive patient outcomes in your organization.


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How the Physician Advisor Intersects with Population Health


Legislating health care policies and regulations is a difficult task that once in practice may have unintended consequences with long-term implications. The good news is that while issues concerning access and reimbursement continue, the underlying work to address population health, quality improvement, and patient safety is forging ahead.

This session was recorded live at our 2018 Annual Health Care Quality & Patient Safety Conference and is a portion of the online course entitled: Navigating What's Next with Population Health, Quality Improvement, and Patient Safety.

This session explores the role of the physician advisor in increasing value from a population health perspective; identifying opportunities to decrease costs while not decreasing quality outcomes.


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Removing Barriers to Achieve Your Population Health Goals


Legislating health care policies and regulations is a difficult task that once in practice may have unintended consequences with long-term implications. The good news is that while issues concerning access and reimbursement continue, the underlying work to address population health, quality improvement, and patient safety is forging ahead.

This session was recorded live at our 2018 Annual Health Care Quality & Patient Safety Conference and is a portion of the online course entitled: Navigating What's Next with Population Health, Quality Improvement, and Patient Safety.

In this era of rising costs and ongoing pressures on reimbursement, the transition to population health is here; sometimes assuming other names such as value-based payments, accountable care, or bundled payments. Caring for large groups of patients, while simultaneously optimizing clinical outcomes and controlling health care costs, gives us the opportunity to organize health care in novel ways. In order to do so successfully, we need to be aware of potential barriers to our success, and identify workable solutions. This course offers methods to realign priorities and goals, implement culture change among patients and providers, and vetting the potential benefits of information technology.


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Essential Role of Quality Improvement in Population Health


Legislating health care policies and regulations is a difficult task that once in practice may have unintended consequences with long-term implications. The good news is that while issues concerning access and reimbursement continue, the underlying work to address population health, quality improvement, and patient safety is forging ahead.

This session was recorded live at our 2018 Annual Health Care Quality & Patient Safety Conference and is a portion of the online course entitled: Navigating What's Next with Population Health, Quality Improvement, and Patient Safety.

This session discusses the role of quality improvement in population health, including measuring quality and the evolution and impact of quality improvements and emerging initiatives.


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Striking A Balance in Transitions of Care Programs


Legislating health care policies and regulations is a difficult task that once in practice may have unintended consequences with long-term implications. The good news is that while issues concerning access and reimbursement continue, the underlying work to address population health, quality improvement, and patient safety is forging ahead.

This session was recorded live at our 2018 Annual Health Care Quality & Patient Safety Conference and is a portion of the online course entitled: Navigating What's Next with Population Health, Quality Improvement, and Patient Safety.

Health care policy change brings innovation, creativity, & opportunity for positive improvement. New care models require processes to promote evidence-based medicine, patient engagement, and care coordination. This course focuses on improving transitions and care coordination through improved communication and collaboration with the physician, patient, and the entire care team.


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