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Apr
8
Wed
HCAN Finance Peer-to-Peer Network Webinar @ Webinar
Apr 8 @ 9:00 am – 10:00 am
Apr
22
Wed
HCAN Finance Peer-to-Peer Learning Network: “340B – Demonstrate Use of Savings” @ Webinar
Apr 22 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm
Apr
24
Fri
Spanish Language Intensive Training: Spanish Language for Health Care Professionals @ Denver Medical Society
Apr 24 – Apr 27 all-day

CHAMPS Spanish Language Training– This popular event, offered in partnership with Denver Medical Society, provides medical Spanish language training for clinicians and clinical support staff at Region VIII health centers. This four-day course is an intensive, conversational and medical Spanish workshop consisting of medical dialogues, role-plays, visual aids, cross-cultural discussions, and daily practice. The course curriculum provides an experience of immersion learning, an approach that is highly suitable for those with limited time, and who must use their new language skills immediately with their Spanish-speaking patients.

When: April 24-27 Where: Denver, CO

Find more information and register for this training here.

Bridges to Health and Healthcare: New solutions for improving access and services @ East and West campuses of CRMC
Apr 24 @ 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Understanding Consumers Living In Poverty– Sponsored by the Wyoming Institute of Population Health, this training is being at Cheyenne Regional Medical Center and is entitled Bridges to Health and Healthcare: New Solutions for Improving Access and Services. This local training seeks to provide a fresh opportunity to improve health outcomes and participants will learn to engage individuals across the economic spectrum, reduce costs while achieving positive outcomes, and design services for increasing diversity.

Download the flyer today to see training dates and register!

Bridges to Health and Healthcare: New solutions for improving access and services  provides a fresh opportunity to improve health outcomes. Healthcare providers will learn to:

– Engage and better serve individuals across the economic spectrum
– Reduce costs while achieving more successful patient outcomes
– Communicate complex medical information more clearly
– Design services to account for increasing diversity within communities
– Increase effectiveness within successful, patient-centered care initiatives

Apr
28
Tue
Spanish Language Intensive Training: Medical Spanish Language for Clinical Support Staff @ Denver Medical Society
Apr 28 – Apr 29 all-day

CHAMPS Spanish Language Training– This popular event, offered in partnership with Denver Medical Society, provides medical Spanish language training for clinicians and clinical support staff at Region VIII health centers. This four-day course is an intensive, conversational and medical Spanish workshop consisting of medical dialogues, role-plays, visual aids, cross-cultural discussions, and daily practice. The course curriculum provides an experience of immersion learning, an approach that is highly suitable for those with limited time, and who must use their new language skills immediately with their Spanish-speaking patients.

When: April 24-27  Where: Denver, CO

Find more information and register for this training here.

 

Apr
29
Wed
Finance Workshop: Strategies for Financial & Operational Success
Apr 29 – Apr 30 all-day

Nebraska and Kansas finance and accounting staff have the opportunity to collaborate with Lutz on data driven, real-life concepts that could be incorporated into the workplace. This workshop will focus on fundamentals for financial and operational success in a community health center setting, including accounting and financial statement fundamentals, revenue cycle education and discussion of best practices.

Recommended Audience:

  • Chief Financial Officers
  • Accounting Team
  • Revenue Cycle Team

*Registration Opening Soon!*

May
8
Fri
HCAN NACHC-Supported Training for Clinical Directors @ Hilton Garden Inn Aksarben Village
May 8 – May 9 all-day

NACHC Training for Clinical Directors provides the core knowledge and competencies that all health center Clinical Directors need to function as effective managers, leaders, and advocates for their health centers and communities. In addition to providing contextual knowledge regarding the history, terminology, political evolution, and regulatory expectations of the Health Center Movement, course content also focuses on developing competencies in evolving healthcare issues.

When: May 8-9, 2020

Where: Omaha, NE

Registration is limited to 50 attendees, so click here to register today!

May
13
Wed
HCAN Finance Peer-to-Peer Network Webinar @ Webinar
May 13 @ 9:00 am – 10:00 am
May
27
Wed
HCAN Finance Peer-to-Peer Learning Network: “Risk Adjustment Coding and Documentation” @ Webinar
May 27 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm
Bridges to Health and Healthcare: New solutions for improving access and services @ East and West campuses of CRMC
May 27 @ 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Understanding Consumers Living In Poverty– Sponsored by the Wyoming Institute of Population Health, this training is being at Cheyenne Regional Medical Center and is entitled Bridges to Health and Healthcare: New Solutions for Improving Access and Services. This local training seeks to provide a fresh opportunity to improve health outcomes and participants will learn to engage individuals across the economic spectrum, reduce costs while achieving positive outcomes, and design services for increasing diversity.

Download the flyer today to see training dates and register!

Bridges to Health and Healthcare: New solutions for improving access and services  provides a fresh opportunity to improve health outcomes. Healthcare providers will learn to:

– Engage and better serve individuals across the economic spectrum
– Reduce costs while achieving more successful patient outcomes
– Communicate complex medical information more clearly
– Design services to account for increasing diversity within communities
– Increase effectiveness within successful, patient-centered care initiatives

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