Channel - IHA Education
A collection of IHA education recordings.
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Embracing the Journey, Guiding and Preparing the Aging Population in Life Planning Needs
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7/25/2019 3:35:21 PM
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An Innovation Approach to Reducing Readmissions
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7/24/2019 6:41:30 PM
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Budget Mitigation Strategy: Creating a Win-Win for Hospitals and Dialysis Patients
The number of Americans without health insurance is growing. UnityPoint Health-Des Moines is seeing increasingly more patients that lack insurance coverage who present to our Emergency Department in need of acute dialysis services. Dialysis patients impose a disproportionate burden on emergency departments, contributing to ED congestion and increased wait times. Additionally, this patient population’s high cost services pose a significant financial drain on organizations.
Laura Juel, Executive Director-Critical Care/Trauma/Neurosciences/Stroke UnityPoint Health Des Moines
5/15/2019 1:05:00 PM
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Building a Culture of Innovation: Prototyping at the Point of Care
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7/24/2019 6:41:02 PM
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Care Transitions to Improve Care
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Falls Interventions in an inpatient Surgical Unit
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7/25/2019 3:35:37 PM
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High-Reliability Organizations through Team Safety Huddles
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IHA Rural Health Care Innovation Task Force
The IHA Board established a Rural Health Care Innovation Task force that met throughout the winter of 2019. The goal of the taskforce was to review innovative payment and delivery system models being deployed across the country and develop a report and recommendations to be shared with Iowa’s congressional delegation.
Marty Guthmiller, CEO, Orange City Area Health Systems, Orange City
3/26/2019 7:37:15 PM
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Increased Nurse Involvement in Patient and Family Rounds
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7/25/2019 3:35:21 PM
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Informing Patients About Delays
Patients are checking in for appointments and, in cases where there has been an extended wait before they’re seen, are not being provided status updates. Press Ganey surveys include two questions that reveal dissatisfaction with how delays are communicated: 1) Degree to which patient was informed about any delays and 2) Wait time at clinic (from arrival to leaving). Both questions are perception based, are highly correlated with the Veterans’ overall experience and have been in the top ten of the Press Ganey Priority Index for the last five years.
John Seals, Administrative Officer, Quality & Safety VA Central Iowa Health Care System, Des Moines
5/15/2019 1:05:00 PM
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Leader Onboarding Effectiveness
The purpose of this project is to assess the effectiveness of new leader onboarding. Effective onboarding of individuals to their new leadership role is critical to the future success of the leader and department. Getting feedback from leaders across the organization who have been through this process will assist in identifying any gaps, assuring to provide the appropriate resources and assist with future planning.
Laurie Bulman, Director of Human Resources Winneshiek Medical Center, Decorah
5/15/2019 1:05:00 PM
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Leading Improvements in Patient Care and Employee Engagement Up, Down or Across the Continuum
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7/24/2019 6:41:30 PM
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Managing Communication and Employee Issues During a Pandemic with Jo Ellen Whitney Davis Brown Law Firm
All employers must be prepared to address pandemic-related concerns. This webinar will focus on common pandemic employment issues specific to health care, including licensure and critical care. Faculty also will provide legislation updates regarding pay, The Family and Medical Leave Act and other items.
JoEllen Whitney, Senior shareholder, David Brown Law Firm
3/27/2020 4:04:28 PM
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Navigating the Implementation of 340B from a Financial Perspective
340B is a drug discount program that requires drug manufacturers to provide outpatient drugs to eligible health care organizations at significantly reduced prices. Critical Access Hospitals are considered eligible covered organizations however, start-up costs and the expertise needed to set up a 340B program, can be a considerable burden. This project looks at the financial impact of implementing a 340B program that fully maximizes cost savings and demonstrates how it can be a financial win for the organization.
Tonya Johnson, Tonya Johnson Director of Finance Mercy Medical Center Dubuque
5/15/2019 1:05:00 PM
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New Hospital Executive Briefing
Kirk Norris, President and CEO, IHA
9/17/2019 6:29:26 PM
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Night Owls Create a Night Shift-Friendly Workplace
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7/24/2019 6:41:02 PM
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NOONS in JUNE: June 4: Hannah Ubl, Communication and Culture Expert Promo
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6/1/2020 6:58:19 PM
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Pharmacist Rounding in an Inpatient Setting
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7/24/2019 6:41:02 PM
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Quality Reporting
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7/25/2019 3:35:37 PM
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Rapid Improvement Projects
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Revenue-cycle crisis management: COVID-19
As the health care industry faces the COVID-19 crisis, hospitals must ensure that their revenue-cycle is up to the challenge. The incorporation of remote staffing, volume variability, payor-mix changes, and cash-flow interruptions have the potential to challenge the financial viability of every organization. The revenue-cycle must provide timely, consistent information to allow leadership to manage and anticipate cash flow and customer concerns. This webinar will detail the importance of establishing daily revenue-cycle dashboard reports, provide detailed coding guidance, illustrate best practices for remote staff management, and discuss strategies for successfully billing and coding telehealth services. The goal of this presentation is to ensure the revenue cycle supports and enhances the clinical support hospitals provide its patients and community.
John Behn, Stroudwater Revenue Cycle Solutions
3/27/2020 8:04:35 PM
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Running the Marathon of Labor on an Empty Stomach
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7/25/2019 3:35:37 PM
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Security and Safety of Emergency Entrance/Waiting Area
There was an increasing number of safety issues in the emergency department (ED) entrance, registration and waiting areas at the hospital. The entrance to the ED entrance was not controlled and was used as an entrance to the main hospital. Staff have felt unsafe in numerous situations and have been injured due to volatile/aggressive patients and visitors. Staff have resigned due to the safety concerns. Visitors and patients have also witnessed violent acts in this area. There were numerous safety issues observed while assessing the physical area and layout of the ED entrance and waiting area.
Jeannette Adamski, Director Support Service, Rehab Service, Occupational Health, Spiritual Care MercyOne North Iowa Medical Center, Mason City
5/15/2019 1:05:00 PM
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Simulation Interviewing
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7/24/2019 6:41:02 PM
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Star Ratings: How CAH Quality Reporting Matters
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7/24/2019 6:41:30 PM
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Unscheduled Deliveries: Standardizing and Reducing the Time from Decision to Incision
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7/24/2019 6:41:30 PM
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Working Together to Reduce Health Care Onset C-Diff Infections
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7/24/2019 6:41:30 PM
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