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HR for Healthcare Library
Training Today
5 hrs
$1,098
The HR training for Healthcare library covers important laws and regulations that HR and HC administrators need to know in order to best manage staff. From healthcare compensation and benefits to handling claims, each course in this library is interactive, engaging, and quick — all sessions are less than 30 minutes. Most sessions include helpful attachments and handouts to increase learning retention, as well as quizzes to keep track of how trainees are doing.View a printable list of this library's courses and descriptions
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Work Health and Safety
Interaction Training
40 mins
A$60 + GST
Work Health and Safety (WHS) refers to the legislation, policies, procedures and activities that aim to protect the health, safety and welfare of all people at the workplace. WHS recognises that persons conducting a business or undertaking and their officers have a responsibility to protect workers and other persons by implementing and monitoring WHS policies, procedures and programs. This course will guide you through WHS requirements, and the policies and procedures that will help protect you from incidents and injury in the workplace.
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Compliance Brief Interactive: Documentation in Healthcare
Course Description: This 7-minute interactive module incorporates an engaging hand-drawn whiteboard video with three real-world assessment situations, designed to help refresh everyone's understanding of Documentation in Healthcare and ensure best decisions.
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Positive Behaviour Support Training
Rod Catterall & Associates
6 hrs
A$3,300
Rod Catterall & AssociatesAll training is tailored to suit and run in house for small groups of 20 staff or larger groups on request. As such the requested fee is for a single booking and not per person. We run training Australia wide and have a highly qualified team of training associates who all have a great deal of experience presenting to organisations within Australia on issues pertaining to occupational violence.Course OverviewPositive Behaviour Support (PBS) can be tailored to the individual or as a standard package. This training package is a pre requisite before doing the Ethical Response Safety Training. PBS is aimed at staff who work with a person with an intellectual disability.  In this workshop the following will be covered: introduction to what is person centered practice, information collecting around getting to know the person – (incl impact of trauma & attachment, human relations) proactive approach – (incl what are behaviours of concern, warnings sign and triggers, behaviour recording, reasons behind the behaviour), functional behaviour assessment process- incl positive replacement behaviours, de escalation strategies, self control & self care, crisis communication, & communication continuum, and stress cycle).  Some of our PBS content is drawn from the DHHS Nationally Accredited 3 day version of Positive Behaviour Support Training Package.Learning OutcomesThe purpose of this package is for participants to learn about:the interrelationship that exists between personal background factors and behaviours of concernthe interrelationship of bio-psychosocial factors and behaviours of concernwhy people communicate and/or show behaviours of concernthe value of a functional behaviour assessmenthow to provide positive behaviour supportthe importance of self control strategies.
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Patient Status Essentials for Case Managers
HC Pro
27 mins
$49
Course OverviewThis course will focus on the challenge of ensuring accurate patient status assignments. While it is physicians who are charged with determining patient status in the hospital, the case manager plays a critical role in helping to ensure these decisions are correct. During utilization review, case managers often review patient status, ensure it meets criteria, and identify whether documentation supports medical necessity. This course will cover how to determine whether a patient status assignment is accurate. It will also provide an overview of the elements that must be present in physician documentation to support medical necessity and patient status, and discuss the impact of the 2-midnight rule on this documentation. The course will additionally note potential challenges in complying with the 2-midnight rule and strategies to overcome them. Finally, it will outline how to create a successful audit process—one designed to find potential patient status problems—and how to form strategies to establish corrective actions that prevent future status errors.Learning ObjectivesAt the completion of this course, the student will be able to:Identify the challenges related to assigning correct patient statusDiscuss the role of the case manager in ensuring correct patient status assignments and in supporting physicians’ status determinationsOutline the changes brought on by the 2-midnight ruleIdentify potential compliance challenges with the 2-midnight ruleDiscuss the importance of a strong audit process and how to put one in placeDuration27 minutes
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Population Health in Case Management
HC Pro
21 mins
$49
Course OverviewHealthcare is shifting from a volume-based to a value-based model, and population health initiatives can help organizations transition into this new world of higher-quality, cost-effective care. Population health programs work to improve the health of groups of patients, often focusing on high-risk groups such as those with chronic conditions (e.g., diabetes, congestive heart failure, myocardial infarction, or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease). In the early days of healthcare reform, nurse case managers were identified as having a critical role—together with physicians—in managing effective population health measures. This course will discuss setting goals for a population health program, identifying high-risk patients, working with common elements to improve care for complex patients, and strengthening care through disease-specific, evidence-based practices.Learning ObjectivesAt the completion of this course, the student will be able to:Identify how population health programs can help organizations transition to the value-based healthcare modelDiscuss how to identify high-risk patientsIdentify strategies for managing the health of patients with complex medical needsDiscuss what common elements population health programs should includeDiscuss how to use evidence-based practices to improve careDuration21 minutes
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The Role of Case Managers in Transfers, Discharges, and Readmissions
HC Pro
25 mins
$49
Course OverviewThis course will discuss the case manager’s role as the patient is moving from the hospital into another setting of care, whether through transfer or discharge. It will also focus on how to ensure these transitions are seamless and successful, as well as how to prevent avoidable readmissions, particularly among high-risk patients leaving the hospital. A readmission prevention program should include several components. One is a risk assessment to identify patients at risk for a readmission. Also key are strategies that take into account not only medical factors, but social, cultural, and behavioral considerations as well—all of which may present barriers to a successful discharge.Learning ObjectivesAt the completion of this course, the student will be able to:Describe the case manager’s role in moving the patient to the next level of care, whether through a transfer or dischargeIdentify strategies to ensure efficient and successful transitionsDiscuss the importance of proper planning to prevent avoidable readmissionsIdentify strategies to determine which patients are at high risk for a readmissionDescribe strategies to help prevent avoidable readmissions, particularly among high-risk groupsDuration25 minutes
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CDI Competency Assessment (Extended)
HC Pro
$195
Course OverviewThe CDI Competency Assessment is the perfect tool to self-assess your CDI educational needs, or to evaluate your staff to pinpoint areas where they will benefit from education. This 100-question, easy-to-use online assessment tool is divided into four sections:General knowledgeClinical contentICD-10-PCSQuality and risk adjustmentAs students work through the assessment, they are provided feedback on their level of proficiency for each topic. Use the “Reading Your Results” guide to identify areas of strength and areas for further study and review.Contributor BiosLaurie Prescott, MSN, RN, CCDS, CDIP, CRC,is the CDI education director at HCPro, an H3.Group brand, in Middleton, Massachusetts. She is an instructor for the CDI Boot Camps, a subject matter expert for ACDIS, a member of the CCDS exam board, and a member of the ACDIS Advisory Board. Prescott is a frequent speaker on webinars and the author of The Clinical Documentation Improvement Specialist’s Complete Training Guide and The Essential Guide to Supporting Quality Measures Through Documentation Improvement.Allen Frady, RN, BSN, CCDS, CCS, CRC, is a CDI Educator at HCPro and ACDIS, where he teaches clinical documentation improvement and risk adjustment boot camps and serves as a subject matter expert for ACDIS. Frady is an accomplished consultant and educator with a background in coding and documentation. His experience includes 12 years as a coding consultant, two years as a coding director at a 700-bed academic medical center with a 200-bed children’s hospital, and six years as a CDI consultant. His nursing experience includes work as a case manager and in cardiovascular care in ICU and telemetry. His consulting experience includes auditing and contract work, didactic education, project coordination, and account management. He holds both the CCDS and CCS certifications. He is a frequent speaker at national and state CDI and HIM conferences.Sharme Brodie, RN, CCDS,is a CDI education specialist for HCPro, where she serves as a full-time instructor for CDI Boot Camps and as a subject matter expert for ACDIS. She has more than 35 years’ experience in the healthcare industry, including multiple areas of nursing, serving in a variety of roles at both large academic and small community hospitals. Prior to joining HCPro, Brodie worked as a consultant providing program audits, implementation advice, and continuing education for CDI departments—including physician education—in various healthcare facilities across the country. She has been responsible for the successful implementation and oversight of a CDI department and the revitalization of a CDI department at a small community hospital. She is the co-author of The Essential Guide to Supporting Quality Care Measures Through Documentation Improvement, and a frequent contributors of articles for ACDIS’ CDI Journal and CDI Strategies. She has been a speaker at the national ACDIS conference and is a frequent guest host on ACDIS Radio."AudienceWho should attend?CDI specialistsCDI managers
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Administering Your OSHA Program
HC Pro
1 hr 2 mins
$169
Course OverviewAdministering Your OSHA Program will help new OSHA safety officers, administrators, managers, or safety committee members in medical or dental facilities, understand OSHA requirements and establish an OSHA safety program. This online learning course covers topics such as accident and incident investigation, documentation, program administration, and employee training. This course also covers the new GHS updates, including the purpose of the updates, information on Safety Data Sheets, pictograms, and the new labeling system.Learning ObjectivesAt the completion of this course, the student will be able to:Differentiate the role of the employer and employee in regard to OSHA regulations.Evaluate the hazards at your facility that may put employees at risk for exposure to bloodborne pathogens and hazardous chemicals.Identify the training requirements for employees at risk for exposure to bloodborne pathogens and hazardous chemicals.Plan a training process to educate employees on bloodborne pathogens and hazard communication regulations.Ensure that proper engineering controls, personal protective equipment, and safe work practice controls have been implemented.Demonstrate proper documentation of employee training, self-audits and monitoring, hepatitis B virus (HBV) vaccinations, fire drills, employee exposure determination lists, sharps injuries, and other employee exposures.Build a working OSHA manual that meets compliance guidelines.Integrate safety and OSHA compliance into the culture of your facility.Duration1 hour 2 minutes
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Basic OSHA Training for New Hires in Medical Facilities
HC Pro
1 hr 16 mins
$169
Course OverviewHCPro’s Basic OSHA Training for New Hires in Medical Facilities covers initial OSHA training for new hires and will acquaint new employees with the safety policies and regulations they are required to follow to ensure compliance. Upon completion of the course, students will be able to discuss OSHA requirements and apply them to their daily functions. Topics covered include fire safety, handwashing, bloodborne pathogens, chemical spills, radiation, and OSHA recordkeeping. The course also meets GHS awareness requirements by covering Safety Data Sheets, pictograms, and the new labeling systems.Learning ObjectivesAt the completion of this course, the student will be able to:Discuss OSHA and its role in promoting worker safetyDescribe how to respond in the event of smoke or fire in the work areaDescribe your employer's OSHA program that helps you prevent exposures to bloodborne pathogens, such as HIV, HBC and HBVList what to do if you are exposed to blood or other potentially infectious material (OPIM)Ensure that engineering controls, safe work practice controls and personal protective equipment (PPE) are in place for all identified hazardsLocate your practice's OSHA Safety Manual containing the written Hazard Communication Plan and an Exposure Control Plan for Bloodborne PathogensState which chemicals are hazardous and how you can protect yourself from exposureDuration1 hour 16 minutes
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Fire Safety
HC Pro
42 mins
$169
Course OverviewHCPro’s Fire Safety online learning course will teach employees in medical and dental settings how to prevent and respond to fires in the facility. Students will learn the appropriate times to fight a fire or evacuate and preventive measures to ensure electrical safety at your facility. The course also teaches students to verify proper storage of hazardous chemicals and reviews the different types of fire extinguishers.Learning ObjectivesAt the completion of this course, the student will be able to:Summarize the evacuation plan at your facility, including employee and patient evacuation.Demonstrate the fastest evacuation route(s).Discuss how to respond to fire or smoke in your work area.Differentiate when it is appropriate to fight a fire and when it is better to evacuate (flight).Locate the portable fire extinguishers at your facility.Describe procedures for using a portable fire extinguisher.Distinguish between the different types of portable fire extinguishers.Verify that hazardous chemicals are properly stored.Explain preventative measures to ensure electrical safety at your facility.Duration42 minutes
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OSHA Annual Retraining for Medical Facilities
HC Pro
1 hr 5 mins
$169
Course OverviewOSHA Annual Retraining for Medical Facilities satisfies OSHA's annual bloodborne pathogens retraining requirements for healthcare employees exposed to this hazard, and takes a best practices approach to hazard communication retraining. The course covers topics such as biohazardous waste, vaccinations, decontaminating equipment, and tips for working with and labeling hazardous chemicals. Employees will be able to identify potentially infectious materials at their facilities, protect themselves from hazardous chemicals, and describe how a facility’s OSHA program helps employees avoid exposure to safety hazards. The course also meets GHS awareness requirements by covering Safety Data Sheets, pictograms, and the new labeling systems.Learning ObjectivesAt the completion of this course, the student will be able to:Describe how to respond in the event of smoke or fire in the work areaDescribe your employer's OSHA program that helps you prevent exposures to bloodborne pathogens, such as HIV, HBC, and HBVList what to do if you are exposed to blood or other potentially infectious materialEnsure that engineering controls, safe work practice controls, and personal protective equipment (PPE) are in place for all identified hazardsLocate your practice's OSHA safety manual containing the written Hazard Communication Plan and an Exposure Control Plan for Bloodborne PathogensState which chemicals are hazardous and how you can protect yourself from exposureDemonstrate how to use labels and Safety Data Sheets (SDS) to protect yourself from hazardous chemicalsDuration1 hour 5 minutes
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OSHA Training for Dental Facilities
HC Pro
1 hr 31 mins
$169
Course OverviewHCPro’s Dental OSHA Training course covers general facility safety and OSHA's bloodborne pathogens and hazard communication standards for dental facilities. This course meets requirements for initial and yearly retraining mandated for some standards for oral surgeons, dentists, assistants, and hygienists. The course covers broad topics such as OSHA standards, universal precautions, and work area restrictions, as well as specific dental topics such as common dental chemicals with permissible exposure limits.Learning ObjectivesAt the completion of this course, the student will be able to:Discuss OSHA and its role in promoting worker safetyDescribe how to respond in the event of smoke or fire in the work areaDescribe your employer's OSHA program that helps you prevent exposures to bloodborne pathogens, such as HIV, HBC, and HBVList what to do if you are exposed to blood or other potentially infectious materialEvacuate or respond to an emergency situationDefine biohazardous waste and list items that go in biohazard containersEnsure that engineering controls, safe work practice controls, and personal protective equipment (PPE) are in place for all identified hazardsInterpret a Material Safety Data Sheet/Safety Data SheetState which chemicals are hazardous and how you can be exposed to them at workDemonstrate how to protect yourself from hazardous chemicals at workDuration1 hour 31 minutes
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Selecting and Evaluating Safety Sharps
HC Pro
32 mins
$169
Course OverviewSelecting and Evaluating Safety Sharps will help a facility come into compliance with OSHA's bloodborne pathogen standard by focusing on safety sharps and needlestick prevention. Designed as education for your employees or refresher training for safety officers and/or safety committee members in medical and dental settings, the course covers topics such as OSHA’s bloodborne pathogens standard, a three-step method for compliance, and what to do if a needlestick occurs. Upon completing the course, students will be able to describe the features of an effective safety needle, address the requirements of OSHA’s regulation, and foster a culture of safety within the facility.Learning ObjectivesAt the completion of this course, the student will be able to:Explain the Bloodborne Pathogen Standard and amendments to that standardIdentify the types of sharps and the procedures that cause the highest number of needlestick injuriesEstablish a method for evaluating and implementing new safety products in your facilityTake an active approach in soliciting employee feedback about safety devices and foster an environment that values safetyDuration32 minutes
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Safety Training for Healthcare Professionals Online Learning Library
HC Pro
6 hrs 8 mins
$650
Library OverviewHCPro’s Safety Training for Healthcare Professionals Online Learning Library is fully updated to reflect the latest OSHA safety requirements, including:Administering your OSHA programProviding basic OSHA training for new hiresFire safetyAnnual OSHA retraining for medical facilitiesOSHA training for dental facilitiesSelecting and evaluating safety sharpsHCPro’s Safety Training for Healthcare Professionals Online Learning Library includes courses for a wide range of OSHA training needs.Library ObjectivesThe Safety Training for Healthcare Professionals Online Learning Library will enable learners to:Provide new hire training on OSHA requirementsExplain the basics of administering an OSHA programDetail OSHA's fire safety requirementsTrain dental facility staff on relevant OSHA standardsOutline how to establish a sharps safety programContributor BioMarge McFarlane, PhD, MS (ENPH), MT (ASCP), CHSP, CHFM, HEM, CJCP, has over 38 years of healthcare experience in the areas of BBP, hazardous chemicals, infection prevention, general safety and emergency management.AudienceSafety professionals, infection preventionists, quality improvement personnel, safety directors, patient safety professionals, risk managers, lab safety professionals
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Homecare Coding Associate (HCA)
HC Pro
10 hrs 52 mins
$289
Library OverviewThis library of courses explains ICD-10-CM coding, teaching users how to use the Manual and understand coding conventions and guidelines. This comprehensive library of courses covers HHRGs and many other topics.Library ObjectivesGet highlights from updates to official coding guidelines and conventionsUse the Alphabetic Index to find appropriate codesUnderstand the basics of PPS and the HHRGLearn coding conventions and guidelines for key diseases broken down by chapters of the code bookReview diabetes conventions and chapter-specific guidelinesWork through coding scenarios to assess your knowledge of concepts coveredContributor BioJ'non Griffin, RN MHA, WCC, HCS-D, HCS-H, COS-CAHIMA Approved ICD-10-CM Trainer/AmbassadorPresident of Home Health Solutions, LLCJ'non offers home health consulting on many topics including quality assurance and performance improvement, program development, coding and OASIS review, staff education and plan of care compilation. Griffin has experience as a field nurse, director and executive with home health and hospice agencies.AudienceWho should attend?Home HealthCodersCoding managersQuality review staffClinicians who codeContinuing EducationNOTE: The credits listed here are the total number you earn after completion of each individual course within the library.American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC):HCPro is accredited as a provider of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation. This educational activity for 10.46 nursing contact hours is provided by HCPro.AHCC (BMSC):Pre-approved by the Board of Medical Specialty Coding & Compliance for 14.0 CEUDuration10 hours 52 minutes
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Homecare OASIS Associate (HOA)
HC Pro
6 hrs 52 mins
$289
Library OverviewThis library of courses provides the education needed to understand not only how to fill out the OASIS form correctly, but will ensure clinician understand intent for compliance and case-mix for reimbursement. Critical for anyone who works on the OASIS, these in-depth courses provide not just basic OASIS knowledge, but scenarios and examples to ensure in-depth learning. Common mistakes are addressed as the courses teach each participant about clinical and functional case-mix, process measures, plan of care, wound, pain, therapy and other assessments. Ensure your staff know how to accurately answer and score each OASIS item.Library ObjectivesAt the end of the entire library of courses, participants will be able to:Accurately answer each OASIS itemIdentify OASIS items that affect Home Health CompareScore case-mix appropriatelyEffectively and compliantly conduct patient assessmentsIdentify when to address the plan of careUnderstand coding guidelines as they relate to M itemsContributor BioArlynn Hansell, PT, HCS-D, HCS-H, HCS-O, COS-COwner of Therapy and More, LLC, DB HealthcareConsulting Hansell has been a physical therapist in the home health setting since October 1998, holding positions of field therapist, rehab manager, and quality/compliance assurance. As owner of Therapy and More, LLC, she assists agencies in achieving therapy documentation and practice excellence in order to better position themselves against auditors. Consulting services further consist of OASIS auditing and coding practice. She has been a member of the American Physical Therapy Association since 1995, where she served as the past vice president of the Home Health Section. She is an appointed member of the home health BMSC board, where she currently serves as the vice president.AudienceWho should attend?CodersNursesNurse managersQuality assurance professionalsClinical documentation specialistsClinical managers and department headsPhysical and occupational therapistsCompliance officers and auditorsFinance and reimbursement managers/staffMedicare intermediary personnelContinuing EducationNOTE: The credits listed here are the total number you earn after completion of each individual course within the library.American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC):HCPro is accredited as a provider of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation. This educational activity for 9.45 nursing contact hours is provided by HCPro.AHCC (BMSC):Pre-approved by the Board of Medical Specialty Coding & Compliance for 15.0 CEUDuration10 hours 52 minutes
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OSHA Online Training Pack
HC Pro
3 hrs
$337
Library OverviewHCPro’s OSHA Online Training Pack is fully updated to reflect the latest OSHA safety requirements, including:Administering your OSHA programProviding basic OSHA training for new hiresAnnual OSHA retraining for medical facilitiesHCPro’s OSHA Online Training Pack includes courses for a wide range of OSHA training needs.Library ObjectivesThe OSHA Online Training Pack will enable learners to:Provide new hire training on OSHA requirementsExplain the basics of administering an OSHA programContributor BioMarge McFarlane, PhD, MS (ENPH), MT (ASCP), CHSP, CHFM, HEM, CJCP, has over 38 years of healthcare experience in the areas of BBP, hazardous chemicals, infection prevention, general safety and emergency management.AudienceSafety professionals, infection preventionists, quality improvement personnel, safety directors, patient safety professionals, risk managers, lab safety professionals
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Documentation Requirements for Malnutrition
HC Pro
22 mins
$49
Course OverviewThis course will focus on the learning needs for the new or beginning Clinical Documentation Improvement (CDI) specialist in a short term acute care setting (hospital). While the healthcare provider can be a physician, advance practice nurse, registered nurse, or physician assistant, for clarity this course will reference the physician as the healthcare provider. Many of these concepts can be applied to other healthcare settings.Learning ObjectivesUpon completion of this online activity, the participant should be able to:Differentiate between the types of malnutritionIdentify the American Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (the Academy) and the American Society for Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition (A.S.P.E.N.) diagnostic characteristics for adult malnutritionDevelop a compliant query for malnutritionDemonstrate an understanding of the American Hospital Association (AHA) coding guidelines for malnutritionDuration22 minutesAccreditation Statements AHIMA: This program has been approved for _1_ continuing education units for use in fulfilling the continuing education requirements of the American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA). American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC): HCPro is accredited as a provider of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation. This educational activity for _1_ nursing contact hours is provided by HCPro. Association of Clinical Documentation Improvement Specialists (ACDIS): This program has been approved for _1_ continuing education units towards fulfilling the requirements of the Certified Clinical Documentation Specialist (CCDS) certification, offered as a service of the Association of Clinical Documentation Improvement Specialists (ACDIS).
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ACDIS CDI Apprenticeship
HC Pro
3 hrs 42 mins
$295
Library OverviewThe ACDIS CDI Apprenticeship is a certificate program comprised of foundational CDI education paired with a review of core compliance and ethical principles. Candidates who pass the final exam receive a certificate of CDI foundational training and are allowed to designate themselves as an ACDIS-Approved CDI Apprentice in their resumes, biographical information, or email signatures. This online training has been designed as a pathway to future Certified Clinical Documentation Specialist (CCDS) designation. Candidates interested in obtaining the CCDS credential must fulfil prerequisites, including at least two years of experience in clinical documentation improvement.Contributor BiosKaren Bridgeman, MSN, RN, CCDS, has been a Clinical Documentation Specialist for over nine years, and is currently the CDI Educator for the Medical University of South Carolina. In 2012, she developed and implemented the successful Pediatric CDI Program at the Medical University of South Carolina’s Children’s Hospital. She is a frequent contributor on pediatric subject matter for the ACDIS Journal as well as a presenter at the ACDIS National Conferences. She currently serves on ACDIS’s CCDS Certification Board.Laurie L. Prescott RN, MSN, CCDS, CDIP, CRC, is the CDI education director with HCPro. Prescott serves as a full-time instructor for the CDI Boot Camp as well as a subject matter expert for the Association of Clinical Documentation Improvement Specialists (ACDIS). Prescott is a frequent speaker on HCPro/ACDIS webinars and author of The Clinical Documentation Improvement Specialist’s Complete Training Guide. She started her nursing career in 1985 as a graduate of the University of Vermont School of Nursing. Since that time she has worked at a variety of organizations, including academic, large, and small community hospitals. She has worked in a number of nursing roles, including as manager in the areas of medical/surgical, ICU, PACU, and endoscopy. Her experience also includes specialization as a compliance officer.HCPro has confirmed that none of the faculty/presenters, planners, or contributors have any relevant financial relationships to disclose related to the content of this educational activity.Accreditation StatementsAHIMA: This program has been approved for _9_ continuing education units for use in fulfilling the continuing education requirements of the American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA).American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC): HCPro is accredited as a provider of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation. This educational activity for _8.4_ nursing contact hours is provided by HCPro.Association of Clinical Documentation Improvement Specialists (ACDIS): This program has been approved for _9_ continuing education units towards fulfilling the requirements of the Certified Clinical Documentation Specialist (CCDS) certification, offered as a service of the Association of Clinical Documentation Improvement Specialists (ACDIS).
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