Webinar Recordings

Aug 24, 2021
CY2022 OPPS ASC Proposed Rule August 24, 2021 webinar audio and presentation.
Aug 18, 2021
Access recordings and slides from previous AHA Team Training webinars. Our webinars cover a variety of health care and team training topics, including TeamSTEPPS, patient safety, change management, and more. This on-demand library is a free resource for busy health care professionals to watch…
Aug 5, 2021
In this webinar, we continue our conversation from July 21st on the recently released interim final regulations implementing certain provisions of the No Surprises Act. We focused on our proposed input to the federal government on the regulations implementing balance billing in certain out-of-…
Jul 26, 2021
Learn ways hospital Trustees can contribute to addressing health equity and reducing health care disparities.
Jul 20, 2021
Hospital leaders need to be aware of the national movement toward a new blood culture contamination benchmark. View this webinar to learn more about the impact that blood culture contamination has on both patient care and hospital costs, and hear our evidence-based solution and best practices to…
Jun 25, 2021
Learn how Regional One Health and New-York Presbyterian Hospital improved health outcomes by leveraging specialized skills of care team members to identify and address the social needs of their patients.
Jun 24, 2021
Christine Basiliere, VP of Workforce Strategy & Support, and Jonathan Anderson, Manager of Clinical Applications, discuss how Sharp Healthcare leveraged their new enterprise-wide clinical communications platform to overcome communication and collaboration challenges and improve the…
Jun 22, 2021
Hear how Penn Medicine implemented a standardized labor induction protocol, layering AIM’s Peripartum Racial/Ethnic Disparities and Safe Reduction of Primary Cesarean Birth Bundle to improve outcomes for mothers.
May 27, 2021
Burnout has been implicated in higher turnover, reduced patient satisfaction, and worsened safety. Violence is strongly linked to turnover. Many leaders appreciate these relationships but understanding the degree of burnout in a given health professional or team does not direct leaders to solutions.