Seminars/Education

Jan 5, 2018
If you have any questions about AHA Team Training courses, webinars, or national conference, or if you would like additional information and resources on TeamSTEPPS and how it can optimize patient outcomes by improving communication and teamwork among health care professionals, please contact us…
Jan 5, 2018
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Jan 5, 2018
Materials to Help You on Your Journey Curriculum The TeamSTEPPS® curriculum is made available by the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality and hosted on their website. The AHRQ curriculum includes: TeamSTEPPS® 2.0 TeamSTEPPS® for Office-Based Care Version TeamSTEPPS® Long-Term Care…
Jan 5, 2018
The 2018 AHA Team Training National conference runs Tuesday, June 19 through Friday, June 22 in San Diego, CA. Download the Full Agenda PDFthis is an external link Agenda at a Glance Pre-conference: Tuesday, June 19 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM Master Training Course…
Jan 5, 2018
Free Training Opportunities Every Month AHA’s Team Training Program offers the TeamSTEPPS® community monthly webinars at no cost and will feature new speakers and content each month. The community is rapidly growing and there is an abundance of information and stories in the field. We invite…
Nov 17, 2017
To register and pay via credit card or check: Click here. If you are paying by check, register online and you'll be prompted to select this option on the payment page and will receive an invoice along with your confirmation e-mail. Please mail your check in along with the invoice. If you require a PDF registration form instead, e-mail ruralregistration@aha.org to request one.
Registration Rates   Early Bird by December 15 Regular Rate after December 15 Health Care Provider Organizations   AHA Institutional Member 645 695 Non-Member 775 825 Academic, government, nonprofit, associations…
Nov 17, 2017
The Certified Healthcare Facility Manager (CHFM) certification program provides a national standard of requisite knowledge required for certification; thereby assisting employers, the public and members of health professions in assessing healthcare facility managers. The CHFM Current Certificant List, updated twice monthly, reflects all currently certified professionals.
The CHFM program includes the following elements: Eligibility requirements that are a blend of education and healthcare-specific experience A 115-item multiple-choice Certification Examination A renewal requirement The updated CHFM Exam with new 2012 edition of NFPA 99 was released March 1,…
Nov 17, 2017
The American Hospital Association Certification Center (AHA-CC) designs and administers Certification Programs to recognize mastery of well-defined bodies of knowledge within health care management disciplines. Achieving an AHA certification demonstrates to patients, health care organizations, and the public, that the health care professional has met national performance standards specific to their job role.
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Jul 19, 2012
A collection of 10 short essays by the industry luminaries who have received HRET's TRUST Award since its inception in 2003. They are one- or two-page pieces on team-based care (David Lawrence), the 'triple aim' (Don Berwick), building infrastructure for quality (Brent James), focusing on health (Janet Corrigan), controlling costs (Bob Brook), leadership development and health care equity (David Satcher), innovation (Glenn Steele), end-of-life care (Atul Gawande,) patient- centered care (Maureen Bisognano), and even civility (Gail Warden).
A collection of 10 short essays by the industry luminaries who have received HRET's TRUST Award since its inception in 2003. They are one- or two-page pieces on team-based care (David Lawrence), the 'triple aim' (Don Berwick), building infrastructure for quality (Brent James), focusing on…
Jul 1, 2012
Safety-net hospitals have lower performance than non-SNHs on metrics of patient-reported experience, improved somewhat more slowly under public reporting, and are likely to fare poorly under value-based purchasing.
Safety-net hospitals have lower performance than non-SNHs on metrics of patient-reported experience, improved somewhat more slowly under public reporting, and are likely to fare poorly under value-based purchasing.