It is critically important, now more than ever, for rural hospitals to  have a renewed focus on quality and efficiency to stay relevant in this rapidly changing market place. Pressures are being felt in rural areas as the population ages, the number of uninsured rises, budgets tighten  and the need to bend the health care cost curve increases. Hospital  emergency departments will likely continue to experience rising  volumes and pressure to reduce avoidable utilization. The rules and regulations that govern emergency department can be complex. The penalties for violations of the regulatory requirements can be high.

Join us for this two-part virtual training. On Dec 14 to get up to speed on EMTALA and hear how to avoid an enforcement emergency. On Jan 7, learn by to make quality and finance work together:

  • Engaging Patient, Family and Community
  • Revenue Cycle and the Emergency Department
  • Lean Thinking in the ED

One registration fee of $30 will give you access to both sessions. Click HERE for the brochure. Click HERE to register online.

Emergency Department Efficiencies – 2-Part Virtual Training – Dec 14 and Jan 7