ABQAURP is providing current strategies being employed and the tools to be more fully compensated.
New Port Richey, FL (PRWEB) November 20, 2013
Friday, May 2, 2014
Disney’s Yacht & Beach Club Resort
Lake Buena Vista, Florida
8:00am to 5:30pm
As we move from the legislation to implementation phase of the Affordable Care Act, many facets of health care reform are becoming more evident. With multiple ACOs [Accountable Care Organizations] open for business, and health exchanges taking form in various states across the country, it is clear that despite ongoing legal challenges, change is going forward, perhaps at a rate faster than envisioned.
ABQAURP announced today a robust series of learning objectives for its 2014 Health Care Quality and Patient Safety Conference. Focusing on a myriad of hot-topic concepts surrounding the recently integrated changes in health care, ABQAURP is positioning this conference to be a forward-thinking series of sessions providing current strategies being employed and the tools to be more fully compensated for innovation, outcomes, and the full scope of care provided.
At the conclusion of the conference, attendees will be able to*:
- Document to be paid for the full scope of care delivered
- Capture the outcomes required by Pay for Performance
- Analyze the fiscal outcomes of physician-hospital integration
- Discover leadership skills to facilitate success in your environment
- Discuss evidence correlating positive patient experiences with quality and safety
- Engage as providers to adapt throughout the transition to ICD-10
- Determine the priority of mental health issues in your practice setting
- Recognize the impact of the Baldrige systematic approach to organizational performance
- Obtain updated information on practice efficiencies
- Topics are tentative and subject to change.
Established in 1977, ABQAURP (http://www.abqaurp.org) is the nation's largest organization of interdisciplinary health care professionals. We are committed to maximizing patient safety and the quality of health care provided to the public by maintaining a culture of educational and certification excellence and making it available to all health care professionals.