Annapolis, Maryland (PRWEB)
September 21, 2017
ClearHealth Quality Institute (CHQI)TM, an independent health care accrediting body incorporating the next generation of quality and outcomes measures, announces the launch of its Fall 2017 Educational Series. The series begins on October 2 and will include a live program and webinars covering a wide range of topics.
“We are excited to launch our cutting-edge accreditation programs,” says Michael D. Reisman, CHQI president. “Our Fall 2017 Educational Series will showcase CHQI’s quality, accountability, and performance tools, which can promote improved delivery of health care services. The Educational Series will also offer prospective applicants, including health plans, health benefits administrators, and health care providers, an opportunity to engage thought leaders on a range of topics essential to the future of health care.”
Click here to view a full listing of upcoming events and to register.
CHQI’s Fall 2017 Educational Series will include:
Oct. 2, 1-4 p.m. EDT – An Introduction to the New Telemedicine Accreditation Program Standards. This live in-person workshop will be held at the Marriott Wardman Park, located in Washington, D.C., in conjunction with the American Telemedicine Association (ATA) Fall Forum – Edge 2017. CHQI leaders will provide an overview of the CHQI accreditation process and an introduction to the new telemedicine standards tailored for each modality in telehealth. The workshop will be led by Garry Carneal, JD, MA, CHQI founder, and Doug Clarke, M. ED, CHQI executive director, accreditation programs. Click here to register.
- Oct. 20, noon-1 p.m. EDT – Telemedicine Accreditation: Why One Size Doesn’t Fit All. During this webinar, telemedicine industry leaders will discuss emerging issues and regulatory trends in the field, including how high-fidelity accreditation standards can yield best practices and improve patient outcomes. The presenters will provide a walkthrough of CHQI’s new Telemedicine Accreditation Program Standards and will explain how telemedicine providers can become accredited. The panel will be moderated by Sabrina Smith, Dr.HA, ATA interim chief executive officer, and will include perspectives from panelists Doug Clarke, M.Ed., CHQI executive director, accreditation programs, and CHQI Telemedicine Standards…