CMS and NKF will present a May 22, 2019 webinar on on Population Health Strategies for Kidney Disease Risk Reduction, at noon PST. Nephrologists, dialysis facility medical directors and renal care providers are invited and encouraged to attend. The NKF CKD Change Package will be introduced, systematic strategies for improving identification and management of CKD will be described, and a population health strategy for registry function, QI, and patient engagement for people living with CKD will be presented. Register for the webinar at https://meetings-cms.webex.com/meetings-cms/onstage/g.php?MTID=e06e8b0a5642756b1b7a7e0998d0eeeb8. Find the NKF CKD Change Package at https://www.kidney.org/sites/default/files/02-11-8036_JBI_CKD_ChangePackV17.pdf.
The organization Outcome Engenuity (https://www.outcome-eng.com/) will present a three-day management-certification course for C-level executives on Just Culture: Creating a Foundation of Justice, in Las Vegas NV November 14-16, 2017. HealthInsight is sponsoring the course, and providing a substantial discount for its partners. Major session topics include:
- Just Culture
- Aligning Values and Expectations
- Designing Better Systems
- Making Better Behavioral Choices
- Learning to Systematically Learn
- Finding Justice
- Just Culture Integration
For more information and instructions for discounted registration, see https://s3-us-west-2.amazonaws.com/nwrn.org/files/N/JustCulture.pdf .
The ESRD Network Coordinating Council will present a June 20, 2017 webinar, designed for dialysis facility staff, medical directors, and all infectious disease healthcare staff, on Infection Prevention: Leadership, Interventions, Results. The webinar will examine the critical role that empowered nephrologists play in engaging and leading dialysis staff to continuously improve the safety of patients on dialysis. Join us to learn how the nephrology care team can develop and implement quality strategies and recognized prevention tools in the QAPI program to improve care provided to dialysis patients. Continuing education credit is available for nurses and PCTs. For complete details and registration, see https://s3-us-west-2.amazonaws.com/nwrn.org/files/N/NCCInfection0617.pdf .
On May 23, 2017, the American Society of Nephrology will initiate their webinar series on Targeting Zero Infections, with Targeting Zero Infections: Where Do We Begin? The series will address the urgent need to enhance infection control and prevention practices for all infectious threats in US dialysis facilities. ASN invites medical directors, nephrologists, nurses, technicians, nephrology fellows, and others to participate. Registration is free, and continuing education credits are available. For more information and registration see