CASA 2020 VIRTUAL CONFERENCE
Navigating the New Normal
*Previously recorded COVID-19 webinars are available on our LMS site. To register, click the link below to view the available sessions.
We want to extend a BIG THANK YOU to our speaker, John J. Goehle, MBA, CASC, CPA. If you have any questions or would like more information about Ambulatory Healthcare Strategies, please click the link below to be redirected to their website.
*Due to the amount of information shared, these sessions will be between 4-5 hours. We encourage you to find a quiet and comfortable environment to maximize your learning experience. We’ve made sure to incorporate numerous breaks to allow for stretching, networking and touching base with ASC operations.
As we move into the closing months of 2020, CASA is offering 3 in-depth virtual programs to provide ASCs with detailed information to assist them in planning and meeting the demands of the future.
ASCs have been quick to respond to COVID-19, altering their protocols and assuring patient safety. Although many are still feeling the impact of delayed surgical procedures and the new demands placed upon their daily operations, it is imperative that ASCs look to the future.
Opportunities abound for the surgery center industry, and with the right planning and attention to crucial areas, your ASC can be poised to be prepared and succeed. This is a unique opportunity to get your staff involved in the process. These sessions will be delivered live with the opportunity to network. In addition, they will be recorded for on-demand access for paid registrants.
The CASA member discount will be applied to non-CA registrants who are members of their state association (proof of membership required).
With innovations and advancement of technology, more and more procedures are migrating to the ASC environment. CMS continues to approve complex procedures for ASCs and the 2020 proposed rule could mean the addition of total hips to the ASC approved list. As ASCs look to adding these procedures to their business operations, it is crucial that they properly prepare - from a detailed business plan to an in-depth clinical strategy. This series will walk the attendee through all of these vital components.
*This program is approved for up to 5.0 hours of AEUs by the BASC provider #7990 and 5.0 contact hours of California Board of Registered Nursing provider #CEP9344.
Tuesday, October 20, 2020
- Migrating High Acuity Cases to an ASC – Top 5 reasons.
- How to Avoid A Disjointed Total Joint Program
- Anesthesia Management-Expediting Recovery
Tuesday, October 27, 2020
- Developing a Total Joint Program Clinical A – Z
- Tracking your Total Joint Outcomes and Patient Satisfaction
- Outpatient Spine and Rapid Response Solutions
|TOTAL JOINTS SEMINAR|
|ADD'L MEMBER RATE (SAME CENTER)||$145|
CASA’s Annual Infection Prevention Seminar has become recognized as one of the premier IP seminars in the country. This seminar is designed to provide materials to meet the CMS requirements of on-going mandatory infection prevention training, as well as covering the components recognized by the Certified Ambulatory Infection Preventionist (CAIP). A certificate of training will be provided upon completion for documentation. The new virtual format is delivered in 3 different segments, allowing the attendee to choose the subjects that meet their needs. Significant discounts are applied for those attending more than 1 segment.
*This program has been approved and is acceptable for up to 11.0 contact hours of AEUs and IPCHs by the BASC provider #7990 and 11.0 contact hours of California Board of Registered Nursing provider #CEP9344.
Thursday, November 5 – Infection Prevention 101
- Developing an IP Plan and Risk Assessment
- Instrument Processing 100
- Emerging IP Concerns- What we’ve learned in 2020 and the Pandemic Response
- Incorporating ASC Surveillance into your ASC Operations
Thursday, November 12 – Infection Prevention 201
- Appropriate Steps and Investigation when an infection is reported
- Instrument Processing 200
- Responsibility of reporting common diseases
- The Healthcare worker in the ASC
Thursday, November 19 – Infection Prevention for the GI specialty
- Endoscope associated infections
- Proper Scope handling and processing
- Special IP concerns in the GI specialty
|INFECTION PREVENTION SEMINAR|
|ALL THREE SESSIONS|
December 2, 2020
Accreditation 4-1-1 with The Joint Commission
More information and registration to follow
December 15, 2020
Accreditation 4-1-1 with AAAHC
More information and registration to follow.
Did you miss a virtual COVID-19 webinar? You can now view the presentation at your convenience on our LMS site by registering below. Once registered, a link will be sent to your email.
*CEU certificates are available if the presentation is watched in full.
Please contact April Ligtenberg with any questions at firstname.lastname@example.org or 916.594.9351.