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This recording is on both the Hospital-Acquired Condition (HAC) Reduction Program and the Readmissions Reduction Program (RRP). The HAC analysis is intended to provide hospitals with a preview of the potential impact of the federal fiscal year Medicare inpatient HAC Reduction Programs based on publicly available data and program rules established by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS). The RRP Analysis is intended to provide detailed performance information on the readmissions measures that are currently evaluated under the Medicare Hospital Readmissions Reduction Program and to provide hospitals with an in-depth review of actual performance.
DataGen will explain both analyses overviews, methodologies, and state-specific performances.
Recording length = 1 hour
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The Value-Based Purchasing (VBP) Impact Analysis is intended to provide hospitals with a preview of the potential impact of the federal fiscal year Medicare inpatient hospital VBP program based on publicly available data and program rules established by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS). The reports included in this analysis estimate VBP scores, impacts, and scoring trends and provide full detail on how the points and scores for each VBP measure and domain are calculated. DataGen will explain the analysis overview, methodologies, and st
As a leader, have you ever felt overwhelmed and that you’re “drowning in work?” You watch your peers and others leave their jobs on time to go home but you’re still working. Do you want more time to focus on what you, as the leader, should focus on? If so, learn to become a great delegator. Effective delegation is a vital leadership skill that can help you succeed and advance in your career. But most leaders struggle with delegation. Jeff Whitehorn shares some delegation strategies learned during his leadership journey that will help you improve your delegation skills.
Jeff Whitehorn is an executive coach and former hospital CEO. He uses his personal experiences from his 25 years as a CEO to help leaders unlock their true potential. He is a certified coach by the global accrediting body international Coaching Federation and is also a certified master coach by the Center of Coaching Certification.
Length 61 minutes
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Presenter: Kent Storm, Executive Director, Iowa HOSA – Future Health Professionals, Chariton
With the nation’s staffing shortages in health care, finding and retaining talent isn’t always easy. In this session, you’ll learn about HOSA – Future Health Professionals, a high school-based student organization focusing on developing future health professionals to support Iowa’s health care system. Learn best practices for standing out to candidates in the job market and connecting with today’s job searchers and employees. This session was part of the of the 2023 ISHHRA conference.
Length: 27 minutes
Six-Steps to Hit the Ground Running or Reignite Your Leadership Path
Faciliator: Doug Morse, Investor/Health Care Consultant, ExecHQ Alliance
1. Before you start the new role
3. Design your team
4. Set and share your priorities
5. Manage your day
6. Avoid these stallers
Each of the six videos average 7 minutes in length. Total running time 45 minutes.
Apprenticeship is an industry-driven, high-quality career pathway where employers can develop and prepare their current and future workforce, and individuals can obtain paid work experience and classroom instruction specific to the needs of the employer.
Jennifer Gray |Registered Apprenticeship Business Marketing Specialist
Iowa Workforce Development/IowaWorks
Length 19 minutes
The Iowa Department of Human Services developed a repository of data shared with the
public through their website. One of the reports covers self-reported social determinants of
health data collected from people enrolled in Medicaid. This session will focus on reviewing
this information and its relevance to health outcomes. The session will culminate in the
identification of how social determinants of health can be incorporated into health care
Presenter: Shelley Horak is a project manager for the Iowa Department of Human Services and
assistant professor at Des Moines University.
Lenght 51 minutes
Fleet safety in the health care industry is often an over looked risk. Home health care, emergency services and facilities management present fleet hazards that exposure our employees , general public and health care facility.
This presentation will educate you on:
The key elements of an effective fleet program.
How to review and monitor motor vehicle reports.
Using personal vehicles for company business.
Educational opportunities for all drivers.
Recording length = 50 minutes
Gerald (Gerry) Clancy, M.D., Professor of Psychiatry and Emergency Medicine,Senior Associate Dean, Carver College of Medicine, University of Iowa, Iowa City
Part 1 – Health Workforce Retention & Well-being - Leadership Strategies for 2023 PPT
The pandemic has accelerated workforce issues that have existed for more than a decade. Surveys show job satisfaction declining and a growing percentage of clinicians feeling undervalued. And unlike the past, modern burn-out is being reported by younger clinicians. To take a new approach to these workforce issues in 2023, IHA is piloting a train-the-trainer session. The goal of the training is retention through a focus on restoring well-being. The workshop will provide early interventions that are planned and intentional and designed to build new skills to help peer clinicians. Viewers will take home a framework they can build on and customized to use in their own organization.
Length: 48 minutes
*Updated March 2023
Part 2 – Health Workforce Well-being Tool Kit for 2023
Length: 1 hour
Presenter: Sara Buck, Trustee, Mary Greeley Medical Center, Ames
How to Be a Successful Board Member (accompanying video)
Length: 30 min
This video is worth .5 hour continuing board education credit in IHA’s Hospital Board Certification Program.
This webinar focuses on that interaction and offers critical information to help the practitioner and facility obtain the best outcome for the trafficking survivor. The training also promotes systemic change and serves as a foundation for the development of effective human trafficking patient protocols specific to facilities and their resources. This training was developed by professionals in human sex trafficking and seven survivors whose interactions and experiences with Iowa medical-services providers are shared.
Recording length = 1 hour and 40 minutes
The IHA DATABANK Program is a web-based database of hospital utilization, financial performance, and balance sheet indicators. The database is the source of comparable information on inpatient utilization, outpatient statistics, charges and expenses per day and per stay, uncollected charges, number of days in accounts receivable gross, profitability, financial ratios and a number of personnel statistics.
Recording length = 5 minutes
IHA has developed a comprehensive Internet-based solution to greatly enhance our member's use of the IHA Statewide Inpatient and Outpatient Databases. Members utilize Dimensions and the IHA databases to easily analyze market share, perform patient services assessment, plan hospital services, recruit and analyze physicians, benchmark with peers and assess community needs.
Recording length = 4 minutes
Presenter: Joe Collins, Health Science Education Consultant, Iowa Department of Education, Des Moines
This session from the 2023 ISHHRA conference, introduces new and improved health care careers programs, strategies, initiatives and resources to support the recruitment, training and retention of a skilled health care workforce in Iowa. Topics covered include financial support, work-based learning, student/educator engagement, and employment and education
data. Visit HealthScience.EducateIowa.gov, FutureReadyIowa.gov and EarnAndLearnIowa.gov ahead of time to learn about these and other invaluable topics and resources.
Length: 33 minutes
Presenter: Heather Stang, MA, C-IAYT, Mindfulness & Grief Institute
Journaling does more than record daily experiences; it helps organize thoughts, process traumatic events and
find meaning through experience. The many science-supported health benefits of journaling include:
• Improving memory.
• Increasing immune functioning.
• Reducing symptoms of depression, anxiety and trauma.
This session will explore best practices for journaling as self-care. Participants will spend some time writing and
reflecting on a guided prompt.
Length: 48 min
Presenter: Michele Kelly, RN, MSN, CPHQ, Chief Clinical Officer, Buena Vista Regional Medical Center.
This session was part of the 2023 IHA All-District Meeting
Length: 30 minutes
Presenter: Heather Stang, MA, C-IAYT, Mindfulness & Grief Institute
Building Outpatient Specialty Telehealth Services in a Critical Access Hospital
Paul Topliff, Chief Operating Officer, Audubon Country Memorial Hospital & Clinics
Length: 20 minutes
Shelby Guevara, Chief Nursing Officer, Hansen Family Hospital, Iowa Falls
Length: 8 minutes
Tiered Safety Huddles in a High Reliability Organization
Carla Huebner, Chief Quality and Safety, Nutrition and Food Service, VA of Central Iowa Health Care System,
Length: 15 minutes
Implementation of an Outpatient Fall Protocol
Brittney McCormick, PT and Wellness Manager, Jackson County Regional Health Center, Maquoketa
Length: 7 minutes
Optimize Patient Experience Through Improved Wait Times
Mindy Cormier, Clinic Manager, Van Buren County Hospital, Keosauqua
Length: 13 minutes
Addressing Employee Turnover Through Engagement
Traci Dias, Executive Director of Human Resources, Shenandoah Medical Center
Lenght: 18 minutes
Enhancing Care for our Diabetic Population
Kasha Kite, Chief Nursing Officer, Van Buren County Hospital, Keosauqua
EMR Scoping, Selection and Implementation
Zac Zwickel, Executive Director of IT and Support Services, Shenandoah Medical Center
Length: 18 minutes
Implementation of a Respiratory Therapy Program at a Critical Access Hospital
Jody Schipper, Director of Clinical Services, Grundy County Memorial Hospital, Grundy Center
Diplomatic Approach to Conduct Efficient and Effective Staff Meetings
Cindi Pierotti, Manager, Inpatient Therapy Services, UnityPoint Health - Des Moines:
Length: 10 minutes
Building a Culture of Quality and Safety in the Community Living Center
Stephanie Pearson, Chief Nurse Rehab and Extended Care Service Line, VA of Central Iowa Health Care System, Des Moines
Lenght: 16 minutes
Cara Clouse, Director of Human Resources, and Andreas Wilz, EMS Coordinator, Ottumwa Regional Health
Implementing an Age Friendly Care Model
Laura Baker, Director, Advanced Practice Nursing, UnityPoint Health - Des Moines
Staff Retention/Career Development
Nic Olberding, Senior Director, Information Services, Mercy Medical Center, Cedar Rapids
Length: 24 minutes
Improving the Tracking Process for Civil Commitments
Lori Suvalsky M.D. Medical Director, Mental Health, VA of Central Iowa Health Care System, Des Moines
Length: 14 minutes
Expanding Outpatient Surgical Services Service Lines
Jeremy Johnson, CRNA, Director of Anesthesia, Stewart Memorial Community Hospital, Lake City
Behavioral Health Intervention Services (BHIS) Program
Amy Roop, Director of Clinics, Clarinda Regional Health Center
Length: 7 minutes
How Do You Upset a CEO, Surgeon, and Patient? Unnecessarily Cancel a Surgery
Laurie Connolly M.D. Chief Medical Officer, Greene County Medical Center, Jefferson
Building an Organizational Quality Assurance and P.I. Strategic Dashboard
Tasha Croell, Director of Radiology and Performance Excellence, Winneshiek Medical Center, Decorah
Presenter- Linda Cohen, MA, Founder, Linda Cohen Consulting, Beaverton, Oregon
Adaptability, communication, recognition and radical self-care have been key kindness strategies that have helped people move through these challenging times. This session will focus on what one can do, despite overwhelming compassion fatigue, to help elevate a culture of kindness. This culture increases happiness and oxytocin, and reduces burnout, stress and anxiety. It also can create an unexpected ripple effect. Attendees will be inspired and take away several actionable kindness ideas to implement immediately
Recording length = 47 minutes
ServiShare partner media presentations.
This virtual session will prepare your organization to fill an open position with someone well suited and prepared for an open position. There are questions that can be asked during an interview to predict how someone will perform and if a potential candidate will fit well in your organization’s culture. This session will discuss techniques that can be used during an employment interview to help get the right person in the right position at the right time.
Toni Boyles is the chief encouraging officer at A Place in Time Training with more than 30 years of experience in training on a variety of topics. Boyles is a communications graduate of Washburn University and previously worked as a staff development specialist for the Kansas Department of Transportation.
Length 53 minutes
Research shows that caregiver empathy plays a significant role in patient satisfaction, improved health outcomes and treatment compliance. Empathy is also a powerful buffer against burnout and stress for health care workers, transforming the most-difficult situations into opportunities for connection, kindness and meaning. This session will explore techniques that cultivate empathy for patients, co-workers and ourselves. It also will review the physical, emotional and spiritual benefits of empathy.
Recording length = 47 minutes