Title
Category
Credits
Event date
Cost
  • Patient-Centered Recognition Programs
  • PCMH Certified Content Experts
  • CCE Required Credit
  • AAPA
  • AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™
  • ANCC
  • APA
  • ASWB
  • IPCE
  • Participation
  • PCMH CCE
$99.00
Cost: $99.00
  • AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™
  • ANCC
  • Participation
  • PCMH CCE
$99.00
Geographic and Racial Disparities in Behavioral Health Services in Michigan MedicaidFederal rules require state Medicaid managed care programs to develop a quality strategy that includes a plan to "identify, evaluate, and reduce... health disparities based on age, race, ethnicity, sex, primary language, and disability status." This work may be delegated to managed care entities that might be technically and operationally unprepared to take it on. Without assistance, health care program leaders may have difficulty figuring out where and how to start.
  • AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™
  • ANCC
  • Participation
  • PCMH CCE
$99.00
HEDIS Measurement Year 2021 UpdateDuring this course, NCQA staff share updates to measures for HEDIS Measurement Year (MY) 2021 and discuss key dates for data collection.
  • Participation
  • PCMH CCE
09/21/2021
$99.00
Tackling Disease Care in Rural Communities Through a State-Based CollaborativeDuring this course, we assess population health improvement opportunities and interventions for rural communities. In a state-based collaborative, practices are guided to choose a track/focus for increasing capacity and providing resources to patients for diabetes, hypertension and hyperlipidemia.
  • Patient-Centered Recognition Programs
  • PCMH Certified Content Experts
  • CCE Required Credit
  • CCE Other
  • Participation
  • PCMH CCE
02/23/2022
$99.00
Cost: $99.00
  • Other Programs
  • AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™
  • ANCC
  • Participation
  • PCMH CCE
05/03/2022
$99.00
Increasing Cancer Screening for Uninsured and Underinsured PatientsThe South Carolina Office of Rural Health (SCORH) Practice Transformation team works with multiple partners to close the gap in health status and life expectancy between rural and urban communities in the Palmetto State. A main partner in this effort is the SC Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) Division of Cancer Prevention & Control's Best Chance Network, SC’s Breast and Cervical Cancer Early Detention Program.
  • Other Programs
  • Participation
  • PCMH CCE
05/04/2022
$99.00
Effective Strategies to Promote Payer-Provider CollaborationPayers and providers often face challenges regarding appropriate clinical documentation, authorization request turnaround times and basic information exchange (interoperability) between EHR and utilization management systems. Ultimately, the quality of member/ patient care is affected by these challenges. Implementing informed and effective care strategies and tools to speed processes and reduce administrative burden of authorizations supports the goal of a successful health care journey for patients and  providers.
  • Other Programs
  • AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™
  • ANCC
  • Participation
  • PCMH CCE
05/05/2022
$99.00
Cost: $99
  • CCE Other
  • Other Programs
  • AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™
  • ANCC
  • Participation
  • PCMH CCE
05/10/2022
$99.00
Nutrition-As-Intervention in Chronic Condition ManagementHow a Virtual Nutrition Assistant is Bridging Access Gaps and Improving Outcomes by Bringing Expert Knowledge to Patients When and Where They Need it Based on Clinical and Contextual Variables Health care spending as a percentage of GDP grew from 5% in 1960 to nearly 19% in 2020. To slow this upward trajectory, narrow networks and access barriers (such as gatekeepers, utilization review and prior authorization) were introduced in the 1990s.
  • Other Programs
  • AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™
  • ANCC
  • Participation
  • PCMH CCE
05/11/2022
$99.00
Telehealth Access and SustainabilityExpanded reimbursement for telehealth services has provided access to care that was not widely available to patients before the COVID-19 pandemic. With the rapid onset of social isolation and quarantine, primary care practices scrambled to implement virtual care delivery processes to meet patient needs and maintain visit volume. A year later, the availability of COVID-19 vaccines is returning in-person care to more typical levels, but telehealth tremains a viable--and sometimes preferred--option for patients.

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