Training and Events

 

CCHN Training Calendar

 

Vital Clinical Documentation for the CHC Provider
CCHN
Ongoing webinar series
Clinical documentation is the core of effective and safe patient care. Coding within CHCs continues to be challenging for providers and coders. Our web-based program offers a step-by-step curriculum where participants will learn key components of coding patient history, physical exams and medical decision-making. Using real life clinical examples, participants will see that it’s not the quantity of documentation that matters–it’s the quality.
Registration: Click here to register. Cost: $100 per participant 

Using Data Effectively for Advancing Team-Based Care
CCHN
Wednesday, August 15, 2018, 12:00 – 1:30 p.m.
o ‘Data-driven decision making’ and ‘team-based care’ are two phrases that are thrown around everywhere in healthcare today. What does data – driven decision-making look like practically and how we can determine which metrics to use, why to use them and how to leverage them to impact decisions. In this 90-minute webinar, we will cover key operational and quality metrics that are used increasingly at the Care Team Level to guide decisions and help influence workflows and processes. Learn what a healthy, data–driven team looks like, learn some of the characteristics of these high performing teams and some steps to get you from here to there.  
Registration: Click here to register. 

Building Skills for Effective Teams Cohort IV or Leadership Development Program
Fall 2018 – Fall 2019
Beginning this fall, Colorado Community Health Network (CCHN) and the Center of Nursing Excellence (the Center) will host Cohort IV of BSET training. BSET is a highly-rated training program designed specifically for Community Health Centers (CHCs) It focuses on expanding participants’ leadership expertise, interpersonal knowledge, and emotional intelligence needed to confidently function within their CHC’s integrated care teams and quality improvement efforts. Starting with Cohort IV, BSET training has been modified from previous cohorts to address barriers to participation. One of the challenges voiced by CHCs that hinders participation was the “out-of-clinic” time for providers. 

A new companion program has been created to address this concern – BSET Leadership Development Program (LDP). LDP will include similar BSET content topics via class and web-based sessions that will have a reduced out-of-clinic time. LDP is not replacing the standard BSET training, but rather is designed to be an option for CHC staff that may not otherwise be able to participate. LDP participants can choose to participate in the LDP only. Or, participants can attend LDP as a dedicated provider who will support a BSET team. Click here for more information about the new Leadership Development Program (LDP).

The standard BSET program will continue to run similarly to previous cohorts. BSET teams must include at least two providers from the following professions: primary care physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, dentists, psychiatrists, psychologists, LCSWs, marriage and family therapists, and other licensed behavioral health providers. Providers will choose to register and attend LDP or the full BSET Training. Click here to learn more about BSET, including dates and location. 

CCHN Webinar Archive
CCHN cultivates a robust training archive that contains all webinars produced through various partnerships and collaborations such as CCHN and CHAMPS Lunchtime Learning Professional Development and Outreach & Enrollment Distance Learning Series. Click here to access the webinar archive.

Save the Date: Building Better Health Conference
October 15–16, 2018
Mark your calendar for this year’s Building Better Health conference hosted by Colorado Covering Kids and Families (CKF), a project of CCHN. The Building Better Health conference is October 15–16, 2018, at the Hyatt Regency Aurora-Denver Conference Center. It is the only in-person training and networking opportunity in Colorado for all assisters, community-based organizations, advocates, and brokers who help Coloradans enroll in health coverage. The conference will cover health coverage policy updates, preparation for the sixth open enrollment period, outreach and enrollment best practices, Colorado’s eligibility system changes, messaging, communications, and health insurance literacy. In addition to training and resources, attendees will have the opportunity to network with colleagues from across the state. Visit CKF’s website and follow CKF’s Twitter for more updates and announcements.