Training and Events

 

CCHN Training Calendar

Upcoming Building Skills for Effective Teams (BSET) Training
CCHN
See dates below
Over the course of a 12-month period, the BSET Program will include four 2.5 day workshops with ongoing coaching between workshops, and the implementation of a capstone project. The BSET training program is scheduled to start in May 2017 and run through April 2018. All members of teams must commit to attend all scheduled dates.

  • Session 1 of 4: May 18-20,2017
  • Session 2 of 4: July 26-28,2017
  • Session 3 of 4: Oct. 4-6,2017
  • Apr. 13, 2018 – Final Capstone Presentation

More information on Team Composition, Capstone, Coaching and Cost:

  • Teams must include at least two providers (MD/DO/DDS/PA/APRNs). Teams can range in size from four (4) to seven (7) CHC staff members. Remaining team members can be any other member of the team such as registered nurses, case managers, behavioral health staff, medical assistants, and other frontline clinical and nonclinical support staff who work with these primary care providers.
  • Over the course of the year, teams will complete a UDS-focused capstone project and complete a final presentation.
  • Individualized team coaching throughout the year will be provided by Colorado Center for Nursing Excellence.

Registration: Click here to register. Cost: $475 per participant

 
Building an Effective Physician Recruitment Strategy
CCHN
Webinar – May 17, 2017, 12:00-1:00 p.m. MT
In order to track success, innovations, and areas for improvement, every health center should have a thorough recruitment strategy. While the idea of a “recruitment plan” may seem too rigid or hard to keep up with, a defined strategic structure can actually allow you the flexibility to safely try new processes, gather data on your efforts, and maximize your recruitment investments. Join this webinar to walk through a free Retention & Recruitment Plan Template, which provides information, ideas, and developed tables for you to incorporate into your health center’s recruitment strategy. Participants will hear about the benefits of developing or updating a recruitment strategy, specific processes to consider, and how to get started.
Registration: Click here to register. Cost: Free
 

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 

 

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.

Additional Training:

Project ECHO – Clinical Practice Support
CCHN and ECHO Colorado
See website for date and time details
Attention primary care providers! ECHO Colorado is accepting pre-registrations for the 2016 learning community on Hepatitis C and other topics. Join our learning community to gain a clearer understanding on Medicaid requirements, current diagnosis tools and best treatment options. Learning curriculum will last for approximately six months and meet twice per month starting March 9, 2016. Space is limited to 20 participants so sign up today!
Registration: Click here to learn more.

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