Education Calendar


FEB
11

This day-long program is designed to introduce writing for publication to the professional interested in being published in healthcare literature.

FEB
23
Tue. 2/23
NEW!

Join us for an informative and practical webinar exploring how successful boards have taken on quality oversight. This webinar will focus on providing practical suggestions and straightforward ideas to enhance your board’s effectiveness in this area. No matter where your board currently is on its journey, this webinar will have something for you.

MAR
3
Thu. 3/3
Thu. 3/3

This program will address critical safety issues for patients in the intensive care unit. The speakers will discuss a range of topics that are relevant to improving care processes for patients as well as engagement of families.

MAR
8
Tue. 3/8

On the heels of February's Writing for Publication I, this follow-up workshop will utilize “Manuscript Success” as a method to demystify the publishing process and provide practical evidence-based strategies for achieving publication goals. 

MAR
9
Wed. 3/9
Wed. 3/16
Wed. 3/23
Wed. 3/23
NEW!

October 1, 2015 changed the way we code. Documentation, accurate coding and mapping to the most appropriate MS-DRG is crucial to your bottom line. Grouper logic in ICD-9 and ICD-10 is NOT always a 1:1 map. Understanding how the logic changed and recognizing the importance of documentation and correct coding will help assure appropriate MS-DRG assignment leading to correct reimbursement and data quality.

MAR
11
Fri. 3/11

Designed to introduce members of a hospital governing body to the principles of hospital governance, this program will provide an understanding of the roles and responsibilities of serving as a hospital trustee. The sessions provide a comprehensive understanding of the role and responsibilities of a trustee and is a primer for understanding the financial statements for healthcare institutions.

MAR
17
March 17-18, 2016
NEW!

The purpose of this program is to provide nurse leaders and aspiring nurse leaders with tools and a better understanding of population health management and how nurse leaders can influence and transform the healthcare landscape to improve the care of targeted populations, incorporating a patient-centric approach and ultimately achieving a national healthcare imperative - better outcomes, improved care and control of costs.

MAR
22
Tue. 3/22
Tue. 3/22
NEW!

This program will demonstrate the need for healthcare organizations across the continuum of care to implement antimicrobial stewardship programs and how to tie those efforts to other patient safety issues including management and prevention of Clostridium difficile.

MAR
23
Wed. 3/23
NEW!

NJHA will host its third annual Medicaid Managed Care Provider Update forum to continue to foster communications surrounding the changing Medicaid managed care environment. Attendees will hear about recent policy decisions and operational updates from the Department of Human Services. Topics will include eligibility determinations, enrollment, care management, quality measurement, claims processing and payment.

MAR
24
Thu. 3/24
Thu. 6/23
Thu. 9/29
Thu. 12/15
Thu. 12/15
NEW!

Now in it's 12th year, this popular program, developed by NJHA Healthcare Business Solutions, is updated and offered quarterly throughout the year.  Each unique program will provide a comprehensive overview of new and revised Medicare rules and regulations.  Our expert staff will research, analyze and decipher the coding and billing rules and present them in a straightforward and organized manner cutting to the chase and presenting in simple terms what you really need to know.


Each quarterly program will address new, timely and evolving issues with its own list of agenda topics that are hot-off-the-press.

MAR
24
Thu. 3/24
NEW!

Hospital clinicians and nurses who enter management are required to perform finance functions in their jobs; however they are not necessarily comfortable with or knowledgeable about finance. This program is intended to provide finance education for hospital clinical directors and nurse leaders.

APR
18
Mon. 4/18
Mon. 4/18

The 2016 Spring Learning Session of the Statewide Perinatal Safety Collaborative will focus on the work within and extending beyond our region aimed at moving forward change and preventing further harm across the board.  

APR
26
Tue. 4/26
NEW!

Nurses should be ready to assume leadership roles on advisory and governance boards where policy decisions regarding healthcare are made, and where they can impact healthcare reform-related implementation efforts.

MAY
19

TeamSTEPPS™ is an evidence-based teamwork system aimed at optimizing patient outcomes by improving communication and teamwork skills among healthcare professionals.

MAY
24
Tue. 5/24
Tue. 5/24
Tue. 6/14
NEW!

The Healthcare Ethics Committee Symposium is designed to address the vital role of healthcare ethics committees and their unique responsibilities, including education, clinical ethics consultation and policy development and review.

SEP
22
Thu. 9/22
Thu. 9/22
Thu. 10/13
NEW!

The Healthcare Ethics Committee Symposium is designed to address the vital role of healthcare ethics committees and their unique responsibilities, including education, clinical ethics consultation and policy development and review.