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April 18, 2018
11:30AM-12:30PM

Synchronizing Care Between the Hospital and the Community to Reduce Sepsis Mortality

WEBINAR

Synchronizing Care Between the Hospital and the Community
to Reduce Sepsis Mortality

Presented by: Ohio Hospital Association Statewide Sepsis Initiative


April 18, 2018
11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. (EST)

OVERVIEW
At the completion of this presentation, the participant will describe the impact of care coordination between the hospital and the community in reducing sepsis mortality.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND
You are highly encouraged to invite your leadership to participate in this learning opportunity. OHA recommends this session for Executive Leadership, Clinical Leadership, Sepsis Coordinators, Pre-hospital providers, EMS Coordinators, Emergency Department leadership and staff, Quality professionals, Case Managers, Care Coordinators, Social Workers, Navigators, Nursing Homes, Outpatient clinics, Home Health Providers, and those who interact with home health care

PRESENTERS
Eve Bankert MT (ASCP) Senior Quality Improvement Specialist at IPRO Lead for the Community Based Sepsis Awareness Special Innovation Project
Amy Bowerman RN, BSN Mohawk Valley Health System Home Care Division: Executive Director of Senior Network Health and Director of Quality Improvement for Visiting Nurse Association of Utica and Oneida County
Al Cardillo, MSW Executive Vice President, Home Care Association of New York State Albany, New York Adjunct Faculty, MSW Program, University at Albany Adjunct Faculty, Public Health Program, Albany School of Pharmacy and Health Sciences

NO REGISTRATION REQUIRED AND THERE IS NO FEE
Click the following link to join the webcast: https://zoom.us/j/938203530

CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS
DISCLOSURES: The presenters have indicated no real or perceived conflicts of interest related to the presentation.  The Ohio Hospital Association (OLN-0017-P) is approved as a provider unit of continuing education by the Ohio Board of Nursing through the approver unit at the Ohio League for Nursing (OBN-006-92) and provider unit status is valid through June 2020.

Please contact OHA’s Center for Education at 614.221.7614 for information on continuing education credits.


QUESTIONS?
Please contact Dorothy Aldridge at Dorothy.aldridge@ohiohospitals.org.

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2018-04-18 11:30:00 2018-04-18 12:30:00 America/Detroit Synchronizing Care Between the Hospital and the Community to Reduce Sepsis Mortality Synchronizing Care Between the Hospital and the Community to Reduce Sepsis Mortality Presented by: Ohio Hospital Association Statewide Sepsis Initiative April 18, 201811:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. (EST) OVERVIEWAt the completion of this presentation, the participant will describe the impact of care coordination between the hospital and the community in reducing sepsis mortality. WHO SHOULD ATTENDYou are highly encouraged to invite your leadership to participate in this learning opportunity. OHA recommends this session for Executive Leadership, Clinical Leadership, Sepsis Coordinators, Pre-hospital providers, EMS Coordinators, Emergency Department leadership and staff, Quality professionals, Case Managers, Care Coordinators, Social Workers, Navigators, Nursing Homes, Outpatient clinics, Home Health Providers, and those who interact with home health carePRESENTERSEve Bankert MT (ASCP) Senior Quality Improvement Specialist at IPRO Lead for the Community Based Sepsis Awareness Special Innovation ProjectAmy Bowerman RN, BSN Mohawk Valley Health System Home Care Division: Executive Director of Senior Network Health and Director of Quality Improvement for Visiting Nurse Association of Utica and Oneida CountyAl Cardillo, MSW Executive Vice President, Home Care Association of New York State Albany, New York Adjunct Faculty, MSW Program, University at Albany Adjunct Faculty, Public Health Program, Albany School of Pharmacy and Health Sciences NO REGISTRATION REQUIRED AND THERE IS NO FEEClick the following link to join the webcast: https://zoom.us/j/938203530 CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITSDISCLOSURES: The presenters have indicated no real or perceived conflicts of interest related to the presentation.  The Ohio Hospital Association (OLN-0017-P) is approved as a provider unit of continuing education by the Ohio Board of Nursing through the approver unit at the Ohio League for Nursing (OBN-006-92) and provider unit status is valid through June 2020.Please contact OHA’s Center for Education at 614.221.7614 for information on continuing education credits. QUESTIONS?Please contact Dorothy Aldridge at Dorothy.aldridge@ohiohospitals.org. WEBINAR
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