When a member of your chapter
participates in a national HFMA program, your chapter earns DCMS
education hours that count toward your education goal. Live HFMA
programs also offer offer CPE credits for members. Access live and recorded on-demand webinars and eLearning Self-Study
courses from your home or office. Most webinars are free to members;
e-learning courses offer exceptional value. And don't forget the 2013 Virtual Conference
with two live dates for the 2013–14 DCMS year. The networking opportunities
that come with face-to-face education is hard to beat, so don't forget
to direct your members to HFMA's Spring Seminars or ANI: The HFMA National Institute to get the information they need to meet the challenge of the rapid pace of change in health care.
Can't find a session you're looking for? Check our webinar calendar weekly. We schedule new sessions intermittently, and the calendar
receives frequent updates and additions. For more information on a
particular webinar or to register now, click the links above or call
(800) 252-4362, ext. 2.
HFMA provides webinars on-demand for one calendar year following the live webinar date and year. Check out HFMA's library of on-demand
webinars that qualify for chapter education hours. Most on-demand webinars are
free for members and several can be purchased for $49. For a complete
list, visit the On-Demand Webinars section in the Desktop Learning Center.
HFMA also offers eLearning Self-Study for Individuals,
accessible anytime for up to six months or one year after purchase.
Courses range from one to 14 hours and $49 to $295. New courses are
added regularly, so check the schedule often.
HFMA's popular Spring Seminars provide
tested solutions, strategies, and metrics to help you keep pace with the
relentless changes reshaping American health care, while enhancing your
professional development. Whether you’re new to the industry or need
guidance navigating the path ahead, you have more than 20 seminars to
choose from! Join us May 7-9 in Memphis, Tenn. Like the Virtual Conference, non-member registration includes an HFMA membership for those who are new to HFMA.
Get a jump start on your national education hours. HFMA’s Virtual Conference
includes live sessions, offers all new content. Earn up to 6 CPEs for
attending the live presentations. There are still two live dates for 2013: July 17, and October 16. Each date offers new education
content including a keynote session, a session that presents the latest
findings from HFMA’s Value Project, and a real-world case study that
provides solutions to improve the quality of care and reduce costs.The
conference is FREE to Members; non-member registration includes an HFMA
membership for those who are new to HFMA. Chapters earn DCMS
educational program hours for all member attendees.
Sunday is a Whole New Day at ANI
This year's ANI: The HFMA National Institute will be held at the Orange County Convention Center, Orlando, Fla., June 16–19.
From solutions to celebration, Sunday's lineup at the 2013 ANI will help you break through the complexity and uncertainty of health care. (And there’ll be prizes, too!)
Get pointers from Jim Collins, our Sunday headliner and bestselling author of Good to Great. Collins will inform and inspire with examples of how organizations have thrived amid chaos. The session begins at 4:45 PM.
Get back to giving. Look beyond your
professional challenges with the HFMA 2013 Philanthropy Project,
conducted in partnership with Give Kids the World. HFMA attendees and
families will work at various attractions throughout a 70-acre
“storybook” resort. Anyone over the age of 12 can participate. The event
takes place on Sunday from 7:00 AM to 1:00 PM.
Pick up sound business intelligence.
Learn about strategies for managing risk, aligning leadership, and
improving care delivery. Talk to colleagues. Get the best ideas out
there. Learn more at http://www.hfmaconference.org/.
Publication Date: Tuesday, April 30, 2013