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COVID-19: Virus and Other Coronaviruses
This 30-minute course is offered at no charge to healthcare providers. In this training you’ll learn:
Healthcare professionals are within a high-risk category and need options. Educating those dealing directly with treatment and exposure is the first line of defense in helping prevent pandemics from spreading.Access Training
Respiratory Hygiene and Cough Etiquette
Respiratory hygiene and cough etiquette, along with other elements of Standard Precautions, are the building blocks of infection prevention and control in any healthcare organization. At any time of the year, and particularly during cold and flu season, healthcare facilities are a key source for exposure to respiratory pathogens for staff members, patients, and visitors. In light of the current COVID-19 crisis, it is important that staff are properly trained and knowledgeable of how the virus is transmitted if precautions are not strictly enforced and consistently followed.
CMS Telehealth and Credentialing Requirement Changes
The Center for Medicaid Services has issued new Telehealth and Credentialing requirements in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. This webinar will cover the current requirements and discuss the trending requirement changes.
COVID-19 Pandemic Preparedness for Your Front-Line Staff
What are the most current recommendations for surge management and front-line staff preparedness around the novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)? Learn more about them from Board Certified Emergency Physician, Phil DiGiacomo, M.D., and Heather Tuttle (BSN, RN, CEN, TCRN).
Actions Home Health Clinicians Can Take To Prevent The Spread of COVID-19
During this webinar we will cover:
COVID-19 and Long-Term Care Providers: Where Are We Now
Join Relias and PointClickCare as we discuss the ongoing pandemic. During this webinar we will cover the following questions:
The Coronavirus and Your Social Health: How to Manage Stress & Your Relationships
With the coronavirus/COVID-19 pandemic, EMS providers face additional challenges to our health and well-being. Long shifts, odd hours, sleep deprivation, overtime/second jobs, and trauma exposure can do damage to our personal and professional relationships. There’s no better time than right now to learn healthy relationship and communication skills that you can put to use immediately. Take advice from these EMS experts on effective ways to manage stressors and mitigate negative impacts on relationships in this novel world–where long shifts are now followed by more crowded households and social distancing.
How EMS Can Launch Telehealth & Transport Alternatives During the COVID Pandemic
The coronavirus pandemic has put a tremendous strain on the healthcare system, overburdening the 911 communication centers, EMS systems and hospitals. Creative and persistent champions in EMS are working around the clock to implement new models of response that can ease this burden. Tune in for advice, tips and innovative workarounds for EMS agencies and PSAPs to create alternatives like telehealth and nurse navigation.
Coronavirus “30-Minute Quick Checks” for Long Term Care (3-part series)
Presented: Susan LaGrange, RN, BSN, NHA, CDONA, FACDONA, CIMT, IP-BC, Director of Education at Pathway Health Lisa Thomson, BA, LNHA, HSE, CIMT, Chief Strategy Officer at Pathway Health
Part 1: Are You Ready for the CMS COVID-19 Focused Survey?
Part 2: How to Guide Your Team Through The COVID-19 Pandemic
Part 3: COVID-19 Infection Control Competency Expectations
COVID-19 and Safe Operations: What You Should Know
COVID-19 continues to challenge the U.S. healthcare system, particularly our EMS personnel serving on the frontlines of the pandemic response. As our understanding of this virus evolves, so does our response. This webinar will offer an overview of the latest information and best practices in the use of PPE and disinfecting processes, and provide general COVID-19 response safety tips. Attendees will learn:
Be advised that information contained herein is intended to serve as a useful reference for informational purposes only and is not complete clinical information. This information is intended for use only by competent healthcare professionals exercising judgment in providing care. McKesson cannot be held responsible for the continued currency of or for any errors or omissions in the information.