Next in the CE Series:
Lean Management Practices for the Ambulatory Health Care Setting

NHA's latest series of continuing education (CE) content focuses on Lean management practices in the workplace. 

This series introduces allied health professionals to some important Lean concepts, geared specifically to the ambulatory health care environment. Certificants completing the series will have a better understanding of Lean and how Lean concepts can improve patient experience, flow, patient safety and reduce waste. 

Articles in this series include:

  • Using Lean Management in the Ambulatory Practice Setting: Removing Waste, 5S and Standard Work
  • Using Lean Management to Improve Team Based Care
  • Using Lean Management in the Ambulatory Practice Setting: Mistake Proofing the Medical Office

     

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The world of health care is always changing. Because of this, continuing education (CE) is required as a part of certification renewal.

Important info on continuing education:

  • Earn 10 CE credits every two years to keep your certification current
  • There are different CE requirements for Pharmacy Technician (CPhT) renewals. You can learn about those here
  • Before completing NHA CE, you should check the rules or regulations of the licensing or regulatory agency of your state, in case there are different requirements

Invest in your professional development with the following CE content added this year:

  • 2017 CPT Coding Update
  • ICD-10-CM Diagnostic Coding and Reporting Guidelines for Outpatient Services
  • ICD-10-CM General Coding Guidelines, Part 1
  • ICD-10-CM General Coding Guidelines, Part 2
  • Diabetes Mellitus Overview
  • Dietary Guidelines 2015-2020 and a Healthy Eating Pattern
  • Heart Failure
  • Screening for Malnutrition
  • New Tricks and Trends of the Trade Series Articles
  • Coding Case Studies
  • Lean Management Practices for the Ambulatory Health Care Setting

     

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