With ICAHN and our Professional Education Services, you can focus on continuing education webinars and workforce development seminars that meet the ever-changing needs of rural providers.
ICAHN is asking all member hospitals to tell their rural story via video! We are highlighting each hospital on a daily basis on our social media channels, and we also hope to show some of these same videos during our upcoming ICAHN Annual Conference on November 18-19 at the I-Hotel in Champaign. Contact Stephanie to offer your submissions.
"Ensuring Patient Safety in Your Healthcare Setting," a two-part webinar series, will be held on September 23 from 11 a.m. to noon. These sessions will focus on understanding internal strengths and challenges as well as how to move from the blaming environment to one of shared accountability.
The ICAHN Institute Hospital Board Education Series has released three new video segments. Katie Anderson, Attorney-At-Law, Champaign Office, Heyl Royster, discusses physician contracting in Parts 1 and 2, and Robert "Bob" Thorn, Director, Pinnacle Healthcare Consulting, discusses "smart governance" in his session. Click below to link to the page that includes all videos released thus far.
ICAHN is currently offering a self-paced care coordination certification course for interested healthcare professionals, but primarily nurses and primary clinical staff. Those participating can earn 20 continuing education credits. There are are also partial scholarships available to ICAHN member hospital participants.
The Illinois Critical Access Hospital Network created "CAH TV: Rural Healthcare Explained," a video outlining all that defines critical access hospitals in the state of Illinois. Click below to view this video, produced by Table Sixteen Productions, Quincy.
ICAHN has created a new Physician Leadership Development Program, presented in a web and in-person series which begins on October 21 from 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. at O'Shea Builders Training Facility, Springfield. This highly interactive leadership program features peer-led discussions and focuses on leadership skills that will help physicians in rural Illinois be even more effective leaders and collaborators at work and in their communities.