Attend this webinar to learn specific tips, techniques, strategies, and tools for interacting with difficult people effectively, to both get the job done and have less stress in your life. Move from frustration and overwhelm to confidence, ease, and empowerment.
Large workforce transitions have been accelerated by the COVID-19 crisis and reskilling and upskilling play a key role in driving organizational performance and helping employees feel connected to the workplace. Organizations that focus on building an agile learning culture pivot out of crisis faster and are better able to engage and future proof their workforce. Yet research shows that less than 25% of C-suite leaders say they provide the kind of flexible, agile learning needed to meet post-pandemic demands. Join this interactive webinar to discover agile learning practices that can help your leaders make significant leaps in business transformation, employee engagement, health and wellness, and overall performance.
This webinar discusses expected behaviors and practices for ensuring the laboratory is well managed, Personnel are safe and Results produced by the laboratory can be relied upon. The webinar discusses all aspects of laboratory management from works schedules to inventory management to testing to result and data management including roles and responsibilities of laboratory personnel.
The #MeToo movement has brought about significant awareness of the extent to which exploitation, abuse, harassment and discrimination exist among different sexes and genders. Effectively, the “good ole boys” networks of former times are on their death knell and new opportunities are opening up to persons who were formerly disadvantaged by attitudes and behaviors of the past which are now deemed unacceptable. Firms that have failed to modify their culture and attitudes to provide more respect to others face ostracism, legal liabilities and even prosecution.
This session will discuss the issues surrounding the use of various communication technologies under HIPAA controls, and the recent guidance and declarations from HHS about HIPAA and the response to COVID-19.
This webinar will detail a data integrity governance program and principles for defining quality and data integrity into processes and systems. It will cover the common problems from FDA 483 observations and warning letters and teach you how to avoid them.
The United States Department of Labor released its new overtime exemption rules, and they went into effect on January 1, 2020. For many employers that means that many of the positions it had previously classified as exempt from overtime requirements will not be any longer – unless these employees receive a salary increase equal to or greater than the new salary threshold. The new salary rules are expected to impact at least a million workers nationwide, and to result in a significant increase in the number of employees who will be eligible for overtime pay.
Each year the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) approves updates to the ICD-10-CM of diagnosis codes to become effective for medical claims beginning on October 1st. The changes must be implemented by all medical providers in order to have medical claims submitted and reimbursed in a timely manner. This webinar will highlight the 2021 changes to ICD-10-CM for attendees.
NISTIR 8286 is blueprint for connecting cybersecurity to Enterprise Risk Management (ERM). This webinar explains the core concepts and practices in NISTIR 8286 by applying it to the Australia cyber security regulatory framework, APRA CPS 234, as a case study.
This 1-hour webinar will provide the latest assessment of RoHS regulations in effect and pending around the globe for the year 2021. We will draw out key developments and key dates (if applicable) with particular emphasis on requirements for US and European firms.
In this care coordination training you will learn how to apply the key strategies for reducing your hospital’s cost and length of stay. Also you will learn how to appreciate the role of interdisciplinary care rounds by identifying your hospital’s strength and weakness related to care coordination.
In these unprecedented times, when former certainties are no longer so, it is key to keep the levels and standards of operations, and so is the priority. But any weakness in risk management is likely to come back during the recovery phase, if not even before.
Many of the commonly used statistical tests and calculations of chart limits (or other measurements) require that the data be “normally distributed”. This webinar will show you how to check for normality in your data and apply transformations to non-normal data. You will also learn tools and concepts to understand when a transformation of data is, or is not, necessary.
This webinar provides Introduction to the Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC); latest executive order and legislative activity as well as a review of current enforcement trends all with a view to preparing participants to implement effective compliance programs.
This webinar will discuss the steps to perform a good fact-based investigation, tools, and when to use them for analyzing facts gathered during investigation to identify one or more root causes and Tools for determining appropriate actions to take to address identified root cause(s).
This webinar reviews the requirements for good manufacturing practices for active pharmaceutical ingredients. It is based on the requirements of International Conference on Harmonization of Technical Requirements for Registration of Pharmaceuticals for Human Use and its document Q7 Good Manufacturing Practice Guidance for Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients.
Each year the American Medical Association (AMA) makes changes to the CPT® manual that become effective for dates of service January 1st. This year is no exception with 307 total changes that include 207 new codes, 48 revised codes, and 52 deleted codes.
Whether you’re a first-time manager or a seasoned manager, holding people accountable can be frustrating and bring out the worst of emotions and more so when employees are remotely working.
Accountability, done effectively, is a skill you can develop just like any other skill, and while it is not a difficult skill to acquire and hone, it does require a high degree of conscious effort and even more challenging when working remotely. This webinar addresses best practices and tips for holding employees accountable from a distance.