November 18th, 11am-12pm ET
Speaker: Rayna M. Scott
Link to register: Navigating Quality and Performance Improvement
The increased importance of health care quality requires organizations to perform at levels that enable them to remain competitive while meeting patient expectations and maximizing reimbursement. This material is presented as a discussion about some of the ways healthcare professionals from all disciplines can contribute to the success of quality and performance improvement programs at their organizations. There are practical approaches that do not require extensive time commitments and can be easily learned, adapted and implemented in most areas.
Objective 1: Describe quality performance improvement requirements in healthcare organizations.
Objective 2: Identify activities that most health professionals can participate in.
Objective 3: Motivate audience to participate in quality and performance improvement initiatives.
December 7th, 12pm-1pm ET
Speakers: Brenda Marie Palo, Tina Roberts, & Jennifer Kellogg
Link to register: How to Leverage Your Residents in Radiation Oncology
Review with the participants key strategies or tools to implement, which support residents beyond their clinical care responsibilities.
Goal: To share our best practices on how to support your residents during their training.
Objective 1: Provide Comprehensive Support Residents
Objective 2: Focus on Inclusion and Diversity
Objective 3: Understand the importance of a dedicated Program Coordinator and Other Pathways for Support
January 11th, 10am-11am ET
Speakers: Debra Corbin & Jana Grienke
Link to register: Transformative Leadership During COVID-19
The novel coronavirus and the disease it causes, COVID-19 is one of the more unpredictable health crises we have faced in recent times. Radiation Oncology is situated at a uniquely precarious intersection between the desire to safeguard a vulnerable patient population while providing necessary treatment in a timely manner so as to not compromise oncologic outcomes. I paradigm-shifting adaptations is imperative for Radiation Oncology Leaders to address workflows in these challenging times.
Goal: This session will highlight some leadership best practices to navigate the adaptive challenges we have faced in Radiation Oncology administration.
Objective 1: Real-time workflow adaptations
Objective 2: Billing/coding guidelines
Objective 3: Clinic risk mitigation strategies
Check out our past webinar recordings here (you will need to login with your SROA username and password).