IN-PERSON LEARNING



MHA offers a variety of in-person learning opportunities throughout the state and at our MHA Conference Center in Madison. Many educational offerings are held in conjunction with the annual meetings of our affilated societies. Because reimbursement is such a big issue for our hospitals, MHA also offers many coding workshops throughout the year.

ONLINE LEARNING

We recognize the budget constraints our member facilities face, and MHA offers learning opportunities that can be viewed within the hospital through audio and web based programs.


Webinars

MHA offers webinars through various entities on various topics that MHA feels are meaningful educational programs for our members. For more information, visit webinars.mhanet.org or contact Anasthia Amos at (800) 289-8884, (601) 368-3263 or aamos@mhanet.org.   

Events

 
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During this webinar we will discuss the options and requirements for credentialing telemedicine practitioners under the CMS regulations, HFAP, and Joint Commission standards. It will include a discussion of required policies, procedures, and bylaws language as well as the contractual requirements under the CMS regulations. Both acute care and critical access regulations will be discussed. Click on the Event Name for more... Details
When: May 16, 2016
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FREE, 3-Day HAZWOPER Training

When: May 18–20, 2016
Where: Canton, MS
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FREE, 3-Day HAZWOPER Training

When: June 1–3, 2016
Where: Hattiesburg, MS
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The Mississippi Healthcare Executives, an independent chapter of the American College of Healthcare Executives, will hold its summer meeting on June 8. The program includes an awards luncheon at noon with guest ACHE speaker, Chuck Stokes followed by an ACHE approved F2F panel, discussing POPULATION HEALTH.

When: June 8, 2016
Where: Point Clear, AL
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In an effort to challenge the current care delivery system and processes the Community Care Network was piloted in 2013 to address issues of readmissions and frequent emergency room visits. A further goal was to identify ways to actively engage patients in greater management of their chronic conditions. It was clear that something was not working outside the walls of the hospital and that we did not understand the reality patients’ were navigating, or attempting to navigate. A... Details
When: July 14, 2016
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ICD-10 was implemented in the United States almost one year ago. We will take a look at the current CMS and industry statistics on the impact of ICD-10 to productivity and denials. We will discuss strategies for improving coding accuracy and productivity as well as reducing denials. We will explore common ICD-10 coding struggles that are being reported from hospitals and physicians and provide coding guidance for these difficult scenarios. Finally, we will look ahead to the... Details
When: August 16, 2016
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Delta Council Meeting

When: September 1, 2016
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Service excellence is critical to patients, their loved ones and other customers who rely on you and your team. Service excellence does not happen by accident. It is the result of purposeful design by leaders who are committed to providing the highest levels of service.

When: September 27, 2016
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Services have been provided, and the physician deemed the procedure/service to be appropriate for the patient. So why aren’t you getting paid? We will tackle that question during this session and provide you with some actionable steps to avoid many of those pesky medical necessity denials.

When: September 27, 2016
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When: October 3–5, 2016
Where: Madison, MS
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CAHs hospitals must comply with the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services’ CoP for Critical Access Hospitals. The CMS regulations and interpretive guidelines serve as the basis for determining compliance and this manual will be discussed in detail as well as the revised changes. Attendees will learn details about the CoPs and what to do when a surveyor arrives at your facility. Every section on the CAH hospital manual will be covered in this three-part webinar... Details
When: October 4, 2016
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When: November 1–2, 2016
Where: Gulfport, MS