Healthcare Intelligence Network
Health Management Career Update
Vol. V, No. 17
September 22, 2006
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Sponsored by: Cultural Competency in Healthcare: Ensuring Culturally Appropriate Treatment and Services To Reduce Disparities and Improve Outcomes
Cultural Competency in Healthcare: Ensuring Culturally Appropriate Treatment and Services To Reduce Disparities and Improve Outcomes, an October 11, 2006 audio conference, will present case studies from industry experts who have developed and implemented and continue to refine their healthcare competency programs to provide culturally appropriate care to their diverse populations.
During this 90-minute audio conference, Elsa Batica, cross cultural health development and training manager with Children's Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota and Patti Ludwig-Beymer, administrative director for nursing research and education, Edward Hospital & Health Services, will provide an in-depth description of the cultural competency programs at their organizations and how these efforts improve the overall quality of care their organizations provide.For more information or to register, please visit:
1.) Assistant Director-Linen Services, Harlingen, TX
Requires the ability to oversee operations and processing of all institutional washing and maintain adequate levels of linens.For more information, please visit:
Director of Nursing, NM, UT, ID, OK, CO
"Making a difference as partners in delivering excellent patient care and service that exceeds the expectations of our customers, thereby becoming the leading provider of post-acute care in each community we serve."For more information, please visit:
Corporate Compliance Officer, Kirkland, WA
Located 15 miles east of Seattle, Evergreen has an opportunity for a compliance professional to provide guidance and assure regulatory compliance for 244-bed healthcare system, under the direction of the CEO.For more information, please visit:
2.) Situation Wanted: Healthcare Project Manager or Program Manager or Consultant
Program Manager- Health Programs- Disease Management Facilitate the development and implementation of clinically focused preventative health, disease management and other health improvement initiatives. Work closely with clinical quality measurement, network providers, vendors and other external organizations to coordinate the development and implementation of programs. Responsibilities focus on work team facilitation, program planning and work flow design, day-to-day coordination of program implementation across multiple health plan departments, provider and member communications, and regulatory/accreditation compliance.For more information, please visit:
3.) Consumer-Defined Healthcare: Are You Ready To Seize the Opportunities?
The emerging Consumer Directed Healthcare (CDH) market offers many opportunities. Implementing a successful CDH program can be a complex endeavor. Does it make sense for you to build the capabilities internally, or should you look to an outsourcer to support the additional requirements? Learn what you need to know when making this decision.Register to download this white paper today at:
4.) 'Devaluation' Of EA Services Seen As Key Threat To Profession
The devaluation of EA services, dilution of the image of EA and pricing are among the threats facing the EA profession, according to EA managers who responded to our EAP Leadership Survey when asked "What If Any, Are the Major Threats to the EA Profession Today?"For more information, please visit:
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