CPS Faculty for National Webinar Series

October 7, 2013    |   By: Calevir

Part II, National Webinar Series, Scheduled October 16 at 1:00 PM CST!

The Center for Patient Safety staff will serve as faculty to answer more of your questions for Part II: PSOs? PSES? PSWP? You have questions, we have answers!   This Webinar will delve deeper into PSO processes and how to gain the most from PSO participation in Part II of this series, a follow up to the September 12th Part I Webinar (listen to the audio and/or watch the presentation).

In Part II you will learn more details about working with a PSO and setting up your processes to take the most advantage of PSO participation and the federal confidentiality protections that are available by working with a PSO.   A bonus included in Part II is an update on court challenges to the federal PSO protections.

We hope you will join us for this FREE Webinar held in partnership with Verge Solutions!.

Registration is available here!


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