2017 is right around the corner and there are new regulations and requirements that will have a direct impact on patient flow.  Spend some time with Jodi L. Eisenberg, MHA, CPHQ, CPMSM, CSHA, Sr. Director, Accreditation Education Programs, Vizient, Inc. and learn about the essential regulatory and compliance requirements for patient flow.

Jodi L. Eisenberg, MHA, CPHQ, CPMSM, CSHA
Senior Director, Accreditation Education Programs
Vizient, Inc.

Jodi is the senior director accreditation education programs for Vizient, Inc.  which represents approximately 4500 healthcare organizations.  In this role, she leads the efforts to help members develop their continuous patient readiness process, improve their accreditation knowledge, solutions and strategies; and ultimately ensure a focus on quality and patient safety.

Prior to this role, Jodi led Accreditation, Clinical Compliance and Policy Management for Northwestern Medicine in Chicago.  She was responsible for leading the full range of Joint Commission and other accreditation and regulatory compliance activities for the system.  Also under her purview was the programmatic direction for the design, development, and system oversight for policy and procedure-management.  She has served as faculty for a variety of educational programs and has authored several articles and books related to accreditation and continuous readiness.

Jodi’s evolution in healthcare administration began in medical staff services and quality.  She holds a master’s degree in healthcare administration from the University of St. Francis, as well as several specialty certifications.

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  • Three things healthcare providers can do to make sure they’re in compliance with new regulations, as well as making sure patients are getting the right care at the right time.
  • The key resources caregivers need to have across the care continuum with the modernization of CMS requirements.
  • How The Joint Commission scoring initiative tie to patient flow.
  • The impact of regulations on the importance of patient flow management.
  • Recent findings related to discharge planning and how it should be more personalized.
  • The increasing role technology is playing in healthcare.

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