KFMC Health Improvement Partners, with the Kansas Department of Health and Environment, hosts a monthly Open Office Hours about infection prevention and control practices for staff and representatives of long-term care facilities and communal settings providers. The 30-minute calls are held at 1:00 PM CT on the fourth Tuesday of January through October, 2023.
Registration is now open for the 2023 Kansas Health Equity Summit. The Summit is a dynamic gathering of healthcare professionals, payers, community leaders, and advocates committed to creating a more equitable and inclusive healthcare system. Don’t miss this incredible opportunity to be part of a transformative movement towards a healthcare system that ensures fairness, inclusivity, and optimal health outcomes for every individual, regardless of their background or circumstances.
One of the goals of the Kansas Health Equity Summit is to provide participants with the opportunity to learn from what others are doing. We invite community organizations, academic institutions, provider organizations, and other interested partners to submit poster presentations to be shared with our Summit participants.
The webinar series will be held the 3rd Thursday of the month, June through October 2023, from 1:30 pm to 2:30 pm. The presenter is Dr. Kelli Wark, MD, MPH. She is the HAI/AR Expert and Antimicrobial Stewardship Lead for KDHE and Assistant Professor of Infectious Disease at the University of Kansas Medical Center.
KFMC Health Improvement Partners has partnered with Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE) and Kansas Healthcare Collaborative to facilitate this in-person infection prevention education series for frontline and leadership staff (nurse aide, dietary, housekeeping, laundry, maintenance, nursing, administration) in Kansas hospitals, long term care, and communal living facilities throughout the state of Kansas.
KFMC Health Improvement Partners and Kansas Department of Health and Environment, Healthcare-Associated Infections & Antimicrobial Resistance Program, are pleased to be able to provide Project Firstline in-person infection prevention training throughout Kansas to frontline healthcare workers in long term care and communal living settings.
KFMC Health Improvement Partners (KFMC) is celebrating 50 years of transforming the delivery of care in the evolving healthcare landscape. Since 1972, the KFMC team has been focused on bringing meaningful change and sustained high performance to health organizations nationwide.
KFMC and KDHE Healthcare-Associated Infections & Antimicrobial Resistance Program are pleased to be able to provide a virtual facilitated infection prevention training opportunity to healthcare workers in communal living settings.
As your practice has transitioned to delivering more care virtually, now is the time to reassess your IT security posture, including policies and procedures.
Our practice transformation and HIT specialists share their knowledge and most current information around each topic in this webinar series.