We're gearing up to offer and attend a variety of virtual events this year. Check out our latest event below and be sure to reserve your spot. We have more events coming up, so check back here regularly to be first in line to register!
[LIVE WEBINAR] Taking Peer Review to the Next Level: Efficiencies for FPPEs and Mortality Reviews – Wednesday, April 28th | 2:00PM EST
You’re invited to our latest webinar, Taking Peer Review to the Next Level: Efficiencies for FPPEs and Mortality Reviews, to learn about the power of configuration capabilities within RLDatix’s Peer Review Module for FPPE and Mortality Reviews, hear how UNC Health uses the tool and more!
[VIRTUAL CONFERENCE] NPE and CRC Virtual Experience: A Provider Enrollment, Credentialing, and Privileging Online Conference – Monday, April 19th - Thursday, April 22
Stop by and see us at this virtual conference presented by the Credentialing Resource Center Symposium and the National Provider Enrollment Forum. The four-day event will delve into the complex processes involved in credentialing, privileging, peer review, and enrollment. Get ready to receive expert guidance and best practices to ensure your practitioners are properly vetted and reimbursed for their services.
[ON-DEMAND] HRO in Healthcare - What is it in 2021? – Thursday, March 4th at 2:00PM CST | 3:00PM EST
Join Tom Peterson, MD, VP, Chief Safety Officer, Trinity Health, to take an in-depth look at the High Reliability Organization (HRO) movement and its evolution in healthcare over the past 15 years. Discover where the movement has fallen short, ways healthcare professionals can better understand and apply it, strategies for integrating it with other popular initiatives and how we can continue to evolve and improve HRO.
[ON-DEMAND] Provider Management – A Fundamental Component of your HRO Journey - Thursday, February 4th at 2:00PM CST | 3:00PM EST
Join Chris Malanuk, Senior Vice President, Provider Solutions, RLDatix to learn how to optimize your organization’s safety initiatives with provider management, credentialing and privileging as central components.