• AH Center Of Excellence
    WEC Resources for Meeting
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    Febuary 6, 2014

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  • Two ICD-10 Workshops to be offered in 2014. Part 1- 2/ 18 - 3/ 17   
    Part 2- 3/31 - 5/9
    Online and Available 24/7

  • Medical Assistant
    Exam Review Workshop Registration being Accepted now thru 5/6/14

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  1. Washington Centers of Excellence 4th Quarter Highlights
    Take a look at what Washington State's Centers of Excellence completed in their fourth quarter. Highlights

April 2, 2014 - Future of Healthcare in Washington

Presentations Available:

    1. New Horizons for Healthcare - Teeter
    2. Connecting the Head to the Body - Holmes
    3. OCR Investigations - Christiansen
    4. Community Behavioral Health Services
    5. Meaningful Use - Levinthal

    April 1, 2014 - Allied Health Deans & Director's Networking Conference

    Presentations Available:

  1. Care Coordination / Patient Navigator Programs
    Representatives from invited colleges (Clark, Whatcom and Highline) will share program development information. Guests from industry and workforce partners will have an opportunity to share in the discussion of the need to develop a common care coordinator/patient navigator curriculum.
    1. Patient Health Advocates
      Clark College
    2. Patient Navigation & Care Coordination Open Source Curriculum
      Whatcom Community College
    3. Community Behavioral Health Services
      Joe Roszak, MA Chief Executive Officer
      Kitsap Mental Health Services

  2. March 25, 2014 Pierce County Health Career Day

    AH COE student resources shared at this event are available on our Career Pathways page.

    The Pierce County Health Careers Council and WorkForce Central, in partnership with Pacific Lutheran University, hosted the seventh annual Pierce County Health Career Day in Tacoma, Washington on March 25 on the campus of Pacific Lutheran University.

    This exciting partnership provided a rich experience for Pierce County high school students. Career workshop sessions were available to participants. Health professionals from a vast range of health care fields shared their expertise and presented their first-hand experience.

    Educational requirements, job options, and the realities and demands of a career in healthcare are a few of the subjects discussed. Students also scheduled time to visit the Exhibitors' Hall as one of their career session choices.

    This was their opportunity to speak with and gather information from educational institutions and area employers about a career in the health care field. Major health education providers in Washington also attended, including community and technical colleges, and universities.

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