Health Center Active Shooter & Intruder Response Training
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Date: August 24, 2016  

Time: 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.

Location: IPHCA Institute for Learning, 500 S. Ninth St., Second Floor, Springfield, IL 62701

About The Training

This training will provide healthcare administrators, security and front line personnel with information and strategies on recognizing and responding to a violent intruder. Strategos International has recently provided training with FQHCs in Missouri and will be providing a second training on workplace safety. Due to high reviews, Missouri Primary Care Association recommended Strategos International to IPHCA for this training.

Typically, the questions asked when discussing whether or not to prepare for the possibility of a violent intruder are: “Since it’s not likely to occur, is this something we should really spend time and resources preparing for?” or “What are the costs of doing something?” The real question to ask is “What are the costs of doing NOTHING?”

Target Audience

The training is intended for office and business managers, facility supervisors, clinic directors, chief executive officers, chief operating officers, compliance and quality improvement personnel. 

Registration Fee

Registration Rates

IPHCA Members - $250/per attendee

Non-Members - $350/per attendee

 

Enroll America Training
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Date: August 30 & -31, 2016
Time: 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Location: 
IPHCA Institute for Learning, 500 S. Ninth St., Second Floor, Springfield, IL 62701

About The Training

For the second year in a row, IPHCA has been selected by Enroll America to partner in the Get Covered Academy Endowment Project, funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, for IPHCA member health centers. This year, IPHCA is participating in the Leadership Track of the Get Covered Academy Endowment, but centers who did not participate last year are still welcome to join.

Through this project, health centers that commit to participate through summer 2017 must attend a two-day training on August 30 - 31 led by Enroll America (EA) on outreach strategies and will obtain access to many EA tools, learn data collection activities and analysis, as well as how to write a communications plan and work effectively with municipalities.

  • Overview of Training

    • The Endowment exists to support direct consumer contact through goal setting, outreach planning and regular evaluation.  All training and support will focus on identifying the uninsured, following-up with them, and ensuring they make it through the enrollment process.
    • Key components of the in-person training

    o   Health centers will create (or edit an existing) OE4 outreach plan.

    o   Sessions will be highly interactive, including group discussion, role play and scenario exercises.

    o   The agenda will focus on the enrollment cycle – initial consumer contact, follow-up, the consumer enrollment experience and post-enrollment follow-up.

    o   Tool usage, data systems, and assessing progress will be a theme threaded throughout training. Again this year, health center will have the option to utilize Enroll America's Connector tool for data collection and appointment scheduling and using it for evaluation will be covered in the training.

    • ​​​Enroll America will provide regular reports to assess progress to your goals based on your data entry. The reports will focus on a few key metrics we know are central to the enrollment cycle:

    o   Health centers must commit to reporting to EA uninsured IDs, follow-up calls made to consumers, appointments scheduled and where possible, resulting enrollments through Summer 2017.

    • OE4 coaching – After the in-person training, EA will set-up regular biweekly check-ins between health centers and their Enroll America trainer. The conversations will be used to celebrate what’s going well and when goals aren’t being met.  Discussions will occur about adjustments that should be made.

    Target Audience

    This training is intended for outreach and enrollment coordinators and assisters. Limit to three people per organization.

     

    Registration Fee
    • IPHCA Members:  $50/per attendee

    Lodging

     

    A room block has been reserved for the nights of August 29 & 30, 2016 at the rate of $89/per night at the State House Inn. To reserve a room call (217) 528-5100. IPHCA room block available until August 15, 2016. 

     

  • CHC Clinical Leaders Training Institute–Part 2

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    Date: September 9 & 10, 2016

    Location: IPHCA Institute for Learning, 500 S. Ninth St. Second Floor, Springfield, IL  62701


    About The Training

    IPHCA will host the “CHC Clinical Leaders Training Institute Part 2”, a two-day training for community health center (CHC) clinicians to enhance their knowledge and skills around various aspects of operations, management, and the changing health care environment.

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    Target Audience

    The training is intended for seasoned medical, dental and behavioral health directors.


    Session Content & Presenters

    This is an advanced level training, built upon the curriculum of IPHCA’s annual “CHC Clinical Leaders Training Institute – Part 1” (which is designed for new and aspiring leaders). The “CHC Clinical Leaders Training Institute-Part 2” is designed to enhance the knowledge and skills of current community health center clinical leaders around various aspects of operations, management, and the changing health care environment. In addition to CHC specific discussions and case study activities, participants will also gain knowledge regarding clinical integration, population health management, finance, and conflict resolution.  Presenters include local and national FQHC experts, all of whom have extensive experience working in FQHC’s. Networking opportunities will be available among peers and program faculty. 

     

    Continuing Education Credits

    This Live activity, CHC Clinical Leaders Training Institute-Part 2, with a beginning date of 09/09/2016, has been reviewed and is acceptable for up to  12.00 Prescribed credit(s) by the American Academy of Family Physicians. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

    The Illinois Department of Public Health has authorized this training for 12.5 Dental continuing education credits.

    IPHCA is authorized by the Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation to grant 12 continuing education credits for this training to: Professional Counselors, LCPCs, Marriage and Family Therapists, LCSWs and Registered Social Workers.


    Registration Fee

    Early Bird Registration Rates (Registrations received by August 7, 2016):

    IPHCA Members - $275/per attendee

    Non-Members - $375/per attendee

     

    Regular Registration Rates (Registrations received after August 7, 2016):

    IPHCA Members - $325/per attendee

    Non-Members - $425/per attendee


    Lodging

    A room block has been reserved for the nights of September 8 -10 at the rate of $109.00/per night at the Wyndham Springfield City Centre Website.

    Or call (217) 789-1530 -- Reservation Prompt (1) – you will be transferred to an operator let them know you want to reserve under a room block and use dates of 9/8 - 9/10 group name is Illinois Primary Health Care Association

    IPHCA Springfield Office
    500 S. Ninth St., Springfield, IL 62701

    IPHCA Chicago Office

    542 S. Dearborn St., Suite 300, Chicago, IL  60605