Workforce Solutions through IHA Human Capital Performance

Date: November 28, 2018
Time: 10:00 - 11:00 a.m.
Location: Webinar


About the Training

The greatest asset of any organization is its employees. Recruiting and retaining top talent is critical to meeting your organization’s health care mission, yet it is no simple task. The Illinois Health and Hospital Association (IHA) offers a broad portfolio of HR solutions spanning the life cycle of your employees—through IHA Human Capital Performance—to support and enhance your human resources team.

Recruitment & On-Boarding:
  • Pre-Employment Screenings
  • Criminal History Background Checks
  • Illinois Sex Offender and OIG Sanctions Checks
  • I-9 and e-Verify Solutions

Unemployment Insurance Claims Administration:
  • Initial and Subsequent Claims
  • Administrative Law Judge Hearings
  • IDES Board of Appeals
  • Claim Activity and Executive Summary Reports
  • Management Training Programs

Holly Barnett, Director of Business Development, Illinois Health & Hospital Association
Holly graduated from the University of Kansas with a Bachelor of Science in Journalism degree. She worked for the Chicago Tribune in multi-media sales for ten years, in which she handled their single largest advertising client, Shaker Recruitment. Ms. Barnett then worked in marketing and business development for two non-acute health care facilities specializing in all forms of medical imaging for six years. With these two companies (Community Imaging and Molecular Imaging of Chicago), Holly worked closely with multiple FQHC’s, including Access Community Health Network and VNA, as well as hundreds of other physicians in both independent practices, as well as those practices who are a part of one of the major health care networks, throughout the city and suburbs. Holly has been the Director of Business Development with the Illinois Health and Hospital Association since April 2018 in both the Human Capital Performance and the Group Purchasing divisions.
Gary Drain, Assistant Vice President of Human Capital and Performance, Illinois Health & Hospital Association
Gary joined Metropolitan Chicago Healthcare Council (MCHC) in 1987, after completing his Undergraduate and Graduate coursework in Organizational Psychology & Management at Central Michigan University. He has worked in the field of Human Resources for over 31 years in the healthcare consulting sector. Gary started as a Personnel Specialist and was later promoted to Manager and then Director of Human Resource Services. Between 1987 and 1998, he also conducted over 100 Employee Opinion Surveys for MCHC member hospitals. Gary now serves as Assistant Vice President, Human Capital Performance with the Illinois Health & Hospital Association (IHA), where he is responsible for all compensation and HR metrics surveys, employee benefits solutions, the Unemployment Compensation Administration Program (UCAP) and Verified Services. 

Learn how your organization can benefit from IHA Human Capital Performance during an IPHCA-hosted webinar on November 28 at 10:00 a.m. For more than 40 years, IHA Human Capital Performance has helped Illinois health care organizations meet the challenges of hiring and retaining qualified professionals. This webinar is open to all IPHCA members.

Uniform Data System Training

Date: November 29, 2018

Time: 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Location: IPHCA Institute for Learning

500 S. Ninth St., Springfield, IL 62701


Limit to 3 attendees per health center

About the Training

The Uniform Data System (UDS) Annual Training is a full day program covering the preparation of the 2018 UDS Report. The training addresses each of the report’s tables, focusing on changes that may have been made, definitions necessary to complete the UDS Report, and common problems/errors. Tentative changes for 2019 will be reviewed as well as the UDS modernization update and new functionalities.

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Review and Submission Process Deadlines and Dates

Health Center Program grantees, look-alikes, and certain health centers funded under the HRSA’s Bureau of Health Workforce (BHW) are all required to submit their UDS Report by February 15, 2019.

After submission, clinics will then work with their UDS reviewer to correct identified data errors and/or explain apparent anomalies, so that the UDS reports may be finalized by March 31, 2019. It is always critical to complete this process during the limited window available. Once finalized, the system will not permit further corrections or amendments.

Intended Audience

This training is targeted toward those who are responsible for gathering and reporting the data elements included in the UDS Report, as well as management, finance, and clinical staff who need to understand the definitions and concepts used, and those who use the data in their program management and quality improvement activities.

About the Speaker

For the past four years, Jillian Maccini has worked closely with Federally Qualified Health Centers on Uniform Data System reporting, including providing tailored guidance and technical assistance on reporting processes, clinical performance measurement, and related workflows. She has participated in developing training materials to guide these processes, and provided direct support to implementation. Further, as part of HRSA BPHC's HITEQ Center, Ms. Maccini has worked closely with health center stakeholders to analyze health center data, learn more about develop and provide tools and training health IT enabled quality improvement.

Hotel Information

IPHCA has reserved a room block for this training. The room block expires on November 7, 2018. Please see the link below.

IPHCA Springfield Office
500 S. Ninth St., Springfield, IL 62701
(217) 541-7300

IPHCA Chicago Office

542 S. Dearborn St., Suite 300, Chicago, IL  60605
(312) 692-3000

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