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Tuesday, November 18, 2014 
1:30-2:30 PM ET 
12:30-1:30 PM CT 
10:30-11:30 AM PT

*FEATURING* 
Betty Bibbins, MD, BSN, CHC, CI-CDI, CPEHR, CPHIT
Nicole D. Harper, PhD, MBA, RHIA, CI-CDI, CCS-P

The use of observation in dealing with patients who might have been exposed to the deadly Ebola virus raises new concerns about hospitals complying with the two-midnight rule, at a time when America is also entering the flu season – meaning patients complaining of respiratory issues and elevated fevers. Could this emerging problem mark the colliding of compliance with patient care? Ethics versus expediency? Fear versus assurance?

During a special 60-minute news webcast, you and your colleagues will get the full story of Ebola as well as other bio-threat diseases, and find out how to identify clinical indicators while learning how to deal with exposure to such diseases effectively. You’ll also learn best practices on how to deliver and document the necessary patient care.

Learning Objectives: 
Additionally, during this special broadcast you will…

  • Gain an understanding about improving the clinical specifics within the electronic medical record (EMR);
  • Learn how to identify clinical indicators of bio-threat diseases;
  • Come to understand the importance of preparedness both from the clinical and documentation standpoint; and
  • Acquire for yourself, your physicians and other stakeholders tools necessary to maintain a confident, professional environment.

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