Learning Opportunities

Since 2005, thousands of participants from hundreds of healthcare-related organizations received PHA's consultation, Lean Six Sigma training and/or project coaching/facilitation.



Most events are free but require advance registration. To register for an event: 

  1. click on the title link to go to the event's registration page;
  2. click "Register"; and
  3. enter your information on the registration form, then click "Submit."

Once your registration is approved, you will receive a confirmation email message with instructions on how to join the event.


Successful Hand-offs for Touchdowns in Transitions of Care

SAVE THE DATE. Four opportunities to participate in this 1/2-day session:

  • Apr. 11, 2018, at the University of Southern Indiana campus in Evansville, IN
  • Apr. 12, 2018, at Franciscan Health in Indianapolis, IN
  • May 14, 2018, at Manchester College School of Pharmacy in Fort Wayne, IN
  • May 15, 2018, at Purdue Calumet in Hammond, IN

REGIONAL CONFERENCES: Join us on one of the above days from 8 a.m.-12 p.m. to discuss how we can work together to improve care transitions. The goal of these events, sponsored by Purdue Healthcare Advisors, GLPTN, the Indiana Hospital Association, and Qsource, is to help you understand the process of change management for improving care transitions across the healthcare continuum. You'll learn to identify data from patients' and providers' shared stories and experiences; be able to describe improvement opportunities from the Transitional Care Management process; identify regional opportunities from case presentations; and collectively engage community healthcare providers in improving care transitions.

The event features Jackie Conrad, an Improvement Advisor from Cynosure Health who works with the HRET Hospital Improvement and Innovation Network. Qsource will present real patient stories regarding their good and bad experiences with a transition of care. PHA will discuss TCM codes and a TCM program implementation success story.

EIDM Account Setup for QPP Data Submission

Three opportunities to attend:

WEBINAR: This webinar is intended to assist users with setting up their Enterprise Identity Management (EIDM) Account for QPP data submission to CMS for CY2017. Purdue Healthcare Advisors' Patty Rose will review the process for setting up the account, selecting the appropriate security role for your organization, and connecting the organization(s) needed in order to submit CY2017 QPP data to CMS by the March 31st deadline. In addition, this webinar will address common issues users run into when trying to create their account and provide tips from the field on how to troubleshoot those and when to call the EUS Help Desk.

Webinar open to all, not just QPP-RC members. You are encouraged to attend one of the first two webinar sessions as processing an EIDM account can take up to 30 days, and the March webinar may not give you enough time to make the reporting deadline.

Patty Rose

Patty Rose

Onsite: MIPS Talk: Regional Office Hours for South Central Indiana

Thursday, Feb. 22, 2018, from 2-6 p.m. (EST) at the Holiday Inn Express & Suites, 249 N. Sandy Creek Drive, Seymour, IN

Are you a provider in the southern half of Indiana with questions about the Merit-based Incentive Payment System (MIPS)?  Make sure you register to attend MIPS Talk: Regional Office Hours for South Central Indiana, a Purdue Healthcare Advisors-hosted event aimed at making it convenient for you to get your questions answered by QPP experts face-to-face. You’ll be able to sit down alongside a PHA expert to discuss your practice’s unique situation. You can even bring your laptop to review measure performance and reports. There is no set agenda; it’s your time to get assistance on the burning issues you’re facing with MIPS.

MIPS TALK:  South Central Indiana




Jeanine Parsch
Jeanine Parsch
Managing Advisor-Communications & Marketing









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