ASCA NEWS: Register for ASCA’s March Webinars


Register for ASCA’s March Webinars

In March, ASCA will offer two webinars as a part of its 2019 Webinar Series.

On Tuesday, March 12, at 1:00 pm ET, Todd Eich of United Surgical Partners International will lead “Engaging Your Supply Chain Resource to Gain Understanding and Provide Leadership.” The webinar will offer insight on how to engage with materials managers to better implement an efficient, cost-effective supply chain in ASCs.

Debra Stinchcomb of Progressive Surgical Solutions will present “How to Use Benchmarking Results in Your Facility” on March 26 at 1:00 pm ET. Participants will learn how to seek out opportunities for improving quality and patient care and how to harness their findings by turning them into a Quality Assurance and Performance Improvement (QAPI) study. They also will review the benchmarking process and find ways to effectively use the results.

Both of these webinars are included in ASCA’s 2019 Webinar All-Access Pass, which provides access to all 19 webinars in this year’s series for one low fee. Learn more and register today.


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Participate in ASCAPAC’s Fundraising Competition

ASCAPAC is running a friendly competition titled “If Not Now, When?” The competition challenges each state to raise either the most amount of money or achieve the highest percentage of participation for the duration of the competition, January 1–May 16. The competition will end on the evening of Thursday, May 16, prior to the Celebration Luncheon at ASCA 2019. The two winning states will receive a complimentary registration for ASCA 2020. To learn more or to make a donation, visit the ASCAPAC page.


Sign Up for ASCA's 2019 Webinar All-Access Pass

Enjoy big savings on a full year of quality ASC education with ASCA’s 2019 Webinar All-Access Pass. This popular pass provides access to all 16 webinars in ASCA’s 2019 series—both the live events and the recordings—at a fraction of the full purchase price. Webinar topics include sterilization quality control, engaging your supply chain, negotiating managed care contracts, maximizing staff productivity, electronic health record updates, and CMS quality reporting. Nursing contact hours, Administrator Education Unit credits and Infection Prevention Contact Hours are available. Learn more and register today.