The value of modernizing compliance tools


Tuesday, May 24th, 2022 | 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM CT 

New technology innovations spur constant improvements on the clinical side of healthcare. The administrative side, however, has fallen behind on adopting new technology, leaving many organizations with outdated and inefficient compliance processes.

A small investment of time and money for a cloud-based compliance solution can pay back tenfold or more. Offices quickly become more efficient, employees make fewer mistakes, and everyone can carve out extra time for patient-centered work.

Join this webinar to get these questions answered:
 
  • Would implementing a new compliance or learning solution be the right decision for your organization?

  • What are the new technology advancements replacing paper forms stored away in filing cabinets, spreadsheets and siloed databases?

  • What features, functionality, and benefits should be at the top of your list when considering a new learning or compliance solution?

Presenters:

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Tiffany Pease

Product Marketing Manager

Tiffany Pease joined MedTrainer with an extensive background in business development and marketing. She brings a blend of entrepreneurial pursuits and technical integrations to the marketing team. Her passion for creating better solutions is evident throughout her career, and seeing the result serves as an inspiration to keep exploring different ways to make life better for long-term care staff and the patients they care for.

David Shapiro

David Shapiro

M.D

David Shapiro, M.D. is an anesthesiologist from Florida who has had extensive experience serving as a department chair, medical director, and board member of several ambulatory surgery centers. Dr. Shapiro currently serves on the Boards of both the Florida Society of Ambulatory Surgery Centers (FSASC) and the Ambulatory Surgery Center Association (ASCA) and is a Past President of the latter Organization. Additionally, he is Chair Elect of the Board of the Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care (AAAHC), an Organization for which he also conducts healthcare facility surveys on behalf of AAAHC and Medicare.