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1998-2018 Mayo Foundation for Medical Education and Research. Risa Mish is a member of the Management and Organizations faculty at Cornell University’s S. Kathy Berra is a Cardiovascular Nurse Practitioner who has spent her professional career championing Cardiac Rehabilitation and the prevention of Cardiovascular diseases. She is a founding member and past president of the AACVPR and past Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation. She is a founder and past president of the Preventive Cardiovascular Nurses Association and serves on their Board of Directors.

A former faculty member of the Wake Forest University School of Medicine, Dr. Sotile served as Director of Psychological Services for the Wake Forest University Cardiac Rehabilitation Program for 25 years. He is the Founder of Sotile Center for Resilience and the Center for Physician Resilience, in Davidson, North Carolina. Please note: Workshops are an additional cost. The AACVPR Program Certification was established to assess cardiovascular and pulmonary rehabilitation programs against the highest standards of excellence and practice guidelines. Being AACVPR-certified means that your program has met and exceeded criteria developed by AACVPR and other professional societies. To gain an understanding of the new AACVPR Performance Measures developed for the 2018 application.

To provide an explanation of the certification requirements for each page of the application. To provide detailed information and examples of Staff Competencies, ITP, Emergency Preparedness and Exercise Prescription Guidelines and Policy. This session is designed for those who are new to pulmonary rehabilitation, those who are developing new pulmonary rehabilitation programs, and those who are seasoned veterans but looking for new ideas. Discuss the rules for reimbursement as outlined by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, including specific Local Coverage Decisions. Discuss documentation requirements as well as participant and program outcome measurement. Director and Medical Director, as well as models for program operation. The delivery of CR services is changing to keep up with national healthcare changes.

This workshop will provide attendees with the information and tools to help prepare for those changes. Build new initiatives to enhance program sustainability. Design effective methods for improving patient adherence and compliance. Understand challenges of the changing regulatory environment. Click here to download a PDF of the Roadmap to Reform Pre-Meeting Workshop agenda. This workshop will prepare you to address your patients’ psychosocial needs in the best way you can.

While the psychosocial component is vital to our patients’ health, it often seems difficult to implement because this is simply not an area where most rehab staff have been trained. Identify basic techniques of motivational interviewing. Provide effective and informative feedback of psychosocial screening. Understand basic tenets of informative stress management training. Understand how to establish a relationship with a psychosocial provider within the financial constraints of cardiac rehab. View the Keynotes tab for more information.