ED Quality Solutions is the cost-effective solution to your staff training and continuing education needs for nursing, ancillary and physician staff. Our clinical educators present state of the art, clinically relevant in-service training. Choose from a wide variety of topics across the clinical spectrum, always with an emphasis on quality and patient safety. Our speakers are all Board-Certified experts with years of real-world experience “in the trenches.”
- EMTALA for On-Call Physicians - $79.00
For ALL Medical Staff Physicians - 1 hour. This EMTALA On-Call Training Class reviews basic knowledge essential for every medical staff physician - and then turns its focus to ON-CALL responsibilities. This course provides the training necessary to comply with the confusing EMTALA mandates that can trigger an investigation. Emphasis is placed on common pitfalls for on-call physicians and uses real-world examples. We help assure a basic competency level for the entire medical staff. The EMTALA On-Call Training Class is recommended for ALL physicians with hospital on-call responsibilities and key hospital administrative staff.
COMING SOON! For Hospitalists, Emergency Physicians, PA's and NP's - 3 hours. This is a new class devoted to promoting Effective ED Hand-Offs or transitions of care in the hospital, focusing on the high-risk transfer from the Emergency Department to the Inpatient Hospitalist. The class provides the training necessary to provide Effective ED Hand-Offs and improve patient safety!
COMING SOON! For Nurses - Paramedics - PAs / NPs - Physicians - 2 hours. Learn how to interpret EKG rhythm strips in this fast-paced, exciting class. It is designed for beginners and covers all of the basic concepts with helpful tips! Also helpful as a refresher to cement key concepts. We cover all of the major dysrhythmias that are commonly seen on an EKG.
COMING SOON! This class provides basic training in interpreting 12-Lead EKGs. It is designed for beginners just learning EKGs or for reinforcement of basic concepts. We also cover some of the major dysrhythmias that are commonly seen on an EKG. It is appropriate for nurses, physicians and paramedics.