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Date: Thursday, January 21, 2021
Time: 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM (PT)
Managing in a union environment can often seem challenging and counter productive to obtaining organizational goals. What if a relationship that encourages partnership and employee involvement in goals and outcomes could be created? Learn quick tips that have proven to be successful from the presenter’s more than 10 years of managing within a union environment.
Gain an understanding of how best to build strong teams and discover:
- Top five mistakes managers make in developing a partnership with labor/union leadership
- Lessons discovered from challenges and successes in multiple health care systems
- Step-by-step fundamentals to successfully managing within a union environment
- How understanding the concepts of negligence can help develop a strong management style
The presenter would like questions in advance to help prepare the presentation and meet attendees needs. Submit any specific questions and/or comments here.
CEUs: 1.5 | HIM Domain: Organizational Management and Leadership
This webinar has been approved for continuing education units (CEUs) for use in fulfilling the continuation education requirements AHIMA, AAPC, BRN, and ACDIS for CDI-related events not to exceed ten units from any single event. CEUs are based on contact hours. 30 minutes of attendance at an educational program equals .5 CEU. For full details on CEU qualifications, calculations, and more, view the AHIMA Recertification Website. CEUs may be adjusted based on actual time of event.
Diane Premeau, MBA, RHIA
Director, Department of Public Health San Francisco
Diane Premeau specializes in the migration from paper to a chartless environment. With a background in psychology and sociology, working in diverse environments in large health systems has been a dynamic of her career. Diane’s areas of expertise include change management, systems analysis, development of health information systems, database management and she develops courses and teaches health informatics.