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Lean Healthcare 200: Applying the Fundamentals is two full days of hands-on learning, equipping participants with practical tools and strategies to make significant and sustainable cultural changes within their organizations for the new healthcare environment. Next classes are scheduled for November 8-9, 2011, in Winston-Salem. No prior Lean training or experience is required. The course is limited to 30 attendees, so register today at www.NCQualityCenter.org/educationlean2011.lasso.  For questions and more information, please contact Dean Higgins at dhiggins@ncha.org or 919-677-4212. The NC Lean Healthcare Alliance is associated with the NC Quality Center and NC State University.

SMA Annual Excellence in Clinical Leadership, Cardiovascular Disease…Interdisciplinary Challenges will be offered at the Southern Medical Association Annual Meeting, November 3-5, 2011, in Williamsburg, VA. More information is available at http://www.sma.org/am2011.

North Carolina Alliance for Health Communities (NCAHC) Conference, which addresses medication adherence, will be held on Thursday, November 10, 2011, 8:30 am – 1:30 pm, at the Embassy Suites, Cary. The conference will focus on local and national campaigns, new data regarding patients’ barriers when taking medication, and integrating multiple approaches to addressing medication taking behaviors. This year’s recipient of the Eagle Award will also be announced. Registration is open until November 10, and the cost is $50. To register, visit http://www.ncahc.org/ or contact Amy Clapp at (336) 697-2689.

The Case of Personalized Medicine, a panel discussion offered by Personalized Medicine Coalition (PMC), will be held on Wednesday, November 16, 2011, 4:00 – 7:00 pm, at The North Carolina Biotechnology Center, Research Triangle Park. Speakers include Duke Cancer Care Research Program Director Amy Abernethy, MD, GlaxoSmithKline Vice President (Diagnostics) Peter Collins, MD, and Laboratory Corporation of America CEO David King. Registration is free to PMC members and $25 for non-members. To register, visit http://conta.cc/q9JgUM

NC Safe Surgery Conference, sponsored by the NC Center for Hospital Quality and Safety, will be held on Wednesday, January 25, 2012, 8:00 am – 4:30 pm, at the McKimmon Conference and Training Center, Raleigh. The Conference will mark the official launch of a statewide initiative focused on the implementation of the World Health Organization’s (WHO) Surgical Safety Checklist or a modified version of it. Registration deadline is January 11, 2012. Register at https://www.ncha.org/meetings/registration_index.lasso?e=1159. For more information, contact Dean Higgins, Project Manager, at dhiggins@ncha.org or 919-677-4212; or Laura Maynard, Director, Collaborative Learning at lmaynard@ncha.org or 919-677-4121.

Codequest Coding College 2012: Learn to Chart and Code Accurately and Effectively Transition to ICD-10, will be offered by the NC Society of Eye Physicians and Surgeons (NCSEPS) on Saturday, February 4, 2012, at the Grandover Resort, Greensboro. Topics of discussion include physician and technician documentation changes, practical applications and examples of ICD-10, exam scenarios, complex surgical cases, and learning how to solve coding quandaries. Attendees can earn six hours of CME, AAPC or JCAHPO credits. Contact NCSEPS at 919-833-3836 or visit https://s07.123signup.com/servlet/SignUp?Info=&PG=1520656182300&P=15206561911423387100 to register.

 
 

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