Are you wondering why your program should be tracking outcomes and how to go about it? This Advocacy document outlines the importance of tracking individual patient and programs outcomes and how LSI’s patient management system can help streamline the process. With a myriad of reports at your fingertips, analyzing the benefits of your program has never been easier! The new Registry 5.0 document, coupled with our TrensCenter Data Elements, will provide all the necessary information to get you started with outcomes data collection. Visit our Education Library to request a copy of this important document.
After two years, we at LSI are looking forward to the opportunity to see a few of you in person again soon. As committed advocates for the cardiac and pulmonary rehab industry, we recognize the importance of regular meetings and conferences to share knowledge and ideas, not to mention the benefits of networking with other professionals. Be sure to stop by the LSI booth and register for a chance to win an AACVPR membership at any of the following conferences:
- 3/3/2022 – KCRA, Newport, KY
- 3/5/2022 – GACVPR, Canton, GA
- 3/15/2022 – HIMSS, Orlando, FL
- 3/24/2022 – PCNA, Las Vegas, NV
- 4/1/2022 – MOKS, Independence, MO
- 4/1/2022 – CSCR, Fullerton, CA
- 4/2/2022 – ACC, Washington, DC
- 4/8/2022 – TACVPR, Frisco, TX
- 4/23/2022 – MSCVPR, Bay City, MI
- 4/28/2022 – MACVPR, Bozeman, MT
- 5/11/2022 – WVACVPR, Morgantown, WV
- 6/4/2022 – ISCHR, Springfield, IL
The LSI team had a productive week in San Antonio despite the AACVPR Annual conference moving to a virtual platform. This was the first time we have all been together in person since the start of the pandemic and we took full advantage. We had a week jam-packed with various presentations, brainstorming sessions, planning strategies, and goal setting. But we made sure to set aside plenty of time for fun, including a group scavenger hunt, a friendly game of Jeopardy, and a birthday celebration!
AACVPR made a few significant changes to the 2021 Program Certification Application. The most noteworthy change is the extended deadline for data collection, staff competencies, medical emergency in-services, and submitted ITPs. Another important change is Education on the ITP. Submitted ITPs that have Education listed as a separate header will result in an automatic denial. Education should instead be listed within the required steps of each domain / element. Lastly, any clinician with the PR certification is exempt from staff competencies for Pulmonary Program Certification for one (1) certification cycle.Read more »
The AACVPR Program Certification requirements have remain unchanged since the Outcomes Performance Measures were implemented in 2018. With the introduction of the Annual Report the same year, any program that has applied for Certification should have some idea of the requirements for 2020. For those programs and clinicians who have never navigated the Certification process, it can be overwhelming. To help ease some of that stress, LSI has put together a 2020 AACVPR Program Certification Guide that provides a high-level overview of the application requirements.
LSI is excited to see everyone at the 34th Annual AACVPR Meeting in Portland, Oregon September 18-21, 2019!
We will have two separate booths again this year. Booth 108 is where you will be able to see a demo of the LSI system, visit with our field staff members, and enter for your chance to win this year’s amazing prize – a 3-night trip to Napa Valley! Booth 109 is designated as our Advocacy Booth where you can collect some of our amazing Education Material!
We can’t wait to see you in Portland next month! Visit AACVPR’s website to learn more about this year’s conference.
Every year in the United States, 1 in 4 deaths can be attributed to cardiovascular disease (CVD). Numerous medical conditions and risk factors are known to increase one’s risk of developing heart disease. Read more »
In early March 2019, LSI sponsored AACVPR’s annual Day on the Hill (DOTH) event in Washington, DC. LSI team members had the opportunity to join more than 75 clinicians from 35 states who were there to meet with their elected officials to identify needs in the legislature that make access to Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation difficult for some patients. Read more »