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 QIES Help Desk MDS Training & Workshops


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Please read the following before registering:

 

  • Registration is REQUIRED to receive material.

  • We ask that you register each person that plans to attend the workshop.

  • Walk-ins are welcome, but the material is NOT guaranteed.

  • Please contact the QIES Help Desk for any assistance or questions.

(405) 271-5278


 

Training Name and Tentative Date 
(click training title to register)
Location Details/Information

MDS Automation Training

February 28, 2018

 

 Gordon Cooper Technology Center

Bruton Seminar Center

One John C. Bruton Blvd

Shawnee, OK 74804

Training Information

 

Campus Map and Driving Directions

MDS Basic Online Training

for New MDS Coordinators

April 26, 2018

1st Session: 11:00am - 12:00pm

2nd Session: 2:00pm - 3:00pm

Online Training

Training Information

*Each session is limited to 50 facilities, please choose ONE session to attend

*One registration per facility (multiple attendees can listen through one audio line, as needed)

*Requires connections to phone and computer

MDS 2-Day Training

May 22, 2018

Eastern OK County Tech Center

4601 N Choctaw Rd

Choctaw, OK 73020

Training Information to be posted at a later date.

MDS Specalized Training - Direct Care Staff ADL and Pressure Ulcer Training

Tentatively scheduled for August 2018

Oklahoma City Area

Training information to be posted at a later date.

MDS 2-Day and Updates Training

Tentatively scheduled for October 2018

Oklahoma City Area

Training information to be posted at a later date.

MDS Quality Measures and Quality Reporting Program Training

Tentatively scheduled for December 2018

Oklahoma City Area

Training information to be posted at a later date.

 

If you need help with clinical, automation, or workshop questions, please contact the QIES Help Desk at (405) 271-5278.

 

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