Quality assurance and improvement are essential steps in the ongoing, successful management of credentialing programs. This webinar will present a framework for QA and QI through an example of how an accredited organization successfully implemented a QA and QI project and embraced changes to include: engaging staff in capturing opportunities for corrective and preventive actions; conducting internal and external audits; understanding the purpose of the Management Review Team; and treating your Quality Manual as your organizational guidebook.
Each of the presented pieces of the framework include a real life organizational example that can be adapted to implement in your own organizations
Format: On-demand Webinar
Audience: All levels of credentialing professionals
Duration: Approximately 1 hour, including time for Q&A
Member price: $55
Non-member price: $75
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Johnna Gueorguieva, PhD, CAE, Dental Assisting National Board, Inc.
In 2014, DANB was selected to participate in the ICE/International Accreditation Services (IAS) ISO 17024 Accreditation pilot. Johnna, in her role as DANB’s accreditation lead, led a staff team to prepare for and earn IAS accreditation to the ISO 17024:2012 standards for two of its certification programs, which were granted accreditation in 2015. These two programs have also maintained NCCA accreditation for over 35 years.
In addition to her role as DANB’s staff psychometrician and accreditation lead, Johnna also oversees the Recertification, Professional Conduct, Intellectual Property, Document Review, Client Services and Government Relations departments at DANB.
In 2007, she co-authored the chapter on “Establishing Credentialing Policies and Procedures” in the Institute for Credentialing Excellence’s The ICE Handbook: A Guide to Certification. Johnna has been a volunteer on ICE committees since 2007 and she currently serves as the ICE Board Secretary-Treasurer.
Cynthia Allen, SeaCrest
Cynthia’s focus at SeaCrest is to build relationships with clients, serve as a strategic partner to volunteer and staff leaders, and provide experienced project management. As an active member of the credentialing community, she believes in sharing knowledge and experience to build a stronger and connected credentialing community. Cynthia is a long-time member and volunteer of the Institute for Credentialing Excellence (ICE), currently serves on the Board of Directors of the Certification Network Group (CNG), and has shared her experience through speaking engagements at conferences and webinars hosted by ICE, the American Board of Nursing Specialties (ABNS), and the American Society of Association Executives (ASAE).
Cynthia studied marketing and communications at Virginia Tech and earned a Master’s degree in journalism at New York University. She is a fierce fan of the Virginia Tech Hokies and enjoys spending time with her husband and two children (also loyal Hokies fans). While she may live inside the DC Beltway, collaboration and teamwork with clients and staff are essential to her working style and to delivering top-notch results.
Janice Moore, SeaCrest
After working with clients across dozens of industries to develop their certification programs, Janice firmly believes that accreditation standards are an effective framework for quality improvement. Her understanding of the NCCA, ANSI, and ABSNC accreditation processes is evident in the more than 200 successful accreditation applications submitted by SeaCrest.
Janice currently serves on the ICE Board of Directors and ICE Accreditation Services Council.