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Webinar: Director Credential Prep Course: Systematic Program Review, Benchmarking & Outcomes

May 1, 2018 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Learning Objectives:

Understand the reasons to why it is important to care about ongoing outcomes within your medical fitness facility.

Define the map for outcomes by tracking, collecting, and applying results.

Learn how to successfully use outcomes and the value it adds to your establishment.

Brief Overview:

This course will have the audience understand what meaningful outcomes, what to do with them, and how to use them successfully. Review the Medical Fitness Association Outcomes Protocols. Attendees will learn how to create their own map of outcomes and discuss the benefits of ongoing benchmarking.

Continuing Education Credits (CECs):

This webinar has been approved for one contact hour by ACSM, AKTA and MFA.  Current members of the association receive complimentary credits after completing post-webinar survey. Non-members may purchase them for $25 after completing post-webinar survey. Payment must be received before CEC can be issued.

Certificate of Attendance is free to MFA members. Non-members may receive a Certificate of Completion for free.  This Certificate acknowledges attendance at this webinar, but may not be used to petition for any educational credit without the payment of CEC Fees for non-MFA members.


Current members of the association receive access to archived webinars with audio recordings within 72 hours of the live event. Members must login to the website to view these archives located under the Education Tab. Non-members may purchase the audio recording for $25. Payment must be received before recording can be issued.


Everyone who registers and attends this webinar will receive a copy of the presentation in PDF format.


Bob Brown, FMFA, Director: Outpatient Cardiology Services, Spartanburg Regional Healthcare System


May 1, 2018
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
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Rebecca Nordan


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