MHA provides meaningful and cost-effective education designed to meet the diverse needs of health care professionals. MHA members receive exclusive or preferential access to learning opportunities which include annual meetings, seminars, and distance learning. Focus areas include quality and patient safety, state and federal regulations, and timely health care delivery topics.
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MHA is pre-approved to provide continuing education contact hours accepted by the following:
Appropriateness and amount of contact hours are determined by qualified MHA staff and will be designated on marketing material and the Certificate of Completion. Montana Board of Nursing credits are for general nursing license requirements as set forth by the Montana Board of Nursing.
For accreditations not listed, MHA will provide a “Certificate of Completion,” detailing the date, session title, and designated contact hours (“Other”) for individuals to submit to their specific accrediting organizations for approval. MHA will not keep this paperwork on file, so please retain your certificate.
Requirements for contact hour approval vary by accrediting organization. Common health care accrediting organizations include:
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