The ACHM approves and endorses hyperbaric educational courses that satisfy prescribed requirements and comply with standards as established by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), for the training of physicians and providers credentialed to supervise hyperbaric oxygen therapy. ACHM approved curriculum must consist of a minimum of 40 hours of training dedicated to the clinical practice of hyperbaric medicine. An extensive knowledge base required to evaluate hyperbaric patients and safely execute hyperbaric therapy. Thus, the 40 hours of initial training should include hyperbaric physiology and mechanisms of action, the diagnosis and management of the hyperbaric medicine patient, clinical indications, possible side effects and the management of these complications, and training in hyperbaric facility operations, safety and emergency procedures. Additionally, significant focus must be devoted to the clinical aspects of hyperbaric oxygen therapy as it applies to wound care. The ACHM supports the use of e-learning and online platforms to provide the initial 40 hours of didactic lecture content.
Approved Introductory Hyperbaric Training Courses
This course is designed for physicians, fellows, mid-level practitioners, nurses and other allied health professionals dedicated to the field of Hyperbaric hyperbaric medicine. This course offers practicing physicians, mid-level practitioners, nurses and other allied health professionals a comprehensive overview of Hyperbaric hyperbaric Medicinemedicine, the diagnosis and management of the hyperbaric medicine patient and hyperbaric facility Operationsoperations. A team approach, using featured case studies is utilized to highlight hyperbaric medicine practices. In addition to didactic lectures, faculty will review the latest advances in the hyperbaric wound care environment.
Hybrid Hyperbaric Training
This educational and training experience offers practicing physicians, mid-level practitioners, nurses and other allied health professionals a comprehensive overview of hyperbaric medicine that includes hyperbaric physiology and mechanisms of action, the diagnosis and management of the hyperbaric medicine patient, clinical indications in additional to training in hyperbaric facility operations, safety and emergency procedures. The Hybrid Hyperbaric Course provides the ultimate educational experience for introductory hyperbaric training which exceeds the requirements established by The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services by providing 40 hours of didactic learning modules which are complimented by an in person practicum. The LIVE in-person sessions feature reiteration and review of lectures with reemphasis of important clinical concepts, focused Q&A sessions, hands-on practicums and case studies all utilized to highlight the hyperbaric team approach to care. The Hybrid Hyperbaric Course provides all the educational and economic efficiencies realized via an online platform including control, comfort and compatibility convenience. The learner is comfortable and in command, choosing the setting and schedule compatible with their professional life. The expenses related to travel, lodging and meals are saved omitted and as well as the cost associated with time away from one’s professional practice incurred with classroom courses is completely avoided. The Hybrid Hyperbaric Course is approved by the American College of Hyperbaric Medicine and surpasses the course guidelines of other professional societies. For additional information contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 414-269-5447.