Dialysis Access Center Online provides timely planning and consulting information for Nephrologists interested in Access Care.
Dialysis Access Center, Inc. is accredited by AAAHC, accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care, Inc.
Please feel free to contact us regarding starting an access center, ask us a question about the DAC, or just browse the site.
Nephrologist to Interventional Nephrologist
Anatomy, Physiology and Pathophysiology of Dialysis Access
Insertion and Removal of Cuffed Catheters
What Does The Nephrology Group Require?
Computer Based Information Management System
Policies and Procedures
Consulting Services Available For:
Training - 100 Cases, Physician billing, Dictation format, One week Charge Nurse.
Credentialing - Medical Director, MIS, Policies and Procedures, Proctoring.
Business Platform - Site Selection, Licensing, Purchasing, Contracting, Office Billing Training.
COMPREHENSIVE TRAINING PROGRAM ESTABLISHED BY DAC, Inc. TO BECOME AN INTERVENTIONAL NEPHROLOGIST.
The physician must receive training during their Nephrology fellowship or acquire the expertise at a center of excellence in order to become a recognized interventional nephrologist. Training at our teaching center is included in our package. Training is also available for allied health professionals and support staff.
TRAINING PROGRAM OUTLINE
DAC, Inc. will provide the nephrologist with hands-on training in patient care for a minimum of 100 cases, 50 as primary operator. This will include:
ANATOMY, PHYSIOLOGY AND PATHOPHYSIOLOGY OF DIALYSIS GRAFTS.
ANGIOPLASTY AND ANGIOPLASTY TECHNIQUES
INSERTION AND REMOVAL OF CUFF CATHETERS
INFORMATION MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
In order to learn more about our comprehensive training program and an agreement to provide these services, contact Oliver Khakmahd, MD at 510-251-1002.