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The latest from the trainers!

From Bev:

Video on Certified Trainer Series: Implementing Therap’s MARs

From Kitti:

Video on Certified Trainers Series: Teaching your Staff to use Therap

From Mary:

Video on Certified Trainer Series: ISP Programs: The Basics 5-15-13

I have been telling you: You CAN learn stuff on YouTube!!!

Allison

 

By |2013-05-22T01:28:21+00:00May 22nd, 2013|Categories: Allison's Posts|Tags: , , , , , , , , , |Comments Off on The latest from the trainers!

Hey you!!!

Screenshot of Therap Conference Page for National Conference at Kansas City, Missouri, January 2014

Yes, you, right there…Yes, YOU!

Did you know that our national conference has been scheduled for 2014…um, yeah. And it is NOT in New Jersey (for all youhaters cold weather sissies critics who give me a hard time EVERY year!).

It is in Kansas City, Missouri. It is not warmer there in January but it is more central and here are some fun facts:

>Kansas City is the home to Hallmark Cards

>Ernest Hemingway completed his novel, “A Farewell to Arms” when he was there

>It is known as “The Paris of the Plains”

>Jeff Case, Michelle Saunders, Chris Johnson and Jordan Mar are there

>and now our national conference is there!!

So, this is a no-brainer.

Sign up here to attend on January 28-30, 2014. And if you are so motivated, we would {{{{{{{LOVE}}}}}}} for you to do a presentation (like all the certified smarty pants). It could be about anything…implementing Therap, ISP construction, herding caribou…If you’d like to flaunt your nerdiness, click here and have a look at what we need for your proposal.

Do it!! Free unicorns for the first twenty presenters.

Allison

 

eMAR

TRC is in the final stages of rolling out the Therap MAR.  To avoid confusion between paper MARs and Therap MARs we call the Therap MAR the “eMAR”.  When the rollout started some of my coworkers decided the name sounded like a small critter, and that’s when Evangeline the eMAR arrived in the office.

Small Critter,

As you start the eMAR, what are some things you have determined work best?  One policy we have in place is T-Notes may only be deleted by the Site RN.  Sometimes people think if they trash a T-Note it only removes it from their page on the eMAR, however it removes it from everyone.  If you are not sure who trashed a T-Note a provider admin can do an Activity Tracking report to find out.  Another policy we have in place is at the beginning/end of your shift or any time you switch keys as a Med Passer you must run a Due Medications Report for Overdue Medications to double check you have passed/signed for all medications due during your shift.

By |2016-11-03T10:15:29+00:00April 30th, 2013|Categories: Letisha Echevarria's Posts|Tags: , |Comments Off on eMAR

From the Great Big Wild…

Colleen from The Arc of Anchorage did a great overview of user access today, revealing the flexibility of super roles, security profiles and a mixture of constructed caseloads. This is a good session for idea-gathering for agencies with varied needs when it comes to user access.

Video on Certified Trainer Series : a Review of Caseloads, User Access, and HIPAA Compliance

Have a look see!

Allison

By |2013-04-30T01:59:03+00:00April 30th, 2013|Categories: Allison's Posts|Comments Off on From the Great Big Wild…

Training Management System Basics

Step right up and have a look at some basics of Therap’s Training Management System (TMS). Joe Pendergast did an overview and this may be handy for the new TMSers out there!

As always, let us know if you need any help setting it up!!

Allison

By |2016-11-03T10:15:29+00:00April 25th, 2013|Categories: Allison's Posts|Tags: |Comments Off on Training Management System Basics

YouTube can be educational

YouTube is not just cat videos, you know! (Or Annoying Orange…)

Craig Buswell did a nice presentation yesterday on how his agency in Monmouth, Oregon, uses ISP Data to track behavioral concerns.

Here it is:

Video on Certified Trainer Series: Using ISP Data to Track Behaviors

Thanks,

Allison

By |2013-04-23T13:41:04+00:00April 23rd, 2013|Categories: Allison's Posts|Tags: |Comments Off on YouTube can be educational

Certified Trainers Webinars: Latest Installment

The latest upload to YouTube is Gregg Staroscik’s review of a mixture of interdependent modules within Therap. Gregg is one of the Regional Therap Coordinators for Mosaic.

Video on Certified Trainer Series: Overview of Medical Components with IDF, Med Histories and Med Error GERs

Hugs and ISPs,

Allison

By |2013-04-22T16:09:49+00:00April 22nd, 2013|Categories: Allison's Posts|Tags: , |Comments Off on Certified Trainers Webinars: Latest Installment

Health Homes :: Training for Certified Trainers

I have been scheduling sessions exclusively for Certified Trainers from various experts, vendors and just plain smart people. The latest was a session from Paul Andrew regarding a new model of service delivery being developed in Arkansas called “health homes.” Interesting stuff for sure.

video on Trainings for Certified Trainers- Building Healthy Communities, Health Homes

Have a look.

Allison

By |2013-04-08T18:15:46+00:00April 8th, 2013|Categories: Allison's Posts|Tags: |Comments Off on Health Homes :: Training for Certified Trainers

Certified Trainers Webinars

We are adding new ones everyday! Have a look and register for any of these sessions that interest you. We will be lonely without you. ;)

Allison

By |2013-03-28T16:12:36+00:00March 28th, 2013|Categories: Allison's Posts|Tags: , |Comments Off on Certified Trainers Webinars