Summer 2011 staff training
|Author: Terri Cunningham|
Date: Monday, July 25th, 2011
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Health Services will open at 7:30am, however staff will be in training until 8:30am. Feel free to stop by and make an appointment!
2011 Summer Training Dates and Topics
6/7 - Dealing with difficult patients/people
6/9 - Health Education Hot Topics
6/21 - Allscripts PM
6/23 - CPR - Clinical
6/24 - HIPAA Privacy/Security
6/28 - Allscripts Patient Portal (APP)
7/7 - Allscripts EHR
7/15 - OSHA (BBP, Ergonomics, Sharps, etc.)
7/19 - Risk Management Drills
7/28 - Microsoft Excel & CPR - Non Clinical
8/2 - Fire Safety Training
8/9 - Top Diagnoses - Disease Explanations
8/10 - ProAssurance - Medical Errors
8/11 - AAAHC Standards
8/18 - CPR - Non Clinical
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