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We are pleased to announce a NextGen Provider Training Webinar Series in partnership with OCHIN. This series is intended to train Providers on best practices for commonly used templates and workflows in order to advance user knowledge of the system and improve overall efficiency.
This webinar will demonstrate how to document a Pediatric Well Child visit using a best practice support staff workflow so that the information will properly and automatically update the Peds Wellness Assessment template. Staff will learn how to update the Peds Wellness Assessment template to accurately complete line items to indicate No Problem, Not Needed, as well as updating the template to add approved comments and indicate if the line item is a new or existing issue.
- Understand where to document within the Pediatric Well Child visit support staff workflow to automatically update items on the Peds Wellness Assessment template.
- Understand how to review the Peds Wellness Assessment template and update line items to indicate No Problem and/or Not Needed status.
- How to document Peds Wellness Assessment template to show new and/or existing issues and add CHDP approved comments to line items.
Presented by Teresa Weir, BSCIS, Trainer/Educator III, OCHIN
Pricing Information: If you are a part of the NextGen User Group, a single training webinar is $50 a session per location. Save money and purchase all 8 trainings for $300 per location.
Non-User Group registration costs $75 for a single webinar training per location and $500 if purchasing all 8 sessions per location.
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If you are not a Member or Affiliate of CCALAC and you would like to attend this training, please email Traci Bivens, at email@example.com.
Imagine a facility where challenging behavior is managed early using preventive techniques that have stood the test of time. Where a competent and confident staff understand that it’s not about being strong enough to use force, it’s about being strong enough not to.
CPI’s Nonviolent Crisis Intervention® training program is a safe, nonharmful behavior management system designed to help staff provide for the best Care, Welfare, Safety, and Security of confrontational, disruptive, or potentially out-of-control clients or visitors.
From a raised voice to a physical assault, all levels of risk behavior—and the appropriate staff interventions—are addressed. The training gives staff a solid framework for decision making and serves as a foundation for a system-wide crisis intervention training plan. The program also helps your facility comply with current legislation and regulations.
One-day, two-day, and four-day training options are available. Space is limited.
Find the course flyer here: CPI NCI Training
A new forum for on-the-ground Outreach and Enrollment (OE) leads to share challenges and successes, best practices, tools and resources, as well as receive program and policy updates that impact outreach, enrollment and retention operations. This group provides an ongoing opportunity for OE leads to engage with their peers and colleagues in order to maximize the enrollment and retention of clinic patients in coverage programs.
OER Peer Network meets the third Wednesday of the month, 9:30am – 11:30am at CCALAC.
The 2019 California Partnership of Healthcare Advocates (CPHA) Conference provides an opportunity for Certified Enrollment Counselors (CECs), Certified Application Counselors (CACs), Certified Application Assistants (CAAs), Community Health Workers, Promotoras, and other healthcare advocates to receive program updates, share and learn best practices, and network. The theme this year is Standing in Our Power: Leading Our Communities.