online triage education

 Online Triage Education

Online Triage Education

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Note: The Core Concepts to ED Triage Systematics™ or the two day live course, ED Triage Systematics is a required prerequisite to all other courses. Courses are sold exclusively for the Continental United States, and only to facility or system-wide purchases. Three ways to purchase or inquire about courses and pricing: (1) Complete Information Form and submit  (2) Call to register your staff – 828.628.8029. (3) Email us. Minimum Purchase for all online triage courses: 10 Seats.

Blended (live and online) courses are offered to our International colleagues. Click here for international inquiries.


Details about each product are listed below in the tab section of this page. Except for the optional modules, each course consists of activities (ABC) which must be delivered in the order presented. Each activity within the course is a prerequisite to the subsequent activities.

Online Curriculum Sets (ESI)online triage education

  1. ED Triage Course (EDTC) – Adult/Peds (ESI)
  2. ED Triage Course (EDTC) – Pediatric Specific (ESI)™
  3. ED Triage Scenarios – Continuing Triage Competency Program (ESI)
  4. Triage is a Tiger: Caregiver and Patient Satisfaction™ (Optional. Purchase Separately)
  5. EMTALA (Optional. Purchase Separately)

Online Curriculum Sets (CTAS)

  1. ED Triage Course (EDTC) – Adult/Peds (CTAS)
  2. ED Triage Course (EDTC) – Pediatric Specific (CTAS)™
  3. ED Triage Scenarios – Continuing Triage Competency Program (CTAS)
  4. Triage is a Tiger: Caregiver and Patient Satisfaction™ (Optional. Purchase Separately)
  5.  EMTALA (Optional. Purchase Separately)

Curriculum Options (ESI):    1. ED Triage Course (EDTC) – Adult/Peds (ESI)™  11.75 CNE Contact hours. Request pricing info.

 

 

 

2. ED Triage Course (EDTC) – Pediatric Specific (ESI)  11.75 CNE Contact hours. Request pricing info.

3. ED Triage Scenarios – Continuing Triage Competency Program (ESI) (Description and Objectives) 12 CECH. Request pricing info. (Prerequisite is successful completion and passage of Comprehensive ED Triage Course Curriculum or ED Triage Course 80%) (includes post test per module) Delivered in Scenario Sets: 10 scenarios per module, 4 modules per set. One set per year to determine competency. Each preceding scenario set is the prerequisite for the following set.)

  • Activity A – Year 1 Scenario Set: Modules 1-4 4.0 CECH
  • Activity B – Year 2 Scenario Set: Modules 5-8 4.0 CECH
  • Activity C – Year 3 Scenario Set: Modules 9-12 4.0 CECH

Curriculum Options (CTAS): 1. ED Triage Course (EDTC) – Adult/Peds (CTAS)™  12.50 CNE Contact hours. Request pricing info.

 

  • Activity A – Core Concepts to ED Triage Systematics™ (Includes Post Test) (Description and Objectives) 4.0 CECH
  • Activity B – ED Triage Acuity Scale (CTAS)™ (Includes post test) (Description and Objectives) 3.5 CECH
  • Activity C – ED Triage Clinical Expertise – Adult/Peds (CTAS)™ (Includes post test) (Description and Objectives) 5.0 CECH

2. ED Triage Course (EDTC) – Pediatric Specific (CTAS)™  12.50 CNE Contact hours. Request pricing info.

  • Activity A – Core Concepts to ED Triage Systematics ™ (Includes Post Test) (Description and Objectives) 4.0 CECH
  • Activity B – ED Triage Acuity Scale (CTAS)™ (Includes post test) (Description and Objectives) 3.5 CECH
  • Activity C – ED Triage Clinical Expertise – Pediatric Specific (CTAS)™ (Includes post test) (Description and Objectives) 5.0 CECH

3. ED Triage Scenarios – Continuing Triage Competency Program (CTAS) (Description and Objectives) 12 CECH. Request pricing info. (Prerequisite is successful completion and passage of Comprehensive ED Triage Course Curriculum or ED Triage Course 80%) (Includes post test per module) Delivered in Scenario Sets: 10 scenarios per module, 4 modules per set. One set per year to determine competency. Each preceding scenario set is the prerequisite for the following set.)

  • Activity A – Year 1 Scenario Set: Modules 1-4 4.0 CECH
  • Activity B – Year 2 Scenario Set: Modules 5-8 4.0 CECH
  • Activity C – Year 3 Scenario Set: Modules 9-12 4.0 CECH

EMTALA  1.0 CNE Contact hours.  Request pricing info.

 

Triage is a Tiger: Caregiver and Patient Satisfaction 2.5 CNE Contact hours. Request pricing info.

 

This course enables learners to understand the legal requirements of EMTALA, and it’s parameters, with focus on triage, medical screening exam, emergency medical condition, and definition of a Qualified Medical Person and collection of Financial and Demographic information and appropriate transfer under EMTALA.
Objectives: 1. Summarize federal mandates affecting point-of-entry process 2. Differentiate the components of the medical screening exam and an emergency medical condition 3. Describe EMTALA requirements as they apply to signage and collection of financial information 4. Analyze patient situations for potential EMTALA violations
This course enables learners to self introspect and consider their personal obstacles to delivering empathetic and clinically expert emergency care, as well as creating a healthy work environment.
Objectives: 1.Examine sources of expectations that are stressful to the practice of triage as they relate to inconsistency and obstacles in meeting those expectations. 2. Detect the commonality interwoven throughout the obstacles to meeting personal, professional, and patient expectations. 3.Describe the relationship between cynicism and the standard of care provided to patients. 4. Compare and contrast the general demographics of Disney® and Ritz-Carlton® customers and emergency department patients. 5. Determine through reflection personal trigger groups. 6. Detect styles of communication that negatively impact patient care. 7. Devise a strategy to mitigate an interaction error. 8. Detect behaviors consistent with empathy burnout in self or colleagues 9. Describe interventions that mitigate or eradicate empathy burnout.
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