Continuing Education Program
Exclusively available and free of cost to institutions who utilize our solutions.
At MédiaMed Technologies, we believe that sharing knowledge is an important factor that can significantly contribute to success. Therefore, we have developed a free integrated training program designed exclusively for the establishments that are utilizing our software solutions.
The goal of these training initiatives is to maximize the utilization of our MAGIC, Med-GPS, Med-Urge, and Med-Soins programs, in hopes of developing a stronger level of self-sufficiency in our customers, in terms of the logistics of their organizational learning processes, as well as decreasing the overall cost of training.
These training sessions will last approximately 30 to 40 minutes and will take place at a distance (through internet access) on the first Wednesday of every month.
Please note, that upon request, our intervention team also offers personalized training services on site or at external locations.
The recordings of past trainings are available on demand. Please send your request to email@example.com.
HOW TO CALCULATE THE COST OF NEW EPISODES OF CARE GENERATED BY THE ARRIVAL OF A NEW DOCTOR
May 2nd, 2012 à 10h00
Auditoire : Financial managers and professional service managers.
Product: MAGIC Activity-Based Costing
The objective of this training session is to explain how to calculate the costs of new episodes of care generated by the arrival of a new doctor.
DEVELOPMENT OF WORD DOCUMENTS TO BE FILLED-IN OR PRINTED IN MED-URGE
June 6th, 2012 à 10h00
Auditoire : Med-Urge pilots as well as people appointed to create Word documents for Med-Urge.
This training session is a part of the continuing education program which aims at getting users accustom to creating Word documents for Med-Urge by adding bookmarks, checkboxes, text boxes, and enabling security/protection options. For example, here is a list of the documents that can be integrated into Med-Urge: examination requests, medical note templates, guide to the prescription of medications, collective prescription forms, forms for recommending patient leaves, etc.
How to build a query in Med-Urge’s analyzer module
September 5th, 2012 à 10h00
Auditoire : Pilots and/or managers
The analyzer module is a tool that aids in the analysis of the information found in your Med-Urge database.
It allows users to develop personalized reports, based on their selected preferences. The goal of this training session is to demystify the functioning of this module and to show you how to build queries, which will be done through the use of very specific examples, such as:
- - First doctor to handle a stretcher patient.
- - Patients aged over 75 with a length of stay of over 24 hours, on stretcher with hospitalization orientation.
- - Follow-up of ISAR (Identification of Seniors at Risk) patients
How to Classify Your Unit Costs by Activity Center
October 3rd, 2012 à 10h00
Auditoire : Performance team, accounting teams.
Product: Comparative analysis module for financial data
There are over 250 healthcare institutions in Quebec, including hospitals, health and social service centers, and community health and social service networks. With over 150 activity centers located under one roof, it can often become difficult to compare data.
Our comparative analysis module, which is found in Med-GPS, will allow you to create comparison groups and compare your unit costs by activity center over a period of five years, all of which can be performed easily and in an intuitive fashion. This module also aids in the standardization of accounting processes by comparing them to the methods used in other institutions.
Quality of the Information
November 7th, 2012 à 10h00
Auditoire : Project leaders and medical archivists.
Products: Med-GPS, MAGIC
With its user-friendly interface and quick access capabilities, MAGIC and Med-GPS’s, Med-Écho module can easily evaluate the quality of the information that is presented to it.
The goal of this training session is to demonstrate how simple it is to search and validate information in the various modules of MAGIC and Med-GPS. It order to demonstrate this we will be using examples such as:
- Long-term care episodes with lower acuity levels
- DRG’s that are not to in sync with an institution’s standards
- Important secondary diagnoses