Care News Summer 2014
We are more than half way through the year, and I am pleased to say that we are achieving our goals and working towards further accomplishments. First, we are excited to announce the recent launch of our online triage Learning Center. Recognizing the importance of continuing education and our support for nurses, we are providing triage nurses with accessible learning resources.
TriageLogic welcomes a recent addition to their Nurse Triage On Call service—Old Harding Pediatrics. Following the closing of a local hospital triage service, several practices in the Nashville area recently started to use TriageLogic’s Nurse Triage On Call service.
Letter from the Medical Director: Triage Learning Center Provides Continuing Education for Nurse Triage by Ravi K. Raheja, MD
Healthcare is constantly changing, and advances in telemedicine are a prime example of how far healthcare has evolved over the last decade. Research findings, new laws and regulations, and emerging technologies all mean that continuing education is important in the nurse triage field.
Nurses are known for their ability to multitask and focus under pressure. Whether you work in a hospital or answer triage calls from home, you probably struggle to find time to eat.
TriageLogic has been awarded Full Health Call Center Accreditation from URAC, a Washington, DC-based health care accrediting organization that establishes quality standards for the health care industry.
TriageLogic has launched its online learning center. This new resource provides free educational material for telephone triage nurses and features a variety of learning material including videos, articles, research, and links to external sources.
Marci Lawing, RN, BSN, graduated from Chamberlain College of Nursing with a 4.0 GPA. Throughout her nursing career, Marci has experienced working in multiple specialties such as: Surgery, Disease Management, Care Management, and Occupational Health. She found her niche in teletriage.