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Care Coordination 3: Documentation & Data - Understanding How to Effectively Use Both within Case Management & Care Coordination On-Demand

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Georgia Farmworker Health Program Clinic Care Coordination Training Webinar #3

Care Coordination Series:

Documentation & Data - Understanding How to Effectively Utilize Both Within Case Management & Care Coordination Processes

Recorded: March 11, 2021

One Hour Recorded Webinar

Lesa Schlatman, BSN, RN

Program Manager, HomeTown Health

Target Audience:

Georgia Farmworker Health Program Clinic Staff, Nurses, Case Managers, Care Coordinators, Allied Health Professionals & others interested in improving patient health outcomes


At the end of presentation, the participant will be able to

  1. Recognize the importance of utilizing data, identifying trends, and tracking processes such as disease registries
  2. Define why thorough documentation is important & what key information needs to be documented daily to meet compliance
  3. Identify ways to improve documenting key care steps & tools that can be utilized

Continuing Education:

Nurses: The Georgia Board of Nursing deems Southwest Georgia Area Health Education Center (SOWEGA-AHEC) as an approved provider for nursing continuing education (CE). This activity is approved for 1.0 contact hour towards the continuing education competency requirement for Georgia nursing licensure renewal. No partial credit offered. Activity #2021-03a.

Submission of registration information, attendance and completed evaluation/successful post-test (80% or higher) required for Nursing continuing education certificates.

Planning Committee:

D. Michelle Huskey, MS, RRT-NPS - Activity Coordinator

SOWEGA-AHEC, Continuing Education & Distance Learning Coordinator

Sandra Daniel, PhD, RN

SOWEGA-AHEC Board Member

Georgia Southwestern University, Dean, School of Nursing


All planners & speakers disclosed no potential conflicts of interest at this time.


Commercial Support:

This educational activity has not received any commercial support.

Funding provided by Georgia Farmworker Health Program via Georgia State Office of Rural Health.

Technology Requirements:

(1) Personal computer running either Macintosh or Windows with 512 MB of RAM (with speakers).

(2) Broadband Internet connection such as an office LAN, DSL or cable modem.

(3) Access to phone for technical support.

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