CII/CPAR Training: Specialists
There is a CII/CPAR (Community Information Integration & Central Patient Attachment Registry) curriculum that is designed to help specialists in the community onboard to CII/CPAR and leverage their EMR to send consult letters directly to Alberta Netcare.
Non-family medicine clinic team members that may benefit from this curriculum include:
- Clinic managers
- Medical Office Assistants
This curriculum takes approximately 25 minutes to complete and includes four courses:
- Introduction to CII/CPAR for Specialists (non-family medicine)
- Privacy Considerations for Participating in CII/CPAR
- Consult Reports
- Encounters (if applicable)
Upon completion of this curriculum, learners will be able to:
- Describe the steps to prepare for launching CII/CPAR at your clinic;
- Understand the new data that your clinic sends and receives from CII/CPAR; and
- Implement new clinic processes to fully utilize CII/CPAR.
What is Learn@AMA?
Learn@AMA is Alberta Medical Association's online learning platform, where physicians, clinic staff, and team members across Alberta can access free, on-demand training for relevant health care and system transformation topics. On the Learn@AMA platform, you can sign up for courses, access resources and tools, and connect with colleagues through discussion boards.
Who is Learn@AMA for?
Alberta physicians, clinic teams, and Primary Care Networks can register for Learn@AMA to access free training tailored to their roles.
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