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zahryia LPN

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zahryia is a LPN and specializes in L&D, QI, Public Health.

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    How to learn Hedis in order to apply for jobs

    How's it going with the new job?
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    P/MHNP

    it's funny you say that I was thinking they're probably should be, since we're getting more more PMHMPs on this board. So while there's no designated location, there are various PMHNP threads.
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    Those with ADN, not BSN- finding jobs? (Maryland)

    You should be fine. If in Baltimore area, try to work as tech at Hopkins after 1st semester in nursing school.
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    Undermined by administration

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    Weather Policy

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    Weather Policy

    For those live on the Midwest out other snowy areas, don't compare your situation with the rest of the country. There are states that may experience snow ocasionally or no more than a few inches at a time. These areas are not equipped for snow removal like other states (i.e. Carolinas, Georgia, even DC at times). So it's nice to exchange war stories about how you drove through a 6 foot snow block in your Toyota Camry, but that's what you're used to! I'd be giving you the side eye if you didn't know how to drive in snow.
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    GN to NP in <1yr

    I think the real name is Dr. Anger.....kidding....at least I think am.
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    Med review consultant- advice for opportunities

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    GN to NP in <1yr

    You're doing exactly what you advised her of doing. BTW, it's a new world. Something tells me you won't be retiring at 50. But good luck.
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    GN to NP in <1yr

    Did you not ask if I wanted more listed? The answer is still yes.
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    GN to NP in <1yr

    If you have more, yes, please list them. As for the landmark study, I think it should be repeated. So much has changed in the last 14-15 years in terms of clinical guidelines, decision making tools, technology, currículum, etc. It would be interesting to see if the results still hold up.
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    GN to NP in <1yr

    I didn't read it but it's fairly old. Anything recent?
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    GN to NP in <1yr

    I highly doubt not one physician did this type of study. However, I would not be surprised if a physician conducted the study and decided not to publish the results if it wasn't in their favor.
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    How to learn Hedis in order to apply for jobs

    Get a job where you have to abstract information from medical records. If you're already to do this in your position, highlight that you doing it in some capacity. That's basically all HEDIS is. The next thing to do is to go on the NCQA website and look at the HEDIS measures so that you're familiar with them. You want to focus on the hybrid measures. We are pretty late in the HEDIS season, so one of two things can happen: either all of the jobs will have dried up or if they're still looking they might be desperate enough to consider someone who doesn't have any experience but understands the concept. Also I would imagine that HEDIS jobs are popular in cities were there a lot of PCP's, so if you live in a rural like town, I don't think there will be a lot of positions. Check out multiple nursing agencies. These are typically temporary and or contractual positions. So, if one agency says no, move on to the next. Check Indeed and Craigslist
  15. Just focus on communication and collaboration with the different health care providers in your patients team. You're focusing on wellness and psychosocial issues. You need to know your psych meds, need to know about the resources in the community, etc. Also, think about how you will evaluate success.