Is your EHR keeping up with the times?
The COVID-19 pandemic significantly increased the demand for quality healthcare in schools; it's not just band-aids and ice packs. Schools have introduced many new tools for students' health and they need an EHR that can keep up. Join Katie Darling and Daniel Trice in a discussion about how school nurses are innovating to provide better support while meeting increased need.
Account Executive @ August
Daniel Trice has been working in the EdTech industry for nearly 7 years. Originally from Maryland, he is now based in the Austin, TX area. When he isn't partnering with public schools to help unlock their full potential, he can be found cheering for his hometown teams (Go Ravens and O's!) and spending time with his wife, cat, and 2 dogs.
Strategic Public Partnerships @ August
Katie Darling is a champion of public education with a background in advocacy, governance, and fundraising. At August Schools, Katie oversees public partnerships with school districts in the Southeast. Katie lives on a small farm in Louisiana with her husband and two children, ages 6 and 6 months.
What will I learn?
- Immunization Management
Our AI technology scans images and PDFs, automatically parsing and entering shot dates on a student record, saving countless hours of data entry.
- Medication Reconciliation
Prevent mistakes with medication workflows that handle every case, and combine the ease of a notebook with the auditability of an EHR. Create a role for non-nurse faculty to give medications without seeing other PHI.
- Embedded Messaging
Communicate with staff, guardians and outside providers directly from student encounter notes and from the student health record via text and email.