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The comprehensive 4MedPlus Certified Contact Tracing Healthcare Skills Specialist Learning Path (CTHSS) includes the online self-paced program which covers all CDC recommended training elements required to apply for a contact tracer role with in-depth training regarding tracer communication and includes a hands-on practice session with sample case interview audio and a digital tracing form. It also includes healthcare relevant courses to provide a deeper understanding of general infection prevention principles, data privacy, cyber-security and patient provider communication exchange.
Contact tracers are those who notify patients and close contacts of patients of their exposures based on national, regional, and organizational requirements then continues to follow the cases and contacts through their recommended protocols.
Courses in this learning path include:
→ Contact Tracing Skills Proficiency
→ Infection Prevention & Barrier Protection
→ HIPAA Workforce Proficiency
→ Healthcare Cybersecurity Awareness
AVERAGE STUDY TIME: 10-15 hours
AUDIENCE: This accredited program is designed to train prospective healthcare and non-healthcare applicants for contact tracing roles. For nurses, the CCTP course includes national ANCC CE credit for RNs/LPNs.
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ACCREDITATION: This course is fully accredited for continuing education, CE credit and credential renewal credit for Nurses/RNs/LPNs, CHCIOs, CAHIMs and CPHIMs managers. Click relevant button below for credit information.
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