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Coronavirus Training & Resources for Healthcare Providers and Individuals

AS COVID-19 Pandemic continues to evolve, our team of experts are dedicated to bringing you the most up to date information. During this time, we are experiencing temporary measures and executive mandates, making regulatory compliance and accreditation standards very difficult to navigate.

At MedTrainer, we continue to do our very best to keep it simple. We are working around the clock to distill changes in regulations and best practices, by providing innovative eLearning content and compliance toolkits. 

COVID-19 Webinars

Tune Into Coronavirus Disease 2019 Webinars Curated by MedTrainer Experts. 

COVID-19: CMS Changes to Telehealth Regulations

COVID-19: HIPAA Matters: Privacy and Security Exceptions During a Crisis

COVID-19: Expanding the Role of Urgent Care Centers in Emergency and Disaster Response

COVID-19: Returning to Work on the Edge of a Pandemic

COVID-19: Reopening of Ambulatory Surgery Centers and Uncertainty

COVID-19: CMS Coding for COVID-19 and Beyond

COVID-19: Is Your Health Center Ready to Defend Against a Negligent Credentialing Lawsuit

COVID-19: Trauma-Informed
Care in the Age of the
Pandemic

COVID-19: Receive the latest information on the COVID-19 webinar series.

COVID-19 Complimentary Training Courses

Access MedTrainer’s COVID-19 courses complimentary to all healthcare providers,
regardless if they are a current user of our platform.

CDC's Recommendation for using Cloth Face Coverings to Slow the Spread

CDC recommends wearing a cloth face mask covering in public settings where social distancing measures are difficult to maintain. Especially in areas of significant community-based transmission. Watch the training to learn how face covering solves many solutions to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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The COVID-19 Virus and other Coronaviruses

This course will review the Coronavirus, its origin, and mode of transmission. Learn to identify the COVID-19 Symptoms and be able to differentiate the common cold. Discover infection prevention techniques and updated precautions, including considerations for N-95 Respiratory.

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Respiratory Hygiene and Cough Etiquette​

At any time of the year, and particularly during cold and flu season, healthcare facilities are a key source for exposure to respiratory pathogens for staff members, patients, and visitors. In light of the current COVID-19 crisis, it is important that staff are properly trained and knowledgeable of how the virus is transmitted if precautions are not strictly enforced and consistently followed.

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Principles of Cleaning and Disinfecting Environmental Services

This activity will explain the chain of infection related to environmental surfaces, discuss the prevalence of pathogens and the ability for viruses to survive for extended period of time outside of the infected person. We will include a review evidence-based guidelines and temporary practices ensure a safe and sanitary environment for the patient, public, and the cleaning staff.

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Managing Healthcare Operations During a Pandemic​

The need and evidence-based guidelines to protect healthcare personnel from becoming infected and burned out will be highlighted, including recommendations for identification of medical and mental health issues that arise with healthcare workers. This activity will discuss the impact pandemic outbreaks have on the healthcare system, and strategies to minimize the effects through effective communication channels and a coordinated response.

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Reducing the Social Stigma Generated by a Pandemic

Public health emergencies are stressful for communities and many people. Anxiety and fear regarding a public health emergency can lead to discrimination and a social stigma toward places, things, or people. Discrimination and social stigma occur when people associate a disease, such as COVID-19, with a specific nationality or population, though not everyone from that country/region in that population has, or is at risk for, the condition.

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COVID-19 Risk Assessment & Treatment​

This activity will discuss the key components of the COVID-19 viruses including presenting signs, and symptoms, incubation period and populations at risk for the coronavirus. We will review the current statistics related to the COVID-19 outbreak and discuss risk assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of persons with suspected and confirmed COVID-19 disease.

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Pandemic Preparedness for Post-Acute Care Facilities

Discrimination and social stigma occur when people associate a disease, such as COVID-19, with a specific nationality or population, though not everyone from that country/region in that population has, or is at risk for, the condition.

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Alternative Methods for Patient Care During a Pandemic ​

This activity will discuss the key components of the COVID-19 viruses including presenting signs, and symptoms, incubation period and populations at risk for the coronavirus. We will review the current statistics related to the COVID-19 outbreak and discuss risk assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of persons with suspected and confirmed COVID-19 disease.

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The Value of Critical Incident Stress Debriefings for Healthcare Workers

A The Critical Incident Stress Debriefing (CISD) process can be any traumatic or life-threatening event. These events can evoke strong emotional responses from healthcare workers, some of which can evolve into severe stress and reactions of grief. Learn how CISD process effects the traumatic events on healthcare staff and how it facilitate's the return to normal day-to-day functioning.

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The Effectiveness of Antibody Testing for COVID-19

This course will provide an overview of SARs-CoV-2 and COVID-19, including background information on the virus, the disease process, symptoms, antibody development, and current epidemiological data. A brief background on antibody testing will be covered, and evidence-based recommendations to assist healthcare providers in utilizing COVID-19 antibody testing will be identified.

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Dental Workers Returning to Work After a Pandemic

Dentistry has always been at the forefront of infection control, but the COVID-19 pandemic has made the profession inherently more dangerous. Dental practices have been forced to limit the care they provide, which has caused a negative economic impact that ultimately affects the future of the industry itself. This course covers the impact of COVID-19, the risks dental workers face when treating potentially infected patients, and how to return to normal in the safest way possible as dental practices receive the ok to resume normal operations.

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FDA Coronavirus Testing

This course provides an overview of the work the FDA has been doing to increase the availability of critical medical products, including tests for the coronavirus to fight the COVID-19 pandemic. In this course, you will learn more about these tests and the steps involved to complete them.

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How to Re-Open Your Healthcare Facility and Keep it Open

After a period of furloughs, firings and remote work resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic, many healthcare workers are now preparing for a return to their usual work arena. They will face new safety concerns and regulations, new career options and greater reliance on digital technology. Their return can be guided by government and hospital protocols, as well as tools for risk assessment and mitigation that could apply to any business that is re-opening.

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John Hopkins Toolkit for Business Reopening or Expanding Operations in COVID-19

The John Hopkins toolkit has been developed to help business owners who are considering reopening or expanding their operations to determine their establishments’ risk of transmission of COVID-19 and how to reduce it.

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Re-Thinking Disaster Preparedness and Response After a Pandemic

This course will cover the general framework of pandemic preparedness and response. Moreover, the significant gaps and limitations of the current preparedness and response strategies will be highlighted. Approaches to overcome these limitations to better respond to future pandemics will also be discussed.

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