Telling the Story When Someone’s Life is on the Line
When: Date: 5/3/2017
Where: Medici MediaSpace
2065 Walton Road
St. Louis, Missouri 63114
Time: 9:30am-3:30pm (lunch is provided)
Cost: Early Bird Special $99 before April 15th,
After April 15th $119
(Contact us for special pricing for groups of 3 or more)
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Join us Wednesday, May 3rd for an informative, interactive workshohttp://www.narrativepro.com/workshop-sign-upp on “How to Write a Better Narrative”. While the simple act of writing a narrative seems easy enough, our team of narrative writing experts with a combined over 100 years in the EMT field, have seen the multitude of issues that can occur when a narrative isn’t done right.
This workshop is guaranteed to improve the skill set of the individuals writing the narrative, reduce legal liability for your department; and increase your reimbursement run rate percentage.
Workshop Session Topics:
How to Write a Better Narrative
- The Basics: legibility, grammar, and spelling.
- Telling the Story: what insurance adjusters look for when reviewing claims.
Why Writing a Better Narrative Is Key
- Writing narratives that stand up in court
- Increasing reimbursement rates for your department
The Results of Better Narratives
- Case studies and testimonials showing the power of better narratives
The Pros & Cons of Different Narrative Writing Solutions
- Selecting the best format for your needs: hand written, proprietary system, internal EPCR section, or a narrative specific add-on solution.
Who Should Attend
- Individual EMTs – who are new to the field or those who need to improve their skill set.
- Crew Chiefs – who are looking for a consistent, structured format for training their crew.
- Billing Specialist – who need a better understanding of the narrative process to increase the department’s efficiency.
- Operations Managers – who want to streamline narrative writing for enhanced compliance and reimbursements.
About the Lead Instructor
Philip D. Goggin, EMT-P / A
With over 25 years of experience in the EMS and fire industry, Philip has worked in a variety of aspects including: Field Paramedic, EMS Supervisor, Public Relations Director, and administration. He has also served as a 2nd Lieutenant in the United States Civil Air Patrol as Health Services Officer.
He has earned numerous certifications, letters of excellence, and additional training:
American Heart Association CPR Instructor, PALS Instructor, GEMS, AMLS, ITLS, PACTS/PALS, ACLS, CPR/AED, Multi – Lead Medics (Bob Page), 40 Hour EMS Instructor Workshop, ICS 100, 200, 700, 800 and Federal Terrorism Awareness
Philip has a strong passion for educating fellow EMTs and has served as an adjunct instructor at colleges and ambulance districts as well as serving as proctor for NREMT testing. Read more about Philip here.
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NarrativePRO is a narrative writing software compatible with all types of ePCR software and paper reports. Our software creates an organized, detailed narrative, which helps eliminate many common documentation problems EMS personnel encounter when writing their narrative.
Learn more about how NarrativePRO reduce problems for your EMS agency.