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Medical Clinician Track - Registration is CLOSED

Thank you for your interest in the MacPractice Academy!
Registration for this track is now closed as all available slots have been filled.
If you did not get registered for this class and are interested in future Academy tracks, click the "Follow" button or email us at training@macpractice.com. If you are following the Academy or on our email wait list, we will alert you as soon as more tracks are available!

What is it?

The MacPractice Academy is a FREE series of classes to learn MacPractice workflow. The Academy is designed primarily for busy offices hiring new staff and looking for an easy, streamlined way to get them trained in the software. It can be a good review for existing MacPractice users as well.  The Medical Clinician Track is designed for doctors, nurses, medical assistants, and other medical clinicians using MacPractice. 

This track consists of three 60-minute classes. MacPractice users will attend three classes, complete guided practice worksheets during class, and take a final exam online upon completion of the track. If the user passes this exam, they will receive a Certificate of Completion in the mail. Certified MacPractice Users will receive a 10% discount on any phone, corporate, or onsite training purchased within a year of certification. Space is limited; sign up today!

When is it?

Medical Clinician Track 2:00-3:00 PM CDT
Required:

Class #1: MacPractice Basics for Clinicians on Monday, September 24

Choose One of the Following:
Class #2: Patient Visit Documentation - EMR on Tuesday, September 25
Class #2: Patient Visit Documentation - EHR on Wednesday, September 26
Class #2: Patient Visit Documentation - Notes Ability on Thursday, September 27

Required:
Class #3: Miscellaneous Clinical Essentials on Friday, September 28

How do I sign up and attend?

Simply fill out the information in the blue box below and all the links, credentials, and instructions for connecting to the webinars will be emailed to you!

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