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If you’re a fan of offloading administrative burdens and repetitive processes, as so many of us are, then I have just the thing for you! It will put joy in your heart, and a smile on your face. You’ll feel as if you’re wrapped in a Snuggie on a cold winter’s eve. You may even vocalize your cries of jubilation from the rooftops. In just a moment, I’ll tell you what it is. But first…

A school with 500 students frequently has over 2,500 paper forms submitted to the school at the beginning of each school year. Then those forms have to be reviewed for completion and accuracy, meaning hours are spent on paperwork alone - hours that nurses and administrators could spend focused on core duties and caring for students.RN Record Review

If this scenario feels familiar, Magnus RN Record Review could be your new BFFL[1]. Using RN Record Review increases efficiency, in turn saving you time and money. This is how it works: Students and parents submit documents, and licensed RNs review them according to your school’s requirements. RNs review for completion and accuracy, and ensure document compliance with school, state, and local regulations.

Utilizing RN Record Review inevitably frees up your time. With hours on your hands, what are you going to do with yourself? Perhaps attend to student illness and injuries? Dispense medication? Respond to school emergencies? Create and implement school-wide wellness initiatives? Educate students, staff, and parents on important health topics? Or [you fill in the blank]?

Those options all seem to be better uses of your time and talents than staring at document after document. Those options are why your school needs you, and more importantly, the students need you. At Magnus, we believe in better care, and we know you do too. By offloading a significant portion of your administrative duties, you enable yourself to get back to the basics of school nursing, and provide better care to your students.

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[1] BFFL, noun, also spelled “biffle”: an acronym frequently used by kids, teens, and young adults, meaning Best Friend For Life. BFFL is sometimes confused with bestie or BFF, however BFFL represents a real, everlasting friendship of the highest order, while a bestie or BFF relationship can easily be discarded under duress or dramatic circumstances.

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Kathryn Sloop

Written by Kathryn Sloop

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