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Page 1 of 9Rapid Regulatory Courses in HealthStreamGetting Started Tip SheetPlease note: Everyone is required to take two compliance trainings titled: Rapid Regulatory Compliance: Non-clinical IRapid Regulatory Compliance: Non-clinical IIDepending on your position at CHA, you may have more courses on your list.One must complete them all.The website ishttp://www.healthstream.com/hlc/challianceUse your network username and the first password is “chaolc”. You will be prompted to changeit in the “my profile” section. If you forget this password, you can look at your passwordreminder or call the helpdesk to reset the password.Enter in your username and the password is: chaolc

Page 2 of 9Once you have logged into HealthStream, the screen will prompt you to change yourpassword (old password: chaolc). After you have changed/updated your password,the system will require you to log in with your new password.Upon login, HealthStream will default to your “To Do” Tab:One of your assignments should state “Rapid Regulatory for Group” 1, 2, or 3. Click onthis assignment name, or the Start button to the right of the name.

Page 3 of 9Once you have clicked on the Rapid Regulatory assignment, please click on the “Start”button as shown below in order to begin the first assignment, titled “Rapid RegulatoryCompliance: Non-clinical I.”Once you click, on the “Start” button, the following will appear on your screen. Clickon “View” as shown below.

Page 4 of 9Please note, you will NOT be able to move forward with the required trainings andtests until View and Open this tip sheet.Once you click on “View”, the following notification will appear, directing you to openthe tip sheet (this is only accessible with Microsoft Word). Please click on “Open” toview the tip sheet.Please note: you may print this tip sheet at this time. It is intended to be used as aguide during these compliance tests. It will look like this:

Page 5 of 9Once you have opened and closed the tip sheet, HealthStream will ask you to markthis download as “Complete.” Once marked, a black success bubble will appear on thetop-left of your screen. Next, click “Start” to begin the Pretest.

Page 6 of 9Once you click on “Rapid Regulatory Compliance: Non-clinical I Pretest”, your screenshould look like the example below. “Start Test” to begin your Pretest.Once you have completed the test, click “Submit”.IMPORTANT NOTE: If you pass the Pretest on the first attempt, you have successfullycompleted the first requirement and may Continue to the subsequent requiredcourses within the Group.If you did not pass the Pretest, Pretest question feedback will display. Click Continue.

Page 7 of 9Start the Part 1 content (and subsequent Exam) in order to complete the requirementsfor this course.Once you click on Start, the course content will appear on your screen, as shownbelow:Use the navigation buttons at the bottom of the course to move through all coursecontent to completion.You may Exit Lesson and Resume this course at any time during the course.

Page 8 of 9Once you have viewed all pages of the presentation, click “Exit Lesson.” You will see ablack success bubble on the top-left of the screen denoting completion of the coursecontent. Proceed to the Exam by clicking Start Start Test.Once you have completed the Exam, click on Submit to receive your score. If you donot pass the exam, re-take it until you receive a passing score.Once you have passed the Exam, please click on “Exit Test.” You may now do any ofthree things:1. Return to Curriculum to begin the Pretest for your next required course;2. View your Certificate of Completion for the course you just completed; or

Page 9 of 93. View your Transcript, which will show successful completion of the course youjust completed.Regardless of where you choose to go, when you Return to To Do Rapid RegulatoryCurriculum, notice your Curriculum dashboard for Rapid Regulatory displaying a totalcompletion % completion. If yours displays 100%, you have successfully completedyour Rapid Regulatory requirements and may log out of the system.All staff must complete *at least* Rapid Regulatory curriculum for Groups 1 and/or 2.If you pass the Pretest for both Groups 1 and/or 2 at first attempts, you havecompleted all requirements needed to begin employment and may log out of thesystem.If further coursework is needed, click the Start button on the next course in thecurriculum, and continue move though all courses within the Group as previous, untilall are successfully completed.Again, all staff must complete *at least* Rapid Regulatory curriculum for Groups 1and/or 2. If you pass the Pretest for both Groups 1 and 2 at first attempts, you havecompleted all requirements needed to begin employment and may log out of thesystem.

Page 1 of 9 Rapid Regulatory Courses in HealthStream Getting Started Tip Sheet Please note: Everyone is required to take two compliance trainings titled: Rapid Regulatory Compliance: Non-clinical I Rapid Regulatory Compliance: Non-clinical II Depending on your position at CHA, you may have more courses on your list. One must complete them all.File Size: 1MBPage Count: 9Explore furtherRapid Regulatory Compliance: Clinical II - KnowledgeQ .quizlet.comRapid Regulatory Compliance: Clinical I - An HCCS .quizlet.comRapid Regulatory Compliance: Non-clinical II-KnowledgeQ .quizlet.comThe Provider Compliance Tip fact sheets are now available .www.cms.govRapid Regulatory Compliance - Non-Clinical - Part Istudyres.comRecommended to you b

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