Improving both the efficiency and speed of communication between user groups are reasons why the Trajecsys Report System represents a quantum jump from paper-based recordkeeping.
Post targeted announcements on student or preceptor home pages – so any time a student or preceptor logs in, your latest message is there to see.
Send emails to specific groups of users, too…goodbye to maintaining extensive distribution lists – since all users provide their own email addresses when they register. And because users can edit their own preferred email address, faculty can be sure they’re sending messages to the email accounts that are being read.
The Trajecsys Report System also has built-in rules which automate the process of communication between user groups. For instance, faculty can configure automated notifications to be sent to preceptors who forget to approve time records after a specified number of days – or remind evaluators that they’re late in completing an evaluation. Faculty also receive automated notifications if certain events happen; for instance, a disapproved time record results in immediate notification to designated faculty.
Notifications can even be sent upon the submission of any form or evaluation – so if an incident report or request for absence is filed, faculty can know immediately.
Trajecsys Corporation was founded in 2005 by two educators. It features an online clinical management and tracking system for students of health-related programs. The application was developed with input from programs at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences College of Health Related Professions. Since its inception, the Trajecsys Report System is now used by hundreds of health education programs nationwide. Its flexibility allows its use for recordkeeping solutions across dozens of different allied health and nursing modalities, including such diverse program specialities as dosimetry, radiation therapy, nursing, radiography, sonography, medical assisting and many others. Learn more at https://www.trajecsys.com.