prss patient portal

by Prof. Kaycee Durgan 4 min read

PRSS-120 Virginia Provider Portal User Guide

15 hours ago PRSS-114: ORP Enrollment Overview: This video will walk you through how to enroll a new Ordering, Rendering, and Prescribing provider and register to use the portal. PRSS-114 Video Course: PRSS-115: Group Enrollment Overview: This video will walk you through how to enroll a new Group provider and register to use the portal. PRSS-115 Video ... >> Go To The Portal


How do I access the PRMC online patient portal?

PRSS-114: ORP Enrollment Overview: This video will walk you through how to enroll a new Ordering, Rendering, and Prescribing provider and register to use the portal. PRSS-114 Video Course: PRSS-115: Group Enrollment Overview: This video will walk you through how to enroll a new Group provider and register to use the portal. PRSS-115 Video ...

How do I access the hospital portal?

Become a Patient; Quick Pay. Want to pay your bill online with out Registering or Signing in? Make a payment to Penn Highlands Medical Group---- OR ----Make a payment to Penn Highlands Physician Network. All you need is your "Bill Pay Code" and amount due from your statement.

How do I contact the PRSS enrollment and Management clerks?

The Valley Presbyterian Hospital (VPH) Patient Portal is an online tool that gives patients 24/7 access to parts of their medical records over a secure internet connection. This access also allows patients to connect their preferred health care app (typically on a mobile device) to view the medical record as another option to the web portal. ...

What does a PRSS do?

DMAS. 600 East Broad Street Richmond Virginia. 23219 For Medicaid Enrollment Web: www.coverva.org Tel: 1-833-5CALLVA TDD: 1-888-221-1590

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What is PRSS in recovery?

A PRSS works in collaboration with the people we serve as well as clinical staff in the best interests of the individual's recovery process. There are many positive roles that a PRSS can fulfill in an organization based on their individual skills, experience, education, and desires. Peer Recovery Support Specialists offer the advantage ...

How long does it take to pass PRSS?

Take and Pass the PRSS Exam. In addition, the applicant must be able to effectively share their personal recovery story with the class. After completion of the 5-day training, all participants will be expected to take and pass the exam. The test and storytelling will take place on the last day of training.

What is a peer recovery specialist?

The Certified Peer Recovery Support Specialist (PRSS) fulfills a unique role in the support and recovery from mental illness and substance abuse disorders. A PRSS is a person in recovery from a mental illness and/or substance abuse disorder, who has been trained to work with others on his/her individual road to recovery. This training incorporates the PRSS’s recovery experience as a means of inspiring hope in those they serve, as well as providing a positive role model to others. A PRSS works in collaboration with the people we serve as well as clinical staff in the best interests of the individual's recovery process. There are many positive roles that a PRSS can fulfill in an organization based on their individual skills, experience, education, and desires. Peer Recovery Support Specialists offer the advantage of lived experience from serious mental illness and/or substance abuse. They know the journey to recovery is real and attainable because they have traveled the path.

How to become a peer support specialist?

1. An understanding of the skills to provide recovery support to their peers .#N#a. Understand possible PRSS job activities (which vary based on where you are employed).#N#b. A clear understanding of the PRSS Code of Ethics.#N#c. Understand the meaning of peer support and the role of a Certified Peer Recovery Support Specialists including an understanding of dual relationships. Understand the difference in treatment goals and recovery goals and promote recovery goals and personal life goals.#N#d. Be able to facilitate a variety of activities that support and strengthen recovery including starting and maintaining self-help/mutual support groups.#N#e. Be able to help problem-solve and help a person learn to self-advocate, the meaning of self-determination, teach others to advocate for the services that they want and to use naturally occurring community supports.#N#f. Be able to help a person served articulate, set and accomplish his/her personal life goals.#N#g. Be able to assist in the facilitation of recovery plans and plans of action, i.e. WRAP, Psychiatric Advanced Directives, etc.

What happens if you don't receive an acceptance letter for PRSS?

If you have not received an Acceptance Letter, you will not be allowed to attend the training. Upon successful completion of the training program, the PRSS applicant must pass a competency exam to demonstrate an understanding of the program in order to earn the "Peer Recovery Support Specialist” Certification.

How old do you have to be to be a PRSS?

The minimum qualifications to be certified as a PRSS are: Have demonstrated recovery from a mental illness, substance use disorder or both. Be at least 18 years of age. Be willing to self-disclose about their personal recovery journey.

How many days do you have to apply for peer recovery support?

A complete application must be submitted at least fourteen (14) days prior to attending Peer Recovery Support Specialist training. No one will be allowed to attend the training unless the Department has approved a person's eligibility prior to attending the training.

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