Trauma
Leadership
Development
Trainers

Join a Rapidly Expanding Field

Become
a Trauma
Registrar

Jacqueline Moses-Hardy

Jacqueline Moses-Hardy

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ello everyone and thank you for visiting Trauma Leadership Development Trainers, LLC. We are so pleased that we are in a position to facilitate the needs of this bourgeoning career path in the medical field of trauma. As a nurse for over 35 years, I have been both excited and fascinated with our work.  My transition has been marvelous and has added years to my work as I have added value to those hospitals that have utilized my expertise. Let us help you in your educational  advancement as a trauma registrar. As you know,ICD-10 is here and we must be fully cognizant of its current coding language in order to perform our jobs at the highest level. Our training will provide you with a fully qualified trauma professional to facilitate your learning and advancement.

Jacqueline Moses-Hardy-CEO & Co-Founder
jmoseshardy@trauma-1.org 

Robert Crowley

Robert Crowley

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rauma Leadership Development Trainers, LLC is dedicated to meeting all of your training needs. Trauma Registry offers a unique opportunity to join a field that is rapidly expanding. We offer a registrar basic course on the steps to becoming a registrar to the more intense rigor of ICD-10. We are available to come to your site and meet your training needs.


These training feature Ms. Jacqueline Moses-Hardy,Co- Founder and President of Trauma Leadership Development Trainers-LLC Don’t miss the upcoming opportunities.

rcrowley@trauma-1.org

  • What Does a Trauma Registrar Consultant do?

    Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

    • All aspects of collecting and utilizing trauma data for injury research, epidemiology, injury prevention initiatives, and performance improvement.
    • Enters and tracks data on all trauma patients into internal and external computerized databases, using ICD-9/10 and AISS coding languages.
    • Abstracts trauma data from medical records from the scene of the injury until discharged from the facility.
    • Assist existing programs with elimination backlog, survey preparations, orientation of new employees.
    • Prepare professional reports as requested.
    • Submits required data elements to the National Trauma Data Bank (NTDB).
    • Input abstracted data elements into TQIP a benchmarking system that measure performance improvement and patient outcomes.
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