Centralized Clinical Placement System Announces Launch of Student Ready to Streamline the Healthcare Clinical Placement Process for Students
CCPS-Student Ready simplifies clinical onboarding processes and makes compliance tracking easier for students and clinical faculty.
SACRAMENTO, CA—February 8, 2022—The Centralized Clinical Placement System (CCPS) has announced the launch of a new product, CCPS-Student Ready, which helps streamline the nursing student clinical placement process. The launch of Student Ready helps improve the existing user experience for CCPS, an easy-to-use online tool which simplifies the nursing and allied health compliance process for students, schools, clinical sites, and faculty.
Using CCPS, schools and clinical providers can maximize their region’s student clinical placements, find new vacancies and clinical opportunities, and build nursing education capacity through increased efficiencies. The new features will help schools rapidly match their placement needs to provider-defined clinical availability, and allow clinical providers to efficiently manage a single placement schedule. Features include:
- Clinical sites can create a listing of requirements and upload associated documents
- Schools can easily invite students and faculty to register and have easy access to view rotation details and a listing of clinical requirements
- Students and faculty can easily upload and submit required documents for attestations
- School administrators can easily complete the attestation process online
- Clinical sites can confirm readiness of students by viewing student rosters and attestation details
As the coronavirus pandemic surges across the nation, healthcare providers are facing a crisis-level shortage of staff to provide adequate care for patients. Nursing and allied health students need to complete educational requirements as quickly and efficiently as possible to fill the growing shortage of healthcare staffing. CCPS-Student Ready streamlines clinical onboarding processes and makes compliance tracking easier for students and clinical faculty.
About the Foundation for California Community Colleges
The Foundation for California Community Colleges is the official nonprofit foundation to the California Community Colleges Board of Governors and Chancellor’s Office. The Foundation’s mission is to benefit, support, and enhance the missions of the California Community Colleges system, the largest higher education system in the nation. Incorporated in 1998, the Foundation works to benefit all California Community College students, colleges, college foundations, and the system as a whole by accelerating paths to economic and social mobility, strengthening communities, and reducing barriers to opportunities for all Californians. The Foundation is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt nonprofit organization. For more information, visit www.foundationccc.org.
About Centralized Clinical Placement System
Centralized Clinical Placement System (CCPS) is a simple to use yet powerful tool focused on supporting regional capacity and placement needs to streamline nursing and allied health clinical placements and streamlining compliance tracking. CCPS has facilitated over 1.2 million clinical experiences for healthcare students and continues to help expand nursing and allied health capacity in regions across the nation.
CCPS was developed by the Foundation for California Community Colleges, aligning with the mission to benefit, support, and enhance the missions of the California Community College system and to expand student access, success, and educational and career outcomes through the development of student-centered resources and tools. For more information, visit https://centralizedplacements.org
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