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CSU Health Network Parent & Family Presentation
Transcript of CSU Health Network Parent & Family Presentation
90% of students would recommend the CSU Health Network
Health Education and Prevention Services
Alcohol and other drug prevention
Mental health initiatives (stress, anxiety, depression, suicide prevention)
Outreach programs, including use of peer mentors
Sexual health initiatives
Individual and couple counseling
Groups and workshops
Drugs, Alcohol and You (DAY) Programs
Intensive Outpatient Services (i-Team)
Learning assistance consultation
Emergency services, including after hours phone consultation
Consultation – colleagues/parents/friends
Ram Orientation 2014
Vol L, No. 1
Care for Body and Mind
About the CSU Health Network
Hartshorn Health Center
A student fee supported healthcare organization located right on campus.
When students pay their general fees, they have paid to use our services!
Provides a full range of medical, mental health, and health education and prevention services to optimize the health of students and the campus community.
Accredited by the Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care (AAAHC) and American Psychological Association (APA).
Price: Incredible Deal
Designed for students who have private insurance, the RamCare Supplement Program covers services at the CSU Health Network such as lab, radiology, physical therapy and allergy services that would otherwise be billed at the time of service.
92% would return for services
CSU Health Network Spring 2013 Patient Satisfaction Survey
51% of the student body use Medical Services
14% use Counseling Services
Student Health and Counseling Fees
What To Do After Hours
24/7 Nurse Helpline: 970-491-7121
Local Urgent Care Facilities
Mental Health Crisis Intervention (CSU): 970-491-7111
Emergency - 911
Poudre Valley Hospital Emergency Department: 970-495-7261, 1024 Lemay Ave., Fort Collins
Answer: D- All of the Above
Main clinics: medical, triage/urgent care, psychiatry, women's/men's
Specialty clinics: allergy and asthma, dental, immunizations, optometry, physical therapy, sports medicine and orthopedics, travel medicine
Other services: behavioral health, laboratory, massage, nutrition consultation, pharmacy, radiology
In This Issue ...
CSU Health Network Overview
Fees, Insurance and RamCare
Immunizations, HIPAA and Health History
Alcohol and Other Drugs
Alcohol Edu and Haven: Sexual Assault Prevention
Student Mental Health
Q & A with Student Health Insurance Staff
True! Paying student health and counseling fees:
Provide unlimited medical clinic, women’s/men’s clinic, triage and psychiatry office visits.
Offer up to five individual/couple counseling sessions per semester.
Subsidize services so they can be provided at or below market rates (ex. x-ray, lab, pharmacy, specialty providers).
Help fund education and prevention programs and services.
Required for all CSU students taking 6 or more resident instruction credits
CSU Student Health Insurance Plan or Private Health Insurance Plan
Waiving the CSU Student Health Insurance Plan
Students do not have to be enrolled in the CSU Student Health Insurance Plan to access the services at the CSU Health Network.
The CSU Health Network is not able to bill insurance plans, except the CSU Student Health Insurance Plan
The CSU Health Network pharmacy bills most major insurance carriers
Call (970) 491-5118 for more information
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What medical services are available?
A. Main clinics: medical, triage, psychiatry, women's/men’s
B. Specialty clinics: allergy/asthma, dental, immunizations, optometry, physical therapy, sports medicine/orthopedics, travel medicine
C. Other services: behavioral health, laboratory, massage, nutrition consultation, pharmacy, radiology
D. All of the above
True or False
– When students pay student fees, they have paid to use the CSU Health Network?
What immunization is required for new students?
A. Hepatitis A and B
B. Measles, Mumps and Rubella (MMR)
C. Meningococcal vaccine
– B. Measles, Mumps and Rubella (MMR)
Prior to the first day of classes, provide proof of two vaccinations for measles and mumps and one vaccination for rubella
Where to send them?
Drop boxes at Ram Orientation
Scanned and emailed to CSUHN_immunize@mail.colostate.edu
Mailed to the immunization department
Log onto www.health.colostate.edu for information about immunization requirements
Meningococcal disease is a potentially life-threatening bacterial infection that can be passed from person to person by oral secretions.
Colorado Law requires every student residing in student housing to fulfill two requirements for Meningococcal Vaccine.
The meningococcal vaccine is offered year-round by the CSU Health Network.
Complete the meningococcal vaccine form before moving into the residence halls using the CSU Health Network Portal.
You Have Influence
As a parent/family member, you STILL have influence.
Make expectations clear
Offer information; share FACTS
Encourage involvement in campus activities and organizations
Discuss how to handle tough situations
Reinforce reasons NOT to drink or use other drugs
Continuity of Care
Health History/Tuberculosis Form
Current/Chronic Health Issues
Prescription Drug and Insurance Cards
Medications and Housing
All CSU Students’ Drinks Consumed the Last Time They Partied/Socialized: Actual versus Perceived, Fall 2013 CSU National College Health Assessment
CSU Marijuana Regulations
Use and possession of marijuana (including medical marijuana) is prohibited on campus.
Students who use, possess or transfer marijuana on campus are in violation of the Student Conduct Code and are subject to disciplinary action.
HIPAA – Patient Confidentiality
Protected health information (PHI) cannot be released without patient written consent/authorization unless mandated by law.
If a patient is 18 years of age or older, the CSU Health Network cannot release any information without consent, even to parents/family members. This information includes diagnosis, appointment history, test results, and billing information.
More information at health.colostate.edu/health-records/
Alcohol Edu and Haven: Sexual Assault Prevention
Required for all new, incoming students under 23.
Tailored experience to explore perceptions around drinking, high-risk behaviors, campus expectations & consequences, consent, etc.
Students should plan for 2-3 hours to complete Part 1; 15 minutes Part 2 (a follow up survey).
Students emailed information through RAM e-mail a month before classes start. Access through RAMweb.
Registration hold for following semester, if Part 1 (exam grade of 80%) not completed by given date.
Families are invited to participate in Alcohol Edu for Parents; conversations with students encouraged!
What is the most common student health issue that negatively impacts academic success?
A. Alcohol and Other Drug Use
B. Stress – 33.4% of CSU students reported stress was affecting their academic performance.
Other Top Academic Impacts:
Anxiety – 24.8%
Sleep difficulties – 22.4%
Cold/flu/sore throat – 16.5%
Depression – 13.1%
Concern for troubled friend or family member – 10.8%
As a parent/family member, encourage ...
Sleep, healthy eating and physical activity
Time management and planning
Relaxation and positive outlets (listening to music, etc.)
Financial literacy (www.cicmoney101.org)
Source: Fall 2013 CSU National College Health Assessment
Stress management resources