Standard 'Concerns & Comments' questions
In an effort to empower schools, community organizations and families to ensure their data collection and data sharing are meeting best practices FamilyID has recently rolled out a new set of standard questions in the ‘Comments & Concerns’ area of our registration form.
Earlier this year our team conducted a full audit of the custom questions that thousands of organizations have created in the ‘Comments & Concerns’ since 2010. The vast majority were derivatives of questions from the ‘ Preparticipation Physical Evaluation History Form’ published by American Academy of Family Physicians, American Academy of Pediatrics and has been endorsed by multiple stakeholder medical societies.
When comparing the custom questions to the most up-to-date “PPE History Form” we found the variations in the custom questions were minimal, and it was immediately clear that we had an opportunity to help our organizations improve their data collection practices and adhere to a more up-to-date standard.
When a family completes a registration on FamilyID, the system saves the information for the families to reuse for multiple programs. Standardizing our ‘Comments & Concerns’ questions improves families ability to ensure their data is portable across school and community programs and as students matriculate through school.
With our new ‘Concerns & Comments’ questions schools and community organizations can rest assured their data collection is meeting best practices and at any given moment they have the ability to isolate a piece of information about a student and know that it is timely and accurate.
Whether you’re cloning an existing program to create a new one or editing a program which is yet to accept registrations, we recommend using these updated questions on your registration form.