We are committed to providing your organizations's families and staff excellent support. Please see below for our contact information and availability.
As you can imagine, we field many questions, and follow strict data security practices to protect the confidentiality and integrity of private health information.
When we receive an email or phone call from your families, we rely on certain practices to authenticate that the person is who they claim to be. The challenge for any online provider is to distinguish a genuine user from a fraudulent one. We maintain strict policies to ensure that we are accurately authenticating each request we receive to the best of our ability.
Given the immense sensitivity of health-related information, there are certain tasks our Support Team is able to perform, and others that must be performed by your organization. In the event that we are not able to perform a sensitive health-related task, please know that your organization will be notified and copied on all communication with your families.
Please review the following sections to help avoid any confusion, and to make sure our
team is able to provide the best support to your families and staff:
- We are happy to assist families in downloading an updated and secure web browser so they can access our site safely. We make use of new capabilities available in modern, up-to-date browsers, which also provide improved security and performance for health information. We support the current and previous major releases of Google Chrome, Firefox, Microsoft Edge, and Safari on a rolling basis.
- We are willing and able to assist families if they encounter any errors or unexpected behavior when using our system. If a user receives an error message of any kind when navigating our system they can reach out to us and we will do our very best to address that issue immediately.
- Families will always have access to support documentation, including FAQs and training videos. However, families can always contact us if they have questions or need additional help navigating our site.
Profiles and Users
- Requests to create new participant profiles (e.g. participant, staff) and new provider profiles (e.g. nurse, doctor, EMT) must come from the organization directly, to ensure that they are aware of all profiles in their system. We are not able to manually enter new participants or providers, and these requests must be handled by the organization.
- Organizations are responsible for setting the provider permissions for each account and are responsible for deactivating providers who should no longer have access once a session ends.
- We will not update or add new email addresses to a participant account. Additionally, we will not remove email addresses for someone other than the email address owner (e.g. ex-husband, ex-wife), and families who contact our help desk requesting this will be directed to contact their organization directly to process these changes.
- We are not able to email the parent/guardian any documents (e.g. doctor’s physical form). If an Authorized User is unable to download the proper information, they must contact the organization. Organizations should have a procedure in place to assist parents who are unable to use our system.
- We are able to re-send any email notifications to families that they may have missed or accidentally deleted.
- On occasion, an organization may submit an incorrect email address for a participant. If our help desk receives a request to remove an incorrect email address, we will manually delete this email address to protect the security of participant/staff health information. Organizations will be notified by email of this change, so they may update the email address they have on file for the participant/staff as well.
- Families are not able to update their participant’s name or date of birth without the organization’s approval. The alerts tab will provide notifications of any demographic change requests, and we encourage our organizations to check this frequently. Our support team is not able to accept demographic change requests. When an organization accepts a change request, they should make sure to update these changes in any external databases as well to prevent duplicate accounts from being created.
- Families occasionally will ask our help desk questions specific to your organization (e.g. driving directions, tetanus vaccine policy). We are not able to answer these questions, but we will provide your organization’s contact information to these families, so they can get answers to their questions in a timely manner.
- We are happy to assist families in navigating their health profile. Our goal is to ensure a seamless and smooth experience for your families, and to help your organization receive accurate health information for your participants as efficiently as possible.
- On occasion a family may ask our support team to update the health record for their participant via email or over the phone. Given the sensitivity of this information, we are not able to add, edit or remove information from a participant’s health record. Families who contact our help desk with these requests will be directed to contact their organization directly to process these changes.
- The health profile lockout is another method to protect a participant’s health and safety, and for this reason we are not able to accept unlock requests. This policy ensures that administrative and medical staff are made aware of any last-minute changes to a participant’s health record. Families who contact our help desk requesting their health profile be unlocked will be directed to contact their organization directly.
Documents and Uploads
- We are able to assist families who are having difficulties uploading documents to their accounts by walking them through the process; however, we are not able to upload files on their behalf. If a family requests a document uploaded on their behalf, they will be instructed to contact their organization directly.
- We are not able to accept any mailed paper documents to our physical office.
- If an organization chooses to accept paper copies or faxed records of forms, the organization will be responsible for scanning/uploading, and manually transcribing these records into the participant’s health profile.
Registration and Finances
- If a participant changes sessions or cancels, the organization is responsible for updating the participant’s registration or deactivating the account. We are not able to update a group or deactivate a registration based on the request of a parent/guardian. It is important that the organization to make all registration changes to ensure accuracy. Families who contact our help desk requesting registration changes will be directed to contact their organization directly to process these changes.
- Every organization we work with has specific registration and cancellation policies, and for this reason we want to ensure that all financial decisions be made by the organization. Therefore, we are not able to make financial adjustments to a participant’s account (e.g. canceling a session, adding a sibling discount). All credits or refunds must be processed by the organization directly. Families who contact our help desk requesting balance adjustments or refunds will be directed to contact their organization directly.