Medical Cannabis Staff Training & Management for Healthcare Providers

Medical settings are regulated by standards that include the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPPA) so governmental laws and regulations mandate training, such as:

  • Training for Medical Offices
  • HIPAA Best Practices
  • OSHA Training Compliance
  • OSHA Requirements for Medical Offices
  • Bloodborne Pathogens

A well-trained staff is going to translate to a better customer service experience, it will help keep patients loyal and can also serve as a way to attract new medical patients or dispensary clients.

We focus on providing comprehensive training services for doctors that are both already established medical marijuana physicians and those looking to expand their practices into alternative medicine.

Green CulturED is committed to the advancement of cannabis as a medicine to treat a wide array of ailments and we support medical practices to ensure your staff has the required training available.

Learning Plans

Government Compliance

Evan Erickson
Chief Training Officer & Founder

A Message From Our Founder

Be honest… How would you describe your employee training? Disorganized? Understaffed? Undertrained? Over-worked? Non-existent?

Well if you said anything other than, “A well-oiled machine,” you’ve come to the right place. Assuming you have a team, it’s likely a loosely assembled group, all scrambling around sending emails, updating employees on new regulations, running in-person training, establishing Standard Operating Procedures, and doing their best to “figure it out”…without anyone necessarily knowing what anyone else is doing.

They’re busy. And they try hard. But are they really getting anything done? Is their work making a MEASURABLE difference to your company? When I asked this question about my own company, I didn’t like the answer. That’s why I created Green CulturED.

As a partner, you’ll be able to grow a dedicated, COORDINATED team of cannabis industry rock stars. And best of all, critical (but time-consuming) tasks such as recruiting, training and retaining top talent will become effortless, and you’ll finally have a team all moving toward the same goal…

…growing YOUR company! So if you like the idea of transforming your ordinary (or non-existent) training into a well-developed eLearning solution, then schedule a demonstration today.

Questions To Help You Choose A Provider

Who is the doctor I am seeing?

The practice should share the name of the provider with you.

Is he/she licensed and is his/her license in good standing?

You can look up a doctor’s license online to see if it is in good standing at your state medical board’s website.

Ask how much time you will spend with the doctor?

The AACM requires an initial visit to be a minimum of 45 minutes for cannabis evaluations. Most states require you to have a bona fide relationship with your doctor. The doctor must diagnose your condition, educate you on the risks and benefits of medical cannabis and have an ongoing role in your care and treatment.

Does the medical practice want to see your medical records at the time of visit?

Any reputable doctor will need to see medical records to diagnose you with a debilitating condition.

Does the doctor perform follow up visits?

To maintain a bona fide relationship and to have an ongoing role in your care, a doctor must perform follow up visits.

What overall feeling do you get from the medical practice?

Do you feel as if their primary concern is to help the patient get the most benefits from medical cannabis or is it to see as many patients as they can in an hour?

Many “cert mills” issue fraudulent certifications and do not stay in business for long, leaving their patients to find another provider at an additional expense.