RankOne Data

RankOne data makes it easy to tell your story as an Athletic Trainer. If you collect it then you can pull everything you need with a few clicks. If you need help just call and they can guide you through.


What are some of the common things you RankOne sees from ATs?

End-of-year audits

Newspapers seeking info

Easily filter through the data that has been entered

We take data security seriously

Data transfer is really important in security.

We work with a lot of partners to make the transfer of data as seamless as possible

We partner through our API to integrate those partners.

Do you have a complete online solution for forms?

We put the medical history form online

We have included a physical upload form so parents can include a scan of the form.

There are definitely pros and cons for both.

Going Back to Data Collection

Other than concussion reporting integration what are you seeing?

Justifying the need for Athletic Trainers

  • Reports show how many treatments and using the CPT codes can demonstrate value

The proof of your value is in the data.

Until something bad happens the ATs value is usually glanced over.

It gives you a great way to look back and reflect.

Seen anything weird?

We get calls requesting additions often.

So we add fields when it helps them collect that data.

We like to get a consensus before we make any big changes by checking with the Athletic Trainers.

Ease of use features with RankOne Data:

Print Paperwork

Run Reports

Messaging within RankOne

We are creating a more robust messaging system that allows two-way communication.

It will message the email that the account was created with.

Any features you have cut?

There have been quite a few changes that are in response to user feedback.

What are we doing to prevent the dreaded August 1st breakdown?

We have set up some API boundaries for our partners.

Load-tested the servers.

Thanks, Bethpage Consulting for helping make the trip to SWATA 2023 possible

Check out the Instagram Live video

Contact Us:

Jeremy Jackson

Shawn Readyshawnreadyatc@gmail.com

Dr. Mark Knoblauchmaknobla@Central.UH.EDU

Dr. Layci Harrisonlharris5@Central.UH.EDU

Bob MarleyBob.Marley@uth.tmc.edu


Joseph Eberhardteberhardtj@pearlandisd.org

Christina Fry – fryc@pearlandisd.org

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Frio Hydration – Superior Hydration products.

Donate and get some swag (like Patreon but for the school)

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RankOne data

Interviewing Kathy Dieringer

Kathy Dieringer wants to serve the NATA and bring 100% saturation of ATs in the secondary setting.

Greatest Memory in AT: Her mom was in poor healthy while attending her SWATA Hall of fame induction and could not get on stage.  Two AT friends picked up her mom and placed her on stage to be part of the ceremony for Kathy.

Tweet, email or Facebook Kathy with questions

YouTube video

Ethnic Diversity in Athletic Training – 314

Natalie Trotter at the University of Arkansas and Meghan McKay at Baylor College of Medicine are leading the the EDAC for SWATA.

Shawn Ready joins the show to help co-host

We set a working definition of Ethnic Diversity and then get to why we need to look at Ethnic Diversity in Athletic Training.

Ever had to treat someone who spoke a different language?
     I really like Duolingo
Ever had an athlete put gasoline on a cut?
Ever had a parent not accept your diagnosis because you were a female?
Sent an athlete for medical clearance to get a note from Mexico?

We as athletic trainers must understand the population we are working with and from there create plans build relationships, bridge gaps and improve medicine.

Cultural Competence in Sports Medicine

Our supporters:



Show Notes 314

YouTube video

Whats Your Agenda in District 6 – 312

Do you know everything that is going on in you athletic training program?
How about your local AT program? State Organization? District or national AT programs?  Neither do I, so we check in with some of the various committees in District 6 to see what they are up to and what's on their agenda.

Show Notes 315

Dr. Jordan Utley – Post Professional Education Committee
Mike Carroll – Hall of Fame Committee
Stephanie Keiningham – Registration Committee Chair
Catherine Windsor -Registration Committee Chair
Alan Reid – Professional Education Committee

Shcool Health

Frio Hydration – get half off custom graphics by telling Rob you heard about him on the SMB

Lessons Learned from 4 Engaging Summer Conferences – 186

Summer was packed with learning for me with 3 Sports Medicine conferences, and 1 podcast conference.  I have learned a lot of things but that for the most part we are on the right track.  We continue to improve by learning each week from the podcast, and I am working on continually improving the podcast for you.

Thanks for being part of the show Israel and Mickey.

Show Notes – 186

Some people I would like to thank for contributions to the Sports Medicine Broadcast:


  • Bill Hale
  • Ryan Collins
  • Jeff Arceneaux
  • Joe Sabatini



AIRROSTI – An Introduction – 185

AIRROSTI is an acronym for Applied Integration for the Rapid Recovery of Soft Tissue Injuries

It seems like everyone has the solution to getting better faster, but very few work or are based on evidence.  Amy Davila and Ryan Pratt joined me to talk about the science and personal experience behind ARROSTI.  I am always curious about new things so they decided to let us see for ourselves.

Email Ryan Pratt and tell you heard about a special deal for athletic trainers from the Sports Medicine Broadcast so you can test out ARROSTI for free.