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The numerous training demands within the healthcare sector can drain resources and take personnel away from tasks where they would normally be far more productive. On top of that, it's a fact that qualified people are hard to find and regulations are constantly changing.
Both of these challenges can be addressed with a Learning Management System (LMS), which on one hand helps provide the right people with the opportunities to advance, while on the other hand provides the continuous flow of accurate information to everyone in your organization who needs it.
A properly implemented LMS can take the weight off your shoulders, automating and speeding up parts of the process so you don't really need to be involved in the everyday details, yet at the same time can provide you with the tools to monitor and manage any aspect of those details quickly and easily.
If all that sounds just too good to be true, let's consider some practical applications, situations that will doubtless be familiar to you:
Required competencies like medical and nursing procedures are unlike those in other industries. You can't just leave things unresolved and undone until the classic "annual review". You can't apply a typical ratings scale. But with an LMS you can implement procedures that allow ongoing assessment. Not only does this provide valuable information; it can take place without disturbing the staff as they carry out their important duties. Results of these assessments can be made available to the people who need them; the LMS allows you to grant secure access to valuators and preceptors. It's a system that is not only more efficient than paper-based systems, it costs less, too.
What about satisfying the requirements of the Joint Commission's standards for Human Resource Management? Because everything is organized and distributed from within the LMS infrastructure, monitoring and reporting are fast and flexible and results can be delivered on demand. Need to generate that report? Done.
Other regulatory compliance issues take up valuable time. Let us show you how each regulatory aspect of operation can be covered within the overall LMS framework. It can be something as simple as a central resource for storing qualifications and other staff-related data, or it can be a system that controls distribution of information to multiple teams. Geographical and time differences present no obstacles.
Our advanced LMS will help you manage more effectively, in fewer hours, and also free up your time by enabling individuals to help themselves to the training and information they need. In instances where you have identified leadership potential you can make appropriate training available and then allow personnel the freedom to learn when they are able. You can track progress and be responsive to individual requirements. You can assess and provide feedback that is consistently accurate and doesn't need to rely on individual interpretations.
In any healthcare establishment, patient care is the priority and other systems exist to support that. We understand that managers and supervisors are every bit as important to success as medical professionals. A Learning Management System doesn't detract from that value; it takes away the repetitive and time-intensive tasks and leaves you to focus on providing the best possible service. We hope you'll give us the opportunity to show you precisely how.