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The healthcare industry is an ever-changing and evolving sector with critical requirements for worker knowledge and training. Doctors, nurses, and various other healthcare workers must be well-trained with the latest information in order to safely and effectively perform in their work roles. And because these jobs carry massive amounts of responsibility, healthcare organizations should strive to consistently deliver the most effective and convenient training options for their employees.
What is a Learning Management System?
A Learning Management System (LMS) is a software application that provides the delivery, administration, and tracking, of online education and training programs. Through the use of an LMS, organizations are able to eliminate many of the hurdles associated with traditional, classroom-based training. Some of the benefits an LMS offers in this regard include:
Online learning using an LMS has become a cornerstone approach to employee training for healthcare organizations looking to cost-effectively educate their workers. Working with an LMS, these organizations are able to eliminate such expenses as travel, venue fees, on-site instructors costs, catering, and the printing and distribution of training materials.
A mobile-friendly, responsive LMS allows employees to conduct their training activities at any time and from any place that is convenient for them, even after hours. This increased level of convenience can lend to a higher quality learning experience.
While classroom-based training requires each employee to keep pace with the instructor, an LMS allows employees to learn at their own pace and spend as much time as they need to with each piece of learning material.
Many LMSs today offers tools for messaging and collaboration in order to support and enhance the employee learning experience.
In working with an LMS, an administrator is typically able to capture, review, and share detailed data regarding user engagement and success. This information is very important in assessing the success of your program and determining where is might need improvement.
How Healthcare Organizations Use an LMS
While most every industry can benefit from the use of an LMS to drive and support employee training, healthcare organizations, in particular, tend to derive significant value from these systems. Some of the most common use cases of an LMS for healthcare organizations can include employee orientation and onboarding, clinical and administrative skills development, EHR training, HIPAA and other compliance training, cultural sensitivity, and more.
LMS Portals for Healthcare Organizations
LMS Portals provides a cloud-based, multi-tenant LMS that allows our healthcare clients and partners to launch and manage multiple, private eLearning environments, all from a centralized administrative console. With LMS Portals, you can launch a customized eLearning environment to support each of your unique audiences, and each portal can have its own branding, courses, learning paths, collaboration tools, analytics, and more.