Blog Posts by Category: Evaluation

The Missing “E” in EHR Learning

In the term "eLearning" the "E" is typically short for "electronic". Many words like engaging, everywhere and efficient come to mind but I have come to understand the missing "e" in EHR learning is EVALUATION.

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Can Training see the Forest for the Trees?

Sometimes training misses "the forest for the trees". We are so focused on providing learning events that we miss the real purpose - performance outcomes. Learning is not enough, we must look beyond the event and provide the services and tools that turn learning into performance.

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Good is Good, and Bad is Horrid . . .

My mother use to recite a poem to me that went something like this:  There was a little girl, Who had a little curl, Right in the middle of her forehead. When she was good, She was very good indeed, And when she was bad she was horrid!              …

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Meaningful Use Attestation: Two Reasons Attestations Fail

How do hospitals surpass attestation expectations? They must consider the education component that goes into system implementation and training.

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Casting a New Light on Learning Impact

How different are results, outcomes and impact when it comes to measuring your efforts? When it comes to measuring effective learning, their meanings are very different.

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