Blog Posts by Category: Physician

3 tips on EHR implementation training from a health system that’s been there

"We regularly hear from providers that they don't want to look at something that isn't exactly like what they are going to use. Having our eLearning modules customized to our workflow and build was absolutely key." Ozarks Health

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eLearning-Driven Implementation Training a Success with Unexpected Benefits

Sedona's learning tutorials and electronic job-aids helped us seamlessly move to a virtual training environment. Our physicians love that they can complete the interactive tutorials when they want, where they want, and at the pace they want!

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How to Create an EHR Training Program that Prevents Physician Burnout: Part I

Part 1: Program Design It’s no secret that physician burnout is a real problem when it comes to EHR implementation. Physicians complete many years of education so they can practice medicine, not work in IT systems. But, as the majority of hospitals and health systems have transitioned to electronic health records, physicians must learn to…

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I am too busy to worry about end-user education right now!

Too busy to address end-user education? You are too busy to NOT think about end-user education. Pushing this ever important factor of success off to the end will result in after-thought training that does not yield results.

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Why Custom eLearning?

Why custom eLearning? It is true that the “point and click” of a software package is pretty generic but the scenarios that drive the point and click are anything but generic. Each site is unique, each role is unique and therefore learning experiences must be unique as well. Otherwise it is tuned out, turned off…

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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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