Medical mistakes, including during surgery, have a high financial cost and, more importantly, a high human cost. To help mitigate this risk and improve patient outcomes, hospitals and surgical device companies can look to virtual reality (VR) training.
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Research shows training is most effective when it is tailored to the learner, providing only the relevant information in a familiar context that fits the learner’s prior experience. Government regulations related to employee training, however, are broad.
In a world of lawsuits and litigation, it is more important than ever to provide employees with accurate, consistent and timely information about policies, guidelines and regulations.
Value-based health care requires better education for policymakers, managers, medical professionals and patients. Adaptive learning can help.
We know in-person training is effective – but it often just isn’t feasible. With multiple locations, employees around the world and workers often in the field, e-learning is often the better choice.
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As you embark on the RFP process and the subsequent decision-making and implementation processes, there are some basic practices and tools that can help make these processes successful and less stressful. They might even turn out to be a career highlight!
The summer has come to an end, and as children and young adults everywhere return to school, let’s look at the trends in mergers, acquisitions and funding for training companies over this last quarter.