This post is an excerpt from our white paper, Learn From Your Peers: 5 Best Practices for Implementing a Learning Management System. This white paper summarizes conversations with several organizational development professionals and learning management administrators from Baptist Health, Campbell County Memorial Hospital, Caron Treatment Centers, Crouse Hospital, and Kennedy Health System who recently implemented a new learning management system.
In healthcare, employees are so busy around the clock delivering care that they don’t always have the time to stay up to date on technology trends. However, staying current with the latest developments and best practices is essential for patient safety and regulatory compliance. Organizing, administering, and tracking completion data for training can be time consuming for training and education teams. Taking the time to move to a learning management system delivers many benefits including greater employee engagement, fewer manual processes for the education team, higher completion rates and compliance, and ultimately better patient care.
Some healthcare organizations may feel apprehensive about implementing a learning management system. They may be concerned about leadership buy-in, employee resistance to change, integration issues, or support from a new vendor. However, the implementation process doesn’t need to be a source of anxiety. In this white paper, five healthcare organizations who chose HealthcareSource NetLearning® as their learning management vendor, share strategies and advice on how to gain senior leadership buy-in, identify issues with the current process, select the right implementation team, their lessons learned along the way and more.
Download our latest white paper, Learn From Your Peers: 5 Best Practices for Implementing a Learning Management System to learn from Baptist Health, Campbell County Memorial Hospital, Caron Treatment Centers, Crouse Hospital, and Kennedy Health System.