e-Learning for Healthcare

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    What type of Healthcare organization is looking for e-Learning solutions?

    From hospitals and first aid training providers to residential care groups and drug and device suppliers.


    What is the target audience for learning within these Healthcare organizations?

    A healthcare organization not only employs medical staff such as doctors, assistants and nurses but there are also, for example, technical staff, IT staff, order pickers, security guards, and receptionists at work.

    What are the challenges and solutions for learning within Healthcare?

    Tailor-made programs

    Many different job profiles require a learning offering tailored to each employee. Therefore, it is nice if a program is adaptive so that people can learn at their level. With e-Learning, you can also easily assign specific modules to individuals and specific job profiles. That way no one learns too much, but certainly not too little either.

    Time and place independent learning

    In healthcare, many people work changing shifts. Time and place independent learning is therefore definitely a plus. This allows employees to go through short learning activities at quiet times when it is convenient for them. You can also set deadlines to ensure that all learning activities are completed by a certain date.

    Sharing up-to-date knowledge and new information

    Take the outbreak of COVID-19 as an example, where the latest knowledge and procedures about the virus had to be disseminated in a short period and at several moments. But also knowledge and skills about resuscitation, medication, privacy, or protocols must always be up to date. By taking control of the development and dissemination of learning material yourself, you can be sure that everyone is always up to date with the latest developments.

    Obtaining CE points

    Healthcare professionals are required to periodically obtain sufficient CE (Continuing Education) points. This keeps the healthcare professionals competent but also allows them to meet requirements from health insurers. The CE points can be achieved with e-Learning, whereby the results are always transparent. By linking to the right systems, the CE points are always recorded for a complete overview.

    Self-regulation: the patient as learner

    As a healthcare facility, how can you improve the quality of life for patients without creating an additional  workload for staff? Consider creating e-Learning for certain procedures about medication, medical tools, or tips about eating habits. This way you increase self-efficacy and allow patients and family caregivers to go through the steps they can do themselves. The patient has fewer care visits and is more independent. The big advantage is that with digital tools, they can always access the knowledge and steps.

    The right care in the right place with e-Learning for healthcare professionals, employees and patients

    At Mediq, they have been focusing on digitization for the dissemination of knowledge and information for several years. In addition to the offerings for their employees, they also reach patients and other healthcare professionals with e-Learning.

    For example, Mediq uses digital tools to promote self-regulation among patients. Self-regulation results in fewer care visits, greater independence, and more knowledge about a particular medical condition.

    Curious how they go about this? Read the customer case.

    The benefits of FLOWSPARKS for Healthcare organizations

    Develop e-Learning quickly and easily yourself

    With FLOWSPARKS you can easily and quickly develop e-Learning in more than 30 languages. The didactic Learning Formats and templates make it possible for healthcare professionals to digitize their knowledge. This shortens the lead time for developing new modules, everything looks graphically perfect and the information is always accurate. So you achieve more in less time. See here how you can save up to 90% of your time when creating e-Learning.

    More than knowledge transfer

    Learning is not just about knowledge transfer. For a change in practice, you will also need to train skills and attitudes. The FLOWSPARKS authoring tool offers a wide choice of exercises and templates, each with a different learning goal in mind. By using this diversity in your learning program, you ensure that you achieve the desired situation in practice. Also, the digital training courses can be used to prepare for practical sessions

    Results and course management under control

    Create customized programs for individuals or certain job profiles. By giving modules deadlines and setting up blended learning programs, you have the flexibility you are looking for. The reports in the LMS give you insight into individual and group results. This makes you compliant and allows you to meet the demands of health insurances and other agencies. In addition, the reports also provide insights for managers or, for example, the HR department of your organization.

    Combining existing courses and customization

    Of course, many digital modules already exist on the topics covered within healthcare. Therefore, combine self-developed content with existing content from external providers into one complete program. This saves time!

    Generic vs. Customized

    How easy would it be if you could use one module as a basis for other modules? With minor adjustments, a module can also be used immediately for other levels or job profiles. Think of an e-Learning module about privacy and patient data that, with minimal adjustments, is suitable for a doctor as well as a receptionist or cleaner.

    Reach the patient

    Give patients access to specific e-Learning modules or choose to digitize brochures into online magazines. This is not only sustainable but also ensures that updates are always visible in real-time and you can easily make adjustments yourself.