EHR Training in 2020: The Good, The Bad, and The Future!

2020 certainly was an interesting year that required interesting solutions.  EHR training was no exception whether using Meditech, Cerner, Epic, or another system.  We have the way we trained end-users before COVID, the way we trained during COVID and hopefully we can look towards how we train after COVID.  Here is a recap of the good, the bad, and the future!

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1/12/2021

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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1/12/2021

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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6/16/2020

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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4/23/2020

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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Sedona Staff Leverages Adult Learning Theory

Sites often try to leverage analysts to create training for end-users. Sedona Learning Solutions (SLS) leverages EHR experts steeped in adult learning principles. As SLS staff members develop materials and prepare lessons for clinicians and medical staff members, we do so understanding that the primary goal of our work is to ensure that the information…

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4/08/2019

Change is Difficult; Chocolate Helps (Thoughts from an SLS Trainer)

What sets apart Sedona instructors from those secured from another vendor?

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1/28/2019