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Accessible, Tailored Ongoing Training
Franciscan Health

Accessible, Tailored Ongoing Training

Franciscan Health utilizes an upgrades dashboard, personalized educational resources, an individualized refresher training, and close collaboration between physician trainers and informatics technicians to ensure effective training, spread information, and monitor metrics for physician satisfaction.

Created in partnership with Franciscan Health

Publish Date: 06/14/2023

Cost to Implement:  $$ - Budgeted Cost

Time to Implement:  0 - 6 Months

Program Goals

  • Offer convenient, accessible, tailored ongoing provider training

Organization Outcomes

  • Providers 89th percentile for ongoing training

Collaborative-Verified Best Practices

  • Ongoing EHR Education

What Franciscan Health Did

Franciscan Health has implemented an upgrades dashboard that houses personalized educational resources for users and focuses on providing readily available materials when EHR changes occur. The organization also offers individualized refresher training programs for providers, including one-on-one sessions. To understand where providers would like additional training, their feedback is gathered through pre-surveys, enabling the training team to tailor training to specific individual needs. Provider trainers with diverse backgrounds work closely with informatics technicians to understand provider workflows and train them effectively. The provider trainers maintain a cooperative relationship with informatics technicians to spread information and monitor provider satisfaction metrics to evaluate the success of the training program.

How Franciscan Health Did It


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