We are proud to offer careLearning as a member service and know you will find them as a valuable resource for your educational and staff development needs.
Hospitals all over the country utilize this cost-effective learning solution to ensure all employees have required Regulatory Training as well as access to hundreds of healthcare related courses. Users can create an unlimited number of facility specific courses and manage instructor-led meetings, and automatically track and report upon with a few quick clicks in the system.
What is careLearning?
careLearning is an online education company designed to help healthcare organizations by providing reliable, trusted, and easily-accessible talent management solutions. Our competency, eLearning, and performance products are developed to ensure that your employees are provided with the appropriate training and education based on an assessment of the skills, knowledge and abilities required and an evaluation of their job performance.
careLearning is a non-profit organization operated by more than 40 state hospital associations and offers unmatched customer service. Recognizing in today's ever-changing marketplace, ensuring that your employees are up-to-date on the latest training can feel like trying to hit a moving target. careLearning can help you stay ahead of the game by helping you determine your specific employee's training needs and offering a top-of-the-line Learning Management System and online courses to bridge those educational gaps.
careLearning offers best-in-class training and education for all healthcare professionals:
CareLearning now offering Sigma Theta Tau International courses for nurses (2/15/2019)
CareLearning user group meeting set for Sept. 19 (9/12/2018)
CareLearning user group meeting set for Sept. 19 (8/29/2018)
OHA, careLearning to offer free informational webinar May 2 (4/25/2018)
CareLearning.com has updated course offerings for OHA members (3/7/2018)
Introducing a new initiative to improve the quality and timeliness of inpatient and outpatient encounter data available to hospitals in Oklahoma.