CareLearning offers affordable and trusted compliance education
Posted on: 12/6/19
Compliance education is a fundamental part of health care. A regulatory requirement, compliance education also contributes to a safer working environment for employees, lowers organizational liabilities, and can greatly improve the patient experience.
Keeping compliance education timely, making it convenient and providing the ability to track completions with ease makes online training a go-to resource in today’s fast-paced environment.
The Oklahoma Hospital Association, along with 40 other hospital associations across the nation formed a non-profit compliance education service called care
Learning nearly 20 years ago. The goal was to provide member hospitals with a trusted entity they could depend on for excellent customer service, reliable content, and affordable pricing.
Learning’s economical learning management system package includes 29 compliance courses and 41 continuing education courses covering five disciplines, with the ability to track both live events and expirations of licensures and certifications. This package also offers organizations the freedom to create/customize courses at not extra cost, as well as access to a library of more than 7,000 courses written by other care
Learning users from across the country.
Learning removes the compliance education burden from health care staff by keeping all compliance and CE courses in the learning management system package timely and up to date; our courses will always keep pace with all regulatory changes.
Current courses that reflect recent regulatory changes include: emergency preparedness, the United Nations Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals standard in terms of hazardous communication, safe injection practices, patients’ rights to visitation, reporting changes needed for using restraints, new Joint Commission requirements for medical radiation safety, CMS changes to health care compliance, and the encouragement of the use of non-opioid pharmaceutical for pain management.
Learning has not raised user rates since its inception. Our features and offerings have grown over the years, but client costs remain the same.
For more information about care
Learning, please contact Mary Winters
at (405) 427-9537 or email@example.com
. You can also send inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org
or call (866) 617-3904. (Mary Winters)