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6/24/2014
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Infirmary Health Turns To Computer-Based EHR Training

Infirmary Health used Ancile's CBT system to train more than 1,000 hospital clinicians and staff within weeks to use their new Epic electronic health record platform.

(Image: Ancile uPerform)
(Image: Ancile uPerform)

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8/6/2014 | 2:15:09 PM
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6/25/2014 | 9:59:50 AM
CMEs Get A-Oks!
I got some great comments on my Twitter feed (@alisoncdiana) regarding Infirmary Health's decision to give physicians continuing medical education (CME) credits for taking the online courses associated with the Epic training. While this step required some additional work on the IT team's part, it really paid off. And from what I heard on Twitter, other organizations will be following suit when they design their next educational programs! Kudos, Infirmary Health team!
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6/25/2014 | 6:49:52 AM
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Conneting to the new bussiness technologies is good to see the research projects on this field also provide training based program. Do my assignment for me
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