Training Maintenance

Free up your trainers to focus on training instruction and strategic projects for your organization and its affiliates

 

Healthcare organizations spend millions on enterprise IT systems but struggle to develop and maintain effective training materials for their providers and end users. Nordic’s team of certified trainers and Managed Services experts update and maintain the materials and environment. This allows your trainers to focus on classroom or virtual training and strategic projects for your organization and its affiliates.

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A comprehensive educational program

We know you want your providers and end-users to be able to efficiently and effectively use the EHR to provide the best care. To do that, you need an education program with up-to-date materials and processes. The problem is that upgrades and system changes happen so frequently that your training team doesn’t have the bandwidth to review, edit, and retire materials for your organization and affiliates before they’re outdated. This can be a burden on your already strapped training team.

Up-to-date materials, lesson plans, and resources

We believe your trainers should have the time to focus on classroom or virtual training as well as other strategic projects. We understand the time demands of updating training material while supporting your organization’s everyday training needs. This is why our certified trainers within our Managed Services teams have collaborated to successfully maintain up-to-date materials, lesson plans, and resources for our clients.

Here’s how we’ll work with you

Your success is our success. Here's how we'll work together:

Front-end assessment

We meet with you to understand your ongoing training upkeep and maintenance needs.

Up-to-date materials

We update and maintain your lesson plans and reference materials.

Ongoing oversight

You can rest easily knowing we provide ongoing oversight of your training toolkit, so it’s always current.

Stop spending your days reviewing out-of-date tip sheets and materials and start empowering your trainers to focus on your provider and end users' experience.

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