HealthcareSource eLearning Library Expands to Deliver Critical Updated Educational Content

HealthcareSource®, the leading provider of talent management solutions for the healthcare industry, has announced the addition of more than 1,000 new courses to their HealthcareSource eLearning Library(SM) with nearly 1,300 additional courses receiving updates during the 2015 calendar year.

Each year, the courses within the eLearning Library are enhanced to ensure that the content delivered to clients is of the highest quality and reflects the most current eLearning content available. This year, the most significant updates were made in the following areas:

  • Leadership Skills – Research published by The Advisory Board shows that 45 percent of healthcare leaders are over the age of 55 and are likely preparing for retirement. In response to this, HealthcareSource added hundreds of courses to help future leaders develop skills that will allow them to more easily shift into management positions.
  • ICD-10/Revenue Cycle Management Education – HealthcareSource added more than 60 courses on this topic in support of the mandatory transition to ICD-10 that clients faced in October 2015.
  • Desktop Skills – More than 500 business and desktop skills courses were added to the catalog as clients looked to educate employees on new software and support internal rollouts spurred by the release of Windows 10, Office 2016, and the new Microsoft Edge browser.

The eLearning Library has continued its expansion in 2016, with the most recent additions focusing on regulatory compliance. Each course in HealthcareSource’s “2016 Premium Compliance Course Collection” has been carefully reviewed and fully updated to ensure the courses fulfill all regulatory training requirements topics. These courses are fully customizable and include the exclusive Minute Mandatories™ feature, allowing more experienced staff to complete their annual compliance training more efficiently by focusing on the new regulations while still highlighting components which have stayed the same.

“The scale of eLearning Library releases highlights how HealthcareSource delivers the broadest and fastest-growing eLearning catalog available in healthcare,” said Michelle Leavitt, senior director, learning product strategy at HealthcareSource. “We are committed to supporting our clients in developing a patient-centered workforce, which requires continued competency and learning critical new skills. The accomplishments we’ve made reflect our dedication to eLearning and to delivering the best education for the healthcare workforce.”

The number of eLearning courses available from HealthcareSource totals more than 5,500 which covers the full scope of healthcare organizations’ training and education needs. This includes clinical and non-clinical compliance, continuing nursing education, clinical reference, physician education, leadership topics, and more. Courses in the eLearning Library are developed by organizations who are subject matter experts in eLearning development, to provide users with access to award-winning, world-class, online education.

About HealthcareSource

With more than 2,500 healthcare clients, HealthcareSource is the leading provider of talent management solutions for the healthcare industry. The HealthcareSource Quality Talent Suite(SM) helps healthcare organizations build a Patient-Centered Workforce™ by selecting, aligning, developing and continuously retaining highly-engaged people. The company’s cloud-based talent management solutions include applicant tracking, behavioral assessments, reference checking, employee performance, compensation, competency and learning management, and eLearning courseware. A private company focused exclusively on the healthcare industry, HealthcareSource consistently earns high marks for client satisfaction and retention. HealthcareSource has been regularly ranked as a leader by KLAS Research for Talent Management, in addition to recognition in Healthcare Informatics 100, Modern Healthcare’s “Healthcare’s Hottest,” Inc. 500|5000, Deloitte Technology Fast 500, and Becker’s “150 Great Places to Work in Healthcare” list.