Flexibility and fluidity are the hallmarks of the 21st century education process. This is why we designed SITEL LMS as a robust and flexible, SCORM/AICC-compliant, web-based technology that tracks and manages all aspects of a healthcare organization’s training requirements including CEUs, CME's, and contact hours.
SITEL LMS also provides user-friendly tools that allow your educators to create engaging training content that can be rolled out strategically to different levels of the organization. While every LMS provides the basic feature set you would expect (assignments, quizzes, discussion groups, grading, and course content tools), the key differentiator is how each feature is implemented. That in mind, SITEL LMS excels at delivering powerful functionality in a simple, intuitive way. We work hard on the user interface to make it feel natural, and work like other familiar web sites.
The SiTEL LMS also offers your organization the ability to create and track mandatories that all or a subset of your employees must take and are required to pass. These can include department mandatories required by federal, state, local agencies and organizations such as the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Hospital Organizations (JCAHO), the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) , the Center for Disease Control (CDC), the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid (CMS), and others.
Increasingly, healthcare organizations understand that larger and richer sources of knowledge are to be found outside their walls. They understand that allowing faculty to access these sources -- and share their own insights -- adds value to the entire field of healthcare. At the same time, they realize that the costs of trying to match the quality and quantity of resources/expertise found on the network would be prohibitive.
The most practical solution is to become a participatory member of the network. Faculty who create learning modules and courses on SiTEL’s LMS have the option of sharing content with the community or keeping it private in their own organization. Our clients have the opportunity to build on the good work of their peers, while still being able to customize content to their learners’specific needs.
Healthcare organizations are discovering the many advantages of tapping their own talent and building “communities”that foster knowledge sharing. It is no great surprise that relationships and “local knowledge,”not research reports, usually have the greatest impact in improving operational performance. This specialized training cannot be purchased, as it is created from the tacit knowledge of your organization and your own subject matter experts. In short, your operational performance and your value in the marketplace is driven by this training and education.