Chances are, when your organization implements a new electronic health record (EHR), face-to-face training is the primary training strategy used and is mandatory for all end users. We’ve all heard Epic’s pre-live policy of “No training. No access. No kidding.” After your organization is live, however, training strategies often change. Apart from new hire training, there is upgrade training, optimization training, and refresher training to consider. Converting face-to-face content to eLearning should be among your training strategy considerations for post-live EHR training.
Simply moving content such as PowerPoint presentations, videos, audios, and documents to a learning management system (LMS) does not count as converting a face-to-face course to an eLearning. That is only converting a traditional course to an electronic format. To successfully convert a traditional course (or part of a course) to an eLearning format, I recommend the following guidelines be considered:
Converting traditional face-to-face training to an eLearning format can be a cost-effective training strategy for post-live EHR training. Following the guidelines presented here should decrease development time and increase end-user satisfaction, resulting in a win/win situation.
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