EthosCE Learning Management System I Continuing Medical Education

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One powerful learning management system fully customized to your brand, feature sets, and source code. Ideal for large associations, academic centers, and health systems.

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+Branded Interface

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+Personal Profiles & CE Transcripts

+ACCME PARS, CE Broker, CPE Monitor

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+SCORM, Tin Can & Digital Media Support

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+Fully Hosted or Open Source Versions

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5 Ways To Prioritize Learner Needs With Your Learning Management System

When choosing an LMS system for your organization, consider the specific needs of your learners.

When considering a new LMS software for your organization, you should first determine the program objectives. While an efficient and easy to use LMS  platform is essential, it’s also imperative that the educational material be engaging and beneficial to users. In order for learners to improve and grow in their roles, it’s critical to make sure that the LMS offered within your organization operates in a positive and clear manner.

5 Questions To Ask Before Choosing A New LMS

When deciding on a new Learning Management System, you may find it helpful to use the following questions to guide your search:

  1. Who am I teaching and what are their objectives for learning? Determining your target audience and how they will benefit from an LMS will help you choose a program that is directly focused to meet their...
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Understanding The Benefits Of A CME Tracker

CME trackers are an immensely beneficial part of learning management systems.

For most healthcare organizations, it’s helpful to have a learning management system that is specifically designed for continuing medical education (CME). Organizations dealing with diminished budgets, regulation changes, and increased reporting requirements may find it valuable to seek out an LMS vendor offering expert technology in the continuing medical education field.

Learning management systems can act as a CME platform for a variety of organizations, including academic health systems and member-based healthcare associations. CME solutions not only advance learner experience, but can also reduce administrative costs and fulfill ACCME guidelines.

The right CME platform will also reinforce learner participation. If you want to improve your learner participation levels, choose a program that includes a CME tracker. CME trackers advocate for active participation from healthcare professionals as they pursue continuing medical education. To illustrate the potential value, here are 6 specific benefits of tracking CME.

6 Benefits Of A CME Tracker

On the surface, CME tracking simply details which employees...

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How Micromarketing Can Increase CME Course Subscriptions

Learn where micromarketing and CME software intersect.

Microstretching is a passive stretching technique that slowly and gently increases stretching capabilities. Microlearning uses short instructional sessions to educate (while also increasing the brain’s capacity).

As you might expect, micromarketing follows a similar reasoning. Using small and focused strategies, you can expand your influence with intention.

It’s not enough to have your CME course be industry compliant. It’s not enough to offer every last bell and whistle. You need to communicate the value of the course and inspire people to register. To do so, you must reach the right audience, with the right information, at the right time.

You can grow your association’s course subscriptions with a few simple micromarketing techniques.

The best part about micromarketing? You can use the tools and information your CME software already provides! Here are three healthcare micromarketing tips to increase CME course registration and subscriptions.

Increase Course Registration with These Micromarketing Tips
  1. Target segments within your contact database.
    You have a...
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