EthosCE Learning Management System I Continuing Medical Education

400,000+ health professionals have earned over 6 million continuing education (CE) credits using EthosCE Learning Management System.




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Moving into the Future with LMS Technology

Learn tips to streamline your medical learning management system

One thing that never ceases to amaze is watching science fiction becoming reality. Bionics once imagined in Star Wars have now been developed to replace limbs and organs with mechanical versions. And Google is developing a smart contact lens to assist people with diabetes by measuring and monitoring the glucose levels of their tears. This amalgamation of biology and machinery is just a glimpse of what is to come in the world of healthcare.

Utilizing technology is the future within all elements of the health industry. Continuing medical education is no different. More than ever, it is important to take advantage of everything your learning management system has to offer.

Three Tips to Streamline Your Continuing Medical Education Learning Management System
  1. Facilitate E-Learning With Access Requirements/Conditions. This tip will make both the administrator and the learner happy. You can eliminate a number of tedious processes by utilizing a feature that allows the administrator to set a range of scores for a course object. This allows you to set a score range that...
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Is Interactive Video Right for Healthcare Continuing Education?

In the past few weeks I’ve written roundups of both commodity and enterprise video providers for healthcare continuing education providers. So what’s next? Interactive video!

Interactive video allows content, such as hotspots, text, forms, images, polls or quizzes, to appear on top of video. Instead of passively watching the video, the viewer can interact with it and change what’s going to happen next. Viewers are rewarded with more relevant content and educational providers gain increases in viewer engagement and knowledge retention.

If you haven’t experienced interactive video yet, stop reading and try it now. Here are a few examples.

Why a Should Healthcare Continuing Education Provider Use Interactive Video?



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To save the data or not to save the data? That is the question: Planning for a successful data migration in your new learning management system

In the heat of a stressful moment the question was once posed to me, “How do you eat an elephant?” Answer, “One bite at a time.” Migrating data from one learning management system (LMS) to another can be one of the most painstaking and complex scenarios a team faces when upgrading their LMS. Having led many clients through this process, I have witnessed various levels of expectations and complications arise along the way. While an LMS migration may appear complicated and time consuming, the key is to stay focused on the main goal, plan, prioritize, and remembering to eat the elephant one bite at a time.

1. Analyze and prioritize the LMS data

When deciding how much historical data to keep, teams must understand who needs the data and how many years they are required to retain it.
This step may prove difficult for accredited healthcare education providers migrating to a CME or CE LMS. For example, the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) mandates...

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