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Elsevier Clinical eLearning Case Study

DHS-EHIM Los Angeles County Department of Health Services

Introduction

This case study of DHS-EHIM Los Angeles County Department of Health Services is based on an October 2017 survey of Elsevier Clinical eLearning customers by TechValidate, a 3rd-party research service.

“[The benefits of Elsevier’s Clinical eLearning include] content management, simplicity of study, and remote access. You can access the portal on the go for a mobile education.”

Challenges

The business challenges that led the profiled organization to evaluate and ultimately select Elsevier Clinical eLearning:

  • Quality content (evidence-based, expertly authored, & peer reviewed)
  • Comprehensive solution
  • Robust reporting features
  • Customizable education which improves staff performance
  • Standardization & consistency across their organization

Use Case

The key feature and functionality of Elsevier Clinical eLearning that the surveyed organization uses:

  • Improve & standardize quality of care.

Results

The surveyed organization achieved the following results with Elsevier Clinical eLearning:

  • Is very satisfied with Elsevier’s Clinical eLearning Courses.
  • Improved in the following areas using Elsevier’s Clinical eLearning:
    • Increased quality of care
    • Increased employee satisfaction and retention
    • Increased standardization of care
    • Increased orientation efficiency for new nurses
    • Increased efficiency in customizing and delivering education for nurses
  • Considers the education features to continue providing staff with education from Elsevier’s Clinical eLearning to be the most important feature.




About This Data

This data was sourced directly from verified users of Elsevier Clinical Solutions by TechValidate.

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