Reducing the Incidence of CAUTI
Clinicians expect a personalized learning path that is engaging and respects their time and knowledge. An adaptive eLearning solution that customizes the learning experience to fill their unique knowledge gaps, shortens training time.
When things go wrong in obstetrics, the reasons are often unclear, lack of knowledge is frequently the root cause. Errors in clinical judgment were cited in 77% of more than 800 clinically coded obstetric malpractice cases according to CRICO Strategies. By the end of each Amplifire course, 100% of the clinicians were proficient (confident and correct) on all the material.
From 2000 to 2015, more than half a million people died from an overdose. Ninety-one Americans die every day from an opioid overdose. A clinician’s year of medical school completion is highly correlated with their knowledge about opioids. In an effort to combat this issue, AHEC in Charlotte, North Carolina deployed the Opioid Safe Use and Management course to 363 of their physicians in 2021.
There is a new training strategy that gets your residents on the floor faster. Bringing learning out of the classroom and into the minds of healthcare providers shortens time to proficiency.
This sepsis study was conducted by a large US health system concerned with high rates of sepsis. Participants, 1,051 nurses, were asked to take an accredited, evidence-based, 29-question sepsis knowledge and performance course on Amplifire’s confidence-based e-Learning platform.
Clostridium difficile is a gram-positive, spore-forming bacterium that causes serious disease ranging from diarrhea to potentially lethal pseudomembranous colitis. The rate of C. difficile infections (CDIs) has been rising steadily since 2000, complicated by the emergence of virulent new strains. One of the major risk factors for development of CDI is exposure to antibiotics, which alter the normal gut flora.
Amplifire found a significant amount of confidently held misinformation (CHM) around nutrition factors, distinguishing pressure injuries and IAD (Incontinence Associated Dermatitis), and other environmental factors. Complete the form below to download the full case study and learn about the clinical implications.
Our first-of-its-kind national hospitalist sepsis study was designed as a clinical intervention using the Amplifire training tool, which delivers a groundbreaking learning experience and advanced analytics. The goal was to acquire data on what doctors and nurses know about sepsis. Can they recognize sepsis at an early stage? Do they know the evidence supporting treatment guidelines? Are they confident about how to respond?
Why does CLABSI still happen? A major US health system employed the Amplifire training tool to acquire data on what its nurses know and don’t know about these protocols for managing CVCs, and to find and fix any misinformation the nurses held.