Patient Safety Case Study

With Amplifire's training solution, a major health system achieves 100% proficiency on patient safety topics and eliminates patient harm.

Teleflex Case Study

This health system reduced CLABSI rates by 79% following an eLearning CLABSI Prevention course that was rolled out to its nursing staff.

CLABSI Reduction Case Study

This health system reduced CLABSI rates by 79% following an eLearning CLABSI Prevention course that was rolled out to its nursing staff.

CAUTI Reduction Case Study

Reducing the Incidence of CAUTI CAUTI is the leading cause of avoidable harm and the most common hospital-acquired condition.

Opioids Safe Use and Management Case Study

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.

Workplace Violence Prevention

25 percent of registered nurses and nursing students reported being physically assaulted. 93 percent of assaults come from patients. UCHealth developed a course that provides clinicians with de-escalation techniques to improve workforce safety and patient outcomes that resulted in a 34% decrease in workplace violence incidents.

Sepsis: A Study Involving 1,051 Nurses

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.

C. difficile Case Study

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.

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