Amplifire Courses

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Safety and Quality Essentials Library

The Safety and Quality Essentials Library has been developed in conjunction with multiple health systems. It is designed to improve patient safety through the prevention of hospital-acquired conditions (HACs) while simultaneously promoting the early recognition, management, and communication of conditions that can lead to avoidable harm.

Target Audience: Providers / Nurses / Clinical Support Staff

Learning Objectives:

  • Reduce the financial burden of unreimbursed Hospital-Acquired Conditions (HACs) and CMS penalties
  • Improve the knowledge of clinicians to increase the quality of care
  • Identify / remediate areas of clinical risk individually and organizationally

Alternative Therapies (2021)
Complex Presentations (2021)
Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT)
Opioids for Nursing (2021)
Opioids in a Palliative Setting (2021)
Opioids: Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome (2021)
Opioids: Safe Use and Management
Screening and Monitoring (2021)
Tapering for Long-Term Opioids (2021)

Compliance Library

The Compliance Library has been developed in conjunction with MedStar Health and Brigham and Women’s Hospital. By design, it addresses a variety of topics that have regulatory and accreditation relevance. Like all Amplifire courses, the Compliance Library elements actively engage learners and adapt to each
individual’s knowledge-base, thereby keeping the content relevant by focusing on un-mastered material.

Target Audience: Clinical Audience / Non-Clinical Audience

Learning Objectives:

  • Reduce compliance training time by 50-75% compared to traditional methods, while improving content retention
  • Identify and remediate cognitive biases that cause compliance-related issues
  • Convey the latest compliance best practices to keep the workforce upto-date

Active Shooter
Corporate Compliance (Q4)
Emergency Preparedness and Response
Fire Safety
General Safety (Q4)
Hazards Communications
Infection Prevention and Control (Q4)
Laboratory Specimen Collection and Labeling
Patient Care Assessment and Patient Safety
Patient Rights (Q4)

Obstetrics Library

The Obstetrics (OB/GYN) Library is being developed in conjunction with various Alliance Members, and Alliance Partners. Trends over the past decade indicate a decrease in overall neonate adverse events and a substantial rise in maternal morbidity – the OB/ GYN library is designed to address this (and many other complex issues) across the continuum of care.

Target Audience: Providers and Nurses

Learning Objectives:

  • Reduce incidents and near-misses associated with the health and safety of pregnant women and their unborn children
  • Reduce the financial burden of malpractice claims associated with Obstetrics
  • Address the most frequently seen rule-based, skill-based, and knowledge-based active and latent errors in Obstetrics
  • Target and reduce the most common system errors related to Electronic Fetal Monitoring (EFM) use including fear of conflict, knowledge deficits, and communication failures

Electronic Health Record: Epic Library

Research indicates that user ratings on the quality of training are the single greatest predictor of overall Electronic Health Record (EHR) user experience. These findings are leading health systems to re-invest in new and innovative training approaches.

Amplifire developed the Epic EHR training Library in conjunction with UCHealth to help physicians, nurses, and technicians effectively navigate the patient record workflow, reduce onboarding and training time, and optimize overall use of the EHR system.

This library has been shown to cut time spent in classroom training by half, potentially saving tens of millions of dollars.

Target Audience: Providers and Nurses

Learning Objectives:

  • Optimize the overall use of Epic to enhance EHR investment
  • Leverage data to customize training for individual needs
Inpatient CNA
Inpatient Physicians/Providers
Inpatient RN
Outpatient MA
Outpatient Physicians/Providers
Outpatient RN

Emergency Department for Physicians/Providers
Emergency Department RN
Emergency Department Tech/MA

Anesthesiology Physicians/Providers
Obstetrics Physicians/Providers
Surgery Physicians/Providers

Medical Equipment Management Library

The Medical Equipment Management Library was originally developed in partnership with Providence Health to take on the CRE Superbug appearing in the Olympus Duodenoscope. Through our partnership with the Association for the Advancement of Medical Instrumentation and eventually with Olympus directly, we are expanding this library to other high-risk equipment issues.

Target Audience: Providers, Nurses, Reprocessing Technicians, and
Imaging Technicians

  • Learning Objectives:
    Ensuring technical staff have the proper and proven training to avoid error and infection

Reprocessing: Olympus Evis Exera Q180 Duodenoscope
Reprocessing: Olympus Evis Exera 160VF, 160F, & Q180V Duodenovideoscopes
Reprocessing: Olympus TJF-Q190V Duodenoscope (Q3)
Reprocessing: Pentax ED-3460TK Video Duodenoscope
Surgical Sterile Instrument Processing (Centralized Sterile Processing)
Syringe Infusion Pump Safety
Mammography
Imaging Appropriately
EKG Interpretation Assessment

Hospice, Palliative, and Restorative Care Library

This library was developed with two key partners: American Academy of Hospice and Palliative Medicine Association of Rehabilitation Nursing Due to the effects of chronic diseases on an aging population, the need for caregiving for older adults by formal, professional caregivers will increase sharply during the next several decades.

In 2014, about 67,000 paid, regulated long-term care services providers served about 9 million people in the United States. In 2015, hospice patients received a total of 96,052,577 days of care paid for by Medicare. Two factors—longer life spans and aging baby boomers—will combine to double the population of Americans aged 65 years or older during the next 25 years. By 2030, older adults will account for roughly 20% of the US population.

Target Audience: Practitioners

The American Academy of Hospice and Palliative Medicine’s 9-module Primer

The Hospice and Palliative Care Approach to Serious Illness (Essentials 1)
Alleviating Psychological and Spiritual Pain (Essentials 2)
Assessing and Treating Pain (Essentials 3)
Managing Nonpain Symptoms (Essentials 4)
Communication and Teamwork (Essentials 5)
Ethical and Legal Issues (Essentials 6)
Caring for People with HIV/AIDS (Essentials 7)
Caring for Pediatric Patients (Essentials 8)
Caring for Patients with Chronic Illnesses: Dementia, COPD, CHF (Essentials 9)

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