Boulder, Colo., May 13, 2019 — Amplifire, today announced it has reached more than 2 billion learner interactions in its patented adaptive learning platform. That’s a 9% increase in user interactions from the previous year. The company has also added more than 827,797 unique learners to its platform during this time period. “Reaching 2 Billion learners is a a significant milestone, ” said Nick Hjort , SVP of Product and Development. “Over the past three years, Amplifire has seen learner interactions grow exponentially which reflects that Amplifire continues to be a leader In a crowded education tehnology market.”
In Partnership with Amplifire Healthcare Alliance, Partners Health’s Knowledge Transformation Lab Announces New Approach to Clinician Competency
Boulder, Colo. — March 13, 2019 — Partners has worked with the Amplifire Healthcare Alliance for the past several years to develop clinical knowledge engineering courseware deployed through their adaptive learning platform that provides effective learning and rich analytics. Bob Burgin, CEO of the Amplifire Healthcare Alliance, noted that, “Perfunctory compliance-based training is quickly losing relevance as healthcare systems seek to move forward under new reimbursement models. For clinical areas where there is both a risk of patient harm and financial liability for unreimbursed care, hospitals can no longer afford to deploy obsolete learning methods that do not actually help providers perform at their highest potential.”
Boulder, Colo. — February 13, 2019 — Intermountain and Amplifire partnered to produce clinical knowledge engineering courses targeted at reducing CLABSI and CAUTI incidents. Together with the Amplifire Healthcare Alliance, Intermountain co-developed two courses, Central Line Associated Blood Stream Infection Prevention and Catheter-Associated Urinary Tract Infection Prevention. Using the latest evidence-based information and best practices, these courses were designed to eliminate Confidently Held Misinformation (CHM), uncertainty, and knowledge gaps that lead to avoidable infection.