Health Professionals Increasingly Use eLearning Tools

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Care2Learn, the leader in online continuing education, compliance training and record-keeping solutions for the senior care industry, announced they ha...

Care2Learn, the leader in online continuing education, compliance training and record-keeping solutions for the senior care industry, announced they have been recognized with the Distinction Award for Outstanding Web Content by eHeathcare’s Leadership Awards for the third year in a row.

The award is based on Care2Learn’s online courses and industry-leading Learning & Performance Engine (LMS). Judges looked at how Care2Learn’s site and other digital communications compared with other competitive solutions. They also reviewed entries based on a proprietary multi-point standard of Internet excellence.

"In spite of the unsettled healthcare environment, organizations have accelerated their investment in digital communications," says Mark Gothberg, eHealthcare Leadership Awards Chairman. "Organizations have made major improvements in their websites, increased involvement in social media, more fully integrated newer media outlets with traditional marketing, and expanded mobile efforts to better serve current and future customers."

The Care2Learn Learning & Performance Engine (LMS) organizes education into one central location, is easy to use, delivers individualized training tailored to specific job roles, simplifies CE completion for licensed staff, and offers administrators robust tools for tracking, managing and reporting on training and education activities.

"We are very proud to have won an award in the eHealthcare Leadership Awards for three years in a row," said Scott Roan, Care2Learn Vice President of Information Technology. “Care2Learn continues to grow our LMS and introduce new features and innovation such as the recent launch of our mobile apps for the iPad and iPhone phone or tablet. This continual evolution keeps us - and our customers - on the cutting edge of technology.”

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