Category Archive for: Medical Training

Cheetah Medical Reference App

When the sales team at Cheetah Medical needed to conduct training for clinicians and nurses on its medical devices, the process was often time consuming, involved extended travel and used outmoded paper formats. Being a start-up made it extra challenging for the Cheetah Medical sales team to address the needs of the customer and juggle…

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Physicians Respond to In-Flight Emergencies with AirRX

  “Is there a doctor on the plane?” You may have been on a flight where you heard the crew asking this question. If not, the odds are very good that, at some point in the future, you will hear them. According to the study “Outcomes of Medical Emergencies on Commercial Airline Flights,” commercial airlines…

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The Cost of Medication Errors

Healthcare organizations can educate nurses and other professionals to reduce medication errors through effective training. CSE can also develop custom apps on any healthcare topic. To get the conversations started, contact us at info@csesoftware.com.

Mobile Apps Improve Training and Educational Outcomes

    Towards Maturity’s 2013/2014 Benchmark Study shows mobile learning deployment has risen to a staggering 71% this year, up from 45% in 2012. Furthermore, the use of mobile apps is set to rise from 25% in 2012 to 59% in 2014. Accessibility, information recall and retention, and user engagement are just a few of…

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Benefits of Investing in Employee Training

In addition to gaining a competitive edge over competition, employee training also keeps organizations in compliance; increases production; increases customer satisfaction; reduces accidents; and more. Companies that do not invest in training experience skills gaps; a loss of revenue; threat of competition taking their business; delaying new products and services; and more. Invest in training…

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CSE Software Inc. Participates in PowerMyLearning Event

Ken Pflederer, President, CSE Software Inc. attended the PowerMyLearning event at the Caterpillar Visitor’s Center on Saturday April 26th. More than 100 local teachers attended the event. Several demos were set up, including robotics.  CSE Software, OSF Healthcare and Jump Trading Simulation and Education Center were on hand to demonstrate mobile technology and a new…

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Automate Healthcare Business Processes & Save Resources

Healthcare organizations can save valuable resources by automating business processes. In a nutshell, this means using computer software applications to conduct workflow. Employees and staff can work more efficiently and consistently with the help of software and spend time focusing on more high-value tasks. Take business process automation a step further and have a web…

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Managing Active Directory in Healthcare

Managing access to information in a healthcare environment is a challenging task. Access to patient files must be granted to authorized personnel, but no one else. Active Directory (AD)—which authenticates and authorizes users in a Windows network—profiles every user to ensure they fit the correct profile before being granted access to information. There cannot be…

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Data Integrity for Healthcare

In a series of U.S. Dept. of Health & Human Services, Office of Inspector General (OIG) audits, it was found that some hospitals lack sufficient security features, potentially exposing patients’ electronic protected health information to unauthorized access. Vulnerabilities included unsecured wireless access, inadequate encryption, authentication failures, and other access control vulnerabilities. The importance of data…

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5 Reasons Simulation Training Works in Healthcare

The complexity and risk involved in delivering healthcare makes it a natural fit for simulation training. Realistic simulation allows medical students and professionals to practice skills in the safety of a virtual environment. The use of simulation can improve methods, processes, teamwork and patient outcomes. Here are five reasons why. 1. Understanding reactions. Learners can…

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