Large Dallas Area Health System Virtually Trains 1000+ Staff in Just Four Months
ATLANTA & DALLAS–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Orasi, a DevSecOps innovator accelerating software application delivery and adoption through automation, announces today its partnership with Parkland Health & Hospital System to provide effective virtual training for thousands of hospital employees during COVID-19.
Medical staff are required to be properly trained in the use of electronic healthcare records, imaging devices, mobile health apps and more. If these systems are used incorrectly, the result can be poor patient care and/or inappropriate billing, leading to costly legal issues for an organization.
“We have always conducted these trainings in person in both small and large classrooms, allowing for hands-on instruction. COVID-19 put an end to that just when we needed to train more than 400 new residents on Epic, an electronic health records system. But we couldn’t pause training,” said Daniel Cluck, Parkland’s Senior Clinical Informatics Learning Specialist.
Orasi’s virtual training platform, OrasiLabs, enables a more realistic environment that encourages engagement, increases knowledge retention, and ultimately enlightens students so they are truly prepared for real-world scenarios, critical in a healthcare setting. Parkland instructors are able to teach large numbers of students at the same time on multiple screens, while still providing personalized “over the shoulder” instruction and screen control when needed. OrasiLabs’ platform allowed for attendance tracking and gave instructors a true window into which students were engaged and attentive and who needed extra help throughout certain lessons.
“We are proud to work with Parkland to help ensure medical and administrative teams can remain up to date on the latest software technologies and patient care solutions during this time of social distancing. Our solution allows for active learning, despite the virtual nature of the training, creating high retention rates, helping to ensure Parkland can offer high quality care at all times,” said David Hand, VP of Orasi.
Orasi is a DevSecOps innovator enabling the acceleration, security and adoption of software applications through automation. Working with world-class partners, Orasi provides solutions and services that offer full lifecycle support and integration to ensure confident delivery of transformative applications.
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Parkland Health & Hospital System first opened its doors in 1894. The system averages more than 60,000 hospital discharges and 1 million outpatient visits annually. Premier services include the Level I Rees-Jones Trauma Center, the only burn center in North Texas verified by the American Burn Association and a Level III Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. The system also includes 30 community-based clinics and numerous outreach and education programs. Parkland is the primary teaching hospital for The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center. For more information, visit www.parklandhospital.com.
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