#StrongerTogether– eLearning: 24/7 access to essential knowledge
In a crisis, all the doctor are needed at the cutting edge, but you also require them trained and up-to speed with the current procedures and tools. Due to take a trip and social distancing constraints, Agfa HealthCares subject professionals are restricted in providing on-site, face to face training.
For customers in Europe and the Middle East, an e-learning platform( *) has actually been deployed to provide simple access to crucial understanding, that is available 24/7, supplying the necessary versatility needed throughout this COVID-19 crisis.
The eLearning platform hosts online courses for the different Enterprise Imaging desktops (diagnostic desktop, desktop for PACS administrators, …) as well as courses for the XERO Viewer.
With collaboration throughout quarantine lines important throughout the pandemic, XERO Viewer is playing a vital function in accessing, viewing and sharing images. The on-line course is extremely well matched to get personnel acquainted with the tool rapidly and up to speed in a prompt manner.
In addition, while non-essential treatment is suspended momentarily, some personnel are less hectic throughout the crisis, and can use this time to get trained for future jobs. It is hoped that when the pandemic peak decreases, things can slowly go back to normal. Medical facilities are preparing for this and are currently making prepare for the roll-out of future IT tasks. Getting your staff prepared beforehand, utilizing e-learning tools, can assist accelerate the roll-out of your future IT tasks
( *) Please understand that depending on your area and present setup, some usage cases may not apply to you. Please talk to your regional Agfa HealthCare contact individual.
Some customers in the UK, The Netherlands and Belgium are presently be offering training through the platform. For additional information on how to ensure you and your staff can access the eLearning platform and stay up to date, contact your regional Agfa HealthCare agent.
For more COVID-19 setups, access the #StrongerTogether web page (*).
In addition, while non-essential medical care is suspended temporarily, some staff are less busy during the crisis, and can use this time to get trained for future jobs. Health centers are preparing for this and are already making strategies for the roll-out of future IT projects. Getting your personnel prepared in advance, using e-learning tools, can assist speed up the roll-out of your future IT jobs