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EDUCATION AND

TRAINING

Training and implementation of an EHR can be a major obstacle for physician practices. tertiums provides healthcare providers with a personalized and custom education training option. We will provide an in person on site education and training sessions. tertiums will develop an education and training program based on a time line in order to comply with federal regulations date frames. We maintain state of the art technology to ensure that we can answer any question efficiently and effectively no matter where you are and no matter when you need us.

 

In tertiums we work face to face with our customers and we start with a five days training section to teach you how to use the EHR system efectively and adequately. In tertiums our main goal is to make sure you are equipped with the right tools for the job and you learn with the highest level of satisfaction.

 

A survey conducted by the American Academy of Allergy Asthma & Immunology, the American College of Physicians, the American Osteopathic Association of Medical Informatics, the Infectious Disease Society of America and the Renal Physician Association reported that it is recomended that doctors receive three to five days training to adequately use their EHR but that this requirement is not being met.  The data was collected from April 2011 to July 2011 with the participation of more than 2,300 physicians. Key findings from the report include:

 

  • Overall satisfaction with an EHR was highly correlated with whether the respondent was involted  in the EHR selection process.

  • At least three to five days of EHR training was necessary to achieve the highest level of overall satisfaction.

  • Nearly half (49.3%) of respondents indicated that they received three or fewer days of training.

  • Ratings on ease of use for basic EHR functions required for meaningful use continued to improve with more than two weeks of training.

  • Ratings on ease of use for specific meaningful use measure varied significanly. More training - at least one week - was correlated with improvement in the reported usability of advanced EHR feature (e.g. checking patient formulary, importing medication lists and medication reconciliation).