50 Things Tegria’s Custom Development and Integrations Team Can Do for You
Tegria Offering Apr 21, 2021
Tegria has partnered with Amplifire, an adaptive learning platform powered by cognitive science, to offer training that’s proven to save time and increase efficiency. Amplifire provides analytics on each learner and uses the data to develop targeted, AI-driven coaching.
Amplifire combines patented learning algorithms, knowledge analytics, and diagnostic capabilities to help you drive productive outcomes for an exceptional return on your training investment.
Using Amplifire’s patented algorithm built on brain science discoveries and our deep EHR and change management expertise, your learners will leave their training with the confidence required to perform their day-to-day jobs. As a leader, you will have insight into each learner’s mastery of content, and receive analytics to help tackle knowledge gaps, confidently held misinformation, and specific learner needs.
Recent discoveries in cognitive science have established a new era of greater human potential. The Amplifire learning platform uses these findings to make learning stick, eliminate mistakes, and change behavior that results in enhanced performance and prosperity. Amplifire’s adaptive platform puts the power of brain science to work to:
At A Glance
Watch this short video to learn how Amplifire’s adaptive learning platform is proven to help people master faster, retain longer, and perform better.
Watch this 8 minute demo to see a recorded walk-through of the platform in action…and get some context of where the brain science is at work.
Here’s an example of the impact Amplifire has had on EHR training in healthcare:
…And can impact any topic and any industry.
Register here to access the Science of Learning module and experience how Amplifire works first-hand.
Amplifire leverages, based on their Science Advisory Boards research and findings, 23 of 26 Brain Science Principles. Watch this short video to learn more: 7 Ways to Power Up Your Learning and Memory.
Here’s the list of the 23 of 26 Brain Science Principles, what each one means and the Trigger Category it belongs to.
Frequently Asked Questions
Will we need to create new courses for my organization?
There is an existing library that includes over 80 healthcare courses and hundreds of modules. Some of the topics in the library include Electronic Health Records, Safety and Quality, Compliance, Organizational Culture, Hospice & Palliative Care, Obstetrics, Device Management, and Analytics and Improvements Literacy.
You can start quickly by using the existing courses that were co-developed with many of the nation’s leading healthcare systems. All the courses in the libraries are customizable to your organization’s installs, policies, and procedures by using Amplifire’s authoring platform.
Original courses can also be created. These can be used just for your organization or be shared with the Alliance Members for a revenue share.
How much time will training staff need to dedicate to implementing Amplifire?
This depends on the course, number of modules in the course and the audience. Courses range from thirty minutes to two hours.
What is involved with an Amplifire Implementation and how long does it take to customize Amplifire courses?
Generally, it takes 8-12 weeks to customize and implement the Electronic Medical Records library for a specific audience (e.g., Inpatient RNs, Outpatient RNs, Outpatient Physicians, Inpatient Physician).
Here’s a graphic to illustrate the milestones and steps of a typical project.
How will Tegria help support the authoring and implementation of Amplifire?
We have authors who are certified in developing Amplifire assessments, modules, and courses. We work with your SMEs and stakeholders to customize existing courses from the Amplifire libraries or help build net new courses.
Can my staff author Amplifire modules and courses?
Absolutely! If this is something that interests you, we can help your staff complete the certification process to use Amplifire’s authoring platform. Certification generally takes a few weeks of dedicated, focused time for each author.
How does the training department support Amplifire after it’s been implemented?
Since Amplifire dramatically reduces the need for instructor-led training in the classroom, many organizations choose to repurpose classroom instructors and build a strong, strategic support strategy around Amplifire. The strategy makes use of the learner analytics to focus follow-up efforts on knowledge gaps, areas of struggle and confidently held misinformation
Here’s a sample mind map of how that can work for physicians.
What supplemental education is offered beyond Amplifire to prepare staff to use Epic in the clinical setting?
In most cases, the organization makes Amplifire part of the first week of onboarding – net new to Epic staff are required to complete e-learning and self-guided exercises (possibly in a classroom setting, with an educator to answer questions as they work through it). Once the Amplifire course is completed, educators can view the individual learner analytics to determine mastery or if additional follow-up is needed. Generally, <10% of learners need any kind of follow-up. Some organizations still offer a one or two hour classroom session to discuss specific workflows or policies that impact Epic workflows with providers, educators typically then have a 1:1 session for personalization, Dragon/Haiku/Canto setup and training, etc.
Which is better; Amplifire or Articulate (or Captivate)?
The two platforms are different and used in different ways to achieve specific outcomes. They can co-exist and should co-exist as part of a robust training ecosystem. We have a deep understanding of both platforms and can help you decide when to use each platform.
Here are additional FAQs hosted by Amplifire.
You can learn more details about Amplifire by visiting their website, Amplifire.com