Training - eLearning

Digital Learning Intro

At 314e, we teach others how they are treated through our actions. How an organization chooses to train its employees represents how that employee will be treated over time. Training is an opportunity to teach your employees that they are valued and will be given the resources they need to succeed in the organization. Creating security and encouragement in the employee builds confidence.

Creating eLearning training that is consistent, engaging, maximizes the knowledge base, is convenient for the employee, and immediately builds confidence that leads to success. At the same time, eLearning is cost-effective over traditional training and quantifiable.

EHR digital learning is a very effective way to prepare providers and other staff members for all phases of your EHR life cycle:


(Formal Learning)

  • Orientation
  • HR
  • EHR System
  • Clinical Knowledge

Existing Learners

(Maintenance Learning)

  • New Programs & Initiatives
  • Upgrades & Enhancements
  • Professional Development

On the Job Support

(Informal Learning)

  • Performance Support
  • In the flow of work support
  • On-demand knowledge

Benefits of EHR Digital Learning

Digital learning is a potent teaching tool that is cost-efficient and scales well to train many learners in one go.

Cost Savings

  • Rapid delivery of information that results in a 30%- 60% reduction in time away from the job when compared to traditional classrooms
  • Reduced cost of facilities and instructors
  • eLearning can be reused and scales to become more cost-effective with greater use


  • The World Health Organization finds that eLearning for healthcare professionals is just as much or more effective than traditional learning environments
  • Consistent training throughout the organization
  • Workflow accuracy can be tested and reported


  • Available 24/7 to learners on any device
  • Easily reach dispersed staff
  • Not limited by capacity or location
  • Reduces patient care staffing issues
  • Easily referenced after learning event


  • Students define their own pace of learning
  • Better engagement with content results in better retention
  • Slower learners have time to reflect and process the information
  • Simulations can be repeated until basic competency and confidence is achieved

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