The program was designed to ensure the complexity of medical law will no longer be seen as insurmountable. The course is designed to be fully accessible on any device, in any location, and at any time, ensuring that the course is inclusive to physicians with hectic schedules or awkward working hours.
The course is additionally designed to be highly engaging since physicians and other working professionals have to struggle between the attention they give to their jobs, their families, and courses like these. Our program was able to comfortably satisfy these demands and ensures that every slide makes the practical implications extremely clear, with each case study moulded specifically to further highlight our client’s commitment to the practicality of the course and the end of misinformation on the topic of medical law so that our client physicians can comfortably focus on the well-being of their patients knowing that they are well taken care of.
Each scenario is designed to feel real and relatable, with the information given regarding the full scope of the situation. Learners go through the scenario from the hospital to the underwriting to claims management, and finally, assess the defensibility of a malpractice claim. Scenarios are also coupled with a Cognitive Autopsy – a root cause analysis of the medical decision-making involved in the treatment that helps them understand the signs of a high-risk situation. The course additionally stresses the importance of physician wellness, emphasizing how important it is for a physician to take care of their own mental and physical well-being for their own benefit and the benefit of their patients.
Current and potential client physicians and nurses, as well as new joiners unfamiliar with the industry process.
The potential target of over 50,000 individuals.
The program focuses on educating employees through building comfort and experience with company policies and procedures, new and old, utilizing the following techniques:
In response to a capable but disconnected workforce with difficulty picking up standardized initiatives promptly, our client partnered with Ozemio to create a training program that would ensure that training initiatives for pilots, cabin crew, and others could be quickly and effectively distributed to all applicable employees worldwide.
The content worked to create excitement and bolster morale by using interactive demonstrations and showcasing solutions to real, practical customer problems in a fun and interactive way.
Ozemio created a series of 8 different micro-modules, each designed to be completed in under 15 minutes. The modules were separated into clearly defined categories, from handling passenger complaints to health and safety measures for both crew safety and passenger safety to exceptional cases and how to handle them. The modules contained a combination of reviews and new information.
Assessments were gamified and included customer-facing demonstrations, with the decisions of cabin crew in these hypothetical situations graded based on whether they solved the passenger's problem and whether they were in line with the company's core values. The training was localized across dozens of languages with help from translators and local-language subject matter experts to ensure that nothing was lost in translation.
The modules were designed and built using Articulate Storyline, with videos designed in Adobe Premiere Pro CC, and then published in HTML5. The training used vibrant graphics in company colours, with videos and gamified quizzes blended into a fun and effective eLearning program
Each module covers a different mock client as the learner navigates through the difficult task of being the CMO of the fictitious insurance firm present within the eLearning program. Learners are expected to research the situation, speak to the client, navigate the dynamics at play and make sound decisions in each case. All the while they are guided by the program to understand each step of the legal process involved in each medical malpractice lawsuit they handle.
Each module was concluded by an interactive feedback session detailing the decisions made by the learner and the kinds of complications that might have caused, followed by a legal expert discussing the correct course of action and a few examples of how such cases turned out for real physicians.
Each simulation was progressively more complex, from easy to challenging, maintaining a healthy balance of circumstances to both encourage and push learners at every stage of the course.
Instructional Designers, Media Experts, Language Specialists, Subject Matter Experts, and our Quality Control team. Totalling at 2286 work hours.
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"For a very long time, it has been our wish to have the content development and the LMS live under the same roof. With this wish was able to come true. Our physicians are having a terrific learning experience. Our course is a huge hit. The physician-users are loving navigating through the course and seem to be doing so with great ease. The look and feel of the course are awesome. The avatars really take the course to a new level - and the opportunity to select both the CMO and the Mentor has been a fabulous experience to help the client engage with the content.
From the opening splash page, the course is riveting. The avatars, the insurance company design, the elevator that feels and sounds like it is moving from floor to floor- all keeping the learner closely tuned in. Learning occurs and reinforcement is just around the next turn with such a layer of richness in the interactivities. Each module has its own identity and the physicians are highly satisfied with the layout, order, organization, and content in the module structure.
At this time, we have had nearly 400 physicians complete the course with over 95% reporting that they were extremely satisfied, and not a single complaint. That number will expand to several thousand in the months ahead. Physicians are a challenging audience to satisfy. And this is compliance training, a mandated experience. And the course is long. All obstacles to a good user experience. However, the course is so wonderful and is running so well on the LMS, we are hearing about all good experiences and reading about the learning taking place"