In the heat of a stressful moment the question was once posed to me, “How do you eat an elephant?” Answer, “One bite at a time.” Migrating data from one learning management system (LMS) to another can be one of the most painstaking and complex scenarios a team faces when upgrading their LMS. Having led many clients through this process, I have witnessed various levels of expectations and complications arise along the way. While an LMS migration may appear complicated and time consuming,
This week we released EthosCE 7.5. We are excited to announce the following new features and improvements.
CE and CME faculty management is now part of EthosCE! Faculty management is fully integrated with our course application feature to provide full-lifecycle CE and CME activity management. Add faculty in the application and track them all the way through an activity.
EthosCE gives faculty coordinators the ability to send and track disclosures,
A few weeks ago we posted a list of video providers that were a good fit for healthcare associations. As promised, here is a follow-up post with a list of enterprise video providers for continuing education.
For this article, many enterprise video providers are intentional excluded. We’re specifically listing providers that focus on education and have features appropriate for large healthcare associations and academic medical centers.
What’s the difference between video hosting and an enterprise video provider? Read the full article…
Use LMS Features to Generate Revenue
The ACCME has strict standards regarding “commercial interest” for CME providers, but that doesn’t mean there is no room for revenue generation. ROI is as important in CME as it is in other fields. It is what proves your product’s value – to the members and to the association.
That’s why it’s important for your association management system to provide more than membership tracking.
The best gifts come in small packages – EthosCE has great features that you need.
At the start of a new year, it is important to look back at the past year and consider what went well and what needs to be improved. That way, you can make informed decisions about the year ahead.