Why should I choose HealthStream over alternative solutions?
Features of our Core Regulatory Library and Patient Safety Series include:
HealthStream’s regulatory libraries offer a different and powerful approach to employee training. It is not conventional training repackaged in new technology. It is a fundamentally different approach to learning and development that takes advantage of the unique capabilities of the Internet and applies adult learning concepts utilizing several modes of input. Compelling content and straightforward navigation keep the learner motivated and attentive while fostering accountability and measurable results. Our comprehensive libraries provide unmatched coverage of the annual training requirements mandated by numerous agencies including, The Joint Commission, OSHA, CMS, CDC, FDA, and EPA.
Content based on the most current industry trends, standards of practice,
and performance measures
Interactivity built throughout each course
Reinforced principles and learning objectives throughout the libraries
Easy, intuitive navigation
How can HealthStream support my diverse training needs?
HealthStream’s regulatory libraries are structured for maximum flexibility, empowering you to choose the learning option that is most appropriate for your staff. This flexibility can help reduce your staff’s training time on repetitive topics, freeing them up to care for patients or focus on other critical training needs. HealthStream’s regulatory training includes these options:
Pre-Assessments – allow students to test-out of courses in which they have a strong knowledge base.
Rapid Regs – allow students to take primary, annual mandatory training in
one 60-90 minute course.
Full Courses – allow students detailed focus in topic areas that need the most attention.
What sets HealthStream apart from other e-learning courses in the market?
HealthStream’s regulatory courses incorporate proven adult learning principles combined with high performance technology for a powerful approach to learning and knowledge retention.
Developers emphasize prioritized content, concise learning methodology and practical experience. These
elements are combined to promote the highest level of retention and increase the likelihood of measurably
Content experts are recruited to develop and evaluate course content. Courses are constantly reviewed and
updated to meet the ever changing law, regulation and industry standards.
Each course contains a series of learning enhancement instruments and processes for individual development. The courses engage students in the content, give them a practical level of competence, and enable them to immediately apply their new knowledge.
Tools in each course include:
Printable tables, text, and chapters
Thought provoking questions throughout lessons that reinforce learning objectives of subject matter
Various types of interaction to encourage retention through multi-sensory input
Animated illustrations of process discussed
Targeted best practices
The links in this bar provide additional materials, tools, and customer support information.
The Search button reveals another screen where you can type in a particular word or phase that you are interested in finding within the course.
The Objectives button displays the course objectives.
The Glossary contains all of the special terms used in the course.
The Course Map bar links you to a page that identifies where you are in the course. The Course Map also allows you to print the page or the chapter you are on and navigate to other sections of the course as desired.
The Main Menu bar returns you to the original table of contents page at the beginning of the course.
The Help Bar reveals a page full of information and frequently asked questions, as well as possible solutions and customer care contact information.
The Arrow buttons are used to navigate through the course. The title and function of the button should appear when you roll the cursor over it. These buttons allow you to move forward or backward in the course or replay the screen you are on.
The Audio button allows you to turn the audio function on or off.
Beside the audio button is the Volume Slide. You use this slide in a click and drag motion to turn the audio volume up or down.
Under the Audio button are numbers that indicate which page you are on within a lesson and how many pages you have to go to fi nish the lesson. If you need to find out what lesson you are in, click on the Course Map button.
The Progress Bar displays your progress within the course. As you approach the end of the course, the Progressbar moves to the right.
The Exit button gives you the ability to exit the course at any time.
Core Regulatory Library
- Advance Directives
- An Overview of HIV: Prevention, Assessment and Treatment
- Back Safety
- Confined Space Entry
- Control of Hazardous Energy: Lockout/Tagout
- Corporate Compliance: A Proactive Stance
- Cultural Competence: Background and Benefits
- Cultural Competence: Providing Culturally Competent Care
- Customer Service
- Developmentally Appropriate Care of the Adult Patient
- Developmentally Appropriate Care of the Pediatric Patient
- Diversity in the Workplace
- Electrical Safety
- Emergency Preparedness
- End-of-Life Care
- Fire Safety
- General Safety
- Hand Hygiene
- Hazard Communication
- Identifying and Assessing Victims of Abuse and Neglect (CE available)
- Identifying and Assessing Victims of Child Abuse and Neglect
- Identifying and Assessing Victims of Domestic Abuse
- Identifying and Assessing Victims of Elder Abuse and Neglect
- Infection Control
- Informed Consent
- Introduction to Performance Improvement
- Latex Allergies
- Medical Equipment Safety
- Medical Ethics (CE available)
- Medication Terminology: Use of Abbreviations and Symbols
- Overview of HIV (CE available)
- Pain Management
- Patient Rights
- Performance Improvement in the Workplace
- Personal Protective Equipment
- Preventing Slips, Trips and Falls in the Workplace
- Radiation and MRI Safety
- “Rapid Regulatory Compliance: Clinical I: Compliance, Ethics, Sexual Har., Patient Rights, Informed Consent, Adv.Directives, EMTALA, Grievances, Dev. Appropriate Care, Cult.Competence, Restraint/Seclusion, Patient Abuse/Assault/Neglect”
- “Rapid Regulatory Compliance: Clinical II: Gen/Fire/Elec/Back/Rad./MRI Safety, Ergo, Lift/Transp, Slips/Trips/Falls, LatexAllergy, HazComm, WorkplaceViol., EmergPrep, Infec.Control:HAI, HandHyg, Bloodborne, StdPrec, Airborne/Contact/Droplet Prec, PPE”
- “Rapid Regulatory Compliance: Non-clinical I: Corporate Compliance, Sexual Harassment, Patient Rights, Confidentiality, HIPAA”
- “Rapid Regulatory Compliance: Non-clinical II: General Safety, Fire Safety, Electrical Safety, Ergonomics, Back Safety, Hazard Communication, Security & Workplace Violence, Reporting Incidents, Emergency Preparedness, Infection Control”
- Sexual Harassment in the Workplace
- Standard Precautions: Bloodborne Pathogens and Other Potentially Infectious Materials
- Transmission-Based Precautions: Airborne
- Transmission-Based Precautions: Contact and Droplet
- Transportation & Shipping of Hazardous Materials
- Workplace Violence
Core Regulatory - Spanish
Patient Safety Series