"As an instructor, it’s difficult to see whether or not the chest compressions are deep enough and sometimes it’s hard to tell whether or not they are hard enough to do what’s required in a real-life situation."

—Michelle Hutton RN, BLS & PALS Instructor/ Assistant Director of Education

Realistic Patient Cases Using eSimulation Technology

  • 2M+
    people committed to high-quality CPR using HeartCode
  • $400,000+
    amount one customer has saved since using HeartCode
  • 50%
    reduction in training time for staff and instructors

See Our Solutions In Action

For more than 25 years, more than 4,000 healthcare organizations have partnered with HealthStream to fulfill their promise of high quality care.

 
The face of healthcare is changing. We’re seeing much more acute patients now so our staff have to be better prepared to deal with emergency situations that come up as a result.
David Hunter
Lead Clinical Educator

Rochester Regional Health

After implementing the American Heart Association HeartCode® program, Rochester Regional Health cut training time by 50% for both instructors and staff, which saved money and allowed staff more time to focus on patient care and advanced training
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50%
reduction in training time for staff and instructors
 
One of the greatest achievements we've made at Bayhealth is our record of compliance. HeartCode has helped us achieve the Gold Quality Achievement Award for Resuscitation through the AHA's Get with the Guidelines.
Catherine A. Salvato
Ed.D, MSN, RN, NEA-BC Director of Education

Bayhealth Medical Center

By using HeartCode® BLS and ACLS, Bayhealth Medical Center has been able to achieve Gold Quality Achievement Award for Resuscitation through the American Heart Association.
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900+
staff trained to deliver high-quality CPR
 
Our annual savings is about $75,000. Overall, we have saved over $400,000 in the four-year span of using HeartCode.
Laura Sweatt
MSN, RN-BC, AHA Regional Faculty BLS & ACLS, Assistant Director of Education

Baptist Hospitals of Southeast Texas

By adopting the American Heart Association’s HeartCode® program, Baptist Hospitals of Southeast Texas increased staff confidence and competence in delivering high-quality CPR - ultimately resulting in an improvement in the rate of return in spontaneous circulation (ROSC) by 16% over four years.

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50%
reduction in classroom time

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