Me Learning is partnering with the Healthcare Innovation Consortium, a new Digital Health Agency and Membership organisation made up of over 6,000 clinicians, commissioners, tech coordinators and commercial companies, all with a passion for sharing collective knowledge on health innovation to improve direct patient care through tech.
We hope our contribution to this exciting initiative will help open the eyes of healthcare organisations to the wide range of innovative digital learning opportunities on offer and the many benefits they bring.
Me Learning CEO, Nick Richards says:
“Digital transformation involves so much more than simply investing in the right technology. Often, the biggest hurdle is getting teams on board and confident and competent with the technology they are expected to use in their day-to-day work. When you are training large workforces, especially those who find it difficult to spend time away from the frontline, speed is of the essence and this is when high quality online training really helps. It is important to use the best techniques to train effectively and in a way which boosts information retention.
“At Me Learning, we have been at the cutting edge of innovative training solutions for over 14 years, challenging the status quo and creating an affordable but ground-breaking approach to digital learning.”
Healthcare Innovation Consortium CEO, Hadleigh Stollar says:
“We are creating a new community of innovators and will share our collective knowledge to offer service providers, commissioners and tech suppliers exciting opportunities to break down traditional barriers to adoption, implementation and spread of digital health. We are absolutely delighted that Me Learning has joined HIC and I am excited to watch them grow their presence in the sector. If the workforce does not know how and why to embrace innovation, the battle is lost before it even began… this is where Me Learning can add real richness to the offer and debate.”