Special training and drawing training plans

We rely on our training to prepare training programs adapted to the needs of medical institutions in the field of information management systems by considering the following:

  1. The nature of the medical institution and the specifics of their work.
  2. An analytical study of the medical position as measures of hospitals, through:
  • Technical operating system of the hospital.
  • The receiving and transfers system.
  • Strategy of medical services.
  • Strategy of therapeutic affairs / medical rules.

Where the study of the previews elements noted above are intended to help in the understanding of critical data flow and the level of authority and dealing and trading as a first step in the construction of the training program.

  1. An analytical study of the administrative position to help in the formulation of a strategy of change and evolution that leads to awareness, contributing to successful implementation of electronic medical records.
  2. An analytical study of the economic situation (for the private sector more than the public sector) which contributes in drawing Perceptions and assessment of critical needs in the field of training within a budgetin a proper way to the medical institution resources.
  3. An analytical study of the position of public services, which guide to lay the foundations and the objectives and to measure the feasibility of implementing the electronic health record later.
  4.  Availability of contents in Arabic and English.
  5. Providing logistical needs in terms of training courses outside the country or to coordinate with the side that suppose to train to provide trainers and training curricula.
  6. Provide practical models assistance to explain so as to ensure a good understanding.

Some models of special sessions:

  • Primary or general courses:
  1.  Awareness of medical information management systems.
  2. The principles for applying the medical information management systems.
  3. Smoothed transition from paper records to electronic records.
  4.  Reading the medical archive and decision making.
  5.  Coding in medical records.
  6.  The principles of confidentiality and protection of medical records.
  7.  Use of the International Code of Nursing
  • Medium courses:
  1. The use of modern input means.
  2. The use of medical information technology in quality control.
  3.  Monitoring of human resources through medical information management systems.
  4.  The development of medical performance using medical information management.
  5. The administrative change and its role in the implementation of the electronic medical record.


See also:

  1. Previous training sessions
  2. Successful changing experiments.
  3. The steps for implementing electronic medical records.
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