03 Nov xGLearn: A Better Way to Educate and Build a Care Management Team
xG Health Solutions, November 3, 2015
As healthcare providers move from a volume-based to a pay-for-performance model, training and supporting a top-performing care management team becomes increasingly important for good reason. Effective care management protocols and workflow solutions, applied consistently, lead directly to improved patient outcomes, better population health, lower total care cost, as well as satisfied patients and care management team members. Lasting benefits are achieved only when physicians, nursing staff, medical social workers, and other members of the care team fully embrace technical and process solutions and put them into everyday practice.
The million-dollar question is, of course, “How do we make that happen—now and over the long term?”
Enter xGLearn®, the latest offering from xG Health Solutions.
xGLearn is an organization-based, interactive educational solution that helps accountable care organizations (ACOs), providers, and payers build a top-of-license care management team more quickly and effectively. With its unique coaching and mentoring capabilities, combining the latest collaborative technology with distance learning, xGLearn equips your care management team, licensed and unlicensed, with the evidence-based knowledge required to assess, coordinate, and deliver patient and population healthcare.
The xGLearn platform includes a number of distinctive features:
- Dozens of interactive courses powered by expert-narrated modules
- Modules targeted to specific roles in the care management team
- 24/7, convenient access to learning modules
- Self-guided activities and social learning tools that emphasize critical decision-making skills
- Individual and small-group coaching sessions
- Reflective and scored exercises and pre- and post-training evaluations
- An effective train-the-trainer program that multiplies the impact of the platform
Direct, live support from experienced xG Health clinicians is one hallmark of xGLearn. Online learning may be supplemented with immersion training in a successful healthcare facility, helping the care team gain real-world experience and learn new ways to apply lessons learned to their unique environments.