Healthcare and Medical Education Blog

How MedHub’s Financial Consultants Can Help You Reach Your Goals

Institutions often lose money because their processes have not been optimized. There are a lot of balls in the air — IRIS, billing, data, scheduling, and changing policies, people, resources, and tools — creating a never ending, high-stakes game of whack-a-mole.  MedHub’s client partners have access to a powerful team of experts who can help ensure…

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Simplify Evaluation Delivery with Automated Rules

Automated evaluation delivery is an evaluation delivery method that allows programs to define delivery criteria for larger groups within a program. Evaluation rules can be set up at the beginning to deliver evaluations to residents and/or faculty at specified times throughout the year with no additional maintenance. This evaluation delivery function integrates with a variety…

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How Alumni Surveys are Improving Outcomes

They’ve earned credits and graduated their programs, now they’re ready to take their knowledge into the field. Alumni are not only the best testimonial for your school or program, their insights can improve your existing students’ experience as well as future program coursework and outcomes. In addition to program improvement, alumni data can play an…

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Improve Your Program and Resident Performance with MedHub’s Detailed Reporting Features – Webinar Recap

Editor’s Note: In a recent webinar, MedHub’s Solutions Engineer, Julie LaBare, examines how we look at resident milestone progression and shares her expertise on mapping the sub-competencies and elements in evaluation forms and the overall data collection used to support your Clinical Competency Committees (CCC). You can watch the full webinar, or follow along for a…

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Take Your eValue Training to the Next Level with the New eValue Training Series

eValue by MedHub empowers healthcare educators to simplify program administration, improve learning outcomes, and ensure institutional oversight of clinical education programs. Healthcare educators who use eValue tools to set up and sustain more efficient and effective workflows enjoy how easy it is to use, but there is always room to evolve. We’re pleased to introduce…

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Evaluate Better: A Guide to Using Milestones – Webinar Recap

As we look to spring Clinical Competency Committee (CCC) meetings, it’s time to evaluate your own evaluation process. Milestones spring reporting is taking place now through June 25, 2021, and these competency-based markers can be a powerful assessment tool for both individual residents and fellows, as well as your program curriculum as a whole ……

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Take the Madness Out of March: New Learning Portal Features for Medical Education Administrators

As basketball players and fans gear up for a variation of the NCAA tournament, graduate medical educators and administrators are in the thick of their own March Madness as they match residents, prepare to onboard them, and anticipate the academic year changeover. It can feel like a never-ending game of admin work, but MedHub partners…

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How eValue Streamlines Administrative Tasks in COVID and Beyond – Webinar Recap

COVID has drastically changed the way we learn and work. It has also created a logistical nightmare for many healthcare education administrators.  eValue by MedHub is a healthcare education management system that simplifies program administration, improves learning outcomes, and ensures institutional oversight of clinical education programs — which is particularly useful during COVID.  In the webinar…

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5 Tips for a Successful Online Graduate Medical Education Orientation

In 2020 the world was upended by the COVID-19 pandemic. Within just two years, more than 80 million people in the U.S. have tested positive for COVID-19, with nearly 100,000 deaths occurring. Between lockdowns, social distancing measures, and limited in-person interactions, practically every business regardless of the industry been forced to pivot from what was…

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Longitudinal Integrated Clerkships – true patient-centered care

Patient-centered care has for some time served as the aspirational rallying cry of truly good medicine. Whether a physician in training, student nurse, or fledgling technician, every encounter reinforces for us that patients are people, rather than a disease, diagnosis, or test result, and should be the absolute focus of all care decisions. The notion…

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