MVP offered its custom computer programming services to design and develop the Industrial Medicine Associates (IMA) employee training eLearning platform in 2014. IMA, a highly successful organization offering disability evaluations, had realized that they were expending far too much in labor to train new employees on their physical and mental disability evaluations. They were seeking an effective way to reduce their training costs through custom eLearning development. MVP developed a custom web application that would present an introduction to IMA and its culture, then either a training module for medical or psychological disability evaluators. The eLearning platform featured synchronized media combining voice-over narration with DDA-designed PowerPoint slides, with each training module ending with a multiple-choice quiz to assess retention of the information by the trainee.
MVP developed a login and registration system that allowed IMA administrators the ability to create new user logins, classify them by discipline, and record a variety of metrics on user performance. The system also returned global metrics to have a broader understanding of trainees' experience on the eLearning tool. The administrative area also allows IMA to sort through trainees alphabetically and by discipline to allow them to find specific users with ease. The system was built from the ground up to be compatible with tablet computers like the Apple iPad® that are so popular with clinicians. The final eLearning platform was integrated onto their site and serves as a great example of how businesses and organizations can help control costs by investing in custom software application development that meets their specific needs.
The program begins with a video introduction delivered by an on-screen spokesperson integrated seamlessly within the custom virtual lab environment. It then progresses to a step-by-step animation of the XperCT and XperGuide procedures. Trainees then progress to an active simulation where they learn to execute the steps of the procedures themselves in a realistic virtual environment. Upon successful completion trainees are awarded a personalized certificate of completion. Furthermore, trainees could complete the training using their iPads or smartphones, offering additional convenience. The app proved so successful upon rollout that physicians were even training on it during their off time. The success of the app was acknowledged formally by Philips and later by its win of the first ever annual Tabby Award in 2012 for Best Healthcare App, the first year the national award was offered.
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