Cloud delivery, low cost of ownership and speed to the classroom make hands-on access to EHR training available for institutions of all sizes.
Fort Lauderdale, FL – July 24, 2013 – iCare, the Enterprise Cloud EHR provider announced today that Normandale Community College has selected the company’s enterprise cloud Electronic Health Record (EHR) to deliver a real-world training experience to Health Information Technology (HIT) students.
The curriculum will feature more than 40 interactive clinical cases, developed from authentic records of consenting patients, obtained from actual healthcare settings.
Unique to iCare is its adaptability for Information Technology (IT) students. iCare lends the ability to learn, assess and even configure process workflows based on specific needs and perspectives. Exposure to backend controls allow students to experience real-world scenarios including documentation of system requirements and configuration processes in a live IT environment – at no additional cost.
Our goal is to help the students contextualize the EHR from the perspective of the continuum of health IT systems, planning, assessing, implementing, testing, optimizing and change management,” said Sunny Ainley, Associate Dean at Normandale Community College. “Our students will be well equipped to practice health IT activities in their work roles.
“Normandale administrators and students are clearly ahead of the curve,” said Jim Riley, CEO at iCare. “With healthcare facilities in acute, ambulatory and long-term care trending toward cloud solutions; Normandale students will be more prepared to support health IT initiatives. iCare provides students with all of the hands-on experience and functionality of an enterprise EHR without the hassles of managing a data center.”
About iCare.com LLC
iCare is an innovative provider of enterprise cloud Electronic Health Record (EHR) solutions to healthcare facilities of all sizes. By combining a world-class enterprise-ready EHR with the cloud, iCare provides an unmatched combination of enterprise capabilities and low-cost. Current enterprise-class EHR systems are built on outdated architectures, which require a large allocation of resources by healthcare facilities for implementation, customization, development and daily operations. With iCare, healthcare providers will focus on patient care, not software. Visit our website at www.icare.com orwww.cloudvista.com.
About Normandale Community College Normandale Community College is an urban two-year college serving primarily the communities of the southwestern metropolitan region of Minneapolis–Saint Paul, MN. Established in 1968, the college is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. More than 10,000 students from diverse backgrounds take courses at the college annually. For more information, please visit http://www.normandal