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Healthcare LMS

The Healthcare industry requires stringent compliance regulations that match frequently changing innovations in the healthcare technology innovations. Continuing education for medical professionals (Continuing Medical Education or CME), nursing staff (Continuing Nursing Education or CNE), and other medical workforces needs regulated accreditations. MapleLMS has healthcare-specific learning management system features for delivering required training, monitoring the progress, tracking and reporting, and conducting learning assessment. The LMS for healthcare, telemedicine and medical enables healthcare training and support with a wholesome learning experience to enhance patient care.

Synchronized Data
Two-way data synchronization between the LMS and Program and Activity Reporting System (PARS) for enhanced reporting and visibility of accreditation history.
Reduced Compliance Risks
Compliance to medical standards such as HIPAA, medical policies and laws ensure reduced compliance risks, encourage healthcare professionals to pursue CME and CNE for better patient care.
Streamline Training
Healthcare learning management system eliminates the in-person training bottlenecks and ensures better healthcare training through a centralized and streamlined learning platform.
Learning Data Security
Learning data is secured through encryption and using different authentication protocols involving SAML and Auth 2.0. Active SSL certificate is in place to protect LMS data from accidental breach or data loss.


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Healthcare LMS Features and Benefits:

Professional Learning Portfolio

Healthcare professionals can showcase the certificates, rewards, CME/CNE proofs, leaderboards, and course credits they have earned on the LMS dashboard or profile. They can imports certificates and rewards from external sources and share them for better opportunities in the future.

Performance and Progress Tracking

MapleLMS offers features like learning progress and course/training performance tracking for healthcare professionals. SCORM/xAPI content standard support ensures content authoring tools to create training courses and learning material that can be shareable and trackable for performance metrics gathering.

Learn Anywhere with Gamification

Learning and development delivered through gamified and interactive methods to engage and motivate learners. Healthcare professionals can continue CME or CNE to grow knowledge and hone their skills by earning rewards like credits, badges, leaderboards, certifications, etc., at their convenience.

Automation at its Best

Automated retraining and certifications using a learning management system for healthcare professionals quickens the learning process. Track, report, analyze, and automate report generation and emailing reports for decision-makers. Sharing course start date, exam dates, and fees payment deadlines, and other notifications, can be automated. Plus, capture and automate regulatory compliant audit trails as well.

Efficient Course Credit Management

Supports multiple credit types compliant to ACCME. Course credit tracking, reporting, and automatic certificate generation are effortlessly done. Learners can download the digital certificates right away. This encourages them to take up more certifications for earning additional credits to enrich their professional profile.

Seamless Integrations

Smooth integration with Program and Activity Reporting System (PARS) enables synchronization of Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) contact information for better reporting and visibility of accreditation history, programs, and activities of healthcare providers. CRMs, ERPs, HRMS, AMS, and Salesforce integration is available.



Continuing Medical Education (CME) is meant for healthcare and medical professionals which allows them to enhance the requisite skillsets for practicing medicine. CME ensures medical professionals retain and enrich their professional expertise and knowledge to deliver the best healthcare to patients. CME supported by a Healthcare Learning Management System, enables the learners to seamlessly avail the following benefits:

  1. Learning management system for medical practitioners and instructors who offer training to med-school students and hospital workforces.
  2. Learning courses and conferences aimed at enhancing existing skillsets, and updated standards and techniques.
  3. Clinical practice interdisciplinary topics (sociological and psychological) related courses and conferences for a better understanding of patient care.

A Healthcare LMS allows medical professionals across roles to earn and transfer credits earned in Continuing Medical Education (CME) to their LMS profile or ACCME. They can maintain their licenses and continue their professional learning using course content created with the best authoring tools available. The authoring tools support AICC/SCORM/xAPI standards for tracking learners’ progress and course content performance to enhance the future learning experiences. The healthcare LMS delivers engaging and interactive CME courses to learners for their professional development and career growth. Automation reduces administrative burdens and saves a lot of time and money. Whereas ACCME-compliant courses are created with ease.

Healthcare LMS is essential for anyone working in the healthcare industry. Being in the healthcare sector – doctors, nurses, and allied workforces need to earn specific numbers of Continuing Medical Education (CME) credits depending on their role, licensing board, and the state they are working in. Medical-focused training is essential for doctors, nurses, and allied professionals in healthcare (lab technicians, physiotherapists, EMTs, chemo therapists, etc.). Even other administrative staff can use the LMS to learn the compliance policies of the organization.

PARS stands for Program and Activity Reporting System which is a reporting tool from ACCME. It is used to effectively track Continuing Medical Education (CME) learning data independently and also integrated with learning management systems. Licensing information, maintenance of certification, accreditations, course progress, etc., can be reported through PARS.

The Program and Activity Reporting System (PARS) enables healthcare providers to maintain proper reporting for all Continuing Medical Education (CME) learning activities. The healthcare provider is able to equip their workforces with the right skillsets, accreditations, and certifications by integrating PARS and healthcare LMS while delivering CME and CNE (Continuing Nursing Education). The healthcare professionals pursue CME and the healthcare providers meet FDA-approved Risk Evaluation and Mitigation Strategy (REMS) needs for submitting activity and learner data.

MapleLMS has exceptional integration capabilities with PARS for ensuring better reporting that synchronizes learning data and FDA-approved accreditations, certifications, FDA Risk Evaluation and Mitigation Strategy (REMS), state licenses, identify and enhance improvement activities when they participate in Continuing Medical Education (CME). Moreover, with out-of-the-box Salesforce integration, the LMS allows learners to continue their learning using Single Sign-On (SSO). SSO allows them to access CME and other LMS learning data without changing the system.

Here are the major benefits of PARS and LMS integration:

  1. FDA-approved standards are maintained in the Continuing Medical Education (CME) and other healthcare learning programs.
  2. Accreditations, licenses, professional profile of healthcare workforce, learning progress, promotions, incentives, etc. get synchronized with the LMS and other connected systems.
  3. Hassle-free reporting for CME learning data.
  4. Improved reporting capabilities beyond PARS standard offerings.

Continuing Medical Education (CME) is crucial for medical professionals irrespective of their role. The most sought after features of an LMS that healthcare professionals look for are:

  1. The freedom to learn when they want at where they want using whatever device they want, without bothering about network connectivity.
  2. Continuing learning to maintain their CME or Continuing Nursing Education (CNE) credits.
  3. Upgrade their skills, standards, and techniques without spending a load of money.