The sooner your team masters your health IT, the sooner they can get back to doing what they do best – delivering quality care. And when you ensure user adoption of your health IT, you get the return on investment you expected when you purchased.
ANCILE and IT Convergence are partnering to help organizations adopt and optimize health IT.
IT Convergence provides consulting, development, testing, education, and cloud and managed services for enterprise software. To achieve user adoption, the IT Convergence education practice uses an innovative approach for blended learning that ensures user enablement and sustained proficiency.
ANCILE makes ANCILE uPerform®, the learning content creation and distribution solution chosen by over 19 million users and more than 4,400 customers. ANCILE uPerform is a proven enabler within healthcare organizations, helping users go from understanding the concepts to getting help on the job as needed.
Increased User Speed to Proficiency
People Are Talking
“We now have an impactful learning environment to communicate education on various IT systems and changes to our technical infrastructure."
Chief Information Officer
“uPerform allows us to easily create realistic scenarios that mimic the live EHR environment – without the expense of supporting a live environment. We’re able to help our students reinforce textbook theory, while delivering a rich user experience.”
Executive Brand Manager – Health Professions
“To be able to give people a variety of options for accessing education -- small bites that they can get on demand...on our web site or in context sensitive help... is where we get that return on investment."
Education Product Analyst
“The software empowered employees to self-educate on system functionality. Through weekly support spotlights, our employees enjoy the advantage context-sensitive help provides."
Service and Quality Manager
Animal Health International
“In less than 10 weeks, we completed more than 10,000 training events and all our physicians were ready to use the new software upon implementation."
Eddy Stephens Chief Information Officer Infirmary Health