Are you installing a new electronic health record (EHR) system or upgrading an outdated system? In either case, you can’t skip training. EHR training involves planning, preparing, and conducting well-timed, pre-training and post-training activities that contribute to the overall training experience and the success of the new system.
Serious accidents, loss of lives, irreparable damage to both lives and property, expensive litigations, and loss of licenses are all consequences of employees viewing safety training as flippant, farcical, and unimportant. Unless your employees pay attention to safety training, your organization could face one or more of these consequences. To make safety training effective, it must tap into the soul of your employees – not only because it would resonate with them, but because this resonance will lead to retention of important information and the learning of skills, that could one day prevent a terrible incident at the workplace. Videos, unlike other forms of training, can do this successfully. Here are 3 reasons that prove it:
Most organizations take the competencies and confidence levels of their product sales employees quite seriously as they are the makers or breakers of the bottom line. To nurture these qualities, they offer sales representatives product training programs, but at times, do too much and get too little as the training programs are all over the place.
Whether you are installing a new electronic health record (EHR) system in your practice or upgrading an outdated system, you can’t skip training. EHR training is not a one-off event; rather, it involves planning, preparing, and conducting of well-timed, pretraining and post-training activities that contribute to the overall training experience and the success of the new system. Through this blog, I endeavor to give you a brief introduction to each activity and how to make them count in the training process.
What is the biggest problem with pharma sales?
Are you satisfied with your job? If yes, will you still look for another job? I guess not. But, while it seems like most pharmaceutical sales reps are satisfied with their jobs, the attrition rate in this industry is strangely high. It is said that the pharmaceutical marketing industry experiences the greatest global attrition rate of 10-12% per annum.
Many factors are changing the pharmaceutical selling landscape – not only the way healthcare professionals do their jobs, but also the need to align sales training programs with these changes.
In this blog, let us first understand the three key aspects contributing to the transformation of the world of pharmaceutical sales and then see how to design training programs that will help your medical reps succeed.
In recent years, the number of non-Anglophone users of the Internet has grown considerably. A recent study showed that English speakers constitute just 26.3% of the global Internet-using population. As the Internet becomes increasingly multilingual, companies are compelled to translate and localize their online content, and web-based learning materials are no exception.
Good product training provides comprehensive knowledge of a company’s products to help sales teams sell more and increase revenues. It will help your sales force match the benefits of a product and its features with customers’ problems, to close sales deals.
In today’s era, everything online must be short and sweet! How can you imitate these characteristics in your online training, for your sales representatives? The answer is short and simple – microlearning that facilitates training quickly. What makes microlearning so effective for sales training is that it aims to address one learning point at a time, leading to long term retention.
According to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimates, roughly 1 in 6 Americans (48 million people) get sick, 128,000 are hospitalized, and 3,000 die from foodborne diseases, annually.