Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy, also known as HCM, is one of the most common genetic cardiovascular diseases,
and it is often misdiagnosed, leading to delays in patient care. This non-profit organization recently partnered
with a biological research company to update the diagnosis and treatment guidelines. The updated procedures aim to
eliminate these barriers and streamline the diagnostic journey for patients, ensuring timely and accurate diagnosis.
They needed an updated training program that would help them address the challenges they were facing including:
This leader in cardiovascular care collaborated with Infopro Learning to develop a self-paced experiential
learning program to teach clinicians and care teams the updated HCM guidelines.
The self-paced HCM program exemplifies how innovative solutions can effectively link guideline updates
with clinical practice. Its unique approach was designed to provide a comprehensive education that accommodates all learning styles and increases learner engagement.
The result was the increased adoption of the new HCM guidelines, significantly improving patient outcomes.
Learning Architect at the American
College of Cardiology(ACC)
Infopro Learning collaborated with clinical experts to create a comprehensive learning strategy to expedite the adoption of the new guidelines.
Infopro Learning created customized content to engage learners across various proficiency levels. Each concept was broken down into individual modules to prevent information overload.
The Infopro Learning team created a versatile digital program that was accessible through an online learning portal and a learning app.
Best Advance in Competencies and Skill Development
Best Unique or Innovative Learning and Development Program
Best Advance in Custom Content
Best Results of a Learning Program
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