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Healthcare Professionals Can Earn Continuing Education Credits with New Online Learning Platform

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Appleton, Wis. 3/18/2021 – Catalysis, Inc. has launched a new on-demand learning platform designed to help healthcare professionals create a culture of continuous improvement. Some courses are approved for continuing education credits. The types of continuing education (CE) credit available are:
  • Continuing Medical Education (CME)
  • Nursing Continuing Professional Development contact hours
  • American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE) credit
  • A CME attendance certificate is also available to learners who would like documentation of course completion.
Upon completion of any Catalysis Academy course learners will receive a certificate of completion. Some licensing Boards and certifying agencies may accept completion certificates toward their specific professional education requirements. Courses are broken down into chapters and lessons that include video lessons, assignments, and downloadable templates. “We offer a series of learning activities that keeps you focused on the next goal that you have to achieve while learning something new,” John Toussaint, MD, founder and Executive Chairman of the Board, Catalysis. “This online format gives people the opportunity to go and practice, to share what they are learning, and gain confidence in trying something a different way,” Kim Barnas, CEO of Catalysis Visit createvalue.org/catalysis-academy/ to enroll. About Catalysis Catalysis inspires healthcare leaders and accelerates change. Our goal is to build a global learning system based on new knowledge generated through linkages with healthcare leaders and researchers around the world. We share this knowledge openly with leaders; helping them transform their organizations to a culture of improvement, delivering continually higher value outcomes for patients, staff, and communities. Learn more at: createvalue.org.    

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