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Over the last decade, Dr. Jimenez developed training curriculums impacting over 1/3rd of all US physicians, and physicians in over 1,000 hospitals and clinics have used training software he developed.

"I wrote this pocket-guide because I strongly believe the best way I can contribute to my profession right now, is by continuing to serve as an advocate for my colleagues and challenge the status quo of physician training."

Andres Jimenez MD MSEd MBA MS - CEO, ImplementHIT

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About the Author

 

Dr. Jimenez designed training curriculums impacting 1/3rd of all US Physicians

"Dr. Jimenez' unique background that combines technical, as well as medical and training expertise allowed him to generate innovative new ideas to help us better achieve our implementation goals."

James Lee MD - Chief of Endocrine Surgery, Columbia University

"Dr. Jimenez  understands the intersection of health IT and medical practice, the importance of developing new learning strategies, and how to connect with physicians."

Robert Dowling MD - Chief Medical Officer, Advanced Urology Institute

"Very few people can bring such a well-rounded background across clinical, technical, and training platforms"

Chad Kerr - Senior Manager, Accenture

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Pocket Guide Introduction

 

Medicine today is very different than the time of my father, who graduated medical school in 1955 and practiced until the age of 80.  Physicians who plan on practicing medicine for the next 20 years, have an important role to play as the healthcare industry is transformed. While it may not be in my power to change the direction of healthcare, I have dedicated my career to supporting physician change through training and engagement strategies designed specifically for physicians in practice.  I wrote this pocket-guide because I strongly believe the best way I can contribute to my profession right now, is by continuing to serve as an advocate for my colleagues and challenge the status quo of physician training.

 

Over the past 12 years I have designed training curriculums impacting 1/3rd of all actively practicing US physicians. My foray into online learning began with the department of anatomy during my first year of medical school at Dartmouth (as part of the Dartmouth/Brown medical program).  As online capabilities advanced, I took time off from residency to start an online master’s degree in education, with a focus on Instructional Design for Online learning, followed by an Educational Leadership fellowship at USC School of Medicine. I spent three years with Allscripts (NASDAQ: MDRX) as their Clinical Director of Content and Training before founding ImplementHIT in 2009, a boutique consulting and software firm focused on physician training and engagement.  We developed our own proprietary training software released in 2013, used by physicians in over 1,000 hospitals and clinics throughout North American.  Today we focus on data-driven, large-scale physician engagement and training projects, with some of the largest health systems and vendors in healthcare.

 

The purpose of this pocket-guide

 

  1. Raise awareness on the serious problem with the status quo of physician training that can only be improved if driven from the very top.

  2. Introduce proven strategies to maximize physician training as part of an overall transformative toolkit to drive success on today’s critical initiatives.

 

This book was written to challenge many of the misconceptions surrounding physician training and to equip and encourage CMO/CMIOs to leverage physician training as part of a transformative toolkit.  The focus is on organizational and managerial implications of physician training strategy, including technologies, rather than the technical aspects of creating training.  CMO/CMIOs will complete this book armed with the knowledge and confidence needed to pioneer the successful integration of the latest in physician training strategy and technology into their organization, to drive success on critical initiatives.  The chapters in this book are focused on one of sixteen key questions related to physician training and include a list of relevant steps you can immediately take to begin transforming physician training at your organization.

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Pocket Guide Table of Contents

 

Introduction

Chapter 1: What is wrong with the status quo of physician training?

 

Chapter 2: How exactly does physician training create and capture value for healthcare organizations?

 

Chapter 3: Why a learning and development strategy just for physicians?

 

Chapter 4: What does an effective learning and development strategy for physicians look like?

 

Chapter 5: How is physician engagement for training different than engaging other learners?

 

Chapter 6: Why is “Transfer” perhaps even more important than engagement?

 

Chapter 7: What “Moments of learning need” best support Transfer?

 

Chapter 8: Should physician training be pushed or pulled?

 

Chapter 9: Should physician training be delivered by an instructor or a computer?

 

Chapter 10: Micro-learning, Just-in-time learning, learning while-you-work, what is the difference?

 

Chapter 11: Anywhere, anyplace, anytime, any device?

 

Chapter 12: What is the most effective way to leverage mobile in physician training?

 

Chapter 13: How do peer and progression cues drive physician training completion?

 

Chapter 14: What are the 5-levels to comprehensive physician training evaluation?

 

Chapter 15: How does my organization become a learning healthcare system?

 

Chapter 16: How do I build my own physician training toolkit?

 

 

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