As per the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME®), over 1,700 accredited continuing medical education (CME) providers offered closely 190,000 educational activities in 2019 comprising approximately 1.3 million hours of instruction with healthcare professionals.
FREMONT, CA: Thought Industries, the world's leading B2B customer education and external training platform provider, has declared SonoSim, the world's leading provider of ultrasound education and training, has witnessed a 23 percent increase in B2B program adoption and double-digit growth in market share since using the Thought Industries platform, while also offering leadership in healthcare education during COVID-19.
The platform replaces a conventional LMS at SonoSim to scale online training for medical programs, physicians, and other health care professionals who need to integrate ultrasonography training into their medical education. The training provides professionals with continuing medical education credits (CMEs), which are used to retain a medical license, credentialing, board certification, and membership in professional societies, as well as on-demand mobile access, learning analytics, and interactive learning experiences for this expanding international healthcare technology market.
As per the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME®), over 1,700 accredited continuing medical education (CME) providers offered closely 190,000 educational activities in 2019 comprising approximately 1.3 million hours of instruction with healthcare professionals. The number of activities, hours of instruction as well as interactions with learners has increased, continuing a 10-year trajectory of growth.
A recent recipient of the Thought Industries COGNITION 2020 Customer Award for Best Content Development Extensibility at the time of its virtual customer education event, Nicole Durden, Chief Operating Officer, SonoSim, stated, "The transition to Thought Industries was extremely well-timed, and we are so thankful to be fully switched over to the native platform. As hundreds of medical education programs were racing to figure out what to do with their students who suddenly had no opportunity to practice ultrasound scanning at the bedside during this pandemic, SonoSim was able to deliver a great alternative and our clients have expressed extremely positive feedback on the new customer education platform."
"Healthcare education businesses continue to look for new ways to engage more physicians and advanced care providers regardless of location or language while improving the customer experience," stated Barry Kelly, CEO, Thought Industries. "Helping SonoSim scale its global online learning program by adding a mobile-friendly format, better course analytics, and engaging learning experiences better prepares its customers for integrated didactic, hands-on training and knowledge assessments to grow their ultrasound training business."