HCI provides advanced Cerner Millennium training and development programs to guide your staff through and beyond your Cerner implementation. Our Cerner trainers engage with providers in a classroom setting initially that is designed to not only meet the requirements that Cerner provides, but builds on that knowledge using trainers with practical experience and years of project proficiency.
Our Cerner trainers come to clients equipped and prepared to handle the most challenging of circumstances. HCI’s methodology is easily transferable as we are able to bring this knowledge directly to your hospital or a local classroom setting in an effort to help develop and train your staff. In order to develop your ongoing knowledge base, our program and trainers incorporate applicable workflow processes within the context of robust Applications training. In addition, our methodology is to use sound teaching/learning theories in addition to the Cerner functionality.
HCI’s training programs are thorough and build Cerner competency using world class trainers and curriculum that will quickly advance their knowledge of not only various Cerner modules but the client’s unique organisational workflow. We will work with you to incorporate your orientation elements and unique organisational workflow.
Not only do our trainers they understand how adults learn, but they bring best-practice tools and methods forward. The HCI Group will be with you every step of the way and provide:
We are ready to support and lead any and all of your Cerner training efforts so that your staff can learn and focus on preparing for the changes during this critical time.
“HCI consultants were very much ‘experts’ in this area, and were very familiar with our software vendor’s application and the ‘softer side’ of managing people through tremendous change.”
– Bill Eubanks, CIO
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