4 Keys To Implementing The Right Training Program

4 Keys To Implementing The Right Training Program

Whether you are a large corporation or you own a small business, making sure your employees are equipped with the tools they need to do their job is extremely important. Sir Richard Branson’s famous quote “A company’s employees are its greatest asset and your people are your product” can only be true if your employees know exactly what they should do, how to do it and why.  That’s where training comes in!  But how do you implement a quality training program without breaking the bank? We’re here to answer this question. 1. Just Do It!…but not by yourself Drawing up a training program from scratch can be a nightmare. However, more often than not this cumbersome task is assigned to a resource in-house who works on it when they have spare time…which is almost never.  As a result, employees aren’t properly trained.  This leads to mistakes, low productivity, lost customers …

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Ebix’s Life Sciences Division Wins A Digital Health Award

Digital Health Awards

JOHNS CREEK, GA – July 21, 2016 – Ebix, Inc., a leading international supplier of on-demand software and e-commerce services to the insurance, financial and healthcare industries, announced today that its Life Sciences division creative work has won a Digital Health Award in 2016. Ebix Life Sciences was recognized with a Bronze award for its e-learning tool built for Allergan, one of the leaders in the pharmaceutical industry. The Company announced that the Health Information Resource Center, (HIRC), awarded Allergan’s Facial Anatomy E-Learning Tool with a Digital Health Award.  Ebix’s Life Sciences division, in partnership with Allergan, built the Facial Anatomy e-learning training tool for doctors.  The tool helps physicians better understand facial muscles, bone structure and insertion techniques. Now in its 18th year, the goal of the Digital Health Awards is to recognize high-quality digital health resources for consumers and health professionals.  The awards program is organized by HIRC, a clearinghouse …

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Can Blood Tests Accurately & Quickly Diagnose Concussions?

Blood Tests To Accurately & Quickly Diagnose Concussions

The brain’s soft, sensitive tissues float in a cushioning fluid, protected inside the hard and sturdy skull. However, a swift blow to the head or violent shaking of the body can over-ride the skull’s protection and lead to the usually mild type of brain injury known as a concussion. The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) notes that each year about 1.7 million children and adults in the U.S. suffer traumatic brain injuries (TBI) — and the vast majority of these TBIs are concussions. “Although concussions are considered to be a mild brain injury, they need to be taken seriously. They should not be treated as minor injuries that quickly resolve,” Dr. Beth Ansel, an expert on rehabilitation research at the National Institutes of Health (NIH), said in a media statement. While it is true that with proper care, which consists primarily of rest, most people fully recover after suffering a …

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Prepping For Baby: The Essentials You Need

Baby season is upon us! The most births occur in the Spring and Summer each year, so as you begin to get ready for your baby to come home, there are a few essential items that you’ll want to make sure you have. Many of these items are great additions to your registry as baby shower gifts. The more you plan ahead, the more relaxed and ready you’ll be when you bring your baby home. Crib (it should meet crib safety standards): Sheets (3-4 sets). Flannel sheets are nice in the wintertime. Noise machine. There should be no loose toys that can strangle the baby or pillows/soft bedding that can suffocate the baby. Do not install loose or fluffy bumper pads. Make sure everything in the crib is age-appropriate. Changing Table Supplies: Diapers — plenty of them (8-10 per day). Baby wipes — unscented, alcohol free (don’t get too many because some babies …

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