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The Role of Open Source Web Technologies in CME: A case study. Presented by: Jeremy C. Lundberg, DLC Solutions Logan Thomison, OptumHealth Education. Objectives. Create a modular and standards compliant publishing environment for proprietary and partner content

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the role of open source web technologies in cme a case study
The Role of Open Source Web Technologies in CME: A case study

Presented by:

Jeremy C. Lundberg, DLC Solutions

Logan Thomison, OptumHealth Education

objectives
Objectives
  • Create a modular and standards compliant publishing environment for proprietary and partner content
  • Replicate the social and collaborative aspects of live educational activities
  • Reduce the amount of paper, effort, potential errors, and systems associated with participant data gathering
  • Enhance the effectiveness of educational coordinators at 1400 satellite locations
  • Improve the development of Needs Assessment and Educational Outcomes
decision process
Decision Process
  • Defined requirements
  • Evaluated commercial options
    • Traditional course management systems with emerging social features
    • Per seat licensing model and annual fees exceeded budget
  • Evaluated Open Source options
    • Sakai
    • Moodle
  • Determined that additional system was needed to meet requirements
drupal
Drupal

A free, open source content management system (CMS) with modular framework and extensive Web 2.0 capabilities.

From May 2007 to April 2008, Drupal was downloaded over 1.4 million times.

Features

Core Modules

Content Management System

Blogs and Wikis

Forums

Peer-to-peer social networking

Podcasting

Over 2000 Contributed modules

Organic Groups

Views

Content Construction Kit (CCK)

moodle
Moodle
  • Free, open source learning management system:60,000 registered sites with 31 million users in 2.8 million courses in 208 countries (Moodle.org 2009).
  • Features
    • Core Modules
      • Customizable registration
      • Activities
      • Resources
      • Collaborative tools
      • Quizzes
      • Reporting
    • Over 500 Contributed Modules
      • E-Commerce
      • Application Programming Interface (APIs)
the outcome
The Outcome
  • Full-featured, highly customizable e-learning environment.
  • CMS + LMS + Web 2.0 features
  • Streamlined CME administration & delivery workflow.
  • Relatively low cost deployment and maintenance.
  • Consolidation or retirement of multiple legacy system.
  • Scalable to organizational growth and regulatory changes.
  • The Elegance of Drupal Meets the Power of Moodle
features
Features
  • Integrated content & course management tools.
  • Single sign-on integration across Drupal & Moodle
  • Standardized CME workflow.
  • Centralized registration and certificate storage for live & enduring events.
  • Peer-to-peer networking by clinical interests and location.
  • Access to news and non-accredited disease information.
benefits to ohe
Benefitsto OHE
  • Enhanced Needs Assessment process with polling and online communities of practice.
  • Increased reach through social network capabilities
  • Enhanced Educational Outcomes Process
    • Extend the online submission of assessments, evaluations, and application for credit.
    • Regularly schedule follow-up assessments as part of the normal activity workflow.
    • Increased uniformity of participant & outcomes data due to the reduction or elimination of paper based submissions.
    • Streamlined outcomes analysis.
benefits to participants
Benefits to Participants
  • Provide a platform for ongoing professional development via curriculum based learning with feedback
  • Centralized storage of CME history including OHE activities and others
  • Ability to discuss topics with thought leaders and colleagues in disease state forums
  • Access to non certified educational resources and breaking news within a particular disease state
claims data for educational design
Claims Data for Educational Design
  • Cross-reference incidence and mortality data to identify states/regions with poorest patient outcomes
  • Prioritize regions with poorest patients outcomes and largest patient populations
  • Design activities to address the specific needs in these “priority” regions
  • Measure outcomes in regions where education was implemented
future enhancements
Future Enhancements
  • Expansion of online enduring materials.
  • Adopt MedBiquitous standards.
  • Bibliography Module to manage and display lists of scholarly publications.
  • Enhance social network and content personalization capabilities.
  • Integration of social media tools (e.g., Twitter, LinkedIn, Moodle Community Hub).