Curriculum Mapping Software For Healthcare Education
Systematically map curriculum objectives across
key competency and core accreditation requirements
Crystalize Healthcare Curriculum for Your Educators
Optimize your healthcare education program with our advanced Curriculum Mapping Software for Healthcare Education. Streamline, organize, and map program and learning objectives effortlessly, aligning target program outcomes with ease. Simplify the tracking of assessment and accreditation requirements within one unified view, ensuring a comprehensive approach to curriculum management.
Centrally Aligned Education
Enjoy a centralized framework, integrated with your curriculum, to manage and track all aspects of learning. Competency™ connects program, course, and learner-level objectives from end-to-end. Stay on top of which objectives are being taught, in which courses, and to which learners.
Full Control of Your Programs
With the Competency Curriculum Mapping Solution, you have full control of your programs. Give administrators and faculty the flexibility they need to collaborate, edit, search, plan, and align outcomes across the full spectrum of the curriculum.
Track, Monitor, and Analyze
Program performance depends on the quality of the data you can excise from your curriculum management tools. Competency's data reporting and analytics features enable educators to track learner performance across the curriculum, monitor assessment accreditation criteria, and analyze risk factors with advanced gap analysis tools.
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Curriculum Mapping Solution - Key Features
"We're able to see with each of the discrete measures how each student is doing. And because we can track that cohort as it's moving through, we're able to find out quickly if we're missing a part of the curriculum that we thought we were teaching, or we thought something was happening at a certain time. If as a cohort the students are performing less, then we know where to go back and make the program more robust or emphasize that teaching."