Woburn, MA – September 23, 2014 – HealthcareSource(R), the leading provider of talent management solutions for the healthcare industry, has released an eLearning course to help nurses earn the prestigious CNOR certification. The ‘Prep for CNOR’ program was developed by the Association of periOperative Registered Nurses (AORN) and is now available in the HealthcareSource eLearning LibrarySM.
‘Prep for CNOR’ is a comprehensive exam preparation program. The course reviews the latest standards and recommended practices of perioperative nursing and provides learners with effective test-taking strategies. ‘Prep for CNOR’ is self-paced and fully web-based. Learners who have successfully completed this online program have a 94% pass rate on the CNOR exam.
This exam preparation program, which offers 40 CNE hours, provides full content review and includes more than 500 test questions in the form of a pretest, practice exams, and “Check Your Understanding” questions, which appear throughout the course to ensure learners fully understand the concepts as they progress through the program. The course also provides learners with access to the current AORN Perioperative Standards and Recommended Practices publication.
“We’re pleased to offer ‘Prep for CNOR’ through our relationship with AORN,” says Michelle Leavitt, Director of eLearning Strategy at HealthcareSource. “Nursing turnover in the perioperative setting is high but this course can be a key part of an organization’s talent development and retention strategy. Organizations can use ‘Prep for CNOR’ to support nurse development while also offering CNOR exam preparation. Additionally, nurses with advanced certifications, like the CNOR certification, demonstrate high levels of competency and are an important component to the Magnet Designation program.”
‘Prep for CNOR’ joins the nearly 50 OR-specific courses in the eLearning Library and is fully integrated on customers’ learning management systems. The eLearning program is the latest addition to the eLearning Library’s exam preparation curriculum and is backed by HealthcareSource’s industry recognized service.
The HealthcareSource eLearning Library, a part of the HealthcareSource Quality Talent Suite℠, contains more than 4,000 courses in continuing education, clinical and non-clinical compliance, coding and reimbursement, and other areas. In addition, the eLearning Library has partnerships with industry-leading organizations, like the AORN, to provide users with access to award-winning, world-class, online education.
With more than 2,300 healthcare clients, HealthcareSource is the leading provider of talent management solutions for the healthcare industry. The HealthcareSource Quality Talent Suite℠ helps healthcare organizations recruit, develop, and retain the best workforce possible in order to improve the patient and resident experience. The company’s cloud-based talent management solutions include applicant tracking, behavioral assessments, reference checking, employee performance, compensation, competency and learning management, and eLearning courseware. A private company focused exclusively on the healthcare industry, HealthcareSource consistently earns high marks for client satisfaction and retention. KLAS Research recently named HealthcareSource a category leader for Talent Management for the third consecutive year, in addition to recognition in Healthcare Informatics 100, Modern Healthcare’s “Healthcare’s Hottest,” Inc. 500|5000, Deloitte Technology Fast 500, and Becker’s “150 Great Places to Work in Healthcare” list. To learn more about the benefits of automated talent management visit: www.healthcaresource.com
About the Association of periOperative Registered Nurses
AORN is a non-profit membership association based in Denver, Colorado that represents the interests of more than 160,000 perioperative nurses by providing nursing education, perioperative practice standards, and clinical and leadership resources–including the peer-reviewed, monthly publication AORN Journal–to enable optimal outcomes for patients undergoing operative and other invasive procedures. AORN’s 45,000 registered nurse members lead, manage, teach, and practice in clinical settings providing perioperative nursing care. Many perioperative nurses are enrolled in continuing nursing education programs, teaching nursing, and many are engaged in perioperative research.