Targeted Healthcare Ed: A Road to the Middle Class
This panel explores how innovation in healthcare college education can change the economic trajectory of socioeconomically disadvantaged families caught in the skills gap. Success can be achieved through technology and proactive student support while offering flexible methods of delivery options that work within the life requirements of the student. This adds stability and leads to above average student outcomes including retention, satisfaction, certification and career placement.
- Showcase education models that include flexibility with accountability, such as blended delivery and online delivery with clinical bootcamps.
- Identify the “tech and talk” model of proactive student support – a combination of targeted reporting coupled with human interaction.
- Discuss how technology, support and soft skill training produce enhanced student outcomes: retention, certification, satisfaction, career placement.
- Ann Eady, Director of Academic Affairs, The College of Health Care Professions
- Veronica Stidvent, President / Founder, CEA Consulting, LLC
- Eric Bing, Chief Executive Officer / Founder, The College of Health Care Professions / Omniscient Education Services
- Marty Lange, Vice President of Product Management, McGraw-Hill
Ann Eady, Dir of Academic Affairs, The College of Health Care Professions
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