The demand for Podiatrists is growing rapidly and with it, the demand for successful accredited Podiatric Medicine programs. As the number of Podiatric Medicine students increases, so does the need to implement systems to better track curriculum, learning experiences, and documentation.
eMedley is a cloud-based solution suite that helps Podiatric Medicine Programs manage their day-to-day activities. It provides comprehensive and centralized tools to automate processes related to accreditation, experience tracking, evaluation, and more.
eMedley caters to the specific needs of Podiatric Medicine programs. It is the most comprehensive system that tracks student learning, pre-clinical and clinical experience, and patient assessment.
Track the placement of students into rotations with built in tools for capacity tracking, schedule planning, and an interactive clinical site map.
Ensure that students have all documentation, certifications, and training required before sending them out for clinical experience.
Clinical Site and Preceptor Management
Manage and track information on clinical sites, preceptors, demographics, and documentation requirements.
Students log procedures performed, patient demographics, diagnosis encountered, competencies, and more.
Automatically send performance based evaluations and reminders to preceptors and students driven by the clinical schedule dates.
eCurriculum generates several reports on curriculum coverage and helps map out the program to standards, making it easy to see where improvements can be made to ensure the best possible curriculum is being taught throughout.
Accreditation Support for Site Visits
eCurriculum provides a way to show site visitors documentation on which standards are met, where they are covered in the curriculum, how much of the curriculum is allocated to specific standards, and evidence of how they are being taught and assessed.
Competency Based Assessment
The curriculum and performance suite provides a clear and comprehensive picture of what students learned in the classroom, how effective that learning was, knowledge based performance on tests tied back to the curriculum, and application based performance on competency driven assessments also tied back to the curriculum.