Every day, doctors and medical professionals meet to tackle some biggest challenges in medical education and patient care. Medtrics support their efforts in leading medical education by providing a superior product to replace legacy systems. At the AAMC conference when joined by not only the world's leading medical educators but also the administrators that make it all work, one can not help but feel hopeful for our future. The AAMC staff have taken the reins on future education and standardization for medical schools that have taken part in the Curriculum Inventory Report. We are in full support of AAMC’s efforts and could not be more excited to present our latest solutions.
The foundation that all proper educations start with is a well-mapped curriculum. Our intuitive Curriculum mapping abilities stands as the pillar that all else rests on.
With a properly outlined and researched curriculum, the rest will fall into place. Once implemented, Medtrics also integrates tools to monitor the success of the curriculum. Allowing educators to quickly search, visualize, and manipulate data in Medtrics ensures that a curriculum is not only complete but also improving outcomes for the individual student, in each course, and in each session within that course. The steps it takes from mastering ones curriculum to evaluating the results can only be expressed as “seamless”.
We look forward to continuing our support of great leaders and doctors though the simplicity of our product for years to come.
Here are some of our highlights from the 2019 AAMC Learn, Serve, Lead conference in Phoenix, Arizona:
Join Us at AAMC 2023!
Medtrics will be at the AAMC conference in Seattle. Let's tackle healthcare challenges together, focusing on educator burnout and administrative hurdles in medical education. Share your insights at our booth (#219) through a brief video interview. Your voice can shape a better future for medical education. See you there!
In medical education, virtual and augmented reality (VR and AR) provide innovative experiences for learning. These technologies, such as the Apple Vision Pro headset, improve surgical training and challenging clinical scenarios. While immersive technology improves medical education, further study is needed to assess efficacy and costs.
Medtrics' Academic Progress Dashboard is a tool for tracking student progress in clinical training programs. It gives real-time information about rotation schedules, credit completion, and profession requirements. This tool aids students in planning electives, helps administrators track graduation requirements, and enhances the overall participant experience. Existing Medtrics clients can add this feature easily.