careLearning is a nonprofit organization formed more than a decade ago which is owned and operated by more than 40 state hospital associations including NJHA. These associations work in partnership to offer a comprehensive workforce education management solution to member hospitals with an affordable price and convenient online platform.

Over 280 hospitals and healthcare organizations nationally use careLearning for their employee education needs. Virtually all of these organizations offer the On-Line Health and Safety Compliance Training Series to their employees to meet their Joint Commission/OSHA requirements.

careLearning provides:

  • A powerful underlying database which contains data captured from employee education activity. The database resides at the hospital location and not at careLearning.  Participating hospitals maintain ownership and control of this data.
  • Capability to track online activity as well as in-service education sessions.
  • A utility which easily updates the database with changes in payroll so new staff additions and deletions are accurately updated within the database.
  • The ability to develop and publish “private courses” using hospital-specific content. Virtually all participating hospitals utilize this money-saving benefit.  
  • Ready access with no long-term contractual commitments.

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Tue. 2/25

In the rapidly changing payments landscape, does your organization have an up-to-date payment strategy that benefits you and your suppliers?

Join NJHA and CommerceHealthcare® as we examine five key focus areas your organization can use to develop a flexible and comprehensive payment portfolio.

In this session, we’ll review:

  • Guidelines for aligning your payment strategy with key goals

  • Ways to create winning relationships with suppliers

  • Trends and changes in supplier payments and how to leverage them

  • Options for enhancing your current card program to generate additional revenue

  • Tips for partnering with a payments provider

CommerceHealthcare® delivers a fresh perspective on healthcare financial solutions by focusing on receivables, payments and lending.

CommerceHealthcare® develops long-term partnerships with healthcare providers through automated payment products, patient financing and lending solutions. With tailored ROI-based solutions, hospitals can find cost savings, improve cash flow, and optimize revenue and payments.

Learn more about streamlining financial processes without replacing your current payment provider.

Thu. 2/27


Join us for a webinar on the latest evidence-based information for the prevention and management of Venous Thromboembolism (VTE) presented by Dr. Gregory A. Maynard.

Being in the hospital is a major risk factor for the development of venous thromboembolism (VTE). Patients with decreased mobility - due to bedrest or recovery - or who experience blood vessel trauma - due to surgery or other serious injury - are more likely to develop blood clots.

In fact, up to 60 percent of all VTE cases occur during or within 90 days of hospitalization, making it a leading preventable cause of hospital death.

To prevent VTE, hospital staff should evaluate patients for their risk of developing blood clots and use proper prevention and treatment procedures.

Part I - 12/10/19

Join us for a two-part webinar series on the latest evidenced-based information for the management of pediatric sepsis.

The resolution on sepsis by the United Nations World Health Assembly in May 2017 recognizes sepsis as a global threat in adults and children and a priority for the World Health Organization to address during the next decade. This resolution on sepsis acknowledges that sepsis represents a major contributor to childhood morbidity and mortality and the associated economic burden. The United Nations Sustainable Development Goal 3 ( defined specific targets for infections and pandemics.2 Despite the huge burden that sepsis imposes on the health of children,3,4 current definitions of pediatric sepsis are of limited value to bedside clinicians to identify cases of sepsis affecting early identification and treatment. We bring this 2-part webinar series to continue the conversation on how we can improve on identifying, treating, and monitoring the septic child in a timely manner.

JAMA Pediatr. 2018;172(4):313-314. doi:10.1001/jamapediatrics.2017.5208


December 10, 2019