A large regional healthcare system was faced with scheduling and cost difficulties with its staff CPR and first aid training. With tight time schedules in the emergency rooms and other departments, taking time out to fulfill state- and federal-mandated training needed
to be efficient and easily accessible.
In this case study from American Safety & Health Institute (ASHI)
learn how this healthcare system quickly implemented an ASHI emergency care program to deliver CPR and first aid training, while saving $2 million per year and providing a better training experience for its staff.
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