H.Prime 2 and your LMS

H.Prime 2 is not a Learning Management System (LMS), but rather a Requirement and Rotation Management System designed to enhance learning. It can integrate with any LMS and work in parallel by providing a broadened scope of medical education and training for your organisation.

It is distinct by such criteria as:

LMS (Learning Management System) H.Prime 2
An LMS is a course management system mainly designed to cater to the needs of online learning in universities where courses are the central focus. H.Prime 2 is a training & requirement management application specifically designed for hospitals where junior doctors are trained and requirement management for doctors is the central focus. H.Prime 2 works in parallel with an existing LMS.
An LMS is typically an off-the-shelf product not specifically suited for training hospitals and loaded with unnecessary, obfuscating features. H.Prime 2 is specifically designed for hospital training, with only useful features to provide an easy to use, efficient management platform for training.
An LMS uses generic terminology and technical jargon which can easily deviate the focus of administrators and trainees from what they need. H.Prime 2 contains specific terminology used by Australian hospitals so that administrators, trainees and other users can focus on what they need.
An LMS burdens an administrator with too much administrative work to manage courses, activities and users. H.Prime 2 provides powerful, easy administrative functions. For example, hundreds of rotations for hundreds of trainees can be added in a single click using rotation templates.
An LMS has no provision to create and assign requirements of trainees in bulk, forcing the administrator to go to each course and create activities specific for it. H.Prime 2 provides easy requirement management
with advanced automated features: set criteria and apply, and the system will automatically match the criteria and add requirements to trainee portfolios wherever applicable.
An LMS’s resources are managed under each course which is ideal for a university but not for hospital trainees. H.Prime 2’s resources are managed centrally and the respective audience will get the resources automatically on their profile.
An LMS does not have a portfolio where trainees or their supervisor can see every detail and activities by the trainee. H.Prime 2 includes the Trainee Portfolio, where a trainee
or their supervisor can see every detail such as contact information, rotation details, overdue or near-due requirements, learning plan summary, requirements statuses, email communication, other activities, documents and printable/exportable portfolio format.
An LMS has no rostering module to manage shifts for junior doctors. H.Prime 2 includes an integrated comprehensive rostering module to manage shifts for junior doctors.
An LMS is designed by experts who see things as ‘one size fits all’. H.Prime 2 is designed by healthcare industry experts who believe every industry has their own needs.
An LMS has limited page/dashboard panels which limits
the efficiency of users by not grouping important information and tasks.
H.Prime 2 includes action-based dashboard panels which highlights areas where a trainee needs attention, such as forms to submit, new messages received, overdue learning plans, and newly shared resources.

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