Areas of Expertise
Avidity Medical Design Consultants, LLC specializes in all areas of healthcare instructional design. We design courses for new students as well as working professionals earning new credentials or enhancing their current skill set. We provide the following services:
Instructional Design for Medicine and Healthcare
We develop instruction for anatomy and physiology, medical transcription, medical claims processing, medical coding, healthcare administration, health information management, and healthcare reimbursement strategies. We tailor instruction to your specifications. We offer blended learning, online learning, and traditional classroom course development services. We design instruction according to one or more instructional models, focusing on comprehension, evaluation, analysis, synthesis, and application of the healthcare concepts addressed in each course. Courses are developed using the following instructional design models:
Bloom's Taxonomy of Educational Objectives
The ARCS Model of Motivational Design
Robert Gagne's Principles of Instructional Design
Dick and Carey's Instructional Design Principles
Medical Course Analysis & Recommendations
We review previously developed courses for accuracy with recommendations for revisions, if necessary. We offer solutions that refine your curriculum and optimize the effectiveness of your course objectives. Whether you offer training to healthcare professionals already in the field, or students who are new to healthcare, we analyze your existihg courses and make recommendations that enrich and enhance the quality of your existing curriculum. We review your course content and objectives based on Bloom's hierarchy, as well as other principles of instructional design.
Medical Subject Matter Expertise
We offer consulting services for courses currently under development. We can review healthcare courses completed by your instructional designers for technical accuracy. We review courses in anatomy and physiology, as well as continuing education courses for coders, transcriptionists, claims examiners, nurses, physical therapists, dental assitants, and many other healthcare professionals.