We are pleased to announce that Decision Critical has been acquired by Nashville-based HealthStream, Inc. For more details on the acquisition please see the official press release.
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Decision Critical press releases.
Decision Critical, Inc., the leading provider of web-enabled competency management systems to healthcare organizations across the US, announced today that it has formed a strategic relationship with Bluedrop Performance Learning Inc. (TSX-V: BPL). Specifically, the product at the center of this agreement is the CoursePark® Healthcare Solution – which includes a comprehensive library of compliance [...]
Chase Smith, student nurse at the University of San Francisco, is been selected as the recipient of the 2012 Decision Critical Nursing Student Excellence Scholarship. This $1200 scholarship administered though the Foundation of the National Student Nurses’ Association will assist Chase in his journey to become a registered nurse. “Decision Critical is proud to recognize [...]
Decision Critical is proud to welcome Bob Bacon to the management team as the Vice President of Business Development.
Bob brings more than 25 years of sales and business development experience to Decision Critical. He has successfully led sales and marketing teams and has taken the lead in several public offerings and merger transactions. Bob’s work [...]
International Nursing Honor Society selects Decision Critical Founder & CEO to serve on Foundation Board
The International Honor Society of Nursing, Sigma Theta Tau, has selected Decision Critical’s Founder & CEO, Dr. Kenneth Dion, to serve as a trustee on their Foundation Board.
“The Sigma Theta Tau International Foundation board of directors are entrusted with protecting the Foundation’s assets and actively raising support for research grants and professional development resources that [...]
Dr. Kenneth Dion was inducted into the University of Central Florida (UCF) Knightingale Nursing Society. The Knightingale Society recognizes a special group of individuals that have shown a strong commitment to nursing through their personal dedication and involvement. Dr. Dion and Decision Critical have been strong supporters over the years of nursing and the quality [...]
St. Francis Medical Center in Monroe, Louisiana, and part of the Franciscan Missionaries is the latest medical facility to roll out the learning management system from Decision Critical. The LMS tools are part of the competency management suite from Decision Critical providing healthcare facilities of all the sizes the capacity to improve the quality of [...]
Decision Critical, Inc.(DCI), developer of software as a service tools allowing healthcare organizations to manage and improve the competency of their staff, was awarded patent protection for key components of their solution. US Patent number 7,917,417 covers the functionality found within the company’s Critical Portfolio product for healthcare professionals allowing them to set up, manage [...]
If you are a nurse executive attending this year’s annual conference of the The Texas Organization of Nurse Executives (TONE), be sure to come by and talk with the Texas based Decision Critical founder and CEO, Kenneth Dion RN, MBA, PhD. Kenneth is an expert on competency management for your nursing staff.
Midland Memorial Hospital is the latest healthcare organization to make the move to the Decision Critical, Inc (DCI) suite of online tools in an effort to better manage the proficiency of their nursing staff. As more hospitals start to look at how they can transform themselves with an emphasis on delivering a higher quality of care to their patients, they are looking to Decision Critical for assistance in helping to train, evaluate and assess their teams. The tools offered by the company let hospitals keep the training of their nursing staff up to date and their facility in compliance. A key benefit cited by Midland is that the DCI tools help in dramatically reducing the time and resources it takes to generate their regular reporting requirements for their Magnet designation. Something which often requires a full time resource months to compile in order for the hospital keep the designation.