What Does Competency-Based Learning in Healthcare Look Like?

To ensure the efficiency of their manufacturing processes, Toyota developed a “just-in-time”  concept, ensuring that they only make what is needed, avoiding wasted resources, investments, and materials. While the world of auto-mechanics may greatly differ from the healthcare sector, this concept of allocating only the necessary resources - nothing more, nothing less - can apply to healthcare training landscape as well. Healthcare professionals work in a fast-paced, time-sensitive environment, meaning that they have no time to waste on anything that is not of immediate importance, or directly impacting their ability to carry out their patient-related work. This is where the “just-in-time” concept comes into play - just replace manufacturing materials with training information.

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