DENVER, Jan. 20, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Medical Simulation Corporation (MSC) will highlight a full menu of simulation-based training solutions for healthcare providers at the 2011 International Meeting on Simulation in Healthcare (IMSH), January 23-25, in New Orleans. MSC's full-service simulation training and education services are designed to strengthen the competence and confidence of all healthcare providers. MSC's complete line of equipment and education programs can be mixed and matched to meet unique needs. MSC will be featuring the following programs at IMSH booth #407:SimSuite Endovascular Programs Simantha®, MSC's endovascular simulation system, features sophisticated, reliable technology and a cognitive approach to patient care for all members of interventional lab teams. Training curriculum includes Cardiology, Peripheral Vascular and Neurology programs. SimSuite Quality Initiative ProgramsSimSuite Quality Initiative Programs, presented on Laerdal simulators, help healthcare organizations bridge the gap between measurement and achievement of nationally-reported patient safety and quality benchmarks. Programs include Decompensated Heart Failure, Sepsis, Stroke, Central Line Management, Door-to-Balloon Time, Ventilator-Associated Pneumonia and Moderate Sedation. SimSuite Spinal Cord Stimulation Simulation ProgramsMSC's Spinal Cord Stimulation system and Neurostimulation course presents healthcare providers with a risk-free environment in which to advance their skills and cognitive decision making abilities, from needle insertion to manipulation of leads to mapping for optimal clinical management of nerve-related conditions. MSC is pleased to announce that it has entered a partnership with HealthStream for distribution of SimSuite online courseware. As the leader in hospital-based online healthcare education, HealthStream delivers outcomes-based training results to organizations through learning solutions used by over two million healthcare pro
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