Amplifire’s learning platform
makes hospitals smarter and safer

The goal is zero Confidently Held Misinformation

Reduce risk of medical error

Confidence based learning in the Amplifire platform helps hospitals beat America’s third leading cause of death and injury—medical error. Confidence is the mental state that leads to decision making in the brain and outcomes in the world—both good and bad. Amplifire finds and fixes the confidently held misinformation that is implicated in 50% of medical error cases.

Less variation = better outcomes

Variations in clinical practice undermine the goal of delivering the best patient outcomes at the best value. Johns Hopkins’ quality and safety pioneer Marty Makary, MD notes that, “Unwarranted variation is endemic in healthcare.” Variation occurs when confidently held misinformation about best practices develops, unnoticed, in the mind over time. With Amplifire’s confidence based learning, clinicians are more likely to consistently make the most accurate decisions for their patients.

Substantial return on investment

Data from the Joint Commission and AHRQ shows that knowledge issues are a primary root cause in more than half of all adverse events. Each adverse event costs hospitals thousands of dollars, so reducing their occurrence generates a robust ROI. If you eliminate the confidently held misinformation that feeds the root cause, the risk of adverse incidents drops. Amplifire is just the tool to correct this confidently held misinformation.

Confident and accurate knowledge

A pattern of neurons in the brain generates your certainty. Certainty manifests in yours consciousness as a feeling that you should proceed, hesitate, or stop. This is the feeling that leads to actions and outcomes in the world. In a confidence based learning platform like Amplifire, confidence becomes aligned with accurate knowledge, resulting in optimal decisions and high-quality care.

In half the training time

The software algorithms in the Amplifire learning platform adapt to each clinician’s existing knowledge. The system knows to move quickly through knowledge that is already known and spend time on knowledge gaps. Two benefits flow from this personalization. First, clinicians are not bored. They are alert to the challenge of fixing their uncertainty and misinformation. Second, they finish learning in half the time of conventional methods because the system adapts to their existing knowledge. This cuts in half non-productive education time.

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