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Kineo help Orion Health launch Orion Health Academy

Kineo Pacific help Orion Health launch Orion Health Academy.

Auckland, 15 March 2012.
An online learning platform for Orion Health’s global staff has just gone live after a successful pilot last month, which saw staff in the company’s California office complete an induction programme.

The successful pilot means the Orion Health Academy will be rolled out to Orion Health’s 13 offices worldwide.

The Academy is a collaboration between Wellington-based e-learning company Kineo Pacific and Orion Health, and is based on Totara learning management system.

Both companies share Kiwi roots in the development of their products. Totara Learning Solutions is based in New Zealand and part-owned by the global Kineo e-learning company.

Linda Smith, Global Education Director for Orion Health said, “The flexibility and cost effectiveness Totara provides makes it the perfect solution to deliver our global training initiatives.”

Nolen Smith, Director of Business Development of Kineo Pacific said the company was very excited that Orion Health, a true Kiwi success story, has chosen to partner with Kineo Pacific to deploy Totara LMS for the Orion Health Academy.

About Orion Health Ltd

Orion Health™ is the leading Health Information Exchange (HIE) and Electronic Health Record (EHR) solution provider with expertise in clinical workflow and integration technology for the healthcare sector. Orion Health’s easy-to-use solutions and applications improve patient care and clinical decision making by enabling the exchange of healthcare information among disparate systems and providing integrated health data in a single, unified view. By extending existing healthcare information systems, the Orion Health™ Rhapsody™ Integration Engine and workflow solutions provide healthcare workers with easy access to patient data and trends, and reduce errors and omissions by streamlining information transfer.

Worldwide, Orion Health has deployed health information communities involving over 35 million patients with hundreds of thousands of active clinical users including Maine’s HealthInfoNet, Alberta Health Services and Spain’s IB Salut. Orion Health has more than 1,000 clients around the world, including Lahey Clinic, Ochsner Health System, US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Spain's IB Salut, and the New Zealand Ministry of Health. Orion Health is a preferred Canada Health Infoway Solution. More information can be found at http://www.orionhealth.com

About Kineo Pacific

Kineo Pacific is a leading e-learning solutions company passionate about learning and technology. We provide complete solutions including consultancy, e-learning content development and learning platforms. We create innovative solutions using open source software such as Totara LMS (a custom distribution of Moodle for corporates), virtual classrooms and blended solutions.
We have the privilege of working in partnership with a wide range of clients such as Tesco, Nikon, BP, ASB, Victim Support, New Zealand Ministry of Health, Canon and many more. Read about our e-learning case studies or browse our wide range of free e-learning resources at www.kineo.com.


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