EMS' Innovative Simulation Technology AdvancesEducation at Grand Valley State University

Exton, PA (PressExposure) February 24, 2011 -- EMS' simulation application will provide a range of benefits to streamline and enhance GVSU's simulation training program from participant, room, and equipment scheduling, to automated notifications of scheduled sessions and lab inventory management. Automated skills evaluation, scoring, and the ability to generate longitudinal reports are seen by faculty as key advantages provided by EMS' software.

GVSU has one of the fastest growing health professions' programs in Michigan (physician assistant, physical therapy, occupational therapy, radiologic & imaging sciences, clinical lab sciences, speech & language pathology, occupational safety & health, therapeutic recreation, and nursing), as well as the highest rank in exam pass rates among its health professional students. High credentialing passing rates set standards of excellence that GVSU looks to maintain and exceed.

"We believe that EMS' simulation management software will enhance GVSU's excellent education by keeping pace with the latest technological advancements in medical simulation and move its health professions education to even higher levels," said Wallace Boeve, Associate Professor & Director, GVSU PA Department.

About Education Management Solutions, Inc.

Education Management Solutions, Inc. (EMS) http://www.EMS-works.com
Medical, nursing, and allied health schools, counseling programs, and hospitals use EMS' Arcadiasuite of products to more efficiently manage clinical simulation centers, effectively evaluatelearner performance, and digitally document simulated events. As the leader in simulationmanagement technology since its founding in 1994, EMS offers complete turnkey solutions thatinclude integrated software and hardware, design and planning, engineering, configuration, andinstallation through training and support.

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Press Release Submitted On: February 24, 2011 at 4:40 am
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