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Absorb LMS

Absorb is a cloud-based learning management system (LMS) engineered to drive business productivity and deliver a top-tier learner and admin experience. Absorb LMS is a powerful and flexible software that allows its customers to fi...Read more about Absorb LMS

4.5 (230 reviews)

60 recommendations

Trakstar Learn

Skip the classroom, train anywhere. Trakstar Learn's cloud-based e-learning platform provides a simple, training solution for employees working from home, in the office, or in the field. We make it easier for business leaders to e...Read more about Trakstar Learn

4.2 (105 reviews)

49 recommendations

SmarterU LMS

SmarterU is a cloud-based training course design and learning management system (LMS) for organizations of all sizes. The solution offers a wide library of video courses which can be used to train professionals in multiple sectors...Read more about SmarterU LMS

4.8 (33 reviews)

43 recommendations


eLearning Cloud is a cloud-based learning management solution (LMS) from VAIRKKO that enables organizations to provide training to their employees. The solution allows users to distribute learning content to company employees, cre...Read more about VAIRKKO Suite

4.6 (125 reviews)

31 recommendations

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360Learning is a Collaborative LMS tool. The platform helps users to author and conduct interactive learning experiences so learners can practice, demonstrate, and repeat until they master the skill. 360Learning helps teams auto...Read more about 360Learning

4.6 (348 reviews)

29 recommendations


SkyPrep LMS is a cloud-based learning management solution that offers a platform to training administrators for creating, managing and selling training courses. Key features include custom branding, automated learner enrollment an...Read more about SkyPrep

4.8 (148 reviews)

26 recommendations

Kallidus Learn

Kallidus Learn is a cloud-based learning management system (LMS) featuring certification and compliance management, a built-in course library and SCORM compliance. The system is suitable for large and midsize organizations in a va...Read more about Kallidus Learn

4.3 (62 reviews)

23 recommendations


Docebo scales from 500 learners to thousands without skipping a beat - from content creation, management, delivery, through to measuring the business impact of their programs. ...Read more about Docebo

4.3 (168 reviews)

21 recommendations


At LearnUpon LMS we’re on a mission to help you unlock the power of learning. Combining our award winning LMS and our industry-leading Customer Experience team, we pride ourselves on being a trusted partner to over 1,300 businesse...Read more about LearnUpon

4.8 (87 reviews)

19 recommendations


OpenSesame is an elearning course provider that offers more than 20,000 courses covering business skills, safety, compliance, technology, industry-specific and certifications, and it is suitable for the training needs of organizat...Read more about OpenSesame

4.0 (26 reviews)

14 recommendations

Cornerstone LMS

Cornerstone Learning helps you provide a connected learning and growth experience for your people. Create a personalized development and growth experience that inspires people and accelerates transformation. Get a solution designe...Read more about Cornerstone LMS

4.3 (221 reviews)

13 recommendations


Litmos develops eLearning solutions for top-performing companies. An established leader in the market since 2007, Litmos offers the world’s easiest-to-use LMS and a comprehensive learning content library. Thousands of companies tr...Read more about Litmos

4.2 (277 reviews)

10 recommendations


iTacit is a workforce app designed to simplify communication and improve engagement between employers and teams. This solution is suitable for organizations in various industries including healthcare, government, banking, manufact...Read more about iTacit

4.6 (35 reviews)

9 recommendations


D2L, the leading learning experience platform for companies and education, we help organizations around the world create experience-rich learning programs and drive business outcomes through learning. D2L has been delivering high-...Read more about Brightspace

4.3 (208 reviews)

7 recommendations


ExpertusONE is transforming how today’s companies train their employees and how learning resources are found, shared, tracked, collaborated on, and retained. Headquartered in Silicon Valley, ExpertusONE is a leading global enterpr...Read more about ExpertusONE

4.1 (8 reviews)

7 recommendations

Relias Healthcare LMS

Relias LMS is a cloud-based solution that helps small to large businesses manage and streamline learning and compliance needs of employees. The centralized platform enables users to develop and deploy training programs for selecte...Read more about Relias Healthcare LMS

3.8 (50 reviews)

5 recommendations

Adobe Learning Manager

Adobe Learning Manager an award-winning cloud-based learning management system (LMS) that addresses personalized learning experiences at scale for customers, partners and employees alike. Learning Manager is a headless learning ...Read more about Adobe Learning Manager

4.3 (669 reviews)

2 recommendations


Meet TalentCards, the mobile learning app that puts training in the palm of your people’s hands, no matter where they are in the world. Unlike traditional LMSs and training software, TalentCards is designed for mobile, frontline, ...Read more about TalentCards

4.6 (22 reviews)

1 recommendations

Meridian LMS

Powering progress with compliance training, branded and blended learning environments, and eCommerce solutions. Meridian Learning Management System (LMS) addresses complex learning challenges for customers such as the U.S. Army, U...Read more about Meridian LMS

4.2 (9 reviews)

1 recommendations

SyberWorks Training Center

Syberworks is a hybrid learning management (LMS) solution that caters to small and midsize businesses across industries such as medical products, manufacturing and pharmaceuticals. The solution helps businesses to deliver and mana...Read more about SyberWorks Training Center

4.7 (3 reviews)

1 recommendations

Buyers Guide

Last Updated: March 16, 2023

If you're in the healthcare industry, you know that its processes and standards are detailed (sometimes nuanced) and they evolve regularly. And, if you run your own practice, you'll agree that occasionally taking physicians and staff off work to train them on the nuances and changes is vital for your business.

Regulations such as the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) stipulate all health care practices follow proper and up-to-date clinical guidelines and best practices.

However, selecting one healthcare learning management system (LMS) from among hundreds on the market can be overwhelming. That's why we've created this Buyer's Guide to detail everything you need to know before making the final purchase decision.

Here's what we'll cover:

What Is Healthcare LMS Software?

Common Features of Healthcare LMS Software

What Type of Buyer Are You?

Benefits of Healthcare LMS Software

Key Considerations

What Is Healthcare LMS Software?

Healthcare LMSs are software platforms designed to help medical practices manage their online learning programs, without removing them from their core responsibility (i.e., patient care) for too long. The software allows users to build relevant training modules for internal use by physicians and other medical staff.

Administrators can create course catalogs, schedule and assign courses and track course completion status. Physicians and other staff can view their course catalog, enroll or cancel a course offering and launch e-learning modules.


Track course completion status in Docebo LMS software

Common Features of Healthcare LMS Software

Vendors offer a variety of functionalities in their healthcare LMS solutions. However, most offer some or all of the following capabilities:

Compliance and certification management

Allows small practices to track the learning requirements and compliance of physicians and staff. Administrators can set up, track and manage certification programs.

Learning management

Allows users to organize and simplify training or learning modules based on their specific learning requirements. Includes processes such as managing user details, scheduling and tracking course enrollment, distributing content, tracking course completion status etc.

Content authoring

Allows users to build courses using in-house generated content.


Allows users to collaborate, learn and share insights and knowledge by hosting webinars and supporting the learning objectives of peers.

Mobile learning

Allows users to access the software and complete courses on mobile devices, such as phones or tablets.

Social learning

Allows users to utilize features such as live chat, content ratings, course sharing and commenting, course discussions, email and text notifications and individual learner blogs to interact with one another within the LMS.

To further understand these features and learn about LMS vendors, call our advisors at 855-998-8505 for free, no-obligation help. They'll help you narrow down your options by listening to your requirements and recommending the best-suited solutions for your practice.

What Type of Buyer Are You?

Before you start evaluating healthcare LMS software options, you'll want to know what buyer category you belong to. Most buyers will fall into one of the below categories:

  • Solo physicians: These buyers have simple requirements and are mainly looking to keep up with the latest health management techniques and compliance regulations. Due to relatively smaller budgets, they should start with a best-of-breed solution offering functions such as compliance and certification and learning management.

  • Small practices (three to five physicians): These buyers have relatively more medical staff. As a result, they may require additional features such as content authoring and videoconferencing, based on specific learning and collaboration needs.

  • Medium and large practices (more than five physicians): These buyers typically need a complete healthcare LMS suite. They need a single system that controls all their learning, development and compliance needs. They will likely prefer a system that centralizes all information and may even integrate with their other existing systems, such as their electronic medical records (EMR) software.

Benefits of Healthcare LMS Software

While some of the benefits of healthcare LMS software should be clear from our discussion above, we've called out the most notable ones below:

  • Better learning and development management: A medical practice's most important assets are its physicians and medical staff. The quality of patient care depends on the physician's knowledge and the staff's expertise. Healthcare LMS systems help physicians and medical staff to constantly develop their knowledge and skills, leading to better patient care.

  • Quick deployment of the latest training material: New clinical research and technological advancements are changing healthcare procedures, best practices and regulations frequently. To stay updated, healthcare courses and training materials need regular updates. Healthcare LMS system helps medical practices achieve this task.

Key Considerations

Here are some important questions to consider before you purchase health care LMS software:

  • Is the software scalable? Ask your shortlisted vendors about the scalability of their products. Scalability becomes essential as your practice grows, and the software should be able to handle your expanding needs. For instance, if you plan to hire more physicians and staff in future, the software must be able to handle additional users and the increased amount of data/content, as well as align specialty-specific users with relevant content.

  • Does the vendor offer customer support? Find out whether the vendor offers support 24/7, only during business hours or not at all. In addition, ask about available support options, such as email, phone or live chat. As you're mostly busy providing patient care, you won't have much time to go through LMS software user manuals to solve your technical queries. So, efficient customer support is critical.