• 24 Oct, 2016
  • Consulting, Non-Profit, Learning Platform

Project Description

Talance helped the Washington Association of Community and Migrant Health Centers by creating a custom learning platform to host the online Registered Medical Assistant Training Program and also to build the training in an online format.

the Washington Association of Community and Migrant Health Centers

The Registered Medical Assistant Training Program developed by the Washington Association of Community and Migrant Health Centers (WACMHC) provides an alternative route for qualified training within a changing healthcare delivery system. The intent is to provide education and training for occupations in the health care field that pay well and are expected to either experience labor shortages or be in high demand.


  • 24 Oct, 2016
  • Consulting, Content Customization, Government, Learning Platform

Project Description

The patient navigator online training program at Massachusetts Department of Public Health builds knowledge, skills and confidence in the core and health specific competencies. The hybrid training program is a sustainable option for providing the necessary cost- and time-efficient formal training for patient navigators around the state. Read more about this project from Talance, Inc.

The patient navigator online training program at Massachusetts Department of Public Health builds knowledge, skills and confidence in the core and health specific competencies. The hybrid training program is a sustainable option for providing the necessary cost- and time-efficient formal training for patient navigators around the state. Read more about this project from Talance, Inc.

Massachusetts Department of Public Health’s Women’s Health Network Training


  • 26 Aug, 2016
  • Consulting, Content Customization, Government, Non-Profit, Learning Platform

Project Description

One of the biggest challenges for Maine-based clinics wasn’t reaching at-risk patients, it was knowing how to train the people who could. This story shows how Maine Primary Care Association found a hidden solution to health equity through patient navigation.

Maine Primary Care Association Patient Navigator Training

One of the biggest challenges for Maine-based clinics wasn’t reaching at-risk patients, it was knowing how to train the people who could.


  • 07 Jun, 2016
  • Consulting, Content Customization, Non-Profit, Learning Platform

Project Description

The patient navigator online training program at Ohio’s Susan G. Komen Columbus improves the quality of care for women receiving abnormal screening results with 100 percent satisfaction for participants. The organization’s ultimate goal is to reduce the number of women who fail to follow-up on treatment and improve outcomes. Read more about this project from Talance, Inc.

Susan G. Komen Online Training Program for Patient Navigators

Timing is everything when it comes to breast cancer. Early screening and detection can save a life. Dealing with a diagnosis requires knowing what to expect and when. Daily duties mean keeping up with appointments and following a treatment schedule. All of it requires being on top of the disease in order to improve the chances of overcoming it.


  • 08 Jan, 2016
  • Consulting, Content Customization, Government, Learning Platform, Websites

Project Description

The Office of Healthy Communities at the Washington State Department of Health has recruited Talance, Inc., to create learner-focused efforts to establish a state-wide presence in a short time frame. The outcomes include nurturing incredibly strong relationships with participants and partners. Read how they train 500 community health workers, advocates, and case managers per year.

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Washington State Department of Health Community Health Worker Training

Training requirements: core skills, behavioral health, asthma, custom curriculum

The Office of Healthy Communities in the Washington State Department of Health faced a daunting task: create a program from scratch to train up to 500 community health workers a year across the state to meet recommendations from the Affordable Care Act and the Centers for Disease Control.