New Delhi: Healthcare Quality and Research Systems and Laerdal Medical have invested in Medlern, India’s full-stack healthcare training platform, marking a significant shift in healthcare training in the country.
MedLern, a leading healthcare provider in India, provides innovative solutions to over 400 hospitals and one-lakh workers, enhancing nursing, service, patient safety, and experience.
Impelsys, the American Heart Association (Association) and Laerdal have worked closely together for a decade, through a collaboration with Impelsys – MedLern’s parent company.
“HQRS and Laerdal have partnered to provide high-quality training in healthcare settings globally. The collaboration aims to create skilled manpower for India’s diverse demographic, requiring a scalable approach to training. The collaboration aims to make healthcare training affordable and rewarding for hospital leaders in India,” MedLern Co-founder and CEO Deepak Sharma said.
“A small fraction of Indian healthcare professionals receive CPR training, but this is still a significant portion of the country’s healthcare needs. With MedLern’s support, the Indian ecosystem can benefit from evidence-based tools, guidelines, and CME content, potentially saving lives and reducing stroke and heart disease deaths.” Mr. John Meiners, of HQRS and Chief of Mission Aligned Businesses & Healthcare Solutions at the American Heart Association,said
Laerdal is committed to India, serving hospitals, educational institutions, and government entities to help save lives through advancements in resuscitation, patient safety, and quality healthcare. Their strategic investment in MedLern brings scalable solutions to the developing market,” said Laerdal Medical CEO Alf Christian Dybdahl.