“There has been no product that I have seen that comes close to their level of detail [in regards to] medical education and accreditation requirements.” - Maria Danzie, Director of Assessment and Curriculum Delivery, Alabama College of Osteopathic Medicine
DaVinci’s Leo is the industry-leading curriculum management platform that provides outstanding return on investment (ROI) in several ways for our healthcare education partners. Part of that ROI is viewed in the efficiencies Leo creates for your program, allowing your faculty and staff to have more capacity to positively influence student outcomes. Influenced by our team of experienced healthcare educators, Leo was built specifically for your program.
Here’s the kind of ROI that Leo can offer you:
“The curriculum mapping alone is a savior for accreditation.” - Justin Zumwalt, Director of Educational Development, Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences
With the expertise of DaVinci’s long-time healthcare educators, you never have to go it alone - and we aren’t just talking about the “how-to” of using the platform. Our battle-tested accreditation experts provide the guidance needed for site visit success. That’s just the beginning. Our on-going educational support continues to help you maximize your time, supporting your program priorities so you can expand your capacity to positively influence your students.
“Throughout our implementation, I was never left waiting for a response on a critical question. In my experience, this level of devotion to product and client is unheard of at any price point.” - Bob Kennedy, M.Ed., Senior Instructional Designer and Implementation Project Lead, Penn State College of Medicine
How many ed tech tools are you currently using in your program? How do you evaluate the use of these products at your school? Leo can actually help you do that. When creating your courses in Leo, your faculty can tag the teaching methods and ed tech resources they use in every session. In addition to the lists already available in Leo, these tags can be configured to your curriculum with a focus on meeting your program needs. This process creates a resource audit that empowers you to make data-driven decisions on how you spend your departmental budget.