Storyvine Announces a Partnership with The Academy for Continued Healthcare Learning
Updated: May 13
Launches First CME Activity Utilizing Storyvine to Generate Authentic Patient User Videos
DENVER – May 4, 2021 – Storyvine, Inc., a leading pro user-generated video platform, announced today the launch of their first continuing medical education (CME) in partnership with The Academy for Continued Healthcare Learning (ACHL), an independently owned and operated full service medical education company that has been developing certified healthcare education for nearly twenty years. ACHL is accredited to provide continuing education programs for physicians, pharmacists, nurses, case managers and dietitians.
“As we continue to build out innovative and cost-effective CME activities, we are pleased to partner with Storyvine to feature authentic patient video use cases to strengthen the effectiveness and real-life learnings for our physician learners,” stated Lisa Keckich, Executive Director for ACHL. “The demand for engaging video creation increases each year and our constituents will benefit from the ease and cost effectiveness of video creation via the Storyvine platform.”
Storyvine VideoGuide templates simplify video creation by guiding CME providers through a series of step-by-step, prompted questions. Once the responses are filmed, users upload the video, and it goes through an “Automagically” edit process that results in a branded video in less than five minutes. The Storyvine Video Management System allows HCPs or patients to film anywhere from a smartphone and produces a professional-looking video that can be downloaded and shared across content learning platforms.
According to Don Young, Storyvine GM Healthcare, one of the first opportunities he saw when he joined Storyvine was with CME providers. “CME is a natural extension of our work in healthcare. CME providers, like all our constituents in healthcare, are looking for ways for patients and HCP’s to create authentic, compliant and cost-effective video that enhances the user experience, in this case to make clinical stories come alive.”
The Stroyvine platform allows CME professionals to use their iOS or Android smartphone to create unlimited videos, including:
● Patient Testimonials: Easily create a patient video to help your HCPs better understand their medical history and provide real-life case studies
● HCP Insights or Commentary: Create a simple video overview of HCP clinical insights
● “Real time” event or meeting updates: Allow attendees and faculty easily share their experience from any live or virtual event
● Training Videos: Easily create training video while still maintain human authenticity
Our CME video creation offers unlimited videos, provider branding, pre-built video templates, access to two program managers and up to 50 story makers a month, as well as the ability to publish to YouTube automatically. To learn more, please contact email@example.com
The Academy for Continued Healthcare Learning (ACHL) is an independently owned and operated full service medical education company that has been developing certified healthcare education for nearly twenty years.
Headquartered in Chicago, Illinois, and supported by a staff of twenty full-time employees, ACHL actively engages and collaborates with diverse stakeholders in healthcare to improve the quality of care by developing comprehensive educational strategies reflective of the multifaceted and globally diverse healthcare environment. Through this collaborative model, we seek to transform the reach and redefine the value of IME. For more, visit www.achleducation.com
Storyvine is a Denver-based pro user-generated video platform company that helps clients create and manage short form, guided videos using nothing more than a phone and Storyvine’s Video Management platform. Founded in 2012, Storyvine’s clients include multi-nationals, corporate marketing and communications, advocacy and non-profit groups, among others, that want to use video to simplify storytelling to move the business forward. Storyvine combines distributed capture, asset management and fully automated video editing, to allow clients to capture, produce and share the insights, knowledge, and stories that define their brand.