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EdCast Launches AI-Powered Open Skills Platform to Drive Reskilling in the Future of Work

“The HR and learning platforms of the future must embrace multiple skills models and create dynamic skills ontologies,” said Josh Bersin, global industry analyst and dean of the Josh Bersin Academy. “EdCast’s Open Skills Cloud announcement is a great example of this.”

MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. (PRWEB) February 13, 2020
At Learning Technologies 2020 conference in London, EdCast announced today that it has extended its Open Skills Cloud to leading HR systems used by G2000 companies. The Knowledge Cloud by EdCast, the category-defining leader in AI-powered personalized learning and knowledge management, now allows the largest enterprise learning content library–with millions of pieces of content curated weekly–to work with all open skills libraries with custom skills taxonomies for enterprises.
EdCast’s offering features a highly extensible taxonomy for managing roles and skills across industries and offers AI-powered, curated and updated ontologies for every skill node, which is critical as work and jobs change in the short- and long-run. EdCast’s Skills Cloud automatically matches new and changing skills to its Knowledge Cloud global content library of more than 50 million items. The Knowledge Cloud’s assessment and inferencing tools also allow users to assess their needs and their employees’ skills and capabilities in real-time, helping perfect the Skills Cloud and make the platform even more valuable.
The set of open skills libraries and taxonomies that EdCast’s Skills Cloud now embraces include:
–O*NET hard and soft skills, covering the Department of Labor’s standard database of skills
–Multiple proprietary vertical taxonomies of domain-specific skills such as high-tech, science, healthcare and others
–Multiple nationwide open skills libraries, including those gained through partnerships with NASSCOM in India and the French Ministry of Labor in France
–The ability to augment its standard taxonomy–upfront or as work and jobs change over time–with enterprise-specific skills taxonomies into one unified skills cloud
“Organizations around the world are all looking for new ways to understand their existing skills and capability gaps,” said Josh Bersin, global industry analyst and dean of the Josh Bersin Academy. “Therefore, the HR and learning platforms of the future must embrace multiple skills models and create dynamic skills ontologies. EdCast’s Open Skills Cloud announcement is a great example of this.”
“Beginning with our acquisition of AI technology platform company Sociative, EdCast has accumulated over 10 years of metadata processing of content, topics, skills, roles and industries, and we have fully integrated it with our Knowledge Cloud,” said Karl Mehta, CEO and Founder of EdCast. “We now leverage and ingest skills data from numerous existing skills assessment platforms, enabling companies to automatically organize information–including employee skills, job history, training history, personal skills development goals–in bringing the most valuable cross-industry Skills Cloud to the enterprise market.”
For more details on EdCast’s Knowledge Cloud and Skills Cloud solutions, stop by EdCast’s booth (Booth C05) at Learning Technologies 2020 conference in London. For more information on EdCast, visit https://www.edcast.com/ or email us at marketing@edcast.com.
About EdCast
EdCast is the AI-Powered Knowledge Cloud solution for unified discovery, personalized learning and knowledge management across the enterprise. Its award-winning platform is used internationally by Global 2000 companies and large government organizations, including NASSCOM and World Economic Forum, to solve the discovery and curation problems across all external and internal knowledge sources. EdCast’s offerings include its Learning Experience Platform (LXP), the EdCast Marketplace, and MyGuide’s in-app guides, intelligence and automation for business processes. For additional information, visit http://www.edcast.com or follow on Twitter @EdCast.

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EdCast Launches AI-Powered Open Skills Platform to Drive Reskilling in the Future of Work

“The HR and learning platforms of the future must embrace multiple skills models and create dynamic skills ontologies,” said Josh Bersin, global industry analyst and dean of the Josh Bersin Academy. “EdCast’s Open Skills Cloud announcement is a great example of this.”

MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. (PRWEB) February 13, 2020
At Learning Technologies 2020 conference in London, EdCast announced today that it has extended its Open Skills Cloud to leading HR systems used by G2000 companies. The Knowledge Cloud by EdCast, the category-defining leader in AI-powered personalized learning and knowledge management, now allows the largest enterprise learning content library–with millions of pieces of content curated weekly–to work with all open skills libraries with custom skills taxonomies for enterprises.
EdCast’s offering features a highly extensible taxonomy for managing roles and skills across industries and offers AI-powered, curated and updated ontologies for every skill node, which is critical as work and jobs change in the short- and long-run. EdCast’s Skills Cloud automatically matches new and changing skills to its Knowledge Cloud global content library of more than 50 million items. The Knowledge Cloud’s assessment and inferencing tools also allow users to assess their needs and their employees’ skills and capabilities in real-time, helping perfect the Skills Cloud and make the platform even more valuable.
The set of open skills libraries and taxonomies that EdCast’s Skills Cloud now embraces include:
–O*NET hard and soft skills, covering the Department of Labor’s standard database of skills
–Multiple proprietary vertical taxonomies of domain-specific skills such as high-tech, science, healthcare and others
–Multiple nationwide open skills libraries, including those gained through partnerships with NASSCOM in India and the French Ministry of Labor in France
–The ability to augment its standard taxonomy–upfront or as work and jobs change over time–with enterprise-specific skills taxonomies into one unified skills cloud
“Organizations around the world are all looking for new ways to understand their existing skills and capability gaps,” said Josh Bersin, global industry analyst and dean of the Josh Bersin Academy. “Therefore, the HR and learning platforms of the future must embrace multiple skills models and create dynamic skills ontologies. EdCast’s Open Skills Cloud announcement is a great example of this.”
“Beginning with our acquisition of AI technology platform company Sociative, EdCast has accumulated over 10 years of metadata processing of content, topics, skills, roles and industries, and we have fully integrated it with our Knowledge Cloud,” said Karl Mehta, CEO and Founder of EdCast. “We now leverage and ingest skills data from numerous existing skills assessment platforms, enabling companies to automatically organize information–including employee skills, job history, training history, personal skills development goals–in bringing the most valuable cross-industry Skills Cloud to the enterprise market.”
For more details on EdCast’s Knowledge Cloud and Skills Cloud solutions, stop by EdCast’s booth (Booth C05) at Learning Technologies 2020 conference in London. For more information on EdCast, visit https://www.edcast.com/ or email us at marketing@edcast.com.
About EdCast
EdCast is the AI-Powered Knowledge Cloud solution for unified discovery, personalized learning and knowledge management across the enterprise. Its award-winning platform is used internationally by Global 2000 companies and large government organizations, including NASSCOM and World Economic Forum, to solve the discovery and curation problems across all external and internal knowledge sources. EdCast’s offerings include its Learning Experience Platform (LXP), the EdCast Marketplace, and MyGuide’s in-app guides, intelligence and automation for business processes. For additional information, visit http://www.edcast.com or follow on Twitter @EdCast.

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EdCast Launches AI-Powered Open Skills Platform to Drive Reskilling in the Future of Work

“The HR and learning platforms of the future must embrace multiple skills models and create dynamic skills ontologies,” said Josh Bersin, global industry analyst and dean of the Josh Bersin Academy. “EdCast’s Open Skills Cloud announcement is a great example of this.”

MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. (PRWEB) February 13, 2020
At Learning Technologies 2020 conference in London, EdCast announced today that it has extended its Open Skills Cloud to leading HR systems used by G2000 companies. The Knowledge Cloud by EdCast, the category-defining leader in AI-powered personalized learning and knowledge management, now allows the largest enterprise learning content library–with millions of pieces of content curated weekly–to work with all open skills libraries with custom skills taxonomies for enterprises.
EdCast’s offering features a highly extensible taxonomy for managing roles and skills across industries and offers AI-powered, curated and updated ontologies for every skill node, which is critical as work and jobs change in the short- and long-run. EdCast’s Skills Cloud automatically matches new and changing skills to its Knowledge Cloud global content library of more than 50 million items. The Knowledge Cloud’s assessment and inferencing tools also allow users to assess their needs and their employees’ skills and capabilities in real-time, helping perfect the Skills Cloud and make the platform even more valuable.
The set of open skills libraries and taxonomies that EdCast’s Skills Cloud now embraces include:
–O*NET hard and soft skills, covering the Department of Labor’s standard database of skills
–Multiple proprietary vertical taxonomies of domain-specific skills such as high-tech, science, healthcare and others
–Multiple nationwide open skills libraries, including those gained through partnerships with NASSCOM in India and the French Ministry of Labor in France
–The ability to augment its standard taxonomy–upfront or as work and jobs change over time–with enterprise-specific skills taxonomies into one unified skills cloud
“Organizations around the world are all looking for new ways to understand their existing skills and capability gaps,” said Josh Bersin, global industry analyst and dean of the Josh Bersin Academy. “Therefore, the HR and learning platforms of the future must embrace multiple skills models and create dynamic skills ontologies. EdCast’s Open Skills Cloud announcement is a great example of this.”
“Beginning with our acquisition of AI technology platform company Sociative, EdCast has accumulated over 10 years of metadata processing of content, topics, skills, roles and industries, and we have fully integrated it with our Knowledge Cloud,” said Karl Mehta, CEO and Founder of EdCast. “We now leverage and ingest skills data from numerous existing skills assessment platforms, enabling companies to automatically organize information–including employee skills, job history, training history, personal skills development goals–in bringing the most valuable cross-industry Skills Cloud to the enterprise market.”
For more details on EdCast’s Knowledge Cloud and Skills Cloud solutions, stop by EdCast’s booth (Booth C05) at Learning Technologies 2020 conference in London. For more information on EdCast, visit https://www.edcast.com/ or email us at marketing@edcast.com.
About EdCast
EdCast is the AI-Powered Knowledge Cloud solution for unified discovery, personalized learning and knowledge management across the enterprise. Its award-winning platform is used internationally by Global 2000 companies and large government organizations, including NASSCOM and World Economic Forum, to solve the discovery and curation problems across all external and internal knowledge sources. EdCast’s offerings include its Learning Experience Platform (LXP), the EdCast Marketplace, and MyGuide’s in-app guides, intelligence and automation for business processes. For additional information, visit http://www.edcast.com or follow on Twitter @EdCast.

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Arab Health 2020 Helped Drive iPatientCare Toward a Strong Foothold in the MENA Region

“With all efforts focused on empowering healthcare organizations drive digital transformation, iPatientCare’s aim is to support healthcare organizations in the region deploy healthcare IT systems to improve healthcare outcomes” said Udayan Mandavia, Chief Growth Officer, iPatientCare/AssureCare.

CINCINNATI (PRWEB) February 10, 2020
iPatientCare, a pioneer in cloud-based ambulatory EHR, revenue cycle management services, integrated practice management, and patient engagement solutions witnessed fruitful connections at Arab Health 2020, held at the end of January in Dubai. At the four-day-long conference, iPatientCare strengthened its network and relationships with healthcare organizations seeking partnerships, as well as entrepreneurs and investors in an effort to drive toward a strong foothold in the MENA Region.
The 45th edition of Arab Health, middle-east’s second largest healthcare event attracted a total of 4,150 exhibitors worldwide and provided a unique and professional industry communication platform for 87,654 visitors from more than 150 countries and regions, helping industry professionals to conduct industry exchanges, get the latest information, and meet people from all over the world.
“The opportunities in MENA region are vast, and events like Arab Health provides a forum to connect, collaborate and co-create to improve patient outcomes using healthcare technology. With all efforts focused on empowering healthcare organizations drive digital transformation, iPatientCare’s aim is to support healthcare organizations in the region deploy advanced healthcare IT systems to enhance patient experience and improve healthcare outcomes. We look forward to continuing to forge great relations with new customers across the Middle East and beyond.” said Udayan Mandavia, Chief Growth Officer, iPatientCare/AssureCare.
Mr Mandavia said potential distributors he spoke with at Arab Health were interested in telehealth solutions and integrated hospital management system to curb staffing costs and enhance patient safety — much the same as in the U.S. He further stated that the trade mission provided an ideal opportunity to learn about Abu Dabhi’s as well as Dubai’s fast-growing healthcare market and discuss partnership opportunities with UAE counterparts.
While iPatientCare already has a presence across the US, Canada and in the Asia Pacific, it is expanding further, with a Dubai-based office opening this year to ramp up the operations in the region.
About iPatientCareiPatientCare is a full suite of innovative healthcare products and value-added services that help physician offices, rural health clinics, and community/federally qualified health centers (CHC/FQHC) nationwide in improving the health of their patients, enhancing patient care through care management/coordination/analytics, and reducing costs of care delivery.
The awards-winning EHR, integrated practice solutions and value-added services, such as, the revenue cycle enhancement and quality improvement consulting, provide everything you need to control your practice operations, increase revenues, and provide better patient care.
The iPatientCare EHR – version 18.0, has received 2015 Edition ONC Health IT certification by Drummond Group, an Office of the National Coordinator-Authorized Certification Body (ONC-ACB), in accordance with the applicable eligible professional certification criteria adopted by the Secretary of Health and Human Services (HHS). Full certification details can be found at the ONC Certified Health IT Product List.
As part of its MACRA-ready solutions, iPatientCare has been recognized as a qualified MACRA-MIPS registry by CMS, and has a distinguished credit of being selected as a preferred EHR and medical billing software by more than 70,000 users nationwide, numerous hospitals/health systems, federally funded regional extension centers, and in the past by the US Army and NASA Space Medicine.
Visit https://www.iPatientCare.com for more information.

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Arab Health 2020 Helped Drive iPatientCare Toward a Strong Foothold in the MENA Region

“With all efforts focused on empowering healthcare organizations drive digital transformation, iPatientCare’s aim is to support healthcare organizations in the region deploy healthcare IT systems to improve healthcare outcomes” said Udayan Mandavia, Chief Growth Officer, iPatientCare/AssureCare.

CINCINNATI (PRWEB) February 10, 2020
iPatientCare, a pioneer in cloud-based ambulatory EHR, revenue cycle management services, integrated practice management, and patient engagement solutions witnessed fruitful connections at Arab Health 2020, held at the end of January in Dubai. At the four-day-long conference, iPatientCare strengthened its network and relationships with healthcare organizations seeking partnerships, as well as entrepreneurs and investors in an effort to drive toward a strong foothold in the MENA Region.
The 45th edition of Arab Health, middle-east’s second largest healthcare event attracted a total of 4,150 exhibitors worldwide and provided a unique and professional industry communication platform for 87,654 visitors from more than 150 countries and regions, helping industry professionals to conduct industry exchanges, get the latest information, and meet people from all over the world.
“The opportunities in MENA region are vast, and events like Arab Health provides a forum to connect, collaborate and co-create to improve patient outcomes using healthcare technology. With all efforts focused on empowering healthcare organizations drive digital transformation, iPatientCare’s aim is to support healthcare organizations in the region deploy advanced healthcare IT systems to enhance patient experience and improve healthcare outcomes. We look forward to continuing to forge great relations with new customers across the Middle East and beyond.” said Udayan Mandavia, Chief Growth Officer, iPatientCare/AssureCare.
Mr Mandavia said potential distributors he spoke with at Arab Health were interested in telehealth solutions and integrated hospital management system to curb staffing costs and enhance patient safety — much the same as in the U.S. He further stated that the trade mission provided an ideal opportunity to learn about Abu Dabhi’s as well as Dubai’s fast-growing healthcare market and discuss partnership opportunities with UAE counterparts.
While iPatientCare already has a presence across the US, Canada and in the Asia Pacific, it is expanding further, with a Dubai-based office opening this year to ramp up the operations in the region.
About iPatientCareiPatientCare is a full suite of innovative healthcare products and value-added services that help physician offices, rural health clinics, and community/federally qualified health centers (CHC/FQHC) nationwide in improving the health of their patients, enhancing patient care through care management/coordination/analytics, and reducing costs of care delivery.
The awards-winning EHR, integrated practice solutions and value-added services, such as, the revenue cycle enhancement and quality improvement consulting, provide everything you need to control your practice operations, increase revenues, and provide better patient care.
The iPatientCare EHR – version 18.0, has received 2015 Edition ONC Health IT certification by Drummond Group, an Office of the National Coordinator-Authorized Certification Body (ONC-ACB), in accordance with the applicable eligible professional certification criteria adopted by the Secretary of Health and Human Services (HHS). Full certification details can be found at the ONC Certified Health IT Product List.
As part of its MACRA-ready solutions, iPatientCare has been recognized as a qualified MACRA-MIPS registry by CMS, and has a distinguished credit of being selected as a preferred EHR and medical billing software by more than 70,000 users nationwide, numerous hospitals/health systems, federally funded regional extension centers, and in the past by the US Army and NASA Space Medicine.
Visit https://www.iPatientCare.com for more information.

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