Enhanced Learning and Reporting Platform
by Christopher Cimino, MD, FACMI, VP of Medical Academics, Kaplan Medical | January 29, 2020
I am pleased to announce the official launch of our enhanced institutional learning and reporting platform for our Step 1 and Level 1 Qbanks. This marks a major milestone for Kaplan Medical, as our new platform not only offers benefits to our customers right now, but also sets us up for future development and the ability to build out new products and additional features in the months and years to come.
Administrators will benefit from a newly enhanced and intuitive reporting site—featuring new reports and functionality—which will allow your faculty to:
- View class results by test
- Isolate individual results using the Student Report Card, down to the item level, for one-on-one conversations with at-risk students.
- Analyze Qbank usage, including retakes or first attempt alone
- Track total remediation time by student
- Identify answer changes, such as correct-to-incorrect
Additionally, Step 1 and Level 1 students will now benefit from an improved Qbank experience, including a streamlined study plan layout for easy navigation and access to frequently used resources.
Step 1 Qbank students will now see enhanced question explanations featuring step-by-step strategy, BioDigital images, and deep linking Dr. Armando content videos.
Next up on our roadmap is pulling our Step 2CK products onto the new reporting platform. We will continue to provide updates as we approach launch for that product.
For more information on Kaplan Medical’s enhanced Qbanks and new institutional reporting site, fill out this form to request a demo.
Dr. Cimino has earned a reputation internationally as an award-winning medical educator. He was the founding Assistant Dean for Educational Informatics at Albert Einstein College of Medicine and former Associate Dean for Student Affairs at New York Medical College. He is board certified in Neurology and Clinical Informatics. He served as a member of the NBME Step 1 Behavioral Science Committee and the NBME End of Life Care Task Force.