Comprehensive System Education
Inspiring Confidence Using OBIX

Transitioning to a new system is a big deal, and we want to make sure that transition goes as smoothly as possible. Our educational programs are developed to assist implementation through convenient online access and onsite go-live support with our expert clinical implementation and technical teams. We want the process to be a positive experience and your staff to have confidence implementing the OBIX system.

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Education Types

Opportunities for Your Success
Onsite & Online Learning Options

OBIX University Online

Comprehensive system education at your fingertips, most any time and place… as long as you are connected.

Superuser Education

Familiarizing superusers to the system with a tailored education plan to pass on to the unit is super helpful.

OBIX System Webinars

Interactive review of functions and features via live webinars presented by our staff of OB nurses who know OBIX inside and out.

OBIX University Onboarding

Acclimating with online introductory courses are your jump-start to using the OBIX system.

Go-Live Support

Implementing the OBIX Perinatal System is rarely without the support of our technical experts and our registered OB nurses.

CE Accredited Webinars

Continuing Education is important and we are pleased to share some great topics presented by industry experts, complimentary to OBIX customers.


OBIX Onsite

Go-Live Support

During the implementation of the OBIX system, you will receive onsite support with our friendly clinical implementation team made up of Perinatal Registered Nurses along with our technical support representatives who know the system inside and out.

Superuser Education

The OBIX system education we provide to superusers is specialized to meet the needs of the client. Supporting documentation and workflow analysis is included to make it easier to plan training for staff who will use OBIX.

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OBIX Online

OBIX University Learning Modules

OBIX University’s online program delivers education for clinicians, care providers and ancillary staff through learning modules that are accessed remotely. What is neat about “OBIX U” is it gives staff the flexibility to take courses without interfering with patient care. The modules are interactive with videos, simulations and quizzes for a variety of learning styles.

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OBIX University Onboarding

This onboarding program is designed for our new customers, new hires, or for those hospitals upgrading their OBIX system. In each case the online training will be specific to the OBIX version deployed.

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OBIX System Webinars

Developed exclusively for our customers, as a quick refresher on the OBIX system. The webinars provide convenient, interactive reviews of routine system functions and special functions such as system database queries. Our nurses who know OBIX like the backs of their hands present the live webinars. Feel free to ask questions, nurse to nurse, they are happy to help. The hour-long webinars include approximately 45 minutes of instruction and 15 minutes for Q & A.

Webinars begin promptly at the specified time. To receive the full benefit and avoid possible disruption to others, please don’t be tardy. If you think you’ll be more than 5 to 10 minutes late, consider signing up on another date. Click on the button below to view the full schedule of upcoming webinars.

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CE Accredited Webinars

Complimentary Continuing Education Exclusive to OBIX Customers
Great Topics from Industry Experts

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We are dedicated to providing the highest quality continuing education available to meet the educational needs of healthcare professionals. With the convenience of internet access, these webinars can be viewed as a group or individually.

Webinars will be presented two times on the date scheduled, in the morning at 11am EST and in the afternoon at 4pm EST. See the schedule below for dates.

2020 CE Webinar Schedule


Routine Induction of Labor at 39 weeks in Low Risk Gravida: What are the Indications, Benefits and Risks?

Presented by Sean Blackwell, MD


Sepsis in Pregnancy

Presented by Stephanie Martin, DO


Use of Antenatal Corticosteroids in Women with Threatened Late Preterm Birth: What are the Indications, Benefits, and Risks?

Presented by Sean Blackwell, MDPresented by Sean Blackwell, MD


Oxygen Use in Labor: What does the Evidence Say?

Presented by Lisa Miller, CNM, JD


Intrapartum Fetal Monitoring: Applying Principles of Patient Safety

Presented by David A. Miller, MD


Current Controversies in Labor Management

Presented by David A. Miller, MD


Obstetric Hemorrhage

Presented by Michael S. Ruma, MD, MPH


Preeclampsia and Severe Hypertension

Presented by Stephanie Martin, DO


Artificial Intelligence in the Management of the Obstetric Patient

Presented by Michael S. Ruma, MD, MPH


Oxygen Use in Labor: What does the Evidence Say?

Presented by Lisa Miller, CNM, JD


Persistent Occiput Posterior Fetal Positions in Labor: Care Strategies to Optimize Potential for Vaginal Delivery

Jean Maunder, CNM

Ask the Expert

Your Questions Answered
Answers from Leading Industry Experts

Some of the most common perinatal documentation questions, as well as fetal monitoring terminology, interpretation, and management, are addressed by industry experts.

About Lisa Miller, C.N.M., J.D. – President of Perinatal Risk Management and Education Services (PRMES), Ms. Miller is a certified nurse midwife with 40 years of experience in a variety of clinical settings. Also an attorney, she has a unique understanding of the impact of law on medicine and nursing. Ms. Miller served as an Assistant Professor in Obstetrics and Gynecology at Northwestern University Medical School, and is published in the areas of electronic fetal monitoring, obstetrics, and patient safety. Committed to improving the quality of perinatal healthcare, she lectures nationally and internationally on many topics pertaining to obstetrics, perinatal safety and risk management, with a current focus on the effects of cognitive bias during healthcare decision-making. To learn more about Lisa Miller and her classes, visit