Join Us in the Pursuit of Zero Lives Lost to Sudden Cardiac Arrest

The American Heart Association’s HeartCode® programs deliver quality resuscitation training through a more flexible delivery method. This method gives providers and administrators more control of their time, schedules and resources. Now, available from the AHA and Laerdal Medical, comes the next step – HeartCode Complete®.

HeartCode Complete allows learners to fully complete their BLS, ACLS or PALS training at their own pace, with courses delivered through your organization’s LMS or through RQI Partners’ own RQI1Stop platform. The program delivers detailed debriefing after each online learning module and real-time audio and visual feedback during skills sessions to ensure learners are receiving the highest-quality training possible. After completing their assigned course, learners earn an AHA eCard valid for two years.

By combining comprehensive online learning with hands-on skills practice and testing, HeartCode Complete delivers consistent, quality resuscitation training across a healthcare organization at a pace that is right for every individual.

HeartCode Complete

HeartCode Complete is evolving. The American Heart Association released new 2020 Guidelines for CPR & Emergency Cardiovascular Care on October 21, 2020. Using this cutting-edge new science, the HeartCode Complete course has been upgraded to a new edition.

View what's included in HeartCode Complete updates
      • Updates to HeartCode Complete include:
        • Consistent learning objectives across programs
        • Engaging True Adaptive learning experience
          • Where will adaptive learning be used?
            • HeartCode BLS, ACLS and PALS, and RQI BLS Provider, ALS and PALS
          • How will adaptive learning be used?
            • Via an advanced adaptive algorithm powered by Area9 Lyceum, our eLearning partner
          • What content will be included?
            • All content was prepared by the AHA and organized for an adaptive algorithm
            • All content is aligned to the learning objectives of the current HeartCode courses
            • All content will reflect the new 2020 science guidelines
        • Responsive design ensures compatibility on mobile devices and tablets
        • All curricula is contextualized for the in-hospital or pre-hospital learner
        • Streamlined Cognitive Assessment Activity cases are replacing eSimulations
        • All curricula is web-accessible through inclusive design (WCAG 2.1 AA)
        • Ease of use for more learners – works on all common browsers, no more Flash
        • English, Spanish and other languages are now supported
Learning Services Offered HeartCode® eLearning HeartCode® Complete
Self-paced, socially distanced eLearning check-mark
Basic Life Support (BLS) Course Available check-mark
Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support (ACLS) Course Available check-mark
Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS) Course Available check-mark
Objective, robust and socially distanced hands-on skills practice and testing (available on an RQI simulation station or RQI-P Go) check-mark
In-Person Instructor-led Skills (available from an AHA Training Center) check-mark
AHA eCard Issued by your AHA Training Center Included with HeartCode Complete
CE/CME Credits
  • BLS (1.75 CME/CE)
  • ACLS (4.50 CMS/CE)
  • PALS (7.25 CME/CE for Physicians & PA, 6.50 CMS/CE for Nurses, 5.75 CME/CE for EMS, 8.00 CME/CE for Pharmacists)

High-Quality CPR is the “Single greatest determinate for survival”
from cardiac arrest and is the foundation for which all other therapies should be built on *

* 2013 AHA Consensus Statement

“HeartCode has been a lifesaver for us. It allows us the flexibility for staffing to meet both our managers’ and associates’ schedules.”
Deb Torman, MBA, MEd, AT, ATC, EMT-P
System Clinical Educator, OhioHealth
View OhioHealth Case Study
“This new training modality has definitely increased people’s confidence and their skill sets.”
Kristen Woodruff, MPH, CHES
Program Manager, Critical Incident Response Team/HeartCode, Main Line Health
View Main Line Health Case Study
“The patient survived, and our clinician attributed her ability to react the way she did to her training and our instructor’s willingness to help her with her skills.”
Trudy Orona, MS, RN, CCRN
Life Support Supervisor AHA Training Center Coordinator, UCHealth
View UCHealth Case Study

The time is now to save more lives. Learn how RQI can help.

The time is now to save more lives. Learn how RQI can help.

The time is now to save more lives. Learn how RQI can help.