High-Impact Digital Learning

Digital learning has become a requirement for every organisation and industry in some way. 

Developing a learning strategy is key when creating high-impact digital learning solutions to manage costs, user expectations, quality, and ROI.

To help you work through the process, Peak Pacific can offer various services when considering Digital Transformation to meet your goals.

Our Experience

Digital Solutions

Capacity Building


Digital Solutions

Peak Pacific has been a leading provider of Digital Learning solutions in the healthcare sector for over a decade. Our experienced Learning Design team has deep knowledge in this domain, whilst collaborating closely with various subject matter experts from the client side.

Our expertise in developing highly engaging, custom eLearning experiences has been recognised by our customers and resulted in long-term partnerships.

Some of the subject areas we have worked in include:

On-boarding for nurses, doctors, 
and pharma

Causality Assessment of AEFI

Basics of AEFI Data Management 
and its Application

Pharmacovigilance Investigation

Polio Information Systems

AFP Surveillance

Health Systems Governance

Substandard and Falsified Medical Products

Integrated Management of 
Childhood Illness

Integrated Management for Primary Acute and Chronic Care Training

Regulatory Preparedness to Authorize the use of Vaccines in Non-Vaccine-Producing Countries

World Health Survey

The Peak Pacific team understands the intricacies and priorities of the healthcare learning landscape and can work in a dynamic and flexible environment prone to changes. Not only are our interventions relevant and precise but timely as well. 

We understand the urgencies and our highly experienced team of Learning Solution Architects can analyse the learning needs, understand the training context and in discussion with the technical subject matter experts and stakeholders, deploy the most suitable design strategy that is fit for the programme.

Peak Pacific has deployed a variety of modalities for the dynamic needs of our healthcare courses, which include:

  • eLearning

  • Micro-learning.
  • On-demand Explainer Videos.
  • Technical Simulations.
  • Gamified Simulations.
  • Interactive Algorithm-based Learning.
  • Case Study-based Learning.
  • Scenario-based and Gamified Assessments.
  • Marketing teasers (short, animated videos).
  • Subject Matter Introduction videos

Meeting future transformational changes

Innovations in Healthcare training require constant upgrading of knowledge and competencies for all staff working in the industry. When new or updated regulations are issued, healthcare providers face the need to quickly ensure all employees are fully trained and compliant. 

In modern healthcare competency-based training is measured by assessing performance criteria based on evidence-based standards. Hence, future training needs to be tailored to the different competency needs of the diverse healthcare personnel within an organisation.

The Peak Pacific ALTO platform can help combine forward-thinking technology, built to scale as your organisation grows, and an experienced services team to partner with your organisation.

Our software platform can help your organisation to reduce the administrative burden and help you to focus on patients, not paperwork, and reinvest resources in improving care, improving health, and reducing costs.

The Peak Pacific ALTO suite can become the centre of your learning & performance monitoring solution and support your digital transformation goals one beat at a time!

Capacity Building

Post covid recovery, organisations worldwide are rethinking about the work environment, skills required, and technology. AI tools are now available to contribute towards digital content designs, productivity, and speed to market. Whether that be for graphics, video, localisation, or language translations.

Being a global team since our inception, we understand these challenges and solutions well. As a company, our teams can understand business structures, needs, bottlenecks, time to market, and best value for money with it comes to Learning, Training, and Support. We can help develop various team structures, that are flexible, cost-effective, scalable and mitigate risk by building flexible capacity models and technical awareness for organisations.

Peak Pacific can offer various models and services including :

  • Preferred eLearning development partner to complement your team (Articulate Storyline 360,  Rise 360, Captivate, Adapt)
  • Engage in developing high visibility, high impact custom/bespoke eLearning solutions.
  • Digitization and updates of pre-existing training modules.
  • Content Translations and Localization services, including multi-lingual requirements.


Where your user base is remote field workers, it’s essential to find solutions that are fit for purpose. In many developing countries and developed countries we still face bandwidth issues, hence content design and development must be considered at the outset so the solution is fit-for-purpose, easy to deploy, support and practical.

However, there is no getting away from it, that the use of technology in learning and training, both online and offline, using computers, mobile devices, and introductions of AR, VR and MR is allowing us to change the landscape of learning and development.

Augmented Reality (AR)

Augmented Reality (AR) can offer diverse applications in healthcare training, enhancing education, surgical planning, and patient engagement. It can provide interactive 3D models of anatomy for students and can assist surgeons in visualising procedures by overlaying medical images onto patients’ bodies. AR can also guide practitioners through complex procedures with real-time instructions and improve patient understanding through interactive visualisations. Additionally, AR can facilitate medical device training by overlaying instructional content onto physical devices and can also enable simulation-based learning for decision-making and teamwork practice.

AR can even support remote assistance and telemedicine by allowing experts to provide real-time guidance through smart glasses or mobile devices. As AR technology advances, it promises to revolutionise healthcare training with immersive, interactive, and collaborative learning experiences.

Virtual Reality (VR)

Virtual Reality (VR) can offer transformative use cases in healthcare training. It can enable surgeons to practice complex procedures in fail-safe, realistic simulations, and can help medical students in exploring intricate human anatomy. VR can facilitate communication skills development by simulating especially sensitive patient interactions and can enhance emergency response training by recreating critical scenarios. It can even assist in pain management, mental health therapy, and rehabilitation by immersing patients in engaging virtual environments. Moreover, VR supports training on medical devices and equipment, improving familiarity and proficiency. 

These applications enhance knowledge retention, skill development, and patient care outcomes. As VR technology advances, its potential to revolutionize healthcare training grows, promising more immersive and effective learning experiences for healthcare professionals.


GenAI (Generative Artificial Intelligence) can revolutionize healthcare training by offering personalized learning paths, virtual patient simulations, and interactive case studies. Through adaptive assessments and feedback mechanisms, GenAI can personalize instructions to individual learners’ needs, fostering clinical reasoning and skill development. GenAI can enable competency-based progression and can integrate seamlessly with learning management systems, optimizing content delivery and tracking learner progress.

 GenAI’s capabilities can empower healthcare professionals to master complex concepts, apply knowledge in diverse clinical scenarios, and enhance patient care outcomes. By harnessing the power of artificial intelligence, GenAI can help facilitate immersive, interactive, and adaptive learning experiences that revolutionize healthcare education and training paradigms. As technology evolves, GenAI promises to continually transform the healthcare training landscape driving continuous improvement and innovation.

Gamified Simulations

Gamified simulations in healthcare training can provide immersive and interactive experiences to enhance learning and performance outcomes. They can enable clinical skills training, team-based exercises, and diagnostic reasoning practice in realistic scenarios. Through simulated patient encounters, learners can refine communication skills and decision-making abilities. Gamified simulations can also be used to prepare healthcare professionals for emergencies, fostering preparedness and coordination during crises. Continuous practice, feedback, and assessment through this medium can support ongoing learning and improvement. Gamified simulations can cater to diverse learning styles and promote active engagement with educational content. By combining elements of gameplay with healthcare scenarios, they can create dynamic and effective training environments. As a result, gamified simulations play a crucial role in preparing the healthcare workforce to navigate the complexities of modern practice, fostering competency and readiness in diverse clinical settings.

Interactive Videos

Interactive video-based learning in the healthcare context offers dynamic training experiences. It can facilitate procedure demonstrations, clinical scenario simulations, and patient education. Learners can engage with realistic case studies, practice communication skills, and receive feedback. Patients can benefit from interactive educational content, empowering them to understand medical conditions and treatment options better.

Interactive videos can enable healthcare professionals to prepare for emergencies, refine decision-making skills, and enhance patient care via immersive role-play scenarios. By combining visual content with interactive elements, these videos create immersive learning environments that cater to diverse learning styles.

Overall, interactive video-based learning can play a crucial role in advancing healthcare training, fostering competency, and improving patient outcomes via the imaginative use of this engaging medium.