Ann Lichti, CCMEP

Lichti, CCMEP

Ann C. Lichti, CCMEP, was the vice president of health care education strategy for Veritas Institute for Medical Education Inc., and an independent CME consultant when she served as a columnist for Medical Meetings.

CME in the Empowered-Patient Era
A team-based approach is more important than ever now that patients are taking a more active role.
It's Time to Customize CME 
Now that we live in the era of personalized medicine, it’s time we move toward personalizing education too
Interprofessional Healthcare Education Tips 
How to educate diverse healthcare provider types
My CME Wish List 
The three items that top my CME wish list of things that would move the CME industry forward.
PI CME Meets Challenging Economy 
Performance improvement CME doesn't have to be costly and time-intensive
CME Leadership: 2010 and Beyond 
It’s time for continuing medical education professionals to map out a plan of action we can use to overcome some of the challenges we face.
Are We Losing the Art of Medicine? 
The emphasis on evidence-based medicine, technology, and guidelines brings much good. But we may be losing something along the way
Strategies for Demonstrating ROE Return on Education 
How you can develop a good educational outcomes measurement plan.
CME in a Down Economy 
These difficult economic times might provide the spark that the CME industry needs to create lasting advancements. Here are some positive strategies for dealing with tough times.
Translating Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education Criteria for Faculty 
To get faculty buy-in for complying with new Accreditation Council for CME guidelines, you need to talk their language and respect their time.
Collective CME Resolutions 
I begin every January filled with hope and optimism and then I make the same resolutions that I've made for at least 10 years. Many of us engage in similar
The New CME Professional 
A Certification Program
CME in Practice: Evaluating Commercial Bias 
With increasing concern about the issue of independence in CME, providers face continued pressure to demonstrate compliance with the Accreditation Council
Conferences for Us: A Call to Action 
Lawrence Sherman Posed an interesting question in his column Same Time Next Year? (January/February 2007, page 15) Why do so many of us go to the same
Leadership Opportunities for Newbies 
How do you become that person in the continuing education industry? Many of us have great ideas we want to share with our colleagues in CE. For newcomers,

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