CECity and ACP are piloting a new platform, called MedConcert, designed to give physicians a way to connect with a community of practice, measure their performance with that of their peers, find interventions to help close their practice gaps, and build an e-portfolio to track credentials, board certifications, and licensure.
Cloud-based applications and distribution networks for the healthcare industry have long been software firm CECity’s forte. Now the company is taking an ambitious new step, having announced at the January Alliance for Continuing Education in the Health Professions conference that it was partnering with the American College of Physicians to pilot a new platform that would give physicians the tools they need to take their performance- and quality-improvement efforts to a new level. Called ...
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