Physicians who participated in a study to determine their receptiveness to electronic continuing medical education (eCME) program - and online learning in general - revealed that case-based eCME has a significant impact on patient evaluation, diagnosis and treatment. The study was conducted by I.C. Axon (a provider of computer-based learning systems) and the Department of Physician Education and Development at Kaiser Permanente, the Oakland, Calif. based managed care organization, with the ...

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