According to this press release, Pri-Med has completed an enormous outcomes study that found that 99 percent of those surveyed said they were using the education they received to "change or refine their approach to patient care" six weeks post-CME. Here's more:
The study also includes a wealth of information on specific disease states. For instance, within the Diabetes (Insulin Therapy) therapeutic category, solo practitioners were able to recognize the greatest educational gain (16 percent), and those in practice five or less years seemed more receptive to the information from the educational activity than their older colleagues (26%).
More from the release:
The study includes feedback from nearly 50,000 medical professionals who participated in 893 live clinical sessions in 2005. The study includes data covering 48 therapeutic areas including asthma, diabetes, stroke, heart failure, depression and erectile dysfunction.
I don't know about you, but I'm itching to get my hands on that data!