The CME Coalition, which launched last June to provide a voice on Capitol Hill for those who believe continuing medical education can and does improve patient care, has released a voluntary Code of Conduct....More
The AMA National Task Force on CME Provider/Industry Collaboration conference explored the challenges of working together to improve patient care in today’s “gotcha” environment, along with hot topics like the controversial recent CEJA report and REMS....More
Continuing medical educators are just now beginning to experiment with how social media can enhance the educational experiences they provide to healthcare professionals. In July, we invited two experts in social media and CME to join us for a webinar exploring how physicians are using social media, and how you may be able to incorporate the technology into your educational offerings....More
While we in CME do our best to develop case-based education and use virtual patients in activities, this is just the tip of the iceberg. There is a role for patients in the entire continuum of CME....More
If there’s ever a part of continuing medical education that providers love to hate, it has to be the budget and reconciliation processes. Kudos to a collaborative working group that developed a standardized solution....More
Pharma Forum is coming to the Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center in National Harbor, Md., on March 22-25, 2015. Go towww.cbinet.com/pharmaforum for more information and early-bird registration.