Improved patient outcomes, useful insights, credits needed to satisfy board requirements – these are just some of the things most learners expect from their CME. However, these expectations aren’t the end-all, be-all upshot of continuing medical education. Far from it.
If you’re a professional completing participating in continuing education (CE), there’s only one kind of challenge you should be willing to accept: a challenging assessment following the CE activity. When it comes to using an education provider’s learning management system, or LMS,…Read More
When it comes to choosing continuing education (CE) software, learner privacy and data security matter. For one thing, you want your learners to be confident you’re using their data appropriately. What’s more, you want to know with absolute certainty that you’ll never…Read More
You did it. You chose your new CE software. Months of vendor selection and sales meetings are over. The finish line is in sight! There’s just one more thing you’ve got to do.
You might…Read More
For ACCME accredited providers, preparing and submitting PARS reports is an annual routine. Unfortunately, it can also be an annual headache.
Why is PARS so burdensome? It’s not because you don’t have the data required for…Read More
When it comes to technical support for CME software, most people know what to expect.
Constant problems mean constant phone calls. Then there are wait times – long ones. Sometimes, you don’t even have a dedicated account manager.…Read More
When a CME provider approaches us for the first time, the conversation usually centers around two specific things:How do I know this CME software will actually solve my problems? Do I want to enter… Read More
Learners care about how they get their CME. Thanks to the proliferation of online CME activities, there are also more ways for them to obtain CME than ever before – and that’s a good thing.
But with all good (and new)…Read More
When your organization invests in new software, it pays to understand the provider’s service level agreement, or SLA.
An SLA guarantees a certain level of service and specifies what happens any time the provider fails to honor that guarantee. It’s kind…Read More
What do all CME providers want? Streamlined administration, a better online experience for learners, increased revenue… Depending on who you ask, you’re bound to hear a different answer.
But at the…Read More