If you’re set on offering CME online, you’ve made a good decision. With live meeting attendance on the decline and online education becoming ever more prevalent, there are more reasons than ever to deliver CME…Read More
What’s CME all about, anyway? If it was about awarding credit so that clinicians could check a box and move on, designing activities and organizing meetings would be simple. You’d just publish any topically-relevant content or book any speaker. Then you’d call…Read More
Certificates are the source of many a headache among CME administrators. And that’s especially true when you’re juggling multiple credit options and accredited providers.
For example, how do you create custom certificates for different accreditation types? Is there software for that? And what about…Read More
Nowadays, software that helps continuing education (CE) learners monitor their status aren’t exactly novel. Learners expect to use that kind of software.
But many online CE tracking solutions offer limited options. For example, some products help learners view a list of…Read More
There’s no question about it. Continuing medical education (CME) learners increasingly prefer an online experience.
Even for live meetings, learners expect to use some kind of online software for registration, payments, and post-event evaluations. They…Read More
If you’re a CME provider, processing continuing medical education credits probably isn’t one of your favorite tasks. Is it necessary? Yes. Is it quick and easy? No. And for learners, waiting on credits to process can be a tedious waiting game.
How do you know your continuing professional education (CE) activities are effective? If you’re like most CE providers, learner competence and performance are key success metrics. They help you determine whether a CE activity actually has an impact on learner performance in the workplace…Read More
How did CME administrators get by in the “old days?” You know, the era before they used dedicated CME software?
For starters, there were paper files – lots of paper files. There were also staplers, stamps, and typewriters. Things still…Read More
Registering for a live CME activity might sound like a simple task, but that isn’t always the case. Depending on the software you use (or don’t use), CME registration can actually be confusing to learners. In some cases, it can be downright frustrating.
If you’ve ever wondered how to access information about continuing medical education (CME) activities, consult your CME director. That’s the person who knows how many CME activities your organization offers, what those activities cover, and how…Read More