Wouldn’t it be interesting to attend a continuing medical education (CME) meeting where patients contributed to content development?
Or what about an interactive game that helps learners understand the regulations that govern their profession?
Well, both concepts could be…Read More
It seems like Rievent announces valuable developments all the time! Just thirteen months ago, we introduced support for regularly scheduled series (RSS) CME. That enhancement was a significant breakthrough as…Read More
“Learning—the human need to share and grow knowledge—should not be throttled by a rigid structure, impeded by a clunky interface, or dampened by a relentless focus on administration. Today’s employees deserve better because they have better technology experiences in their consumer lives.”… Read More
What do you want learners to take away from a live continuing education (CE) event? If you’re like most providers, you hope they learn something valuable that they can apply in the real world. How do you ensure that actually happens?
Does your life feel busy and harried? For your learners, it almost definitely does. At least some of the time.
By historical standards, Americans have more free time than ever before. However, college-educated professionals enjoy far less…Read More
Many benefits of software integration are self-evident. For instance, would you rather:Use six different software applications to complete six different tasks, or Complete those same six tasks with one application?
All else being…Read More
How well do your continuing education (CE) live meetings engage learners? Just because nobody nods off during a meeting doesn’t mean that the content is as engaging as it could be – or that learners are actually learning.
In planning your…Read More
Software should help professionals complete tasks, not hinder their progress. But if that’s true, why does it take so long to log in and get things done?
To complete Task A, you’ve got to log in to Application B. To complete…Read More
For anyone who follows developments in the continuing medical education (CME) space, July is a big month. Why? Because it’s when the ACCME releases its Annual Report on CME participation during the previous year.
They’re busy juggling learner requests, posting and updating activity information on the web, entering attendance data into spreadsheets, calculating payments received, and collating paper-based evaluations.
They’re busy doing these things, but they’d rather be busy developing new CE activities and…Read More