For physician learners, CME participation is a given. They’ve got to complete CME to satisfy a professional mandate. But physicians and their patients aren’t the only ones who benefit from CME. High quality CME activities – and, in particular, the high quality…Read More
Outcomes are a perennial topic of discussion among CME providers. As the ACCME continues to emphasize outcomes reporting, you may feel increasing pressure to measure outcomes consistently and accurately. That probably sounds challenging, and it can be.
But when you’ve got the right CME…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
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
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
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
For many continuing education (CE) providers, offering CE to learners isn’t just a member benefit or an ancillary service – it’s a major investment. If you’re in that camp, enjoying positive ROE (return on education) from CE depends heavily on your learners’…Read More
Let’s say you work at an organization the provides continuing education (CE) to professionals. You need to find out whether your CE activities are helping you meet your organizational goals. Above all, you need to determine whether learners find your activities relevant and…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
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.