Continuing medical education

By Diana Manos 10:38 am September 23, 2013
The American College of Physicians announced Monday the release of its ACP Smart Medicine, a web-based clinical decision support tool, developed specifically for internal medicine physicians. It contains 500 modules that provide guidance and information on a broad range of diseases and conditions.
By Anthony Brino 09:23 am July 24, 2013
Starting in 2015, doctors in Massachusetts will have to show health IT meaningful use proficiency as a condition for medical licensing, leaving some doctors not fully participating or complying with the federal incentive program worried.
By Jeff Rowe 12:39 pm June 12, 2013
As in many fields, it's taken for granted that a physician's education never really ends. But when it comes to continuing medical education, many healthcare stakeholders believe that the current system is, in a nutshell, broken.
By Eric Wicklund 01:25 pm May 01, 2013
For the first time ever, Karen Rheuban, MD, won't be attending the American Telemedicine Association's International Meeting & Trade Show. But she has a good reason.
By Eric Wicklund 09:38 am July 01, 2012
The mHealth Alliance is joining forces with a global consortium of organizations and vendors to push mHealth as a means of improving child health in developing countries.
By Michelle McNickle 01:10 pm June 06, 2012
Toward the end of last month, Mike Sevilla, MD, spoke to a crowd of 100 people at the Connecting Healthcare + Social Media Conference, about why physicians ought to be on social media. Although multiple such outlets exists -- Facebook, Google+, LinkedIn -- none have appealed quite so strongly to physicians as Twitter.
By Mike Miliard 10:47 am April 12, 2012
Harvard's Joslin Diabetes Center and Dallas-based Phytel will collaborate to study the value of current assessment methods for continuing medical education (CME) programs.
By Diana Manos 11:54 am April 11, 2012
Researchers at Stanford University have designed an interactive case-based online activity to help clinicians prevent and treat sepsis, a life-threatening infection that takes more than 200,000 lives each year.
By Diana Manos 10:40 am March 16, 2012
Researchers at Stanford University have designed an interactive case-based online activity to help clinicians prevent and treat sepsis, a life-threatening infection that takes more than 200,000 lives each year.

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