Improvement Resources for the CME Professional

January 3, 2011 at 7:29 pm Leave a comment

AMA webinars Demonstrate How Quality Metrics Improve Care

Colorado clinics are using the data they collect to show patients how their hemoglobin A1c, blood pressure and cholesterol profiles change over time.
By Kevin B. O’Reilly, amednews staff. Posted Jan. 3, 2011.

Go here to read the article.

Note: There is no mention of PI CME in this article. However, physicians participating in these kinds of activities could be earning CME credit. Are we looking for these added value opportunities as CME professionals? Every chance we get we should be using quality metrics to show the impact of our CME efforts.

Book

A3 Problem Solving for Healthcare by Cindy Jimmerson. HCP Press. 2007.

Here is a guide to keeping the improvement process simple and engaging. CME professionals can learn a lot from the process described in this book. Adopting some of the tools described in this reference to our work as CME professional will add value to our work and our CME operation in the context of any healthcare setting.

Improvement is the New Normal in CME.

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