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Nov
10

Digital Health + CME = Improved Patient Outcomes

Digital health broadly defines services and technologies such as mobile health (mhealth), medical applications, wearable devices, telehealth and telemedicine, and digital health coaching—innovations that are changing healthcare from both the patient and provider perspectives and collecting real-time, real world data. According to Pew Research, 77% of adults in the US own a smartphone. 42% of […]

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By Jen Theodore | CME Outfitters Blog . Uncategorized
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Oct
19

Planning for Change – CME Outfitter’s Evolving Reaccreditation Approach

Having just finished our reaccreditation Self Study Report, I have learned a few things. As in many instances in life, processes change. At CME Outfitters, we have a Planning Document that was created to align with Accreditation requirements to make it easier for us to respond to reaccreditation activity file reviews and annual reports. We […]

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By Jen Theodore | CME Outfitters Blog
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Oct
06

Shaping CME with Predictive Modeling: Part 2

Welcome back! In the first installment of the outcomes blog, I provided a bit of background on predictive modeling and its importance in CME. For this blog post, I’ll review the types of data that can be used in predictive modeling and focus in on the predictive models that have the most relevance to CME. […]

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Oct
02

Q & A: Addiction, Sleep Medicine and Sleep

What do we know from your studies and others about normal sleep? Is there such a thing? Normal sleep is defined as the amount and quality of sleep required to be fully alert and functional the next day, with normal levels of alertness, concentration, attention, and stability of mood. Normal sleep can also be defined […]

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By Jen Theodore | Uncategorized
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Oct
02

Q & A with Thomas Kosten, MD: Anti-drug Vaccines

FEATURED ADDICTION EXPERT Thomas Kosten, MD Professor and the Jay H. Waggoner Endowed Chair in the Menninger Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Baylor College of Medicine Congratulations on your career to date and most recent work. Can you explain the idea behind your anti-drug vaccines? Are there any of your papers you’d suggest […]

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By Jen Theodore | Uncategorized
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Sep
13

Shaping CME with Predictive Modeling: Part 1

The continuing medical education (CME) field is always changing. That’s a good thing, because it means we are keeping up with the rapid changes in the medical field, accommodating the needs of our learners, and discovering newer and better ways to measure the impact of CME.  But this constant change can be a challenge as well. How do we develop best practices that align […]

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Aug
18

Managing Residual Symptoms in Bipolar Disorder: A Patient Case Consult

Evidence suggests that the symptoms of bipolar disorder are recurrent and can worsen over repeated relapses. Even patients who follow treatment advice are still at a high relapse risk. Repeated relapses and rehospitalizations are main distresses, indicating a “downward spiral” of declined functioning and greater dependency on support and care by others.The goal is to […]

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Aug
18

Clinical Updates on Mixed Features in Bipolar Disorder: A Patient Case Consult

Bipolar disorder is a severe psychiatric disorder that is frequently associated with persistent symptoms and significant dysfunction. The symptoms of mania demand the most attention in bipolar disorder. New medications to treat bipolar disorder can offer clinicians more options and generally newer medications improve upon tolerability and side effect profile of previous antipsychotic agents. Evidence […]

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