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Oct
14

Educational Outcomes Data

Educational outcomes data are important to determine that change occurred as a result of the CME activity, but it is also important for the design of future activities that we identify factors that influence practice behaviors to better understand what motivates or prevents best practice implementation. Using predictive modeling, we sought to understand the variables that influence […]

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May
14
Mar
19

From Analytics to Understanding: A Look Into Our 3D Pain Animation’s Debut at CME Outfitters’ Opioid Epidemic Premiere Symposium

Family medicine providers are uniquely qualified to lead the charge for precise and responsible prescribing for acute and chronic pain. Family medicine is at the forefront of managing chronic illness, handling comorbidities, and coordinating care for their patients. They know the patient and their family well and can apply a biopsychosocial approach to managing pain. […]

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Mar
15
Jan
29

A Short Guide to Understanding ABIM MOC Requirements: Q&A with CME Outfitters’ Director of Accreditation

“Since CME Outfitters activities are designed to focus on improving behaviors in practice and patient outcomes, when you engage in our activities, you are already earning credit towards MOC requirements.” The end of 2018 saw the initial ABIM cohort on the five-year cycle for MOC also come to an end. With diplomates requiring 100 MOC […]

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Jan
03

Brainstorming Opioid Addiction through Merged Perspectives: Learnings from Roundtable Discussions

According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, 115 people die each day in the United States due to an opioid overdose. To better understand the nation’s current epidemic, CME Outfitters recently brought together the perspectives of those most impacted by opioids in hopes of creating more effective strategies to avoid addiction in the coming […]

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Mar
12

A Melanoma Mystery: Cluster of Rare Uveal Melanoma Cases in Alabama and North Carolina Concern Researchers

Ashley McCrary didn’t think much about the blurred vision she was experiencing until a friend noticed a freckle in the iris of her right eye in 2012. Just weeks later, after a jarring trip to an ocular oncologist where McCrary learned she had uveal melanoma (UM) – a rare and extremely metastatic cancer – she […]

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