To address the challenges that rural areas face, including fewer personnel and specialties in a single location, North Dakota turned to the Remotely Operated Biomedical Telepresence Systems consisting of three patient simulation scenarios.
A survey by Haymarket Medical Education reveals that most clinicians are unprepared to meet the statutory requirements of the Quality Payment Program (QPP) created by the Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act.
Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, a nonprofit, academic health system in the Los Angeles area, is working to reduce low-value care use among its providers and across low- to high-risk patient populations.
The latest year-in-review report released by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) highlights the efforts of ACCME and the continuing medical education (CME) community to leverage the power of education amid a changing health care environment.
A recent study sought to describe a community of practice established to aid the professional development of faculty affairs professionals and document its impact.