The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) has finalized its Quality Measure Development Plan, designed to foster improvements in the U.S. health care system. The directive aims to identify known measurement and performance gaps, then prioritize strategies to narrow those gaps.
Alliance member Susan P. Tyler, M.Ed., CMP, CHCP, FACEHP, PhD Candidate,
director of Continuing Medical Education University of Cincinnati, has lived and breathed CME for nearly 30 years. Her career taking her from Texas to Kansas and then Ohio, Tyler has followed her passion for this profession. He
Scott Weber, the co-founder and CEO of Med-IQ, LLC, is a dedicated member of the Alliance Advocacy Committee and an avid enthusiast of changing the image of accredited CME providers in government and the general public.
Caroline Robinson, PhD, senior medical education manager at Genentech, can’t get enough of CE. From working in a university research setting to her current position at Genentech, Robinson has dived headfirst into the CE world, and shares her time and talents with the Alliance any way she can.
A relative newcomer to the CME world and to the Alliance, Roxanne Bolinger, M.Ed., CHCP, CME manager of Lancaster General Health/Penn Medicine, has thrown herself into the fray, attending meetings, networking and joining the Quality Improvement Group.