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Discover the Most Powerful CME Tools and Updates at MedBiquitious 2017

At MedBiquitious 2017, you’ll receive the latest information on healthcare education and quality improvement.

As a non-profit consortium of professional associations, universities and organizations, MedBiquitous is a leader of technology development and standardization in the health professions. Through improved standardization, specifically a technology blueprint focused on XML and Web services standards, MedBiquitous seeks to promote continual learning and better patient outcomes.

MedBiquitous hosts a conference each year. The 2017 Annual Conference is focused on Pragmatic Education Innovation and will cover topics such as activity reporting, curriculum inventory, and attendance tracking - all tools designed to successfully facilitate CME. It’s an excellent opportunity for healthcare education professionals to learn from international industry leaders and network with peers.

Held at Johns Hopkins University School Of Medicine in Maryland, MedBiquitous’ Annual Conference features a full...

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Does Your Risk Management System Uphold ACCME Standards?

Successful risk management systems are an integral aspect of ongoing CME programs.

Medical errors pose a serious health threat to patient safety.

These errors affect more than individual patients; they can also impact the long-term economic stability of medical practices. Currently, the focus of medical risk management is to minimize the recurrence of avoidable patterns that contribute to high error rates. Instead of focusing on individual outcomes, it’s helpful for organizations to use a systematic approach that will generate better overall organizational performance. To address and overcome recurring errors, medical professionals must adopt methods for identifying errors, while also implementing systemic medical risk management practices.

Many organizations find it helpful to adopt a medical risk management system. The main component of a risk management system is an educational program with the long-term aim of reducing errors that lead to undesirable claims and liabilities. For these systems to be effective, CME educators must create programs that actively engage...

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Update on CME That Counts for ABIM MOC

Continuing medical education (CME) for Maintenance of Certification (MOC) has long been a critical part of healthcare. A two-year collaboration between the American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM) and the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) has resulted in more opportunities for practitioners to earn credit for activities that serve to improve patient care. In an April 2017 announcement, ABIM said that CME opportunities will be expanded even further.

Under the new model, accredited CME providers will be able to register activities – including formal performance improvement CME (PI-CME) activities – that meet ABIM's specifications for Medical Knowledge and/or Practice Assessment MOC using the ACCME Program and Activity Reporting System (PARS). As with Medical Knowledge activities, any format is eligible for registration. Activities that meet the ABIM MOC Assessment Recognition Program guidelines can be registered for a single type of ABIM MOC credit or for multiple applicable credit types such as Medical Knowledge and Practice Assessment.

Expanded Opportunities for Educators

More flexibility in accredited activities means educators and leaders can use...

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