EthosCE Learning Management System I Continuing Medical Education

400,000+ health professionals have earned over 6 million continuing education (CE) credits using EthosCE Learning Management System.




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One powerful learning management system fully customized to your brand, feature sets, and source code. Ideal for large associations, academic centers, and health systems.

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+Unlimited Learners & Courses


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+Personal Profiles & CE Transcripts

+ACCME PARS, CE Broker, CPE Monitor

+24/7 Reporting

+SCORM, Tin Can & Digital Media Support

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+Fully Hosted or Open Source Versions

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Spring 2017 Update on CME and MIPS

The Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act of 2015 (MACRA) brought significant changes to physician reimbursement methodology. MACRA permits physicians to influence their reimbursement rates through a pay-for-performance system. MACRA emphasizes quality of care instead of increased medical services, and providers are rated based on the value offered, the quality of care and practitioners' own level of accountability.

The Impact of MIPS on Reimbursement Rates

Under the new system, Medicare reimbursement rates are determined by a Merit-Based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) that rates each provider from 0 to 100. Strong scores result in a bonus payment, poor scores result in a penalty, and average scores result in no change to standard reimbursement rates.

Ratings are determined by individual scores in four categories:

  • Quality -- 50 percent
  • Meaningful Use -- 25 percent
  • Clinical Practice Improvement -- 15 percent
  • Resource Use -- 10 percent

As physicians improve their MIPS ratings, reimbursement rates increase.

Contributions From the MACRA Working Group...
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Learning Platform Trends – What Forward-Thinking Organizations Need to Know

Learning platforms have come a long way since the introduction of SCORM. See where the trends are leading towards optimizing the user experience.

Since the introduction of SCORM, higher education opportunities have come a long way. Learning methods are more comprehensive and varied than ever. Learning platforms are the go-to solution for those who wish to further their education, no matter where they are currently located. Wondering where learning platform trends are headed next?  Here are five key areas to look into.

  1. A Shift in Feature Focus

When it comes to the market of learning platforms, there’s been a focus on trends that are more commonplace in the traditional healthcare education industry. This includes e-commerce options, corporation branding, and educational credit management. Services and offerings are becoming more diverse, catering to new, unique needs. Some specific areas of increased study include productized integration and specialization, full...

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Best Practices: Authoring Courses For Mobile Delivery

Mobile learning platforms are rapidly becoming the new standard for e-learning.

Mobile training is rapidly becoming the new standard in all continuing education realms. Mobile-based continuing medical education allows learners to build their skills and knowledge at any time, from any location. The improved accessibility offered by mobile training further ensures prompt delivery of valuable information.

In order to create effective mobile-friendly CE learning systems, you must develop a strategy to implement the features most critical to mobile learning. As you expand your e-learning offerings, you’ll discover there are practices that best facilitate content creation, delivery, and tracking from mobile devices.

Best Practices To Support Mobile-Friendly CE Learning Systems

When developing your learning system for continuing education, you may find it helpful to:

  1. Determine how content will be distributed. When developing CME software, it’s essential to decide which mobile platforms will deliver and track your content. In order to deliver interactive courses to as many learners as possible. Here’s our advice: Find a software...
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