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This series gives healthcare professionals an opportunity to hear thought leaders in continuing medical education discuss issues related to methodology, effectiveness, funding, measurement, future technologies, and other aspects of CME that make the field so vibrant.

This series gives healthcare professionals an opportunity to hear thought leaders in continuing medical education discuss issues related to methodology, effectiveness, funding, measurement, future technologies, and other aspects of CME that make the field so vibrant.
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United States

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ReachMD

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This series gives healthcare professionals an opportunity to hear thought leaders in continuing medical education discuss issues related to methodology, effectiveness, funding, measurement, future technologies, and other aspects of CME that make the field so vibrant.

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English


Episodes

Applying Constructivism Theory to Medical Education

11/14/2016
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Host: Alicia Sutton Constructivism is the theory that people in a learning environment will merge their prior foundational knowledge and experience with new details they are learning, helping them construct new understandings for themselves. Joining host Alicia Sutton is Dr. Annette Mallory Donawa, Assistant Dean and Director of Continuing Medical Education at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. Dr. Donawa will discuss the learning theory of constructivism and its current to...

Duration: 00:12:59


Let's Work Together: Transforming Medical Practices

4/25/2016
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Host: Alicia Sutton How do you make sure that the right people are doing the right jobs at the right time, helping medical practices function more efficiently? Alicia Sutton chats with Ray Saputelli, Executive Vice President and CEO of the New Jersey Academy of Family Physicians, about transforming medical practices to run as more cohesive units.

Duration: 00:04:30


Data Analytics in CME: Bringing Quality Improvement to the Next Level

4/4/2016
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Host: Alicia A. Sutton Lauren Patrick, President of Healthmonix, joins host Alicia Sutton on the floors of the ACEhp annual meeting to discuss customized, collaborative models in quality improvement, and how new perspectives on data analytics are changing assessments of clinical performance improvement.

Duration: 00:07:30


Improving Patient Engagement in a Complex Healthcare System

3/28/2016
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Host: Alicia A. Sutton In today's health care environment, the basic, fundamental drive to get and stay healthy can become overwhelming for patients. This issue makes patient engagement, both within and outside practice settings, one of the most important goals among clinicians for enhancing patient care. Joining host Alicia Sutton on the floors of the ACEhp annual meeting to discuss strategic advances in patient engagement is Mazi Rasulnia, President and Co-Founder of Pack Health. Prior...

Duration: 00:06:59


Learning Without Borders: Effective Medical Education Design in the Mobile Age

3/14/2016
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Host: Alicia A. Sutton From the floors of the Alliance for Continuing Education in the Health Professions' annual meeting in Washington DC, host Alicia Sutton welcomes Michael Baffuto, President of Integrity CE. The two discuss new and emerging design platforms for medical education, leveraging mobile technologies to increase engagement, learning, and positive clinical change.

Duration: 00:05:29


New Trends and Strategies with 'On Demand' Medical Education

6/8/2015
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Host: Alicia A. Sutton Guest: Linda Gracie-King, MS From conferences to interactive on demand education, the field of continuing medical education (CME) is constantly evolving. Traditionally the preferred form of CME is live and in person, but as time goes on CME providers continue to improve their on demand CME services. Join host, Alicia Sutton, and guest, Linda Gracie-King, MS, Managing Partner at AXIS Medical Education, on the floor of the Alliance for Continuing Education in Health...

Duration: 00:16:00


Team-Based Care Models: Treating Patients at the Right Time and Cost

4/6/2015
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Host: Alicia A. Sutton Guest: Ray Saputelli Healthcare costs in the U.S. are among the highest in the world, yet health outcomes remain in the bottom tiers compared to other developed countries. How might the care delivery model be changed to affect change in this regard, and who is leading the way? Joining host Alicia Sutton to examine one state's efforts to replace volume of care with value in care, driving down costs while improving outcomes, is Ray Saputelli, Executive Vice President...

Duration: 00:16:00


Google Hangouts: Are They Useful for Medical Education?

4/5/2015
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Host: Alicia A. Sutton Guest: Scott Kober Guest: Derek Warnick Google Hangouts: they're not just for video chats. It turns out that they are also quite useful for focused learning platforms positioned for targeted learners. How are these hangouts being leveraged for innovative medical educational offerings? Host Alicia Sutton welcomes Derek Warnick and Scott Kober to discuss this emerging platform in the healthcare sector.

Duration: 00:15:00


Tools to Improve Patient Engagement in Health Care

3/29/2015
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Host: Alicia A. Sutton "Patient engagement" is a broadly encompassing term that takes on various forms depending on the point of view, from the physician's drive toward better treatment compliance and health literacy to the patient's stance on being heard and understood through the care continuum. How can the medical profession assess, measure, and improve patient engagement indexes from both points of view? Host Alicia Sutton welcomes Pete Sheldon, president of Opus Science, LLC based in...

Duration: 00:14:59


Addressing Opioid Misuse and Abuse: A Focus on REMS Programs

3/16/2015
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Host: Alicia A. Sutton Guest: Cynthia Kear Guest: Tom McKeithen, Jr. There is a national public health crisis concerning the misuse and overuse of opioid medications, and despite multiple large scale efforts to stem the tide, negative trends persist. In order to address risk and safety concerns, reduce serious adverse outcomes, and simultaneously ensure that pain patients maintain necessary access to opioids, the U. S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has developed a Risk Evaluation...

Duration: 00:18:30


Highlights from the Alliance for Continuing Education in the Health Professions Annual Conference

3/9/2015
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Host: Alicia A. Sutton Guest: Destry Sulkes, MD, MBA The meeting of the Alliance for Continuing Education in the Health Professions (ACEHP) witnessed a broad spectrum of presentations and dialogues focused on medical education, from big data to quality improvement to social media to patient safety. Recapping highlights from this meeting is Dr. Destry J. Sulkes, President of the Board of Directors for ACEHP and co-founder of Medivo Inc.

Duration: 00:14:59


The Gravity of Success: Thriving in a Changing Business Environment

3/2/2015
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Host: Alicia A. Sutton Guest: Bill Levisay, MBA Past success is not always a predictor of future success, and nowhere is this clearer than in the medical field. But what can medicine draw from the unprecedented successes and colossal failures of the corporate world? Joining host Alicia Sutton to discuss the gravity of success, and ways to avoid failure in the wake of that success, is Bill Levisay, Chief Customer Officer at Bolthouse Farms in Atlanta, GA.

Duration: 00:15:29


Utilizing Social Media in Medicine: Professional Applications for Improved Patient Care

2/23/2015
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Host: Alicia A. Sutton Guest: Alexander M. Djuricich, MD, FACP, FAAP Guest: Brian S. McGowan, PhD Are you using social media in your practice setting? If not, you may be missing important new peer-to-peer educational opportunities and innovative means of connecting with your patients for better care provision. Joining Alicia Sutton to discuss the emerging roles of social media in medicine are Brian McGowan, Chief Learning Officer for ArcheMedx, and Dr. Alexander Djuricich, Associate...

Duration: 00:16:59


Team-Based Care Models: Treating Patients at the Right Time and Cost

2/17/2015
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Host: Alicia A. Sutton Guest: Ray Saputelli Healthcare costs in the U.S. are among the highest in the world, yet health outcomes remain in the bottom tiers compared to other developed countries. How might the care delivery model be changed to affect change in this regard, and who is leading the way? Joining host Alicia Sutton to examine one states efforts to replace volume of care with value in care, driving down costs while improving outcomes, is Ray Saputelli, Executive Vice President of...

Duration: 00:16:00