Continuing Medical Education (CME) has evolved
over the years to the point where it represents the “ideal” in
ethical, unbiased healthcare provider education. Today’s CME is
designed to meet documented educational deficits identified in
systematic needs assessments. By linking learning objectives
identified in needs assessments, our programs guide participants to
evidenced-based conclusions that lead to improved patient outcomes
and quality of life. Today’s CME can also be measured to assess the
educational impact of the curricula with the audience for whom the
content subject matter is appropriate.
MedLearning has been at the forefront of this
evolution. We understand implicitly, the guidelines and rules
governing CME and consistently work toward the goal of exemplary
performance with our accredited programs.
In addition to outstanding content development
and flawless execution of program logistics, MedLearning employs an
outcomes measurement matrix to our programs that validates our needs
assessments and quantifies the educational impact of our content.