Continuing Medical Education
Educational activities must be accurate, current and objectively presented with content appropriate in depth and scope for a physician audience and address demonstrated educational needs.
An educational purpose and/or objectives must be clearly identified, communicated and presented through appropriate learning formats. Evaluation mechanisms are used to assess an activity’s quality and relevance.
Documented monitoring of evidence-based quality measurements is used to develop objectives and topics for educational events offered to a multidisciplinary audience, and to measure gains in physician knowledge, competence, performance, and/or patient outcomes.