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How Standards for Commercial Support Impact Your CME

As a healthcare provider, you’re subject to a lot of information about how you should treat your patients, especially as new techniques, tools and technologies are introduced. Some of these influential sources have promotional or commercial intent, like a device manufacturer or pharmaceutical company. While these sources are not inherently…
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CME Requirements by State

The following is a guide to state CME requirements in the states that require practitioners to earn AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™ in order to maintain a license to practice medicine in that state. All state CME requirements indicate directives for MDs and/or DOs unless otherwise specified. Please see your…
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What is Professional Development in Healthcare?

A challenging and ever-changing industry like healthcare demands an updating of skills to improve health outcomes and patient satisfaction. But healthcare professionals, while devoted to care, are not simply care providers. They are employees, team members and working people with career aspirations. In order to excel in healthcare one needs…
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Wellness Tips for Preventing Burnout

As researchers investigate the causes and effects of physician burnout on both the practitioner and healthcare industry as a whole, one thing is clear: prevention remains the best deterrent to the skyrocketing rate of physician burnout. The factors leading to burnout are complex but are generally the result of high…
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The Similarities and Differences of CME and CNE

Advanced medical practitioners newer to continuing education and advanced credentialing opportunities may wonder what the difference is between two common acronyms in healthcare: CME and CNE. What is CNE? CNE stands for Certified Nurse Educator®, a voluntary credential earned by those who desire to teach nursing professionally. Certified Nurse Educators…
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Time Management Tips and Tools for Healthcare Professionals

The clinical team is the heart of any healthcare system. As such, they are often counted on to complete substantial administrative duties in addition to delivering exceptional care. Ever-increasing patient volumes, regulatory requirements and business procedures put tremendous pressure on their time and effort. This makes time management an important…
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