The goal of
the CME Network is to develop and implement educational activities
that facilitate learning, provide a valuable service, and improve
the knowledge, skills, and capabilities of health care professionals.
These activities become an indispensable reference source that a
health care professional will refer to time and again for improved
clinical performance and enhanced patient care.
To achieve such
goals, the CME Network strives to offer educational activities
in multiple modes of instructional and technological delivery, based
on adopting the "best of breed" concept. The CME Network
also develops integrated activities that address diagnosis, prognosis,
treatment, prevention, decision analysis, compliance, cost considerations,
and other clinical issues to assist in the generation of patient
diagnostic and management decisions. Finally, the CME Network employs
learning tools to encourage professional development, behavior modification,
and effective patient-physician communications.
The CME Network
commitment to total clinical education is reflected in the high
quality, credible, effective, comprehensive, and innovative programs.
Thus, all educational activities are directed toward delivering
comprehensive care or treating the "whole patient," and
to evaluate the patient in his/her entirety, not just with what
the patient may present during an interaction.
Drawing on a
network of leading experts, the CME Network develops clinical
content and programs that are accurate, current, and practical.
To guarantee accuracy of the content from both a clinical and a
"real world" perspective, the clinical content is reviewed
and approved by a quality assurance team and an Advisory Board.
In addition, our academic affiliations give us unique access to
leading experts and resources worldwide.