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Criterion 16: #164984 - Compliance
The provider has developed a 4-year curriculum for a Fellowship program, including CME webinar activities, to provide experience in fracture management principles and techniques and improve the surgical skills of practicing orthopedic and general surgeons interested in trauma.
Criterion 16: #49842 - Compliance
The provider performs practice risk assessments for its learners on request and invites learners to participate in risk management telephone consultation. Specific CME activities are suggested for the learner as a result of these assessments. The provider also reports that one of its related… More
Criterion 16: #49877 - Compliance
The provider’s CME program is closely tied to performance improvement initiatives in the organization. For example, a recent hospital performance improvement and quality initiative was developed to reduce readmission rates for pneumonia and heart failure patients. Chart audits are being… More
Criterion 16: #7106 - Compliance
The provider’s organizational structure has positioned CME to be a change agent within the organization. CME leaders of the institution have been strategically placed within key organizational groups that have as goals and work initiatives to improve physician’s professional practice. For example,… More
Criterion 16: #7113 - Noncompliance
The provider presented an example of one activity that integrates CME into the process for improving professional practice. Rationale: One example is insufficient to demonstrate the CME program integrates CME into the process for improving practice.