Guiding principles

Interdisciplinary focus

Addressing the entire health care team in our programs, including the professions of medicine, nursing, pharmacy, dentistry, social work, and psychology.

Collaboration

Actively seeking to collaborate with state, national, and international specialty societies, academic medical centers, quality improvement experts, policy-making bodies, payers, employers, and other continuing education providers.

Valid content

Ensuring that our content is evidence-based and aligned with the best interests of patients and the public.

Educational rigor

Addressing specific performance gaps and designing interventions that are multifaceted and draw on theory and research.

Quality improvement

Improving health care providers’ performance by integrating new knowledge and skills into a context of their current practice. These include practice-enabling tools, comprehensive performance improvement activities and Maintenance of Certification (MOC) activities.

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