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The Importance of Continuing Medical Education

July 6, 2020

Andrea Funk, has been in the medical education industry since 2011. During her time with the Global Education Group, she’s focused on program management and operations with an emphasis on customer service. Andrea received her degree in business from the University of Denver. When she isn’t managing programs, mentoring employees, or completing outcomes and reconciliations, she likes to spend her time painting, crocheting, or at concerts.

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Engaging in continuing medical education has assisted medical providers with adding Shared Decision-Making (SDM) to their toolbox. Explore this unique approach. The Health Decision Science Center shares the benefits and impact of this form of patient and physician communication.

Not sure where to begin in your Continuing Medical Education journey? The Global Education Group can help. With partners, they develop relevant and evidence-based content for both primary and specialty care providers. Learn more about their group.

As medical technology advances, so do the methods used to deliver Continuing Medical Education to the healthcare practitioners who need it. Continuing Medical Education is meeting the challenges of the digital age. Read all about it.

Our CMEs and Career Advancement blog walks us through the benefits and importance of continuing medical education. The advantages are career lasting and transformative to our profession. Let’s keep advancing with CMEs.