Featured Programs (Specialty)

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Maintaining Transplant Integrity: Side Effects of and Adherence to CNIs

This is a two-part, ArcheViewer-powered mini-curriculum that focuses on the prevention and management of side effects associated with CNI therapy and looks at measures to improve patient adherence to CNI therapy in the post-transplant setting. By leveraging the novel activity creation tools within the ArcheViewer, Educators have created 36 unique Learning Moments across these two Activities that have been designed to drive reflection and create moments for deeper learning!

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Participatory Medicine In IPF: Bridging Communication Gaps Between Clinicians, Patients & Caregivers

This initiative is comprised of two ArcheViewer-powered activities intended to engage clinicians treating patients with idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis (IPF). Both educational activities include didactic clinical reviews, interactive case studies, and faculty discussion on IPF. This initiative also links to a separate patient education activity that is designed to compliment the HCP-directed education to support a shared decision-making approach when it comes to the discussion of available therapies. Since its launch more than 90% of learners that have begun these activities have completed them!


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Acute Heart Failure

This CME program, powered by the ArcheViewer, provides a clinical update on the management of Acute De-compensated Heart Failure (ADHF) for emergency department physicians and residents, hospitalists, and cardiologists. This three-part series seeks to address gaps in the treatment of ADHF and enables the Antidote Education team to create a more agile education experience – one that improves learning, retention, and recall over time.

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Measuring and Improving Quality Care in Rheumatoid Arthritis

This initiative provides healthcare professionals with the opportunity to receive 20 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM by participating in a performance improvement program and to submit data provided through their participation to The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) Physician Quality Reporting System (PQRS) for 2014 or 2015 PQRS Credit. This is the first program designed to leverage the ArcheViewer e-learning software platform in support of performance improvement CME and is intended to assist with the implementation of Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA) Quality Measures that are endorsed by the American College of Rheumatology (ACR).  

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 Patient-Centric Care for Parkinson’s Disease

This CME program led by Hubert H. Fernandez, MD, FAAN, FANA of the Cleveland Clinic, provides learners a four-part web series to improve detection and treatment of early to advanced stages of Parkinson’s disease. These interactive activities utilize actual patient case vignettes, in-lesson polling, and synchronized educator notes to create a personalized learning experience that drives retention and improves patient-centric care.

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Fetal Cardiology

This three-part online series was designed by the University of Virginia School of Medicine to help improve congenital heart disease detection rates in obstetrics and maternal fetal medicine offices through fetal cardiac screening processes. It was created by blending slides and audio recordings from a live symposium into a more engaging online program designed to take full advantage of the ArcheViewer learning architecture, enabling UVA staff to quickly and effectively extend the reach of their content to the thousands of clinicians who were unable to attend the live meeting.

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Multiple Sclerosis Management

This CME program on Multiple Sclerosis focuses on recent and emerging clinical trial data, individualized treatment plans, recent science, and the management of every stage of the disease. The program involves an enduring, learner-driven, interactive webseries powered by ArcheMedX that provides optimum participant retention of knowledge and enables educators to “nudge” learners in real-time.

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