Tag : collaboration

Healio.com Education Lab & ArcheMedX Announce Collaboration

Providers of CME/CE for healthcare professionals now can deliver ArcheViewer-powered education initiatives to clinicians across 19 specialties within the Healio.com Education Lab ArcheMedX is pleased to announce a new collaboration with Healio.com Education Lab. Since the launch of the ArcheMedX digital learning and insights platform in 2013, providers of CME/CE for
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NAMEC Recognizes ACHL, ArcheMedX and Partners With 2017 ‘Best Practice in Collaboration Among CME Stakeholders’ Award

ACHL, Pro-ficiency, Simumetrix and ArcheMedX were recognized ​​for collaboration on The Evolution of Therapies for NSCLC: Navigating New Therapies & Counseling Patients in Clinical Decisions CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va., May 2, 2018 (Newswire.com) - The Academy of Continued Healthcare Learning (ACHL), Pro-ficiency, Simumetrix and ArcheMedX have been recognized by The National Association of Medical Education Companies (NAMEC) for their innovative collaboration on The Evolution
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Celebrating Innovation in Charlottesville as ArcheMedX Named a Leading Tech Innovator by the Charlottesville Business Innovation Council (CBIC)

ArcheMedX is honored to be named a leading tech innovator by the Charlottesville Business Innovation Council (CBIC) and will be recognized later today at the 18th Annual CBIC Awards Gala hosted at the esteemed Boar's Head Inn. This year’s Awards Gala is designed as an evening of inspiration celebrating #CVilleTech
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NAMEC Recognizes ArcheMedX and Partners for “Best Practices in Collaboration Among CME Stakeholders” Award

Imedex, the University of Nebraska Medical Center, Center for Continuing Education and College of Nursing Continuing Nursing Education, ArcheMedX, and breast cancer survivors recognized for a unique series of online CME-certified activities ALPHARETTA, GA (PRWEB) JANUARY 21, 2016 On January 12, 2016, Imedex, LLC, based in in Alpharetta, GA, and its collaborating
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ABSTRACT: Fostering professionalism among doctors: the role of workplace discussion groups

BACKGROUND: The professionalism of doctors has come in for increasing scrutiny and discussion, within the profession and in society. Professionalism has also become of central interest in undergraduate and postgraduate medical education. There is a great deal of debate about the nature of medical professionalism, how to promote it and what

RESOURCE: 20 Options for Real-Time Collaboration Tools

Real-time collaboration has become an essential component of working and learning online, since these tasks are never complete without collaboration. There are many times, when collaborating online in real-time becomes a necessity to keep people involved, make them work together and to keep teams focused to accomplish business goals. With real-time

ABSTRACT: The Pictor Technique A Method for Exploring the Experience of Collaborative Working

Collaborative working is a crucial part of contemporary health and social care. Researching the experiences of those involved—as professionals, patients, or carers—is challenging, given the complexity of many cases and the taken-for-granted nature of roles and identities in relation to it. In this article we introduce the Pictor technique for

RESOURCE: 20 Tips for Creating a Professional Learning Network

Networking is a prime form of 21st century learning.  The world is much smaller thanks to technology.  Learning is transforming into a globally collaborative enterprise.  Take for example scientists; professional networks allow the scientific community to share discoveries much faster. Just this month, a tech news article showcased how Harvard scientists

MANUSCRIPT: Mapping Physician Networks with Self- Reported and Administrative Data

Objective: To assess whether connections between physicians based on shared patients in administrative data correspond with professional relationships between physicians. Data Sources/Study Setting: Survey of physicians affiliated with a large academic and community physicians’ organization and 2006 Medicare data from a 100 percent sample of patients in the Boston Hospital referral region. http://humannaturelab.net/wp-content/themes/human-nature-lab/media/pdf/publications/articles/122.pdf

MANUSCRIPT: Physician Patient-sharing Networks and the Cost and Intensity of Care in US Hospitals

Background: There is substantial variation in the cost and intensity of care delivered by US hospitals. We assessed how the structure of patient-sharing networks of physicians affiliated with hospitals might contribute to this variation. http://humannaturelab.net/wp-content/themes/human-nature-lab/media/pdf/publications/articles/128.pdf