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ArcheMedX and the New Jersey Academy of Family Physicians Announce the Launch of the First Accredited Virtual Course

Selected family physicians and patient-centered medical home teams can now participate in an eight-week virtual course, with some activities accredited for AAFP Prescribed credit, on the Treatment of Major Depressive Disorder. Charlottesville, VA (PRWEB) February 20, 2014 ArcheMedX and the New Jersey Academy of Family Physicians (NJAFP) launched the first ever virtual course, with educational
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New Data Shows ArcheMedX-Powered Education Achieves Significantly Better Learning Outcomes Than Traditional e-Learning

ArcheMedX-powered education has demonstrated consistent and repeatable improvements in learning, knowledge change, competency, and performance among learners. Charlottesville, VA (PRWEB) February 12, 2014 ArcheMedX released data today that demonstrates meaningful and significant improvement in learning among clinicians who participated in education powered by ArcheMedX and the company’s flagship self-directed e-learning solution, the ArcheViewer. Paired
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ArcheMedX and Imedex Announce Collaboration to Power the Imedex e-Learning Center

The ArcheMedX connected learning platform will simplify clinician learning across the more than 40,000 online educational experiences Imedex delivers each year. Orlando, FL (January 16th, 2014) ‐ ArcheMedX and Imedex announced a partnership and agreement today to deliver innovative, continuing medical education (CME) programs powered by the ArcheMedX Learning Architecture, an
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Featured Article: New CME Architecture Aims to Enable Better Learning

By Sue Pelletier | MeetingsNet “There’s an assumption that CME providers tend to make—we have all made it—that learners know what to do with the information they gather during continuing medical education activities, that learners know how to learn efficiently,” says Medical Meetings columnist, research scientist, and educational technologist Brian S. McGowan, PhD. “While