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Advancing CME Models to Drive Learner Engagement, Patient Outcomes and CME/CE Value

September 16-17, 2019
  • Philadelphia, PA

CBI’s 17th Annual Independent Medical Education and Grants Summit convenes commercial supporters, providers (MECCs, Medical Specialty Societies and Academic Medical Institutions) and other key healthcare stakeholders to address leading industry issues centered around improving and standardizing outcomes/assessment methodologies, understanding learner needs, linking CME to patient/healthcare impact and demonstrating the value of CME. This year’s program assembles an impressive faculty of 30+ industry leaders to share perspectives and engage in a robust dialogue examining new innovations, tools and future trends in high-quality medical education.

INTERACTIVE PANELS, IN-CONFERENCE WORKSHOPS & CASE PRESENTATIONS ADDRESS:

  • Design learning models to maximize engagement and yield meaningful behavior change
  • Explore how health systems engage specialty audiences and increase perceived value of medical education
  • Understand how to develop new and repackage current
    CME/CE programs to meet MIPS requirements
  • Discuss how the industry can better respond and adapt to learner needs as patients assume a greater role in managing health
  • Transform education outcomes data for optimal impact
    through peer reviewed publications
  • Address the challenges of embedding innovative technologies
    into CME/CE
  • Identify approaches to crystallize the impact story and
    CME value to internal stakeholders
  • Assess the impact of CME/CE offerings on HCPs and
    patient outcomes
  • Understand the challenges of embedding emerging technologies into CME/CE
  • Adapt global CME program models to address specific regional education needs and preferences

Previous Attendee Acclaim for
CBI’s Grants Conference:

Very informative and comprehensive. Great variety and inclusive perspectives from both providers and sponsors.

Medical Affairs Coordinator, Merrimack Pharmaceuticalserence

The information exchange was insightful and helped
validate and guide current and future decision making
for US and global IME activities.

Associate Director, APA Pediatric & Adolescent Vaccines, Merck

Kudos for another great conference. One of the things I
truly appreciate about CBI conferences is the high level
of discussion and the mind sharing that takes place.
It’s not about presentations but about having smart conversations about challenges and especially solutions. Insights provided are extremely valuable and useful.

Vice President, Education and Medical Affairs, Med-IQ

17th Annual Independent Medical Education and Grants Summit

Advancing CME Models to Drive Learner Engagement, Patient Outcomes and CME/CE Value

CBI’s 17th Annual Independent Medical Education and Grants Summit convenes commercial supporters, providers (MECCs, Medical Specialty Societies and Academic Medical Institutions) and other key healthcare stakeholders to address leading industry issues centered around improving and standardizing outcomes/assessment methodologies, understanding learner needs, linking CME to patient/healthcare impact and demonstrating the value of CME. This year’s program assembles an impressive faculty of 30+ industry leaders to share perspectives and engage in a robust dialogue examining new innovations, tools and future trends in high-quality medical education.

INTERACTIVE PANELS, IN-CONFERENCE WORKSHOPS & CASE PRESENTATIONS ADDRESS:

  • Design learning models to maximize engagement and yield meaningful behavior change
  • Explore how health systems engage specialty audiences and increase perceived value of medical education
  • Understand how to develop new and repackage current
    CME/CE programs to meet MIPS requirements
  • Discuss how the industry can better respond and adapt to learner needs as patients assume a greater role in managing health
  • Transform education outcomes data for optimal impact
    through peer reviewed publications
  • Address the challenges of embedding innovative technologies
    into CME/CE
  • Identify approaches to crystallize the impact story and
    CME value to internal stakeholders
  • Assess the impact of CME/CE offerings on HCPs and
    patient outcomes
  • Understand the challenges of embedding emerging technologies into CME/CE
  • Adapt global CME program models to address specific regional education needs and preferences

Previous Attendee Acclaim for
CBI’s Grants Conference:

Very informative and comprehensive. Great variety and inclusive perspectives from both providers and sponsors.

Medical Affairs Coordinator, Merrimack Pharmaceuticalserence

The information exchange was insightful and helped
validate and guide current and future decision making
for US and global IME activities.

Associate Director, APA Pediatric & Adolescent Vaccines, Merck

Kudos for another great conference. One of the things I
truly appreciate about CBI conferences is the high level
of discussion and the mind sharing that takes place.
It’s not about presentations but about having smart conversations about challenges and especially solutions. Insights provided are extremely valuable and useful.

Vice President, Education and Medical Affairs, Med-IQ