The Old Time CME

Continuing Medical Education, or CME, remains a big advantage for the US health system.

But like nearly every other aspect of medicine, CME has undergone radical change in recent years, and there will be more dramatic changes likely to be just ahead. Sure, Dr. Brown still attends an occasional out-of-town conference, but at the core of the CME effort in the new millennium lies the concept of a multimedia CME training location – a comprehensive, local information clearinghouse using the latest technology to aid the physician in the difficult new world of medicine while providing an exciting new opportunity for marketing.

Wide-ranging materials are available on most medical subjects, to provide the information physicians need to best serve their patients, and to advance their specialty training and education. Programs can be custom-tailored for each doctor, following an initial assessment that pinpoints his or her strengths and weaknesses. The staff (or someone on-line) then designs an individual study program with precisely