Pri-Med Partners With NHLBI’s Learn More Breathe Better to Provide Primary Care Clinicians With New Asthma Guidelines
Pri-Med’s ConnectED Learning program awarded for ‘Best Practice in Enduring Material Education Design and Evaluation’ by the National Association of Medical Education Companies.
Pri-Med and the Florida Medical Association (FMA) Partner to Present “Safe and Effective Prescribing of Controlled Substances in Florida” at Jacksonville Conference
Pri-Med has begun to make its Annual Conference CME sessions available in nearly real time.
Pri-Med Recognized for "Best-in-Class Award" from the Alliance for Continuing Education in the Health Professions
Pri-Med has been recognized by the Alliance for Continuing Education in the Health Professions (ACEhp) as "Best-in-Class" and will be featured at the Alliance Industry Summit.
Matt Gagalis, a healthcare executive, was named General Manager, Continuing Medical Education Programs.
Sue Novak, MD, a board-certified family physician and former Major in the United States Air Force, joins the Pri-Med clinical team.
Pri-Med announces Abraham Verghese, MD, MACP, nationally bestselling author and prominent voice in medicine, will present “The Care in Caring: High-Touch in a Hi-Tech Age” at Pri-Med East Annual Conference.
Rick Watson, a marketing and business development executive with a record of building profitable, global brands, was named Chief Executive Officer of DBC Pri-Med, LLC, a division of Diversified Communications.
Steward Health Care System Is First Accountable Care Organization (ACO) to Provide Personalized Education to Network Providers
New Learning Portal Uses Data to Help Providers Maximize Time Spent on CME
Panel Insight™ Uses Patient Panel Data to Identify Care Gaps and Deliver Personalized CME
CME Conference for Primary Care Physicians Ranks High in All Three Key Growth Indicators
Pri-Med and the University of South Carolina School of Medicine Launch National Ultrasound Education Initiative for Primary Care Clinicians
In the News
CBS Boston was at Pri-Med East as attendees participated in a “Stop the Bleed” workshop on how to best respond after a traumatic accident. Clinicians learned “how to apply pressure to a wound, pack a wound and (if possible) apply a tourniquet.” Read more about the “Stop the Bleed” initiative.