Pri-Med Press Release

Two Pri-Med Employees Named to NAMEC Board of Directors to Help Advance CME

Meg Oliverio, MD, and Debi Susalka to Serve on NAMEC Board Through January 2025


BOSTON — January 31, 2022 Pri-Med, a leader in continuing medical education, is pleased to share that Meg Oliverio, MD, and Debi Susalka were elected to the National Association of Medical Education Companies (NAMEC) Board of Directors. Dr. Oliverio, medical director at Pri-Med, and Ms. Susalka, vice president of education program development at Pri-Med, will each serve a three-year term as director.

They’ll join six other board members in guiding NAMEC to best represent the interests of medical education companies (MECs), including advocating for MECs and educating the professionals who work for them.

“As a medical director at Pri-Med, I’ve been focused on developing timely, relevant education based on the latest clinical insights with the ultimate goal of improving patient care and health outcomes,” said Dr. Oliverio. “I’m honored to continue this mission with NAMEC, working with contributors throughout the healthcare community.”

“I’m thrilled to join the NAMEC board and serve alongside such great advocates for medical education,” said Ms. Susalka. “I look forward to the opportunity to collaborate with my colleagues to advance the impact of CME.”

Dr. Oliverio and Ms. Susalka’s terms began in January 2022 and will run through January 2025. To learn more about NAMEC’s board of directors announcement, visit

About Pri-Med

Pri‐Med is an operating division of Diversified Communications. Based in Boston, Massachusetts, the organization has been a trusted source of professional medical education to over 330,000 clinicians since 1995. Through in-person conferences in cities across the US and online courses at, clinicians rely on Pri‐Med for opportunities to engage with local peers, meet internationally renowned faculty and participate in world‐class educational activities. For more information, visit