Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania Office of Continuing Medical Education deployed EthosCE Learning Management System to automate and streamline their CME enterprise. Learn how we turned a 6-month backlog to real-time CE transcript management through mobile technology for Regularly Schedule Series and Grand Rounds... Read More
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Today we are excited to announce the release of EthosCE 7.4.1, the first update to the completely rebuilt version of EthosCE introduced in July 2014. We will continue to add improvements and new...
Thomas Jefferson Medical College Implements EthosCE Learning Management System for Continuing Medical EducationFounded in 1824, the Thomas Jefferson Medical College (now the Sidney Kimmel Medical College – SKMC) in Philadelphia, PA is implementing our EthosCE Learning Management System to streamline and...
Founded in 1824, the Thomas Jefferson Medical College (now the Sidney Kimmel Medical College – SKMC) in Philadelphia, PA is implementing our EthosCE Learning Management System to...
EthosCE is an award-winning, ACCME PARS-compliant learning management system designed to automate and streamline continuing medical education (CME) in medical associations, academic medical centers, education companies, and healthcare systems. Monthly subscription and enterprise-level, open source versions availabe.
Create Web-based Performance Improvement (PI) CME activities. Using the AMA A-B-C model, you can offer interactive PI programs with benchmarking, chart audits, email reminders as a stand-alone program or integrated with EthosCE Learning Management System
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