EthosCE Learning Management System I Continuing Medical Education

400,000+ health professionals have earned over 6 million continuing education (CE) credits using EthosCE Learning Management System.

Features

EthosCE PRO

Software-as-a-Service

One monthly low price. One powerful LMS. Our most popular and economical plan for most medical associations, academic CME centers, and healthcare systems.

EthosCE Enterprise

Open Source

One powerful learning management system fully customized to your brand, feature sets, and source code. Ideal for large associations, academic centers, and health systems.

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+Easy-to-Use and Affordable

+Branded Interface

+Unlimited Learners & Courses

+Mobile-Friendly

+Graded Assessments & Evaluations

+Personal Profiles & CE Transcripts

+ACCME PARS, CE Broker, CPE Monitor

+24/7 Reporting

+SCORM, Tin Can & Digital Media Support

+e-Commerce & Shopping Cart

+Fully Hosted or Open Source Versions

+Expert Help Desk and Onsite Training

+Integrations with 3rd Party Applications

+Data Migration

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EthosCE Customers Share Inspiring Models of Success At 2017 Annual User Conference

We are pleased to have concluded our very successful 2017 Annual EthosCE User Conference in San Francisco, CA on January 24.  The event is designed to bring together our medical association, academic health centers, and insurance clients to discuss: new EthosCE LMS features, for participants and presenters to share Best Practices, and advance the EthosCE Product Map for the future.

This year we were joined by a wonderful panel of presenters from the CME community to share how they are leveraging EthosCE to advance the delivery of continuing education in the health professions.  The presentations sparked significant discussion among attendees and highlighted some impressive metrics and models for people to take back to their organizations.

Keynote Speaker Robert Bartel, MS, Chief Innovation Officer at the Endocrine Society, gave a wonderful presentation on an often neglected topic:  "Developing Revenue Streams in CME."

Rob discussed how the Endocrine Society has continued to expand and advance revenue from educational content.  ...

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EthosCE statement on refugee travel ban

EthosCE condemns Donald Trump’s discriminatory, unconstitutional order of Friday, January 27, 2017. We believe it will have a negative impact on the free flow of talent, ideas and trade in our fields of technology and medical education. Such actions will ultimately have a detrimental effect on patient care and outcomes, and are just plain immoral.

Saying Thanks to our Community of Customers

The day after the 2017 EthosCE user group meeting, I am still feeling the warm glow of coming together with a group of people who use EthosCE every day. Our team puts a lot of ourselves into EthosCE. Years of effort, building relationships, difficult decisions, growth, setbacks and rewards. Yesterday was a day that let us know we're doing good work. And, perhaps unsurprisingly, it came more from the relationships we've created than the product we create.

 

An LMS administrator community!

 

In CME, when we talk about a learning community, we're usually talking about healthcare professionals – the "learners." But at the EthosCE user group meeting, it was the LMS administrators who formed a learning community.

The attendees inspired each other and shared examples of their best work: problems they had solved, efficiencies they had gained, outcomes that had been improved. Those that struggled with challenges were inundated with suggestions and ideas to try. Those that had achieved success were cheered and applauded.

Our learning community of LMS administrators did more than just learn technical solutions from each other, they supported each other as colleagues, healthcare educators, business managers, CME experts, technologists and humans.

 

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