Newton, MA (PRWEB) July 08, 2014
Inflexxion, Inc., a behavioral health technology company that created and maintains PainEDU.org, an educational resource for clinicians treating patients with chronic pain, is pleased to announce the completion of an updated look for the PainEDU.org website.
“PainEDU is now clearer and easier for healthcare providers to find all the features they depend on like our opioid risk screening tools, expert interviews, CMEs and our educational tools designed to be a resource for clinicians and educators to use in classrooms, grand rounds, conferences, and for in-service education,” says Kevin L. Zacharoff, MD, Vice President of Medical Affairs at Inflexxion and Medical Director of PainEDU.
“Our goal is to provide the PainEDU community with an educational experience that is compelling from both an informational and interactive standpoint,” says Dana Cox, Creative Director at Inflexxion, who led the design efforts behind the PainEDU refresh.
With over 60,000 registered users, PainEDU is the leading non-promotional educational website for healthcare providers to enhance their understanding of pain management through interviews, articles, educational courses, and case studies. Registered users have access to valuable resources and opioid risk management tools including the Screener and Opioid Assessment for Patients with Pain (SOAPP®) and the Current Opioid Misuse Measure (COMM®) as well as continuing education credits at no cost through online case-based pain management courses.
Visit PainEDU.org for more information and register to receive free, unlimited access to all of the PainEDU.org resources.
Founded in 1989, Inflexxion develops scientifically based, interactive technologies and collects critical data that help people better their lives through behavioral change. Partners and customers rely on Inflexxion for online programs that reduce health-related risks, enhance clinical outcomes and positively influence quality of care. In addition, healthcare organizations and regulatory authorities use Inflexxion’s comprehensive databases to help improve care and inform public policy. Inflexxion has received over $65 million in grant support from the National Institutes of Health and Small Business Innovation Research Program.