Now we have new effective therapeutic options to improve care to patients. This series offers a truly interactive learning experience.
Dallas, TX (PRWEB) July 19, 2015
Antidote Education Company and ArcheMedX are pleased to provide emergency department physicians and residents, hospitalists, cardiologists and other clinicians who treat patients with Acute Heart Failure an interactive, three-part continuing medical education e-learning series to address gaps in the treatment of the disease – “New Horizons: Effective Management of Acute Heart Failure.”
A nationally recognized faculty panel led by William Abraham, MD Professor of Internal Medicine and Director, Division of Cardiovascular Medicine at the Ohio State University, presents this practice relevant content for emergency room physicians, cardiologists, hospitalists, residents and other healthcare professionals who treat patients with acute heart failure.
James Januzzi, MD, Hutter Family Professor of Medicine in Cardiology at Massachusetts General Hospital and The Harvard Medical School, notes the benefits gained by emergency room physicians, cardiologists, and their health care teams participating in this series of educational activities, stating, “The knowledge base in acute heart failure continues to expand and change, and educational activities such as this are critically important for active clinicians to stay up to date. This contemporary summary of the current understanding of diagnosis, phenotyping, and management in acute heart failure by well-recognized experts in the field is greatly beneficial."
“Acute Heart Failure is a syndrome that confronts every practicing clinician at some time. We’ve treated acute heart failure the same way for many years, but now we have new effective therapeutic options to improve care to patients. This series offers a truly interactive learning experience,” described Michael Fleming, MD, Antidote’s Chief Medical Officer. “New Horizons: Effective Management of Acute Heart Failure” will provide clinicians a personalized learning experience designed to empower practicing physicians with the most current information about the effective management of acute heart failure.
This educational series is being powered by the award-winning ArcheViewer educational platform, designed to simplify learning by allowing learners to archive relevant lessons to their personal "learning stream;" take and synchronize notes at any moment during the activity; set critical reminders that prompt the learners to reflect and apply what they have learned over time; search through and review resources (i.e., articles, studies, tools) selected by faculty; and submit questions directly to faculty.
Learners now have immediate access to these activities at visiting FreeCME.
About Antidote Education Company
For over two decades, Antidote Education Company has been championing the educational needs of healthcare providers. Founded in 1991, Antidote has focused on bringing engaging, practice relevant education that can have an immediate impact on patient lives to healthcare providers. This is accomplished by developing valuable initiatives for audiences-- by incorporating evidence-based CME, delivering unique education to geographic areas that are often educationally underserved and focusing on patient outcomes. Our mission is to improve the care provided to patients by providing high-quality, relevant, and practical continuing medical education. Please visit http://antidotecme.com to learn more.
ArcheMedX is a healthcare informatics and e‐learning technology company with the singular mission to build the structure required to transform medical education through new connected learning and assessment models. By engineering an informatics‐powered architecture that organizes and connects the natural learning actions of clinicians in one system, ArcheMedX simplifies lifelong learning and streamlines the process of educational planning, assessment and support. Visit http://www.archemedx.com for more information.