I am very impressed with their strategies in medical education and advanced technologies in data analytics and educational delivery.
FORT WASHINGTON, Pa. (PRWEB) March 19, 2019
The US HealthConnect group of CME companies today announced the expansion of the Scientific Affairs team with the hiring of industry expert William Mencia, M.D., FACEHP, CHCP. Dr. Mencia will serve as Vice President of Scientific Affairs in support of CME subsidiaries Prova Education, Omnia Education, Medtelligence, and AGILE.
“William’s expertise ranks at the top in our industry, and we are excited to infuse his strategic thinking and clinical expertise in support of our multiple CME companies,” said Rob Braun, President of US HealthConnect group of CME companies (known as TOPEC).
Dr. Mencia is a physician who has served in the field of continuing education for health professionals (CEhp) for the past 20 years. Most recently he was Vice President of Education and Medical Affairs for Med-IQ where he helped lead the growth of Med-IQ and its innovative educational solutions. In 2015, Dr. Mencia was awarded the Distinguished Fellowship by the Alliance for Continuing Education in the Health Professions (Alliance). Additional awards from the Alliance include Leadership Awards, the William Campbell Felch Award for Research in CME, and ‘Best Enduring Activity’. Dr. Mencia is an accomplished speaker in the CEhp community and has been published in numerous clinical and education journals.
“I am very impressed with their strategies in medical education and advanced technologies in data analytics and educational delivery,” Dr. Mencia said. “It is a pleasure to be working side-by-side with long-time industry colleagues, and I look forward to contributing to the growth and innovation.”
About US HealthConnect Inc. (USH) CME Companies
USH is a global organization whose subsidiaries are dedicated to improving the lives of patients and healthcare professionals through evidence-based education for clinicians. USH companies develop, produce, distribute, and measure the impact of education designed to improve the practice of medicine. CME subsidiaries include Omnia Education, a global leader in healthcare education for women’s health providers; Prova Education, experts in adult professional learning in oncology, primary care, cardiology, auto-immune diseases, and many more clinical areas; Medtelligence, a leader in cardiovascular and related education; and AGILE, the Academy for Global Interprofessional Learning and Education, a Europe-based company offering education in multiple languages to healthcare professionals across the globe.