Educational Activities

Online and live educational activities focused on ongoing quality improvement and the delivery of quality care.

A key component of ongoing quality improvement includes learning and adopting new and innovative ways of providing quality care to our patients while, at the same time, maximizing the efficiency in how that care is delivered.  For providers in the Clinically Integrated Network, four hours of relevant CME credits are required per year to meet the “Quality Improvement” additional participation metrics requirement.  The following CME courses are examples of how physicians can meet this requirement and stay abreast of how other organizations across the country are making an impact in the midst of health care reform.

Common Issues in Managing Patients with Type 2 Diabetes
Anne Peters, MD
1 Credit; Free
Expiration Date: 1/25/2018

Screening Seniors: the Good, the Bad and the Questionable 
Katherine E. Galluzi, DO, CMD, FACOFP
1.25 Credit; Free
Expiration Date: 9/20/2018

MACRA Primer for Busy Docs: 12 Things You Need to Know (Part 1 of 3)
Charles P. Vega, MD
0.5 Credit; Free
Expiration Date: 12/23/2017

MACRA Primer for Busy Docs: 12 Things You Need to Know (Part 2 of 3)
Charles P. Vega, MD
0.5 Credit; Free
Expiration Date: 12/23/2017

MACRA Primer for Busy Docs: 12 Things You Need to Know (Part 3 of 3)
Charles P. Vega, MD
0.5 Credit; Free
Expiration Date: 12/23/2017

Transforming Clinical Practice to Provide Patient-Centered Quality Care
Charles P. Vega, MD
0.5 Credit; Free
Expiration Date: 12/23/2017

The Care in Caring: High Touch in a Hi-Tech Age 
Abraham Verghese, MD, MACP
0.75 Credit; Free
Expiration Date: 04/26/2019

How Physicians Are Paid – Part 5: Winning in the World of MACRA Begins with Knowing the Rules 
John D. Goodson, MD, FACP
0.5 Credit; Free
Expiration Date: 10/26/2017

AHA 2016: Update on Lipid Lowering Therapies
James Underberg, MD; Marc Sabatine, MD; Michael Koren, MD; Joyce L. Ross, MSN, CRNP, CCS, FNLA, FPCNA
1.0 Credit; Free
Expiration Date: 01/16/2018

Population  Health Courses and Value-Based Care Courses

The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and the Bloomberg School of Public Health, in partnership with Normandale Community College, are jointly offering these courses.  Registrations will be opened shortly.   Please email MNHIT@normandale.edu to be added to the mailing list to stay updated on this training through the MN Health IT Program.  You can also visit www.mnhealthIT.com for updates on the courses below.

*Requires prerequisite: Population Health and the application of Health IT

Other CME Programs may meet the CI Participation requirement, subject to approval by Mount Sinai Health Partners staff.