Our CME program provides regularly scheduled clinical conferences in eight specialty areas. The program provides a Grand Rounds lecture series, with live broadcast to Redmond, Prineville, Madras, Burns, John Day and Lakeview, allowing those participants to receive credit as well. These lectures may also be viewed later through a video archive link. Grand Rounds are also held on-site in Prineville and Redmond. Other Live Activities include:
- Workshops in various specialty areas
- Workshops using Simulation with state-of-the-art wireless technology, providing realistic patient case-based simulation to help improve learner's critical thinking and decision-making skills.
- Joint sponsored CME activities
- Skills courses (NRP, PALS, ACLS) which are implemented by AHA Training Center Coordinator, Kasey Gross.
Internet Point of Care
Internet Point of Care Learning is a method of delivering CME that rewards the use of online, evidence-based resources to guide patient care. Through collaboration between our CME program and eeds™ , physicians can earn 0.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit TM each time they research a patient related issue — up to 20 Credits per year. The purpose of the IPoC Series is to provide structured, self-directed online learning for physicians on topics relevant to their clinical practice. See brochure for additional detail.
Performance Improvement CME
Performance improvement continuing medical education (PI CME) is a certified CME activity which an accredited CME provider structures a long-term three-stage process by which a physician or group of physicians learn about specific performance measures, assess their practice using the selected performance measures, implement interventions to improve performance related to these measures over a useful interval of time, and then reassess their practice using the same performance measures. For more information regarding PI CME, contact the CME manager.
Computer-based learning modules (for medical staff/affiliate staff)