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Medtelligence has always presented timely and new concepts geared to the cardiovascular community and delivered these in an outstanding format through a superb faculty.EndQuote
Alan B. Miller, MD, FACC
Professor of Medicine

Program Planning

The Continuum
For our team, planning an initiative is not triggered by an RFP (Request for Proposal): rather, it is part of a continuum of research, analysis, and ongoing communication with leading universities, academicians, clinicians, CME providers, medical associations, and other healthcare experts to identify educational needs. Because of these partnerships, we are able to take a proactive stance in working together to design programs that respond to clinical challenges, with the goal of improving patient care.

Solid Foundation
The architecture of each educational initiative is supported by a comprehensive needs assessment which includes a review of relevant medical literature and clinician surveys. Each needs assessment reflects the culmination of discussions with our partners regarding relevant data and optimal ways of bringing evidence-based education to our audiences. These discussions are vital to ensure the success of multiple learning opportunities.

Focus and Structure
Because of our thoroughness and diligence in laying the foundation for an initiative, we approach each task with clarity and confidence. Our focus is uniform from department to department as we develop content and collaborate on creative components. From start to finish, our work flow is structured by internal procedures, check points, and routine evaluations that ensure quality control and full compliance with ACCME guidelines.