equipment has a unit cost of $250,000 or more and is purchased through Defense Health Program and Operations and Maintenance funds.
According to the announcement, the MedCases learning system combines interactive, problem-based instructional methods with convenient Internet access via Ovid Online to deliver users a high-quality medical education tool in a personalized format.
MedCases specializes in creating original medical education content and programs that combine interactive case-based learning with proprietary technology.
MedCases uses a proprietary, Internet-based system to deliver comprehensive, cost-effective learning with applications for academic medical centers, practicing physicians, health care delivery organizations, and pharmaceutical companies.
The MedCases Point of Care CME program is delivered in three steps.
The MedCases Medical Librarian will also provide users with the most up-to-date medical literature and will serve as an excellent complement to MedCases' Web-based, medical education programs.
The EDCME Web site was created by MedCases to educate physicians about the latest advances in the diagnosis and management of patients with erectile dysfunction (ED).
We are proud that this panel of highly respected industry peers recognizes MedCases and its vision of becoming the preeminent provider of e-learning for physicians.
We are committed to providing HAP member organizations with an extensive library of compelling case-based content," said MedCases President and Chief Executive Officer Deborah M.
ACCME accreditation seeks to assure both physicians and the public that continuing medical education activities provided by MedCases meet the high standards of the Essential Areas, Elements and Policies for Accreditation as specified by the ACCME.
MedCases simulated-patient scenarios are based on life-like patient situations where the patient presents certain symptoms and the user acts as the treating physician, working through standard steps of determining a differential diagnosis.
Under the terms of the agreement, CMEweb will offer physicians on its site access to MedCases dynamic database of simulated patient encounters for CME credits.