Overview

Center for Independent Healthcare Education (Center) is committed to enhancing the quality of care of patients by providing the healthcare team with scientifically sound, balanced, and evidence-based educational activities that impact their knowledge, competence and performance. We believe that by arming the healthcare team with an understanding of the clinical application of evidence-based medicine, better patient outcomes can be achieved.

Accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) and the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE), Center certifies continuing education activities for physicians and pharmacists.

Center, in collaboration with non-accredited educational providers, has successfully produced initiatives in the therapeutic areas of infectious diseases, cardiovascular medicine, rheumatology, urology, pain, pulmonary medicine, and metabolic disorders. Live activities have included regional meetings, symposia at national meetings, simulcasts, and webinars. Enduring material activities have included on-demand webinars, virtual professors, podcasts, educational websites, journal supplements, monographs, and newsletters.

We are leaders in the application of Adult Learning Principles, within the context of needs-based, independent and high-quality educational programming. Our CME activities, as measured through program and outcomes evaluations, help to close practice gaps and modify clinical practice behaviors with the ultimate goal of improving patient health outcomes.


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Center for Independent Healthcare Education is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians and by ACPE to provide continuing education for pharmacist. Center has achieved the highest level of accreditation, Accreditation with Commendation, with the term through March 2028.

Featured Activities



This activity is designed to introduce clinicians to the concept map approach to address key unmet needs when managing serious Gram-negative bacterial infections, such as timely diagnosis, appropriate initial treatment selection, and assessing outcomes.



This activity focuses on reviewing the latest population-based data supporting the benefits of the HPV vaccine and offers clinicians strategies to overcome barriers to vaccination.



This activity builds skills in the understanding of how to utilize patient-provider communication and management approaches to improve patient health outcomes while reducing OAB disease burden.

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