Study: CME reduces costly errors

07/9/2013 | Medical Marketing & Media

Certified medical education programs save the health care system millions of dollars in avoided errors, a model by medical education firm CMEology showed. The study authors looked at clinician practice after two CME events sponsored by Baxter regarding bleeding-related complications of cardio-thoracic surgeries and found that clinicians who used the practices prevented complications or reoperations costing up to $15,000 each.

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