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HCPLive's New CME Credits Help Physicians Stay Connected and Save Time

          


For Immediate Release
 
HCPLive Now Offers CME Credit, Making It Easier Than Ever for Physicians to Stay Connected and Save Time
 
Physicians can now earn up to 0.25 AMA PRA Category 1 credits per article while they keep up with the latest news and developments in their specialty.
 
In partnership with the Continuing Medical Education Program at the University of Cincinnati, HCPLive offers FREE CME credit for select articles.
 
Plainsboro, NJ – January 6, 2011– HCPLive.com announces the launch of the new CME portal on its website, featuring unique CME-accredited articles covering the latest clinical and industry news for a wide range of medical specialties, all available at no charge to physicians.
 
Published by Intellisphere, LLC, HCPLive has long been a leading source of news and information for busy health care professionals. Now, with its new CME offerings, HCPLive further meets the educational needs of physicians who want to keep abreast of the latest clinical research, technology news, and developments in clinical practice. CME-accredited articles on HCPLive are designed to enable physicians to quickly review findings from studies published in peer-reviewed clinical journals, practice guidelines and recommendations from professional medical societies and other industry groups, and other news and information that will help them provide better care to their patients.
 
“Physicians today are busier than ever, and must balance a demanding patient care schedule with the need to remain up to date on current research and developments in their specialty,” said Mike Hennessy, founder and CEO of MJH & Associates, which owns Intellisphere. “Our new CME offerings provide the ideal way for physicians to fulfill part of their continuing education requirements quickly and easily and at no cost.”
 
HCPLive is proud to be working with the Continuing Medical Education Program at the University of Cincinnati to provide this educational service to its physician audience. Kay Weigand, Program Director for the Office of Continuing Medical Education of the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, says that the partnership with HCPLive “offers a unique opportunity to extend the educational mission of our institution and reach an audience of more than 200,000 physicians through HCPLive’s online and print channels. We look forward to working with the editors and physician advisors to provide unique content that helps physicians meet their continuing education requirements.”
 
HCPLive and the University of Cincinnati have already collaborated to produce more than a dozen accredited articles, with plans to add three new articles each week, with some focusing on issues that are relevant to several medical specialties. All CME content will be available at no charge to physicians who register with HCPLive. In addition to the ability to access these valuable resources online at the HCPLive CME portal, registered users will also receive a link to a new CME article each week via an HCPLive eDigest e-mail newsletter. Physicians who would like to register for FREE with HCPLive to access the CME articles and other valuable resources, tools, and information the site offers should visit www.hcplive.com/register.
 
Visit www.hcplive.com/cme today to access the current CME offerings, and be sure to check back for regular updates.
 
For more information, contact Bill Schu, Group Editorial Director, at bschu@mdng.com or call 609-716-7777.
 
 
About HCPLive.com
HCPLive is the preeminent destination for physicians, pharmacists, managed care executives, and other health care professionals who are looking for news and information that can help them provide better care. Our unique content is organized by specialty, by publication, and by audience, and it includes features from the MDNG family of print journals, Oncology Net Guide, Oncology Nurses, Oncology & Biotechnology News, Pharmacy Times, The American Journal of Managed Care, The American Journal of Pharmacy Benefits, as well as the online site for Physicians Money Digest. At HCPLive, you will find all the information from the print publications and a host of additional features, including CME and CE courses, Web exclusives, blogs from healthcare experts, patient perspectives, seminars, videos, and more. HCPLive is the most comprehensive portal on the Web for today's busy health care professional.
 
About Intellisphere
Intellisphere is a leading provider of healthcare publishing, research, information, and education for the medical industry. Operating within both traditional and digital mediachannels that support the dissemination of content on healthcare technology and clinical research, our company serves the needs of hundreds of thousandsof general practitioners, specialists, nurses, pharmacists, and managed care professionalsthrough an extensive suite of magazines, journals, e-mail databases, websites, events, and personal meetings.
 
About the Continuing Medical Education Program at the University of Cincinnati
The mission of the CME Program at the University of Cincinnati shall be to improve the quality of patient health by developing and implementing strategies to identify and narrow gaps between current and optimal clinical performance and patient outcomes. Additionally, as an integral part of an Academic Health Center, the Office of Continuing Medical Education will support the institutional mission of training health care professionals to enhance and improve the quality of life for people everywhere by discovering, teaching, and applying knowledge in the health sciences.

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