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  • AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™
  • Participation
$20.00
COVID has significantly changed the way we deliver care. As the pandemic reaches a plateau, clinics are attempting to adapt to a new era of provision of combined virtual and in-person care while bearing in mind COVID-related risks. In addition to presenting operational challenges, this model presents challenges for team-based care and care of vulnerable populations. We share strategies employed by Dr. Hannah Jackson (Assistant Vice President and Chief Strategy Officer of Ambulatory Care at NYC Health + Hospitals) and Dr.
$0.00
This course includes the pre-training materials required to participate the live session for the CRICO Sponsored Virtual OR Teaming Training course. Please reserve one hour to review the attached materials and prepare for the live session.  
$0.00
DescriptionIn this virtual lecture series sponsored by the MGH & BWH Center for Clinical Data Science (CCDS), international experts will discuss a broad set of topics related to healthcare applications of Artificial Intelligence (AI).CME credit is available for MDs, DOs, NPs, and PAs.Participation certificates are available to Other Health Care Professionals including Information Technology professionals.
  • Cardiology
$0.00
The “Addressing Veterans’ Oral Health Needs” webinar is the first in the nation to solely focus on veterans’ access to dental care and is the result of the Maine Bureau of Veterans’ Services six-months needs assessment, “Oral Health Access for Maine’s Veterans.” This webinar provides the learner with background information on: VA Eli
  • AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™
  • Participation
$0.00
PROGRAM DESCRIPTIONThe goal of this activity is to share centralized resources such as a video library, guidelines and a site that lists vetted studies with clinical and administrative education team members, as well as individual providers throughout the system.SpeakerJames A. Gordon, MD, MPAChief Learning Officer & Director of the Learning Laboratory, Massachusetts General Hospital; Professor of Emergency Medicine and Medicine, Harvard Medical School
$0.00
Background: Despite increasing visibility and social acceptance, many transgender and gender diverse (TGD) people encounter discrimination when seeking medical care and/or limited knowledge of their health needs on the part of clinicians (2015 U.S. Transgender Survey Report).