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Full List of Awards

  • Winner, Alliance for Continuing Education in Health Professions (ACEHP)
    William Campbell Felch Award for Outstanding Research in Continuing Education, 2018
    A Tale of Two Systems: Standardizing Primary Care Pain Management Across Two Physician Practice Groups
  • Winner, Alliance for Continuing Education in Health Professions (ACEHP)
    Innovation in the CME/CPD Enterprise, 2016
    School-based program improving care pathways for children who have asthma exacerbations at school, reducing 911 calls and absenteeism.
  • Winner, Alliance for Continuing Education in Health Professions (ACEHP) Alliance Industry Summit’s
    Best in Class Outcomes Award, 2016
    School-based program improving care pathways for children who have asthma exacerbations at school, reducing 911 calls and absenteeism.
  • Co-Recipient, Alliance for Continuing Education in Health Professions (ACEHP)
    Outstanding Educational Collaboration, 2016
    Working with three academic organizations and a medical education company to conduct
    a national hepatitis C screening campaign
  • Winner, Alliance for Continuing Education in Health Professions (ACEHP)
    William Campbell Felch Award for Outstanding Research in Continuing Education, 2015
    Comparing the effectiveness of two educational methodologies on diagnostic accuracy (live and online activity)
  • Winner, Alliance for Continuing Education in Health Professions
    Most Outstanding CE Outcomes Project, 2013
    A regional series of reinforcing activities on COPD management that resulted in a
    $17 million healthcare expenditure savings by reducing preventable hospitalizations for COPD.
  • Winner, ACEHP Medical School Member Section
    Great Ideas Award, 2013
    Aligning Quality Management with Professional Development
  • Winner of the ACEHP
    Most Outstanding Industry-Supported Certified CME Activity, 2012
    A national program on fibromyalgia diagnosis and management that educated more than
    20,000 health care providers and resulted in improved competence and performance.
  • Winner of the ACEHP
    Most Outstanding Industry-Supported Certified CME Activity, 2006
    DVD-based diabetes education curriculum
  • Winner of the Health & Science Communications Association (HeSCA)
    Bronze medal in the CME category, 2005
    DVD-based diabetes education curriculum
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