Awards and Honors

Alliance for Continuing Education in the Health Professions (ACEhp)

2018 Best in Class Outcomes People’s Choice Award at the Alliance Industry Summit (Managing Venous Thromboembolism: Exploring the Relationship Between Anticoagulant Treatment Decisions and Patient Outcomes)

2018 Thomas Pearson Memorial Award for Outstanding Leadership (William Mencia, MD, FACEHP, CHCP)

2018 Alliance Annual Conference Program Committee Chair (William Mencia, MD, FACEHP, CHCP)

2017 Best in Class Outcomes (Aligning Clinical Practice to Changing Guidelines: Technology Alone is Not the Answer)

2017 Best in Class Outcomes (Strategies for Reducing Outcomes Disparities in the Acute Management of Ischemic Stroke in the Southeastern US: A Targeted Educational Initiative for Emergency Department Care Teams)

2016 Best in Class Outcomes (Strategies for Success as a Patient-Centered Medical Home)

2016 Best in Class Outcomes (Are You Prepared for PrEP?)

*2016 Award for Outstanding Educational Collaboration (Improving HCV Recognition and Linkage to Care Among the Baby Boomer Generation: Using a Demonstrated Model of Success)

2016 Award for Outstanding CE Enduring Material (Medical Insiders: An In-Depth Look at Non-Insulin-Based Therapies for Type 2 Diabetes)

*2015 Best in Class Outcomes Best Practices Award (Age-Based Awareness and Action: Evaluating the Challenges and Impact of Expanded HCV Screening)

*2015 President’s Award (presented to Scott Weber, Med-IQ CEO; Catherine Bretz-Mullaney, Med-IQ VP Educational Services; Sara Miller, MS, Med-IQ Director, QI Institute, CE Strategy and Content; and Alison Bennett, Director, Educational Resources, for their outstanding and invaluable contributions to the planning, writing, and release of the ACEhp QIE Roadmap Initiative)

*2015 Leadership Award (Scott Weber, CEO)

*2015 Rising Star Award (Sara Miller, MS)

*2015 Distinguished Fellow (William Mencia, MD, FACEHP, CHCP)

*2014 Best in Class Outcomes Best Practices Award (Evaluating the Impact of Performance Improvement Strategies on Participant Practice Patterns in Type 2 Diabetes Care)

*2014 Best in Class Outcomes Best Practices Award (with NCQA; Performance Improvement Strategies in Clinical Depression: Tools for Achieving Adherence to Therapy)

2014 Best in Class Outcomes Best Practices Award (with AADE; Finding Common Ground in the Use of Insulin Pens: A Patient-Provider Exchange of Barriers and Solutions)

*2013 William Campbell Felch Award for Outstanding Research in CME (Evaluating the Impact of Performance Improvement Strategies on Participant Practice Patterns in Type 2 Diabetes Care)

2013 Award for Outstanding CME Collaboration Award (with Sisters Network of Baltimore for Women Empowered; A Community-Based Initiative to Improve Breast Health in African Americans)

*2013 Leadership Award (William Mencia, MD, FACEHP, CHCP)

2012 President’s Award (presented to Scott Weber, CEO, for outstanding service related to guidance about national advocacy issues and the National Disclosure System in 2011)

*2012 Award for Outstanding CME Outcomes Assessment (with the American College of Cardiology; The New ERA 1.0 project)

2011 William Campbell Felch Award for Outstanding Research in CME (Educational Needs Assessment for Prevention and Treatment of Arterial and Venous Thrombosis)

*2010 Distinguished Member Award (William Mencia, MD, FACEHP, CHCP)

Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME)

2016 ACCME Accreditation Workshop Faculty Award (William Mencia, MD, FACEHP, CHCP, Med-IQ VP of Education and Medical Affairs)

2014 ACCME Accreditation Workshop Faculty Award (William Mencia, MD, FACEHP, CHCP, Med-IQ VP of Education and Medical Affairs)

2012 ACCME Accreditation Workshop Faculty Award (William Mencia, MD, FACEHP, CHCP; Dr. Mencia was the first faculty member from a medical education and communications company to receive this award)

Graphic Design USA

2012 American In-House Design Award

2011 American In-House Design Award

National Institute for Quality Improvement and Education (NIQIE)

*2009 “Best Practice” Designation (Crew Resource Management and the Prevention of VTE in Surgery)

* Denotes awards for a quality improvement initiative.