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Developed in collaboration with Joint Commission Resources, this comprehensive CME/CE series consists of an online publication, as well as an interactive Webcast. The series is designed to heighten the awareness of and adherence to evidence-based guideline recommendations for the prevention of stroke in patients with atrial fibrillation (AF). Access one or both of the complimentary educational activities below.
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This series is supported by an educational grant from Janssen Pharmaceuticals, Inc., administered by Janssen Scientific Affairs, LLC.

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The trifecta of healthcare improvement: value-based care, quality improvement, and technology.

See how Med-IQ is helping to enhance patient outcomes in these short videos.

Scott Weber, CEO Med-IQ

From Volume to Value-Based Care: The Role of the CME Enterprise

Scott Weber, CEO,
Med-IQ

Allison Gardner, PhD, VP Educational Strategy and Content, Med-IQ

The Value of Quality Improvement and Education to Advance Healthcare

Allison Gardner, PhD,
VP Educational Strategy and Content,
Med-IQ

Dr. Glenn Treisman,
Department of Psychiatry, Johns Hopkins Medical Institute

The Pros and Cons of Technology on the Practice of Medicine

Dr. Glenn Treisman,
Department of Psychiatry,
Johns Hopkins Medical Institute


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