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SACME Funding Panel Nov 11, 2006. Disclosure. The views and opinions expressed are my own and may not reflect the views of Pfizer. Mike Saxton, MEd, FACME Senior Director, Team Leader Medical Education Group Mike.Saxton@Pfizer.com 212-733-1342.

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disclosure
Disclosure

The views and opinions expressed are my own and may not reflect the views of Pfizer.

Mike Saxton, MEd, FACME

Senior Director, Team Leader

Medical Education Group

Mike.Saxton@Pfizer.com

212-733-1342

mechanisms to minimize bias commercial supporter perspective
Mechanisms to Minimize BiasCommercial Supporter Perspective
  • Raise Activity Standards - Empower the Learner
    • PI CME/CPD
    • Minimize expert pedagogy
    • Insure continuous assessment
  • Raise Funding Recipient Standards
    • Raise COI standards
    • Evaluate funding balance
    • Mission and principle alignment
    • CME department only
  • Implement External Review
    • Block grants
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Integrated Assessment

Maximizing ROE

Expert Driven Methods

Predisposing

Learner Driven Methods

Enabling

System Driven Methods

Reinforcing

Needs Assessment

Performance Gap Analysis

CRI

Linkage

Pilots

Case Based Workshops

Self Directed Methods

Practice Based Learning & Improvement Stage A&B

Lectures

Symposia

Seminars

Traditional Web

QI Tools

Barrier Mitigation

Customize Tools

PBLI Stage C

Quality Improvement

Effectiveness

REV

Efficiency

Integrated Plan

5% - 85%

Knowledge

5% - 50%

Behavior

5% - 75%

Results

5% - 75%

Life Cycle Aligned Educational Planning

Accelerating the Adoption Curve of New Innovations

Research

Development

Expansion

Optimization

case example diagnosing treating type 2 diabetes
Case Example:Diagnosing & Treating Type 2 Diabetes
  • 3-DVD, CME-certified activity
  • Short, self-paced modules
    • Interview-style presentations
    • Case studies
    • Categorized quick reference
    • Patient education
    • Supporting website, www.Type2Diabetes.org
  • Winner, ACME’s 2006 “Most Outstanding Industry-Supported CME Activity” award(supported by sanofi-aventis)
    • First time in 3 years award presented
  • Winner, HeSCA’s 2005 bronze award in CME category at 46th International Conference

Pam McFadden, Associate Vice President, Professional & Continuing Education, mcfadden@hsc.unt.edu, 817-735-2581

Source: Pam McFadden, University of North Texas

case examples
Case Examples
  • State medical society block grants
  • Healthcare disparity in depression IHI type model
    • Evidence panels
    • Invited grants via Alliance
  • Hospital based antimicrobial resistance network