Performance Improvement Continuing Medical Education (PI CME) was developed in 2005 by two American Medical Association (AMA)-convened national task forces. It was introduced as a nationally standardized CME format to help healthcare professionals evaluate and improve their clinical processes and quality of care.

PI CME has been recognized as an important component of continuing professional development and may answer multiple credentialing and reporting needs. Clinicians can use data from select Med-IQ PI CME series to complete Maintenance of Certification (MOC).

All Med-IQ certified PI CME initiatives follow the AMA-standardized 3-stage process.

Stage A

Self-assess by comparing your current practice in a specific clinical area with national benchmarks, performance guidelines, and data submitted by your peers.

Stage B

Develop and follow your own plan for sustained improvement in patient care.

Stage C

Reevaluate your processes and patient care management by comparing your past
performance with your current performance in implementing guideline-based improvements.

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