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Register now for MEDX Detroit!

  • Receive up to 9.5 CME credits

  • FREE CME – complimentary registration and participation

  • Multiple topics – migraine, asthma, COPD, idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis, gout, anemia, diabetes, understanding changes in Medicare reimbursement under MACRA, and more

  • Clinically-focused, evidence-based education built on the foundation of access, quality, and cost

  • Educational content delivered via interactive technology designed to enhance the learning experience

Detroit, MI

Friday & Saturday
November 11-12, 2016

Cobo Center
One Washington Boulevard
Detroit, MI 48226

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Quality-focused clinical education for community-based primary care teams –
physicians, physician assistants, and nurse practitioners

Why You Should Attend MEDX® Regional CME Conferences

Where Evidence Meets Value-based Education

As the healthcare marketplace moves from fee-for-service to a “value-based” reimbursement model, the systems in which clinicians practice today are more complex than ever and a significant gap exists between translating evidence to patient care. To help close this gap and to align to the value-based model, MEDX has created an educational conference that is representative of the environment in which clinicians practice today. As value-based medicine continues to evolve, there is a great need to organize and design education that impacts the Triple Aim of access, quality, and cost, and the National Quality Strategy (NQS) priorities that provide the framework for Triple Aim.

The success of healthcare reform to meet the goals of Triple Aim relies in large part on the capacity for learning and behavior change at both the individual level and the system level. Medical Education Exchange is dedicated to improving the quality of healthcare through education focused on evidence and quality improvement to ensure that healthcare professionals are enabled to adopt evidence-based clinical behaviors with the potential to improve patient outcomes. With that in mind, all topics presented at MEDX Regional CME Conferences are designed within the framework of the NQS priorities outlined by the US Department of Health and Human Services.

NQS Priorities

  1. Patient Safety: Making care safer by reducing harm caused in the delivery of care
  2. Patient and Caregiver Engagement: Ensuring that each person and family are engaged as partners in their care
  3. Coordination of Care: Promoting effective communication and coordination of care
  4. Dissemination of Best Practices: Promoting the most effective prevention and treatment practices for the leading causes of mortality
  5. Population and public health: Working with communities to promote wide use of best practices to enable healthy living
  6. Efficient use of healthcare resources: Making quality care more affordable for individuals, families, employers, and governments by developing and spreading new health care delivery models

In collaboration with our medical education partners and accreditors, along with input and data from local medical stakeholders, each session presented at MEDX Regional Conferences will incorporate the NQS priorities, culminating in quality focused continuing medical education that empowers clinicians, inspires change in clinical practice, and improves the quality of healthcare.