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CME PURPOSE: The purpose of our overall Continuing Medical Education (CME) Program is to provide updated clinical workshops, lectures, and other clinical activities for physicians to promote health and enhance patient care.
CONTENT AREAS: The CME program will facilitate the physicians need to focus on evidence-based practice recommendations for preventing, diagnosing, treating and managing common conditions. These activities will update the physician’s fundamental and clinical knowledge base, identify new and innovative health care concepts and demonstrate new technological and therapeutic advancements.
TARGET AUDIENCE: Correct Care CME Program invites practicing physicians to participate in our educational activities.
Correct Care, Inc. Continuing Medical Education complies with the legal requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act and the rules and regulations thereof. If any participant in this educational activity is in need of accommodations, please call (800) 962-3959.
The presentations in this Risk Management Department educational site comply with the ACCME Essentials, Elements, and Policies. Credit information, faculty disclosure statements, and activity objectives are to be reviewed before each educational activity and will be available to you upon review and acknowledgement of this webpage.
You will be required to complete a post test to assess your understanding of the material presented and to evaluate the course.
The following enduring materials will be evaluated and re-released if indicated by new scientific developments.
Correct Care does not except financial support for CME activities. All CME activities are supported by Correct Care only.
Correct Care, Inc. relies upon invited speakers at all sponsored continuing medical education activities to provide information objectively and free from bias of conflict of interest. In accordance with ACCME and Correct Care policy pertaining to potential conflicts of interest, the faculty for this continuing medical education activity has been asked to complete faculty disclosure forms. In the event that some invited speakers indicate that they have a relationship which, in the context of the subject of their invited presentation, could be perceived as a potential conflict of interest, they have agreed to disclose such a relationship, if requested, but do not consider that it will influence their presentation.
There are no web links from this educational site to any pharmaceutical company, medical device manufacturer, or commercial organization producing or promoting patient healthcare products. No advertising from such companies or organizations will be found in this educational site.
The risk management material in these activities are provided by Correct Care as a source of information and is not intended as legal advice and/or establish standard of care. If legal advice is desired, please consult an attorney.
Personal identification information is requested when you register which allows Correct Care to contact you, provide credit information, or provide some other service you have requested or that is associated with the risk management educational presentations. Precautions are in place to guard the privacy of this information and no information obtained in relation to these educational presentations is provided to outside entities without permission.
Please note: From time to time, Correct Care offers suggested continuing medical education and training. These suggestions are no substitute for the clinical expertise that is required in medical decision making. The medical services to be performed by the physicians will be specified by the Hospital but shall be performed by the physicians as independent contractors under and subject to the general supervision of the Hospital, its medical staff, and in compliance with the rules and regulation of the Hospital. Correct Care is not engaged in the practice of medicine and does not and will not exercise control of any nature, kind or description relating to the mode, manner, or means by which the physicians shall perform their duties in providing emergency department coverage herein.