Multiple Methodologies for Effective Outcomes Measurement

Scientific Examination From Every Effective Angle.

The methods we use are evidence-based, diverse, and tailored to your organization’s needs, capabilities and goals.

Using a variety of evidence-based methodologies from CME research and the social/behavioral sciences, and in compliance with the ACCME’s Updated Accreditation Criteria, Improve CME measures changes in knowledge, confidence, competence, self-reported performance and self-reported patient outcomes (Moore Levels 3 through 6) that result from CME interventions. In addition, in collaboration with Vigilytics, LLC, Improve CME is pioneering the use of medical claims data to measure performance change in physicians who participate in national scope CME initiatives.

Some outcomes measurement service providers apply the same predetermined method for each client and CME activity, regardless of their unique needs. “One-size-fits-all” template measurement solutions come to you at a higher cost and increased risk of inferior results. Improve CME’s application of multiple measurement methods, often several within one CME activity or initiative, provide a more comprehensive view of activity effectiveness and better opportunities for measurement success.