The mission of the Center for Accredited Healthcare Education’s (CAHE) CME Program is to develop superior continuing medical education activities that provide the practicing clinician with the information, techniques, and modalities to improve patient care and prevent disease
These activities are developed for a wide range of individual or multidisciplinary audiences (including physicians, pharmacists, nurses, and other health care professionals), based upon identified educational needs. All activities are developed in an independent manner and assure scientific rigor, fair-balance, and medical accuracy.
CAHE educational activities focus on disease states and therapeutic regimens in areas including, but not limited to endocrinology, rheumatology, and those areas of benefit to primary care practitioners. Content is delivered using a wide variety of program formats, including: live symposia, print, CD-ROM, audioconference, and Internet-based in order to meet the individual learning preferences of the targeted audience(s). It is expected that participating healthcare professionals will gain new knowledge that can be applied clinically toward improving practice and enhancing patient care. Post-activity evaluations as well as short- and long-term surveys determine the educational usefulness of educational activities and collect educational needs data.