At Healthcare Educators’ Conference, “A Culture of Performance Improvement in Practice”

The new administration has introduced uncertainty into healthcare education. CME and other forms of continuing education in the health professions have been influenced by the Affordable Care Act (“Obamacare”), and with expected changes to that legislation, educational practitioners naturally wonder about the effects on their field. Specifically, the ACA’s drive toward quality of care has pushed medical education toward performance improvement education, in which clinical performance metrics are used to point clinicians to learning that could help them improve their practice. The question on many healthcare educators’ minds is whether performance improvement education will continue to be an important model after the expected changes to the Affordable Care Act.

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