Education & Events
Continuing Medical Education (CME)
We use real-time data from the front lines to identify where health care can be improved. We interpret emerging science and employ evidence-driven best practices, educate physicians and healthcare teams, collaborate with community health partners, and communicate with the public to:
- prevent and treat disease
- improve overall health
- reduce healthcare costs
We’ve been around since 2003.
The Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) initially accredited COSEHQ in 2003 as a CME provider, which has proved to be an important strategy in achieving our mission and goals.
We are Accredited with Commendation.
Since our initial accreditation we have achieved Re-accreditation with Commendation status by the ACCME, a six-year term awarded to accredited providers for demonstrating compliance with all of the ACCME requirements. This level of accreditation is in recognition of COSEHQ’s high-quality education that drives quality improvement and helps clinicians and healthcare teams to optimize the care, health and wellness of patients.
Diverse, accommodating, and applicable, we offer various types of CME activities.
- On-demand courses
- In-person collaborative sessions
- Peer-to-peer learnings
- Webinars and networking
- Performance improvement CME
- Maintenance of Certification eligible activities
High impact and robust, our focus has been:
- Clinical Quality Performance
- Process Improvement
- Operational viability
- Evidence-based clinical guidelines
- Interactions with National Key Leaders
- Subject Matter Expertise
- Patient-centric approach
Current CME Activities
Online Course 20.0 Performance Improvement (PI CME) credits and 20.0 Maintenance of Certification (MOC) credits Credits
Get to Goal 2019
This activity was designed to improve provider quality management in achieving hypertension, lipid and diabetes control rates in patients for participating phys […]read more
Past CME Activities
No Longer Available
Important Clinical Points for Implementing the 2017 Hypertension Guidelines
This CME module offers participants the opportunity to hear the Top 10 Take Home Messages for the American Heart Association/American College of Cardiology Hypertension (2017) Guidelines. This module is part of […]read more
No Longer Available
2019 Annual COSEHQ Educational Sessions & QualityImpact Collaborative Live Meeting
Our CME activity provided education to physicians, nurses, and other invited healthcare providers on evidence-based chronic disease management and care delivery transformational strategies.read more