Hospital Medicine CME

  • AudioDigest CME Clinical Guidelines and Updates Topical Collection

    This extensive Clinical Guidelines and Updates CME Topical Collection offers a wide range of clinical practice updates in areas such as hospital medicine, infectious disease, primary care issues and much more.

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    • Cost: $499
    • Credit hours: 80
    • CME credits awarded by: Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education
    • Format: Audio
  • StatPearls Unlimited Physician MD/DO/PA CME

    Stay on top of your game with the StatPearls Physician Unlimited CME programs. With 6,046 activities, StatPearls is the largest CME provider in the world. These Pub-Med Indexed articles are categorized into 162 specialty areas which lets you better access activities that will make the biggest impact on your practice. One subscription allows access to all the activities, including all state-requirements.

    Pricing Options

    • 6 Month subscription: All 6,339 CME Activities $249 per 6 months
    • Annual subscription: All 6,339 CME Activities $349 per 1 year
    • Lifetime: All 6,339 CME Activities + Access to Board Reviews Forever $1999
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    • Cost: Varies
    • CME credits awarded by: ETSU
    • Format: On Demand Online & Board Reviews
  • 20% OFF W/ CODE: CME20

    Oakstone CME The Brigham Update In Hospital Medicine

    Hospital Medicine CME: Optimize Inpatient Care
    Using a case-based format to address everyday questions, The Brigham Update in Hospital Medicine distills recent evidence, guidelines, and expert opinions for the busy practitioner. Emphasizing practical management of common problems, this online CME course — presented by Brigham and Women’s Hospital and accredited by Harvard Medical School — highlights the latest advances and best practices for optimized inpatient care. It features 40 core continuing medical education topics, including:

    • COVID-19 treatment updates
    • Updated 2023 GOLD guidelines: when to use triple therapy in COPD
    • DRESSed to kill: drug reactions and other can’t-miss dermatology diagnoses
    • Pearls for managing personality disorders in the hospital
    • The latest on bacteremia management
    • HELLP me: managing medical complications in pregnant and postpartum patients
    • and more…
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    • Cost: $995
    • Credit hours: 33.75
    • CME credits awarded by: Oakstone Publishing
    • Format: On-Demand Online, USB Flash Drive
    • Material last updated: December 1, 2023
    • Expiration of CME credit: November 30, 2025
  • 20% OFF W/ CODE: CME20

    Oakstone CME Management of the Hospitalized Patient

    Enhance Inpatient Care with Online Hospital Medicine CME

    Led by Robert M. Wachter, MD, UCSF’s top teachers and selected guest faculty deliver a focused review of the clinical issues most relevant to hospitalists and those who care for inpatients — broad content in critical care, perioperative care, radiology, hospital neurology, cardiology, GI, diabetes, hematology, oncology, nephrology, infectious diseases, and more.

    Management of the Hospitalized Patient is an online CME course aimed at enhancing your diagnostic and management skills, while highlighting recent advances and current controversies. Continuing medical education topics include:

    • Pearls in palliative care and cardiology
    • Tough cases and controversies in medical consultation
    • Patient management with kidney failure, liver disease, cancer, stroke, etc.
    • Neurological emergencies
    • And more…
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    • Cost: $895
    • Credit hours: 16.75
    • CME credits awarded by: Oakstone Publishing
    • Format: On-Demand Online, USB Flash Drive
    • Material last updated: December 15, 2023
    • Expiration of CME credit: November 30, 2026
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    Oakstone CME Hospital Medicine Review

    Detailed, Practical Online CME for Hospitalists

    Through a series of one-hour continuing medical education lectures, Hospital Medicine Review covers the clinical complexities, challenges, and complications hospitalists deal with every day. Lectures highlight the hospitalist’s role in co-management of surgical patients, consultation on non-internal-medicine hospitalized patients, and evaluation of inter-hospital transfers.

    Authoritative faculty offer guidance for compassionate delivery of prognoses, learning from one’s mistakes, and social determinants of health, and more — all within the hospital setting. Here are just a few of the key-take home points you’ll glean from this online CME program:

    • Approach to Preoperative Evaluation, Testing, and Medication Management. Optimize the patient’s medical condition but do not say, “Cleared for surgery.”
    • In-Hospital Infections: Diagnosis and Management. Approach to in-hospital infections requires consideration of the host factors, the recent events and exposures, the possible pathogens involved, and the potential for toxicity or drug reactions with each therapeutic option.
    • Seizure/Status Epilepticus: Diagnosis and Management. A high index of suspicion is required to appropriately diagnose seizures, epilepsy, and status epilepticus, as there are a variety of manifestations.
    • Tele-Health for Hospitalists. Tele-hospitalist medicine has been shown to provide clinical excellence, increase access to care, and contribute to patient and provider satisfaction.
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    • Cost: $995
    • Credit hours: 31.25
    • CME credits awarded by: Oakstone Publishing
    • Material last updated: May 15, 2023
    • Expiration of CME credit: May 15, 2026
  • HPC Hospitalist, Trauma, and Emergency Procedures Live and Online course

    The HPC Hospitalist, Trauma, and Emergency Procedures Live and Online course covers the 20 most essential procedures needed to work in the ER, ICU, and hospital wards, including the procedures needed for trauma management in the ER.

    The course includes lectures and skills labs in: informed consent, procedural sedation, mechanical ventilation, tube thoracostomy, needle decompression, endotracheal intubation, Glidescope intubation, LMA placement, King tube placement, intraosseous line placement, point-of-care ultrasound including E-FAST and RUSH exams, and ultrasound-guided procedures: central line placement, arterial line placement, peripheral IV placement, thoracentesis, lumbar puncture, and paracentesis.

    Before the meeting, you watch 17 online lectures at home or in your office; then you attend a LIVE meeting featuring demonstrations and hands-on training in one of a exciting locations including Las Vegas, Chicago, Washington D.C., San Antonio, Seattle, and Long Beach

    After completing the HPC Hospitalist, Trauma, and Emergency Procedures Live and Online course, you will be better able to:
    • Define the indications and contraindications for hospital procedures
    • Identify the pertinent anatomy, patient positioning and proper technique for hospital procedures
    • Understand the common complications of the various procedures
    • Choose appropriate options for oral or intravenous procedural sedation
    • Utilize basic ultrasound to assist with hospital procedures
    • Understand the basic principles of mechanical ventilation
    • And much more

    Target Audience:
    Attending and resident physicians, midlevel providers, and medical students working in the emergency room, intensive care unit, or hospital wards.

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    • Cost: $1345
    • Credit hours: 21.5 - 31.5
    • CME credits awarded by: Postgraduate Institute of Medicine
    • Format: Live Conference, On-Demand Online
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    Oakstone CME What My Mistakes Taught Me

    Expert Clinicians Share Lessons Learned from Medical Mishaps

    What My Mistakes Taught Me is a truly unique and illuminating online CME program. In 22 one-hour lectures, physicians from different areas of medicine and surgery discuss the expertise they’ve gained from problems, mistakes, and errors in clinical practice.

    Led by Martin A. Samuels, MD, these experienced clinicians share case studies and the take-away messages learned from their own medical mishaps, emphasizing that:

    • While we’re not perfect, we’re still valued contributors to our profession and society
    • Perceived mistakes help us live with our imperfections and strengthen our integrity
    • Recognized mistakes tell us what works and what doesn’t
    • Accepting mistakes helps us take responsibility for erroneous ideas or actions
    • Open acknowledgement of mistakes inspires others to do likewise
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    • Cost: $695
    • Credit hours: 19
    • CME credits awarded by: Oakstone Publishing, LLC.
    • Material last updated: July 15, 2021
    • Expiration of CME credit: July 24, 2024
  • HPC Hospitalist and Emergency Procedures Online CME course

    The HPC Hospitalist and Emergency Procedures Online CME course provides evidence-based information about the 20 most common bedside procedures performed in the emergency room, intensive care unit, and hospital wards.

    The course is comprised of 17 modules that cover the indications, contraindications, techniques, complications, fluid analysis, and coding of these procedures.

    The HPC Hospitalist and Emergency Procedures Online CME course covers informed consent, procedural sedation, central line, intraosseous line, peripheral IV, and arterial line placement, point-of-care ultrasound including E-FAST and RUSH exams, mechanical ventilation, needle decompression, basic suturing, tube thoracostomy, thoracentesis, lumbar puncture, paracentesis, and basic and difficult airway management including video laryngoscopy.

    Target Audience:
    Attending and resident physicians, midlevel providers, and medical students working in the emergency room, intensive care unit, or hospital wards.

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    • Cost: $595
    • Credit hours: 11.5
    • CME credits awarded by: Postgraduate Institute of Medicine
    • Format: On-Demand Online
    • Expiration of CME credit: January 1, 2018