SullivanLuallin Group has partnered with Astute Doctor Education to bring CME-accredited web-based provider-patient communication training to your physicians. This simple-to-access physician education platform provides engaging course content designed to help physicians and surgeons of every specialty use patient-centered, empathic interpersonal techniques to communicate more effectively and maximize time spent with each patient.
Delivered in 15-minute interactive segments, the Astute Doctor Education series addresses the most common challenges facing providers. Included are easy-to-use, practical strategies to build strong patient relationships, handle challenging patients, manage cross-cultural communication, and other themes central to the doctor-patient interaction. Even top-scoring physicians find value in viewing the effective, patient-pleasing techniques demonstrated in the courses.
In a convenient, easy-to-use online setting, physicians learn how to:
- Build strong patient relationships.
- Motivate and manage challenging patients.
- Generate word-of-mouth referrals.
- Reduce malpractice litigation risk.
- Increase patient satisfaction survey scores.
- Maximize reimbursement bonuses.
Physicians can choose which segments to watch at their convenience, and then complete a brief post-course test (70% is required to pass and earn CME credit). The entire series of eight courses qualifies for 11.50 CME credits, which can be earned over a 12-month period.
The online physician communication CME program is attractively priced at $199 per provider for all eight courses (volume discounts are available for groups and physician networks).
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Courses are accredited for up to 11.50 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ through joint providership of The University of Arizona College of Medicine - Tucson and Astute Doctor Education, Inc. Participants claiming CME credit from this activity may submit the credit hours to the American Osteopathic Association for Category 2 credit.