Data from Android, iPad, iPhone, iPod - Curated by EPG Health - Last updated 23 May 2017

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Description

The innovative FREE RealCME Health Professional app is available to help practitioners fulfill continuing medical education requirements (CME/CE) requirements and stay up to date with the latest medical developments -- right on your iPhone.

RealCME Health Professional offers the widest variety of unique, interactive continuing medical education activities across numerous specialty topics, with new activities added frequently. Activities are accredited by AMA, AAFP, AANP, AAPA, ACPE, ANCC, AOA, APA, COPE and others and supported by an advanced personal CME toolset.

What sets RealCME Health Professional apart?

- Wide variety of engaging activity formats, with instant built-in feedback from esteemed experts

Choose from a wide variety of CME activity formats that reflect real-world experiences of health professionals. Patient-based activities integrate authentic decision-making opportunities, peer-to-peer interactions, and expert discussions. You’ll have the opportunity to manage patients over multiple visits and settings, and view how your selections compare with those chosen by the faculty and other participants.

- Robust personal CME toolset to help you track credits and scores, compare your scores to other learners, and set and track goals

All completed credits are tracked automatically in your personal CME toolset and copies of your certificates are directly emailed to you. In addition, you can use this app to track your mastery of a particular topic in real-time, compare your mastery levels with other learners, review scores of completed activities, review all previously answered questions and correct answers along with faculty commentary, set up and track performance goals, schedule follow-up activities, and more!

- Personalized CME Portfolio Report

Every three months you’ll receive a personal report summarizing all of the CME activities you’ve completed, activities that you’ve started but not completed, your progress against CME credit goals and performance goals, and a summary of your mastery levels by topic along with comparisons to all other learners.

- Convenient online/mobile access

Your activities are synched on both platforms to enable you to switch between your computer and mobile device while you work on a single activity. For example, start an activity on your iPhone, and finish it on your computer. You can also access RealCME Health Professional directly via an Internet browser at http://hp.realcme.com/cme.

Please note: 
RealCME Health Professional iPhone app requires an Internet connection to view and complete activities. 
The app is not compatible with iPhone 1st generation or iPod touch 1st generation. However, if you use one of those devices, you can still use our online CME resource at hp.realcme.com/cms

Compatibility

Requires iOS 6.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. Requires Android 2.2 and up.

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