The PeerView Institute is dedicated to improving clinical competence and performance, patient outcomes, and ultimately public health, through the provision of continuing medical education (CME) and professional development activities targeted at local, regional, national, and international levels.
By leveraging innovation in educational design and application of adult learning principles, often augmented by strategic collaborations, we strive to be a trusted partner to organizations, systems, care teams, and individuals seeking to reduce professional practice gaps and foster continuous professional development.
Our CME activities are aimed at driving improvements in a range of clinical practice and process areas, inclusive of primary and specialty care delivery, and encompassing interdisciplinary and systems approaches to disease prevention and patient diagnosis and management. Professional practice gaps addressed by our educational interventions result from deficiencies identified in professional knowledge, competence, and performance, in patient and public health status, and in adherence to recognized benchmarks such as national quality measures. Activities aligning with the aims of the National Quality Strategy, and with core competencies identified by the Institute of Medicine (IOM) and/or the American Board of Medical Specialties (ABMS) are favored.
The primary purpose of our activities is to yield the greatest potential patient outcome benefit by impacting those professionals in active patient care roles, with target learners spanning a multitude of reimbursement, delivery system, and practice settings.
The PeerView Institute measures the success of educational interventions on the basis of their demonstrated impact on reducing the professional practice discrepancy identified in the needs assessment process. Depending upon the standard that is recognized as the benchmark, closing the gap between that goal and pre-intervention measures may require education aimed at improving knowledge, skills, attitude, competence, performance, and/or patient health status. Educational activities may also address needs related to overcoming systems-related barriers.
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New York, NY 10014
Phone: (212) 302-8563
Fax: (212) 302-8564