WASHINGTON, D.C.— The American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP) and Evermed, a technology company focused on amplifying the impact of medical education, have partnered to launch ACEP Anytime, an online medical education library curated for emergency physicians and care teams.
“ACEP Anytime will allow emergency physicians and care team members to stream content anytime, anywhere,” said Aisha Terry, MD, MPH, FACEP, president of ACEP. “This platform delivers trusted, customizable content in a concise format designed to meet the needs of emergency care professionals who are always on the go.”
Subscribers receive access to more than 3,000 lectures, podcasts, webinars, and other items updated on a rolling basis through a “Netflix-style” library.
The platform includes artificial intelligence-driven recommendations that adapt to user preferences to create a personalized experience. The short, consumable pieces are 30 minutes or less and many of the courses include Continuing Medical Education (CME) credit.
"Physicians today expect their educational content to be delivered in a personalized, intuitive, Netflix-style way, rather than through traditional static methods,” said Bozidar Jovicevic, MD, MBA, CEO of Evermed. “The leadership at ACEP recognized this evolving need, and we're thrilled to be their partner on a journey of helping emergency medicine clinicians stay up-to-date despite their demanding schedules.”
Learn more at https://www.acep.org/education/acep-anytime.
Evermed's mission is to use technology to amplify medical education. By combining software and services, Evermed’s complete solution helps organizations globally to launch and operate their own on-demand, personalized Netflix-like educational content library within 30-90 days, without increasing their staff or dealing with technological complexity. Over the past four years, clinicians from more than 120 countries have engaged with educational materials through Evermed-powered content libraries