Case Studies

In 2010, the need for a centralized national curriculum inventory was becoming more apparent, literally by the day. Data entry was a very manual and cumbersome process, and systems were not able to collaborate and share data. The Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) engaged leaders from MedBiquitous, opening a new project that spanned for two years, and leading ultimately to the launch of a new, integrated system capable of importing data, benchmarking curricula, and identifying new opportunities for collaboration among academic medical centers.

The Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education’s web-based portal leverages MedBiquitous standards to support the collection and analysis of continuing medical education data. Today, many accredited organizations are using the system to report delivery of REMS-compliant continuing education activities and Maintenance of Certification activities.