Engaging a bottom-up and top-down approach, the PRIME institute of medical education reacts to and reflects on effective workflow pathways, processes, algorithms, and greatest practices that master patient outcomes and care quality. Administrators, clinicians, patients, and teams are engaged in a community of learning to react to, design, benchmark, measure, and monitor action plans grounded on group interventions. Designed to improve collaborations, the PRIME medical institute’s interventions have showed scalable and sustainable behavioral change.
Recently, the institute has backed up thousands of clinicians in getting essential performance-related skills, competencies, and knowledge across acute and chronic diseases. Performance improvement modules (PIM) meet the demands for MOC (maintenance of certification) among medical specialty boards that are certifying those physicians that practice in specialty medicine.
The institute embraces learning and engagement like a vital cornerstone in competitive population health tactics. The patients and clinicians that utilize a collaborative learning solution take part in aligned experimental learning chances across educational formats that are multi-channel. Data results from provider surveys and tethered patient feed educational designs, that display mismatches in targets of care. The institute gives the caregivers and patients the point-of-care surveys, devices, and other guidance to help them in their healthcare voyage.
Being a leading accredited provider in research-grounded quality advancement education, the institute masters the science of behavior change and learning. The researchers of this institute work with the collaborators to evaluate and measure care outcomes and practice patterns for patient populations across the settings and healthcare networks. The organization implements, executes, and designs investigation studies and methodologies with a target to influence population health outcomes.
Public health priorities
With contracts with AHRQ (Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality) and PCORI (Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute), they have helped PRIME institute in mitigating and appreciating disparities among the patients in the underserved populations. Inequity in care, access to care, and health literacy barriers have a great effect on the macro system health care. With a target to affect national healthcare initiatives and public health priorities through sustainable learning solutions, PRIME institute partners with main organizations to address population health problems.
Having a 23-years of history in giving IPCE (interprofessional continuing education) across military, payer, federal, academic, provider, the PRIME institute engages patients, healthcare teams, clinicians, and systems in mastering care coordination to reach sustainable outcomes. The PRIME institute supports clinics and community health centers, institutional centers of excellence, addiction centers, and entire health systems in proper communication and connectivity, boosted data exchange and interoperability, eliminating in variations in care, and better transitions of care.
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|PRIME Education, LLC|
5900 N Andrews Ave, Suite 500
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33309
Monday — Friday
8:00 AM — 6:00 PM ET
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|PRIME Institute of Medical Education|
11/18, East Patel Nagar Main Market
Patel Nagar, Delhi, India – 110008
Landmark: Near BSES Yamuna Power Limited
21/1 Taylor’s Road
Kilpauk, Chennai, India – 600039
Landmark: (near tower block)