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Hospital Medicine CME Online Bundle: Clinical Update - Journal Summaries - $400 Amazon.com Gift Card Hospital Medicine CME 
Posted by...Bernard Sklar, MD.
Hospital Medicine CME Credit Hours...14.5 for the Comprehensive Review plus 0.25 hours for every article you read in Practical Reviews (unlimited).
CME Credits Awarded by...Oakstone Publishing, LLC.
Cost...........$1595.
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Instruction Type...Slide-Video Lectures and Journal Summaries.
Formats...Online Video. You also receive a USB drive with MP4 data files that can be imported into iTunes and synced to other mobile devices for your permanent library.
Target Audience...HOSPITAL MEDICINE.
Expiration of CME credit...December 10, 2018.
The Hospital Medicine CME Online Bundle features:
• From UCSF and CMEinfo - UCSF Management of the Hospitalized Patient, with 18 lectures focused on improving patient care and safety
• From Practical Reviews - A one-year subscription, including the FREE mobile app
• A $400 Amazon.com gift card
Topics include these conditions in the hospitalized patient: 
Sepsis, Diabetes, Acute Renal Failure, Acute Arrhythmias, Anticoagulation, Thromboembolism, Acute Abdomen, Infectious Diseases, Cardiology, COPD, Asthma and many others.
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The Brigham Update In Hospital Medicine: Harvard Medical School and Brigham and Women's Hospital Clinical Update Hospital Medicine CME
Posted by...Bernard Sklar, MD. 
Hospital Medicine CME Credit Hours...26.5.
CME Credits Awarded by....Harvard Medical School.
Cost...........Prices vary according to the format, from $1095 to $1395.
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Instruction Type...Slide-Video Lectures.
Format...Online Video, Audio CD, Streaming Video and Combination Packages. 
Target Audience...Hospitalists, internists, family physicians, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, and other clinicians caring for hospitalized patients.
Educational material last updated...January 1, 2017.
Expiration of CME credit...December 31, 2020.
Topics covered by The Brigham Update In Hospital Medicine include:
Bacteremia, Endocarditis, Venous Thromboembolism, Critical Care, Inflammatory Bowel Disease, Syncope, COPD, Asthma, Cirrhosis, Urinary Tract Infections, Hyperglycemia, Atrial Fibrillation, C. difficile, Acute Kidney Injury and many others.
Studying The Brigham Update In Hospital Medicine will help you to:
• Prepare for the ABIM Hospital Medicine exam
• Identify and effectively overcome barriers to optimal inpatient care
• Effectively manage the problems encountered in Hospital Medicine
• Evaluate the latest therapeutic options for non-ST elevated MI, opioid addiction, delirium, etc.

Management of the Hospitalized Patient: University of California San Francisco Clinical Update
Posted by...Bernard Sklar, MD. Hospital Medicine CME
Hospital Medicine CME Credit Hours...14.0.
CME Credits Awarded by....University of California, San Francisco School of Medicine.
Cost...........Prices vary according to the format, from $995 to $1395.
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Instruction Type...Slide-Video Lectures.
Format...Video DVD, Audio CD, Audio MP3 CD, Streaming Video and Combination Packages. 
Target Audience...HOSPITAL MEDICINE.
Educational material last updated...December 11, 2015.
Expiration of CME credit...December 10, 2018.
Topics covered in Management of the Hospitalized Patient include:
Management of DVT and PE, Anticoagulation, Cirrhosis, Inpatient GI, Sepsis, Palliative Care, Renal, Acid-Base, and Electrolyte Cases, Pre-operative Assessment, Cardiology Pearls, Inpatient Viral Infections, Atrial Fibrillation and many more.
Studying Management of the Hospitalized Patient will help you to better:
• Improve diagnosis of common inpatient clinical presentations
• Perform an evidence-based work-up for common inpatient clinical presentations
• Apply modern therapeutic approaches to common inpatient disorders
• More effectively respond to patients' questions in hospital medicine using the latest clinical literature