Online Medical Education

Furthering Education in the Medical Field

In association with CMEsolutions.org


CMEsolutions, LLC and Online Medical Education are dedicated to education for physicians, pharmacists, and others involved in the health care field. Our mission is to provide high-quality continuing medical education opportunities that promote lifelong learning for practicing physicians, pharmacists and other health care professionals.

These are samples of some of the services we offer. These are samples only and do not actually submit the information anywhere. 


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The learning objective "Establish the diagnosis of an acute coronary syndrome (ACS) and treat patients with current guideline-based treatments strategies" was achieved.

The learning objective "Recognize different manifestations of peripheral artery disease (PAD), identify high-risk subsets with lifestyle limiting claudication and critical limb ischemia and treat patients with PAD" was achieved.

The learning objective "Identify and treat patients with complex coronary artery, peripheral vascular, valve, or arrhythmic heart disease" was achieved.

The learning objective "Examine state-of-the-art management pearls to treat patients with hyperlipidemia, heart failure and valvular heart disease" was achieved.

The learning objective "Describe the guideline based indications and best-practice recommendations for the use of hemodynamic support devices, intra-vascular imaging techniques, and physiologic assessment of intravascular hemodynamics, structural heart and antiarrhythmic device, antiplatelet and antithrombotic drug interventions" was achieved.



The overall purpose/goal for this activity was met: to enable the learner to discuss coronary, peripheral, structural, antiarrhythmic heart and pharmacotherapy interventions that have reshaped the treatment of heart and vascular disease today.

Please identify changes to your practice as a result of attending this activity (select all that apply).







Please indicate any barriers you perceive in implementing these changes.


Please indicate which of the following American Board of Medical Specialties/Institute of Medicine core competencies were addressed by this educational activity (select all that apply):

The educational material of this activity was useful and related to my current (or potential) scope of practice.



This activity will enhance my knowledge/skill as a health care provider.




The activity provided fair balance of information and met my educational needs.


Do you feel the activity was evidence-based and free of commercial bias?


The teaching methods including active learning activities were effective.

Learning assessment activities were appropriate for the audience.


Speaker Evaluation

For delivery, rate on the following merits: The speaker was knowledgeable about the topic and provided the information in a manner that facilitated my competence and improvement in patient care.

For content, rate on the following merits: The content was presented objectively and free of commercial bias.

Sunil V. Rao, MD – Antiplatelet Therapies: State of the Art 2016

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Dharam Kumbhani, MD – Debate1: Short DAPT Duration is Preferred After PCI

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Sunil V. Rao, MD – Debate 1: Long DAPT Duration is Preferred After PCI

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Subhash Banerjee, MD – Debate 2: Radial for All: Yes

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Emmanouil Brilakis, MD – Debate 2: Radial for All: No

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Timothy Mixon, MD – The 5 Most Important Trials of 2015t

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Emmanouil Brilakis, MD – Coronary CTO Interventions

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Michael Luna, MD – PCI of Calcified and Tortuous Lesions

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Ehtisham Mahmud, MD – Robotic PCI

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Emmanouil Brilakis, MD – Hemodynamic Support for Complex PCI

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Michael Jessen, MD – Coronary Artery Bypass Graft Sugery in 2016

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David G. Rizik, MD – New Stent Technologies

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Tayo Addo, MD – Coronary Imaging and Physiology Update

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Prakash Krishnan, MD – Drug-Delivery Therapies for PAD

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Nicolas Shammas, MD – To Stent or Not to Stent

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Subhash Banerjee, MD – CTO Crossing

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Anand Prasad, MD – Chronic Limb Ischemia

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Mazen Abu-Fadel, MD – Optimizing Vascular Access

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Shirling Tsai, MD – Abdominal Aortic aneurysm

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Tony Das, MD – Emerging Technologies for Treatment of PAD

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Kendrick A. Shunk, MD – Debate 3: Balloon Expandable TAVR is Best

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Subhash Banerjee, MD – Debate 3: Self-Expanding TAVR is Best

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Jeffrey Hastings, MD – Imaging for Structural Heart Interventions

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Paul Sorajja, MD – Mitral Valve Interventions: The New Frontier

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Matthew J. Price, MD – Left Atrial Appendage Occlusion

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Richard Wu, MD – Dr. Owen Obel Memorial Lecture

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Samuel J. Asirvatham, MD – Novel Oral Anticoagulants

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Mark Drazner, MD – Heart Failure Treatments: State of the Art

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Scott Grundy, MD, PhD – Lipid Lowering Guidelines

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Laura Collins, MD – Women in Cardiology

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Jerrold Grodin, MD – How to Manage Patients with Stents Undergoing Non-Cardiac Surgery

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Ryan Master, MD – Cardiac Hemodynamics

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Jay Gadgil, MD – Revascularization Strategies

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Phuong-Khanh J. Nguyen-Trog, MD – Advanced Imaging

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