Physicians can earn CME while improving their concussion care expertise with training from ImPACT Applications, Inc.
ImPACT Applications, Inc., the leading provider of validated concussion assessment tools, announced its training has been granted full accreditation by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME®) to provide Continuing Medical Education (CME) courses on concussion management for physicians. This means that physicians can earn CME for courses that help improve their concussion care practices.
“ImPACT Applications is proud of the dedicated employees and expert training presenters who devote so much of their time and energy to making our educational offerings so relevant, useful, and easy to access for healthcare professionals,” said Chief Executive Officer Michael Wahlster. “We know our customers value excellent content that satisfies CME requirements.”
“CME credits are essential for practicing physicians. ImPACT Applications’ training courses offer doctors a wide array of excellent options to grow their concussion care expertise,” said Javier Cárdenas, Neurologist and Concussion and Brain Injury Specialist at Barrow Neurological Institute at St. Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center and Phoenix Children’s Hospital. “This partnership between ACCME and ImPACT Applications provides physicians and other healthcare providers with relevant, effective, practice-based CME, which will ultimately benefit their patients.”
Learn more about ImPACT Applications’ concussion care training courses and credential programs at https://concussioncaretraining.com/.
About ImPACT Applications
ImPACT Applications, Inc. is the maker of ImPACT®, ImPACT Pediatric®, and ImPACT Quick Test®, medical devices that assist in the screening, assessment, and management of concussion. In addition, ImPACT Applications provides training and credentialing programs to more than 10,000 healthcare providers worldwide. ImPACT Applications products are used by thousands of major medical centers, professional sports leagues and teams, colleges, high schools, and select military units.