Skyscape makes entrée into CME

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Mobile medical information company Skyscape has launched a CME offering based on the point-of-care model of CME.

Skyscape CME is designed to enable physicians to earn credits while performing daily clinical duties.

The vendor joins other point-of-care (POC) offerings including evidence-based resources InfoRetriever and UpToDate. The American Medical Association and the American Academy of Family Physicians encourage POC learning and have approved several vendor offerings.
Skyscape's evidence-based portfolio includes over 300 medical resources from more than 30 specialties.

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