Opioid Assessment Tool Pilot and CME Opportunity

August 10, 2018

As a follow-up to the HRET HIIN Physician Virtual Event on "Opioid Safety and Introduction of Human Diagnosis Project", Americal Hospital Association (AHA) is partnering with the Human Diagnosis Project on a pilot opioid assessment tool that requires physicians to solve opioid cases. (The webinar recording is available).  

  • The Human Diagnosis Project-  is a web/mobile based platform with interactive cases for physicians to assess their knowledge about opioids guidelines. Despite the severity of the opioid epidemic - now the leading cause of death for Americans under age 50 - physicians may not have the resources they need to effectively combat this crisis.
  • The AHA is pleased to partner with the Human Diagnosis Project to educate physicians on prescribing  and pain management skills through an engaging and interactive case series. Each case only takes 2-3 minutes to complete! All cases link to evidence-based guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and American Medical Association, as well as others, , and are CME-accredited through the American Academy of Family Physicians. To receive a score and earn 2 CME credit hours (if applicable), you must complete at least 8 cases.
  • The goal is to have 1,000 physicians test and improve their knowledge of opioids and pain management while simultaneously validating this tool for medical education and training purposes. Please share with other physicians – to participate in the pilot assessment click here. The pilot will be open until August 24th.
  • If your hospital would like to receive an aggregated report of your clinician’s participation and results, please sign up here.