MedBiquitous is delighted to welcome Dr. Craig Campbell as its new Chair of the Board of Directors. Dr. Campbell is the Executive Director of the Office of Professional Affairs at the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada. Our heartfelt thanks to Dr. David Nichols, CEO of the American Board of Pediatrics, who now moves to Immediate Past Chair.
MedBiquitous is pleased to announce that Dr. Redonda Miller, senior vice president of medical affairs for The Johns Hopkins Hospital and Health System, and Dr. Sean McCormick, Clinical Informatics at Epic, will speak as part of a panel on meaningful practice. They join Dr. Anderson Spickard and Dr. David Topps as speakers for the MedBiquitous Annual Conference 2016. Dr. Spickard will speak about informatics and technology infrastructure to support medical education transformation. Dr. Topps will speak about hybrid approaches to learning.
A new standards development project from MedBiquitous aims to allow educators to track learner activities and performance across multiple systems and combine the data for novel analytics. The new Learning Experience Working Group will develop experience API (xAPI) profiles to provide guidance around collecting data on specific types of healthcare learning activities.
Online registration is now open! Join colleagues from around the world in examining how digital technologies can promote continuous improvement and better outcomes across the continuum of health professions education. The theme for the conference is using technology to catalyze quality improvement across the continuum.
MedBiquitous is pleased to announce that the MedBiquitous Performance Framework has been approved as an American National Standard. The MedBiquitous Performance Framework, ANSI/MEDBIQ PF.10.1-2015, is a technical standard for representing expected levels of performance related to a competency. The standard makes it easier to connect performance to competencies. Read the press release.