Sponsors

Here is a riddle for you: What can travel around the world while staying in a corner? (keep reading)

Here is another riddle for you: What has a head and a tail, but no body? (a little more…)

As you are wracking your brain to try to figure out the answers, I’ll give you something much, much easier to think about: a CMEpalooza sponsorship!

Yes indeed, CMEpalooza will be back in 2020 for the sixth consecutive year with Spring and Fall meetings (Wednesday, April 15 and Wednesday, October 14) to continue our mission of no-cost, high-quality education for the CME/CE community. Our audience and influence continue to grow – we broke records (again) in 2019 for web site visitors and session viewership. That’s good news for us and good news for our sponsors. More eyeballs means more exposure.

As always, we’re introducing some new features into the old bag of tricks in 2020, and that goes for our sponsorship features as well. You’ll see in the Sponsor Prospectus (click here to access) that we have added a few new goodies to bring even more value to our sponsors in the coming year. Take a look at “By the Numbers” page within the prospectus if you want some hard data on our events. If you want any additional information, just ask. We crunch data throughout the year and just feature some of the more impressive numbers here.

Our sponsorships tend to go quickly these days, especially at the higher tiers where there are limited numbers, so don’t think for too long if you are interested in those.

Oh, before we forget, back to the riddles: A stamp and a coin. You are welcome.

***Confirmed 2020 CMEpalooza Spring Sponsors **
GOLD LEVEL SPONSORS

Daiichi-Sankyo
Daiichi Sankyo

John Ruggiero, Head, Medical External Affairs, Director, Grants & Education
jruggiero@dsi.com

Daiichi Sankyo Co., Ltd. was established in 2005 with the merger of two leading century-old pharmaceutical companies, Daiichi Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd. and Sankyo Co., Ltd. Headquartered in Tokyo, the company is dedicated to the creation and supply of innovative pharmaceutical products to address the diversified, unmet medical needs of patients in both mature and emerging markets.

Daiichi Sankyo makes available independent grant funding for CME and non-CME initiatives that accelerate precise, current, and emerging evidence into practice with the ultimate goal of benefiting patients. Daiichi Sankyo’s grant-giving adheres to the commercial support standards established by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME®). The company also complies with the principles established by the Office of Inspector General (OIG) Compliance Guidance for Pharmaceutical Manufacturers and Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America (PhRMA) Code on Interactions with Medical Professionals.


Academic CME
Timothy Hayes, MD, PhD, President
thayes@academiccme.com

AcademicCME is a medical education company that has Joint Accreditation and 10 years experience producing clear, concise, and practical education across many disease states. Our formats include live symposia at global and regional medical meetings as well as various types of on-demand webcasts.


Physicians’ Education Resource
Phil Talamo, CHCP, President
ptalamo@gotoper.com

Since 1995, Physicians’ Education Resource (PER) has been dedicated to advancing patient care through professional education in the oncology/hematology and multi-specialty disease states. Through its portfolio of live education, including 20+ annual international marquee meetings, satellite symposia, and grand rounds series, along with online education, including well-known video formats such as Medical Crossfire, PER translates the science of medicine into the art of patient care.

SILVER LEVEL SPONSORS


PeerAudience
Lisa Wray, Vice President
lisa.wray@peer-audience.com

PeerAudience has proprietary access to the world’s largest physician database of 3,5M+ profiles indexed by geography, learning behavior, and educational preferences. PeerAudience utilizes this database on behalf of medical education clients to provide specialty-specific participation in CME activities.  By partnering with clients to create activities based on target audience and educational format, PeerAudience is able to build custom online educational initiatives with budget options for almost all grant requests. This custom guarantee model provides clients with targeted audience generation solutions based on specialty, occupation, and geography.

PeerAudience is the only audience generation company to provide clients guaranteed results by target audience.

BRONZE LEVEL SPONSORS

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PVI

Chris Kriz, MHA, CHCP
chris.kriz@peerview.com
Ted Singer, CHCP
ted.singer@peerview.com

Through collaborations with leading academic and non-profit providers, health systems, professional societies, and patient organizations, PVI delivers innovative solutions for measurably improving patient outcomes and clinical competence, performance and quality, through educational interventions that leverage the integration of live, on-demand, and QI approaches, engaging busy professionals when, where, and how they learn best. Please visit us at PeerView.com and follow us @PeerView on Twitter.


Catalyst Medical Education, LLC
Louis Settembrino, CHCP
louis.settembrino@catalystmeded.com

Our mission is to accelerate learning throughout the continuum of care by providing healthcare professionals and patients around the world with education that empowers change. For more information, please visit www.catalystmeded.com.


CMEology
Rob Lowney, Principal/Managing Director
rlowney@cmeology.org

At CMEology, we know how to engage healthcare providers. With more than 25 years of experience, we create continuing medical education activities that inspire and empower learners. Our ideas begin and end with the patient. Embracing the principles of the National Quality Strategy, we add value to learning and strive to improve the effectiveness of patient care. Our latest innovation features graphic illustrations of patient scenarios using comic-style panels. To do this, we have teamed up with two comic book veterans renowned for their work at Marvel and DC Comics. Comics have allowed us to convey humanistic themes and emotions and have received rave reviews from learners.


Vindico Medical Education
Robert Esgro, Chief Operating Officer
resgro@vindicocme.com
Katie Robinson. PhD, Associate Director, Medical Research and Quality Outcomes
krobinson@vindicocme.com

Vindico Medical Education is dedicated to improving patient outcomes and experience by accelerating the translation of clinical evidence into practice. As a premier medical education company, Vindico is focused on providing innovative and engaging education to facilitate knowledge retention and behavior changes to address identified healthcare gaps. Vindico has been awarded Accreditation with Commendation status from the ACCME and Accreditation with Distinction by the ANCC. Vindico also is an accredited provider of continuing pharmacy education through the ACPE. Vindico continues to produce hundreds of successful educational activities each year, including 537 CE activities across 20 therapeutic areas in 2019 alone.

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Academy for Continued Healthcare Learning (ACHL)
Lisa Keckich, Executive Director
lkeckich@achlcme.org

ACHL actively engages and collaborates with diverse healthcare stakeholders to transform the reach and redefine the value of independent medical education. Through these collaborations and as an independent CME/CE provider, ACHL strives to promote positive change and improve the quality of care for patients everywhere. Based in Chicago, IL, ACHL’s team of 25 employees manages over 250 educational activities each year across a wide range of therapeutic areas – winning awards for our innovative designs and global reach.


Postgraduate Institute for Medicine
Michael Lemon, President
mlemon@pimed.com

The Postgraduate Institute for Medicine (PIM) has been providing trusted independent continuing education for healthcare professionals since 1979 and is a recognized leader for jointly provided continuing education activities. PIM is nationally accredited to certify education and issue continuing education credit to an interprofessional or multidisciplinary audience of learners, including physicians, physician assistants, registered nurses, nurse practitioners, pharmacists, social workers, psychologists, dentists, optometrists, healthcare executives, registered dieticians, addiction counselors, and clinical laboratory professionals. We specialize in joint providership, outcomes measurement, and grant solicitation/funding support. PIM also offers an eLearning platform with traffic guarantees, www.cmeuniversity.com.


CE Outcomes
Wendy Cerenzia
wendy.cerenzia@ceoutcomes.com

CE Outcomes, established in 2001, is an independent educational research company providing a wide range of services to pharmaceutical and medical education communication companies, including educational needs assessments and outcomes evaluation.  CE Outcomes provides a range of services to pharmaceutical and medical education companies to help them efficiently and effectively plan and direct medical educational resources, as well as understand the impact of these resources on clinician practice.  CE Outcomes has collaborated on projects that have resulted in over 50 peer-reviewed journal publications and over 100 conference presentations.


Integrity CE
Michael Baffuto, President

mbaffuto@integrityce.com

Integrity Continuing Education (Integrity CE) is a full-service, ACCME-accredited provider with commendation. Our mission is to develop and implement cutting-edge CME/CE initiatives featuring evidence-based content of the highest integrity. The goal of our program is to provide today’s busy healthcare providers with CME activities that affect change in clinical practice by improving healthcare provider competence and performance. Integrity CE, located in Tinton Falls, NJ, was founded in 2006. Since inception, Integrity CE has implemented over 2,500 medical education programs covering a variety of disease states and educational needs. Integrity CE’s core educational formats and capabilities include Practitioner’s Edge, the Hospital and Internal Medicine Forum, Clinical Commentary, Publication in Action, and Plot-Your-Own-Course, among others.

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