Dear Dr. Example,
Approximately one week after the CME program entitled: Advances in Primary Care Medicine
(April 23-25), we asked participating physicians (n = 174) to identify any changes they were
considering to make in their practice as a result of their attendance.
Forty-one percent (n = 72) of these physicians responded, of which 76% reported they were
considering a change in practice as a result of participating in this CME program.
You identified the following practice changes as under consideration:
1. Recommend screening mammography every 2 years for women aged 40 and older
2. Will initiate osteoporosis treatment in postmenopausal women who have
experienced a fragility or low-impact fracture
3. Check HbA1c every 3-4 months in diabetic patients
If we can assist you by identifying resources or references for any practice changes you are
considering as a result of participating in this CME program, please contact Jason Olivieri,
assessCME, at (904) XXX-XXXX or Jason@assessCME.com.
For reference, on the next page is a summary of practice changes identified as under
consideration by your colleagues who participated in Advances in Primary Care Medicine.
Have a great day!
Jason Olivieri, MPH
Medical Education Assessment
Summary of Practice Changes under Consideration from Physician Participants
in the CME Program: Advances in Primary Care Medicine
• Recommend screening mammography every 2 years for
women aged 40 and older
• Screen men and women 50 years of age or older for
• Screen all patients for diabetes every 3 years starting at
• Recommend medical nutrition therapy for all patients
• Check HbA1c every 3-4 months in diabetic patients
• Target <7.0% HbA1c in diabetic patients
• Perform eye and foot screen in diabetic patients every 3
• Will diagnose GERD on the basis of