Quality and Value in Continuing Medical Education
Certified and non-certified CME, Ongoing Education and Training
Welcome to HealthONEŽ University, the interactive certified and non-certified CME website for ongoing continuing medical education and training. As Denver's largest healthcare system and one of the most respected organizations in the country, we have decades of proven patient outcomes and dedicated, experienced medical staff members.
We make it easy for physicians and other healthcare professionals to stay up to date on both clinical and non-clinical practice issues so you can apply the best and most current protocol to your patients' health needs.

Continuing Medical Education Online

Medical/Surgical: Bariatric Surgery New Techniques and Guidelines - Presented by John Pilcher, MD Methodist Specialty and Transplant Hospital
Live   |   1 Credit(s)

LEARNING OBJECTIVES Following the presentation, each participant should be able to: 1.Explain why conversations with patients about obesity and therapy options save lives. 2.Construct an understanding of treatment options for obese patients with diabetes and how these surgical interventions affect the endocrine and met

Release Date: 1/13/2017   |   End Date: 1/13/2020

Neurology/Stroke: Subarachnoid Hemorrhage: Diagnosis and Initial Management Presented by Ira Chang, MD
Live   |   1 Credit(s)

LEARNING OBJECTIVES Following the presentation, each participant should be able to: 1. Describe the clinical features of SAH, including Hunt and Hess grading scale 2. Discuss the testing options for diagnosis of SAH. 3. Review the initial goals of management of SAH.

Release Date: 1/13/2017   |   End Date: 1/13/2020
David Loy, MD, PhD Pulsatile Tinnitus and other Dangerous Conditions of the Head and Neck NON-CME
Live

David Loy, MD, PhD Pulsatile Tinnitus and other Dangerous Conditions of the Head and Neck NON-CME

Release Date: 1/13/2017   |   End Date: 1/13/2020
David Loy, MD, PhD Hemorrhagic Stroke Art & Aneurysms NON-CME
Live

David Loy, MD, PhD Hemorrhagic Stroke Art & Aneurysms NON-CME

Release Date: 1/13/2017   |   End Date: 1/13/2020
Neurology/Stroke: Acute Stroke Therapy: Putting the Guidelines into Action Presented by Russell Bartt, MD
Enduring   |   1 Credit(s)

LEARNING OBJECTIVES Following the presentation, each participant should be able to: 1.Know the indications and exclusion criteria for alteplase (recombinant tissue plasminogen activator/rtPA). 2.Recognize the importance of the NIH stroke and name at least one other scale used to assess stroke patients. 3.Know recommended

Release Date: 12/01/2016   |   End Date: 12/01/2019

Oncology: Advances in the Treatment of Ostenecrosis - Presented by Cynthia Kelly, MD
Live   |   1 Credit(s)

New Course
LEARNING OBJECTIVES Following the presentation, each participant should be able to: 1Review diagnosis of osteonecrosis. 2Discuss treatment options for osteonecrosis. 3Review classifications and work up for osteonecrosis.

Release Date: 11/01/2017   |   End Date: 11/01/2020

Orthopedic/Spine: Orthopedic Evaluation of Musculoskeletal Tumors - Presented by Cynthia Kelly, MD
Live   |   1 Credit(s)

New Course
LEARNING OBJECTIVES Following the presentation, each participant should be able to: 1Discuss physical exam for evaluation of musculoskeletal tumors. 2Review clinical presentation and clinical assessments of musculoskeletal tumors. 3Discuss treatment options for musculoskeletal tumors.

Release Date: 11/01/2017   |   End Date: 11/01/2020

Pediatric: Neck Masses in Pediatric Patients Presented by Sergio Cervantes, MD
Enduring   |   1 Credit(s)

LEARNING OBJECTIVES Following the presentation, each participant should be able to: 1.Review the differential diagnosis for neck masses in children. 2.Discuss the work up for neck masses in children. 3.Review treatment options for neck masses in children.

Release Date: 12/01/2016   |   End Date: 12/01/2019

Women's: Adolescent Pelvic Pain & the Gynecologic Etiologies - Presented by Stephanie Wright, DO
Live   |   1 Credit(s)

New Course
LEARNING OBJECTIVES Following the presentation, each participant should be able to: 1.Identify gynecologic causes of adolescent pelvic pain. 2.Discuss how to initiate appropriate evaluation for symptoms. 3.Describe how to implement first steps of treatment plan.

Release Date: 11/01/2017   |   End Date: 11/01/2020
Women's: Vaginal Rejuvenation Therapies - Presented by Kimberly Larson Ohlsen, MD
Live   |   1 Credit(s)

LEARNING OBJECTIVES Following the presentation, each participant should be able to: 1. To review the epidemiology of vulvovaginal atrophy 2. To discuss the pathophysiology of vulvovaginal atrophy 3. To provide an update on the most current treatment options for vulvovaginal atrophy

Release Date: 1/13/2017   |   End Date: 1/13/2020
Prevention: Female Urinary Prevention Presented by James Lukban, DO - UROGyn
Enduring   |   1 Credit(s)

Following the presentation, each participant should be able to: 1.Discuss the etiology of female urinary incontinence. 2.Review the evaluation of lower urinary tract dysfunction. 3.Evaluate the treatment of both stress urinary incontinence and overactive bladder. 4.Improve patient management of neonates, infants and children through the introduction of new or updated knowledge, techniques, equ

Release Date: 8/05/2015   |   End Date: 8/05/2018

Urinalysis with Reflex Culture: NON - CME
Live

Urinalysis with Reflex Culture

Release Date: 3/28/2018   |   End Date: 3/28/2020

Robotic Surgery: Single-Site Robotic Hysterectomy - Presented by Richard Farnam, MD and Devin Garza, MD
Live   |   1 Credit(s)

Following the presentation, each participant should be able to: Describe reproducible robotic single-site approach to hysterectomy. Address challenges and define the learning curve for Single Site surgery. Understanding and preventing hernia, dehiscence and other complications in single-site surgery

Release Date: 8/21/2015   |   End Date: 8/21/2018
Robotic Surgery: Tissue Extraction: Alternatives to Power Morcellation for MIS Hysterectomy and Myomectomy - Presented by Darin Swainston, MD and Devin Garza, MD
Live   |   1 Credit(s)

Following the presentation, each participant should be able to: Recognize the benefits of minimally invasive approaches to hysterectomy and myomectomy Assess preoperative risks of LMS to reduce likelihood of complications Describe and explain tissue extraction methods to preserve the use of minimally invasive surgery.

Release Date: 8/21/2015   |   End Date: 8/21/2018