Our new platform CurrentMD COVID allows providers to stay current with the latest research and findings at the rate of discovery, so they can successfully diagnose and treat patients even as the disease continues to evolve.
I Don’t Care host, Kevin Stevenson, was joined by Mary Ellen Beliveau, CEO of Knowledge to Practice (K2P) for an in-depth discussion on education in the healthcare space.
Founder and CEO of Knowledge to Practice Mary Ellen Beliveau discusses the economics behind a startup on Office Hours with David Meltzer.
Founder and CEO Mary Ellen Beliveau, Medical Director Daniel Davis, MD, and Chair of the Advisory Board David Nash, MD, MBA discuss "Innovations in Physician Engagement & Provider Learning."
In the early stages of the pandemic, because testing options were limited, doctors relied on other tests to diagnose coronavirus and health issues exacerbated by COVID-19.
In this episode, you’ll hear from Mary Ellen Beliveau, Founder and CEO of Knowledge to Practice. She shares how her daughter’s battle with congenital heart disease drove her to improve the delivery of value-based care.
Knowledge to Practice (K2P), a leading provider of personalized, competency-based lifelong learning for practicing physicians, hospitals, and healthcare systems, today announced it has named David B. Nash, MD, MBA, as Chairman of its Advisory Board.
Even as many industries continue to suffer devastating setbacks due to the COVID-19 pandemic, one sector that has enjoyed an “embarrassment of profits” is health insurance.
Interview with Mary Ellen Beliveau by Douglas Brown, Thrive Global “Celebrate big successes comprehensively and with vigor for 24 hours, then face the next day as if your competition were five miles ahead of you. Launches of new products, increased retention, big or high profile enterprise sales, hitting e-commerce bookings goals, are all examples of
Mary Ellen Beliveau: “If I’m an OB/GYN and all of a sudden I’m in the ICU, I don’t know how to run a ventilator. I’ve never run a ventilator before. I could be the best OB/GYN in the country. But suddenly, being put in a different area of practice and then to be expected to