Joint Providerships

National Jewish Health frequently collaborates with professional associations, medical societies, patient advocacy groups, foundations, and other non-profit organizations to strengthen the quality of our programs and to increase our reach into the health care community.

National Jewish Health also partners with high-quality medical education companies as joint providers to produce CME activities around the country, as well as internationally. As the accredited provider in a joint providership, National Jewish Health is actively involved in developing the needs assessment and interviewing key opinion leaders, as well as content development and review, and executing the program.

If you are interested in collaborating with National Jewish Health, please contact Meg Dingae, Manager of Educational Partnerships and Collaborations, at dingaem@njhealth.org.
 

National Jewish Health Office of Professional Education collaborations:

 
  • American Thoracic Society
  • National Medical Association
 
  • Assuring Better Child Health and Development
  • North American Quitline Consortium
 
  • Clinical Diabetes Endocrine Institute
  • PeerView Institute for Medical Education
 
  • Colorado Center for Bone Research
  • PlatformQ
 
  • Colorado Health Foundation
  • ProPatient

 

  • COPD Foundation
  • Pulmonary Fibrosis Foundation

 

  • freeCME.com
  • Rocky Mountain Youth Clinics

 

  • HealthCare Research
  • Salud Family Health Centers

 

  • Hunger Free Colorado
  • San Luis Valley Health

 

  • Integrity Continuing Education
  • Scientific Therapeutics Information

 

  • LiveWell Colorado
  • Smoking Cessation Leadership Center

 

  • MCM Education
  • The France Foundation

 

  • Medscape
  • Valley-Wide Health Systems

 

  • Metro Community Provider Network
  • Western Society of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology

 

  • National Eczema Association

 


CME/CE OPPORTUNITIES 


Office of Professional Education Earns Awards
 
The Office of Professional Education was awarded the Best Practice in Collaboration Award and the Best Practice in Research Award at the 2014 Colorado Alliance of Continuing Medical Education (CACME) Annual Meeting. Read more.