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CardioCareLive.com, First Ever Online Cardiometabolic Conference, Revolutionizes Continuing Medical Education for Cardiovascular Healthcare Professionals
Date:4/2/2009

More than 1,500 CME Sessions Viewed at www.CardioCareLive.com, Now Available On-Demand Through June 2009

Boston, MA (PRWEB) April 2, 2009 -- CardioCareLive.com, the inaugural online medical conference for physicians and healthcare professionals working with patients with cardiometabolic risk factors, concluded its live event on March 4. Free continuing medical education, which includes video webcasts and a faculty of world-renowned cardiometabolic experts, is now available on demand at CardioCareLive.com through June 30, 2009. The event was cited as a success by speakers, attendees and sponsors. In fact, in a attendee survey, 97% of respondents said they would recommend CardioCareLive.com to a colleague, and 94% said they would return to access presentations on-demand.

"Thanks so much for the opportunity to participate," said Christine Saracco of the Vascular Disease Foundation. "I was very impressed overall by the production."

CardioCareLive.com on-demand content, which includes 20 hours of presentations on topics such as "New Insights into the Management of Patients with Heart Failure" presented by Clyde Yancy, MD, and "Reducing Cardiovascular Risk in Diabetes" presented by Richard Nesto, MD, offers the convenience of completing CME from the convenience of a computer. Goals of the free CME offered at CardioCareLive.com and produced in collaboration with the Johns Hopkins Office of Continuing Education is to enable medical professionals to improve the assessment of
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