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Clinical Care Options Launches CCO HIV inPractice, a Unique, Free, Comprehensive Online Resource for Healthcare Providers at the Point of Care

RESTON, Va., Oct. 28 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Clinical Care Options (CCO), a leader in the development of innovative online, print, and live medical education programs and medical education technologies for healthcare professionals, announced the launch of CCO HIV inPractice, a new, free, online point-of-care resource for clinicians that provides critical information for the management of HIV/AIDS.

"CCO HIV inPractice will empower clinicians at the point of care to improve patient care by expanding access to the latest and highest-quality management information," said Jeffrey L. Drezner, MD, Ph.D., CEO of CCO. "In addition to searching the comprehensive reference content that has been developed specifically for inPractice as well as 5 additional databases, CCO inPractice users will be able to earn Point of Care CME credits, receive personalized recommendations for complementary CCO continuing education activities, and access links to other resources and interactive tools."

CCO HIV inPractice, authored by world-renowned experts, provides a single easy-to-use search tool to explore 42 original chapters designed specifically for point-of-care use, integrated with drug information, treatment guidelines, conference coverage, and PubMed abstracts. The Editors in Chief of CCO HIV inPractice, Joseph J. Eron, Jr., MD, of the University of North Carolina; Kimberly Y. Smith, MD, MPH, of Rush University; and Kathleen E. Squires, MD, of Thomas Jefferson University, have guided the development of content by 59 authors and will continue to oversee regular updates to this dynamic program found at

"The CCO team, pioneers in online HIV education for more than 20 years, has produced a remarkable resource to support those of us providing direct care in the clinic," said Kimberly Y. Smith, MD, MPH. "I am proud to be associated with this truly innovative point-of-care resource with its state-of-the-art content and technology. CCO HIV inPractice will be an essential resource for all clinicians looking for answers to their HIV management questions in the clinic setting."

CCO HIV inPractice is certified for Point of Care CME credit by USF Health. The CCO inPractice program is supported by independent medical education grants provided by commercial supporters.

For more information about CCO inPractice, visit or email

About Clinical Care Options

Clinical Care Options, a leader in the development of innovative, interactive, online medical education programs and proprietary medical education technologies for healthcare professionals, creates and publishes original continuing medical education and information resources that are designed specifically for healthcare providers in the areas of HIV, hepatitis/gastroenterology, and oncology. CCO's educational programs are developed not only to provide the latest scientific information but also to support the understanding, confidence, application, and competence of healthcare professional learners. In addition to the latest point-of-care resource, inPractice, CCO provides a spectrum of live and online educational programs and formats. For more information about the company and its programs, visit

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