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Medical Education Solutions changes name to Med-IQ

US-based Medical Education Solutions Group has changed its name to Med-IQ to better reflect its brand promise to provide high quality medical education to healthcare professionals

US-based Medical Education Solutions Group (MESG) has changed its name to Med-IQ to better reflect its brand promise to provide high quality medical education to healthcare professionals.

Med-IQ is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME), the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE), and the California Board of Registered Nursing (CBRN) to provide continuing medical education to physicians and other healthcare professionals. The company's accreditation status, ownership, management, key staff, and physical location will not change.

Launched in 2005, Med-IQ's mission is to deliver education that brings measurable change in healthcare provider competency and performance to improve the patient experience and outcome.

Med-IQ specialises in providing CME/CE that responds to diverse learning styles and offers healthcare professionals greater accessibility to education. Educational activities are deployed through multimedia formats including live events, interactive webcasts, podcasts, satellite television broadcasts in hospitals, audioconferences, DVDs and print publications. Med-IQ measures the efficacy of its clinical and practice management activities through outcomes assessments.

Gerry Hartung, co-CEO of Med-IQ, said: ìThe name change is an exciting step in the evolution of our company. Our new company name better reflects our mission, our vision, and our values."

9th August 2007

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