THE U.S. CONTINUING MEDICAL EDUCATION MARKET SIZE WAS VALUED AT USD 2,712.55 MILLION IN 2021 AND IS EXPECTED TO REACH USD 3,830.46 MILLION BY 2027, GROWING AT A CAGR OF 5.92% DURING THE FORECAST PERIOD

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• Delivery Mode: Classroom Training, E-Learning, Regularly Scheduled Series, Journals, and Others
• Speciality: Oncology, Cardiology, Infectious Disease, Orthopedic, Dental, Primary Care, Gastroenterology, General Surgery, Pediatrics, Allergy & Immunology, Endocrinology &     Metabolism, and Others
• Providers: NPOs, Publishing/Education Company, School Of Medicine, Hospital/Healthcare Delivery System, and Others

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MARKET SIZE (REVENUE) USD 3,830.46 MILLION (2027)
CAGR 5.92% (2022-2027)
BASE YEAR 2021
FORECAST YEAR 2022-2027
MARKET SEGMENTS Delivery Mode (Classroom Training, E-Learning, Regularly Scheduled Series, Journals, and Others), Speciality (Oncology, Cardiology, Infectious Disease, Orthopedic, Dental, Primary Care, Gastroenterology, General Surgery, Pediatric, Allergy & Immunology, Endocrinology & Metabolism, and Others), Providers (NPOs, Publishing/Education Company, School Of Medicine, Hospital/Healthcare Delivery System, and Others)

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[206 Pages Report] The U.S. continuing medical education market size was valued at USD 2,712.55 million in 2021 and is expected to reach USD 3,830.46 million by 2027, growing at a CAGR of 5.92% during the forecast period.

Healthcare is one of the industries where online and blended learning is replacing traditional classroom training at an incredible pace. Online learning is personal and is accessed using smartphones, tablets, and laptops at your choice of time and place. Online courseware is designed and built to be engaging and interactive, using quality images, video, audio, and animation to help users comprehend and retain knowledge.

  • Next-Generation Simulation Technology For CME: Changes in medical practice that limit class hours and patient availability, increased diagnostic, management possibilities, and technological advances have contributed to the increasing use of simulation techniques in medical education. Simulation technology as an educational tool is revolutionizing medical education, including the acquisition and maintenance of skills and knowledge, integrating technology into a comprehensive clinical curriculum that includes certification and recertification, and adopting proficiency and awareness, practical and competent improvement, and measurement of results. Thus, it will drive demand in the Continuing Medical Education Market in the US in the forecast period.
  • Preference Towards Short Time CME Courses: Time is a challenging factor for physicians across the globe. Allocation of more time on other CME programs will further pressure their schedule. Physicians around the world prefer shorter educational activities required to manage their patients. Most young physicians prefer concise (i.e., < 15 minutes) online, text-based activities and interactive clinical decision-making resources. Physicians are the most critical assets for any healthcare system. Thus, there is a need for a structured process for continuous training, exposure, learning, and improvement to continue applying their skills and knowledge correctly. Vendors can use this as an opportunity to thrive in the healthcare education market.

KEY HIGHLIGHTS OF THE REPORT

  • COVID-19 has positively impacted the CME programs; there is increased demand for the CME programs for the latest technology and infectious diseases provided online.
  • Increased competitiveness and an increased number of healthcare professionals in various counties force physicians to pursue CME programs to stay competitive. This factor is driving demand in CME Market in the US.
  • In the U.S., there has been an increased demand for mobile platform education. Physicians of all age groups are happy using the online platform for CME, but younger generations prefer using a mobile platform more than old physicians. Smartphones are the primary devices for CME as they are the go-to devices for accessing patient care information.
  • The need for doctors to get recertified every few years to retain their board-certified status is likely to fuel the demand for CME services in the coming years

U.S. CONTINUING MEDICAL EDUCATION MARKET SEGMENTATION

  • The E-learning delivery method will witness an absolute growth of more than 70% in the forecast period. Increased internet coverage and the evolution of gadgets have helped the education system adapt to new media to attract students. Some of the main benefits of the internet-based CME include improved access, convenience, and flexibility, reduced travel expenses, and time. But classroom learning still has the highest share in S. Continuing Medical Education (CME) Market. It is preferred as face-to-face interaction with the students, and the professors are more appealing. Many group activities help discuss and solve cases, thus providing better brainstorming and knowledge transfer sessions.
  • In cardiology specialization, not to physicians, there is also a massive demand for cardiac nurses in the market. The supporting nurses should handle the emergency patients, provide first-aid treatments to save patients, etc. These skills have become a necessity for nurses. As technologies evolve in the cardiology segment, physicians and surgeons prefer skilled helping nurses to handle the complex surgeries in hospitals. Thus, there is a huge opportunity for vendors to provide courses for doctors and nurses.

VENDOR LANDSCAPE

  • The vendors in the CME market are start-up educational companies, branded medical schools, NGOs, physician associations, Insurance companies. In addition to this, the military institutions also provide CME programs to physicians.
  • Mednax Creqs has launched a new cloud-based continuing education platform. This unique and improved online portal is designed to help physicians, advanced practice providers, and other medical professionals across the US to earn AMA PRA Category 1 credits and nursing contact hours.
  • AtlusCampus, an upcoming startup in the CME market, also called The Netflix of CME,” offers subscribers an extensive library of CME content in exchange for a low monthly or annual fee.
  • Doximity is one of the largest social networks for medical professionals. It offers an accredited CME option for doctors, nurses, and physician’s assistants. Users can read and submit eligible articles and research papers using the app to earn CME credit.

The U.S. continuing medical education market  research report includes in-depth coverage of the industry analysis with revenue and forecast insights for the following segments:

Market segmentation by Delivery Mode

  • Classroom Training
  • E-Learning
  • Regularly Scheduled Series
  • Journals
  • Others

Market segmentation by Speciality:

  • Oncology
  • Cardiology
  • Infectious Disease
  • Orthopedic
  • Dental
  • Primary Care
  • Gastroenterology
  • General Surgery
  • Pediatric
  • Allergy & Immunology
  • Endocrinology & Metabolism
  • Others

Market segmentation by Providers

  • NPOs
  • Publishing/Education Company
  • School Of Medicine
  • Hospital/Healthcare Delivery System
  • Others

Frequently Asked Questions

What will be the growth of the continuing medical education market in the U.S. in the coming years?

CME market in the U.S. will grow with a CAGR of 5.92% in the period of 2022-2026.

Why are short-duration courses being preferred more than long-duration ones in U.S. continuing medical education market?

Short-duration courses are preferred more by physicians because of their extremely busy schedules. Most young physicians prefer very short (i.e., < 15 minutes) online, text-based activities, and interactive clinical decision-making resources.

How did COVID-19 impact the U.S. continuing medical education market?

During COVID-19 the demand for physicians has gone high drastically. The physicians who were working in the outpatient ward for years together were now supposed to handle the ventilator in the emergency room. Thus skill gaps were required to be filled. Therefore COVID-19 supported the growth of the U.S. continuing medical education market.

Who are some players bringing about innovation in the U.S. continuing medical education market?

Some players bringing about innovation in U.S. continuing medical education market are Doximity, AltusCampus, Epocrates, MED NAX CREQS, and AMA Ed Hub.

What are the segments covered in the U.S. continuing medical education industry report?

The segments covered in the U.S. continuing medical education industry report are delivery mode, speciality, and providers.

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The U.S. continuing medical education market size was valued at USD 2,712.55 million in 2021 and is expected to reach USD 3,830.46 million by 2027, growing at a CAGR of 5.92% during the forecast period

The following factors are likely to contribute to the growth of the U.S. continuing medical education market -

  • Introduction of Next-Generation Simulation Technology For CME
  • Increased Demand for Mobile Platform Education
  • Increased Adoption of CME Among Non-physicians Healthcare Professionals
  • Increasing Preference for Short Time CME Courses
  • Growth in Student Enrolment for Medical Schools

Base Year: 2021

Forecast Year: 2022-2027

The study considers a detailed scenario of the present U.S. continuing medical education market and its dynamics for 2022−2027. It covers a detailed overview of several market growth enablers, restraints, and trends. The report offers both the demand and supply aspects of the market. It profiles and examines leading companies and other prominent ones operating in the market.

Key Vendors

  • AcademicCME
  • AffinityCE
  • Albert Einstein College of Medicine
  • AMA Ed Hub
  • American College of Cardiology
  • American Medical Seminars
  • American Society for Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery (ASMBS)
  • Antidote Education Company
  • AO North America
  • Aspirus
  • AXIS Medical Education
  • Ballad Health
  • Baptist Health South Florida
  • Baylor College of Medicine
  • BorderRAC
  • Boston University School of Medicine (BUSM)
  • Brody School of Medicine East Carolina University
  • Bryan Health
  • Bureau of Infectious Disease and Laboratory Sciences
  • The Center for Forensic Psychiatry
  • The Carlat CME Institute
  • Cine-Med
  • CME Outfitters
  • CME Procedures
  • Continuing Education Company
  • COPIC Insurance Company
  • Curi
  • Current Reviews
  • EB Medicine
  • Essential CME
  • EXCEL CME
  • Florida Psychiatric Society
  • Forefront Collaborative
  • Great Valley Publishing Company
  • Georgia Chapter of the American College of Cardiology
  • Greeley Company
  • Haymarket Medical Education
  • HonorHealth
  • Indiana University School of Medicine
  • Kenes Group
  • Lowell General Hospital
  • MagMutual
  • The MEDICAL MUTUAL Liability Insurance Society Of Maryland
  • Medicus
  • Med Learning Group
  • Med-IQ
  • MedScape
  • MLMIC Insurance Company
  • NORCAL Mutual Insurance Company
  • Oakstone CME
  • Opus Medicus
  • Orthopaedic Trauma Association
  • Penn Medicine Lancaster General Health
  • PESI Healthcare
  • Relias
  • Research To Practice
  • Rockpointe Corporation
  • Stanford Medicine
  • Salus Global
  • The Society for Simulation in Healthcare
  • Tower Health
  • UpToDate
  • University of North Dakota
  • University of California, Irvine
  • World Class CME

 

Market segmentation by Delivery Mode

  • Classroom Training
  • E-Learning
  • Regularly Scheduled Series
  • Journals
  • Others

Market segmentation by Speciality:

  • Oncology
  • Cardiology
  • Infectious Disease
  • Orthopedic
  • Dental
  • Primary Care
  • Gastroenterology
  • General Surgery
  • Pediatric
  • Allergy & Immunology
  • Endocrinology & Metabolism
  • Others

Market segmentation by Providers

  • NPOs
  • Publishing/Education Company
  • School Of Medicine
  • Hospital/Healthcare Delivery System
  • Others

1 Research Methodology

2 Research Objectives

3 Research Process

4 Scope & Coverage

4.1 Market Definition

4.1.1 Inclusions

4.1.2 Exclusions

4.1.3 Market Estimation Caveats

4.2 Base Year

4.3 Scope of The Study

4.3.1 Segmentation by Delivery Mode

4.3.2 Market Segmentation by Specialty

4.3.3 Market Segmentation by Providers

5 Report Assumptions & Caveats

5.1 Key Caveats

5.2 Currency Conversion

5.3 Market Derivation

6 Market at a Glance

7 Introduction

7.1 Overview

7.2 Impact of Covid-19

8 Market Opportunities & Trends

8.1 Introduction of Next-Generation Simulation Technology For CME

8.2 Increased Demand for Mobile Platform Education

8.3 Increased Adoption of CME Among Non-Physicians Healthcare Professionals

8.4 High Preference for Short-Term CME Courses

9 Market Growth Enablers

9.1 Adoption of Digital Learning

9.2 Growth in Student Enrolment for Medical Schools

9.3 Shortage of Skilled Physicians

9.4 Consistent Expansion of Healthcare Industry & Occurrence Of New Diseases

10 Market Restraints

10.1 Pharma Influence Leading to Biased CME Content

10.2 Increasing Patient Pressure on Physicians

10.3 Heterogeneity of CME Training Programs

11 Market Landscape

11.1 Market Overview

11.1.1 US: Continuing Medical Education (CME)

11.2 Market Size & Forecast

11.2.1 Delivery Mode

11.2.2 Specialty

11.2.3 Providers

11.3 Five Forces Analysis

11.3.1 Threat of New Entrants

11.3.2 Bargaining Power of Suppliers

11.3.3 Bargaining Power of Buyers

11.3.4 Threat of Substitutes

11.3.5 Competitive Rivalry

12 Delivery Mode

12.1 Market Snapshot & Growth Engine

12.2 Market Overview

12.3 Classroom-Based Training

12.3.1 Market Overview

12.3.2 Market Size & Forecast

12.4 E-Learning

12.4.1 Market Overview

12.4.2 Market Size & Forecast

12.5 Regularly Scheduled Series (RSS)

12.5.1 Market Overview

12.5.2 Market Size & Forecast

12.6 Journals

12.6.1 Market Overview

12.6.2 Market Size & Forecast

12.7 Others

12.7.1 Market Overview

12.7.2 Market Size & Forecast

13 Specialty

13.1 Market Snapshot & Growth Engine

13.2 Market Overview

13.3 Oncology

13.3.1 Market Overview

13.3.2 Market Size & Forecast

13.4 Cardiology

13.4.1 Market Overview

13.4.2 Market Size & Forecast

13.5 Infectious Disease

13.5.1 Market Overview

13.5.2 Market Size & Forecast

13.6 Orthopedic

13.6.1 Market Overview

13.6.2 Market Size & Forecast

13.7 Dental

13.7.1 Market Overview

13.7.2 Market Size & Forecast

13.8 Primary Care

13.8.1 Market Overview

13.8.2 Market Size & Forecast

13.9 Gastroenterology

13.9.1 Market Overview

13.9.2 Market Size & Forecast

13.10 General Surgery

13.10.1 Market Overview

13.10.2 Market Size & Forecast

13.11 Pediatric

13.11.1 Market Overview

13.11.2 Market Size & Forecast

13.12 Allergy & Immunology

13.12.1 Market Overview

13.12.2 Market Size & Forecast

13.13 Endocrinology & Metabolism

13.13.1 Market Overview

13.13.2 Market Size & Forecast

13.14 Others

13.14.1 Market Overview

13.14.2 Market Size & Forecast

14 Providers

14.1 Market Snapshot & Growth Engine

14.2 Market Overview

14.3 NPO And Physician Membership Organizations

14.3.1 Market Overview

14.3.2 Market Size & Forecast

14.4 Publishing/Educational Company

14.4.1 Market Overview

14.4.2 Market Size & Forecast

14.5 School of Medicine

14.5.1 Market Overview

14.5.2 Market Size & Forecast

14.6 Hospital/ Healthcare Delivery Systems

14.6.1 Market Overview

14.6.2 Market Size & Forecast

14.7 Others

14.7.1 Market Overview

14.7.2 Market Size & Forecast

15 Competitive Landscape

15.1 Competition Overview

16 Prominent Vendors

16.1 ACADEMICCME

16.1.1 Business Overview

16.1.2 Product Offerings

16.2 AFFINITYCE

16.2.1 Business Overview

16.2.2 Product Offerings

16.3 ALBERT EINSTEIN COLLEGE OF MEDICINE

16.3.1 Business Overview

16.3.2 Product Offering

16.4 AMA ED HUB

16.4.1 Business Overview

16.4.2 Product Offering

16.5 AMERICAN COLLEGE OF CARDIOLOGY

16.5.1 Business Overview

16.5.2 Product Offering

16.6 AMERICAN MEDICAL SEMINARS

16.6.1 Business Overview

16.6.2 Product Offering

16.7 AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR METABOLIC AND BARIATRIC SURGERY

16.7.1 Business Overview

16.7.2 Product Offerings

16.8 ANTIDOTE EDUCATION COMPANY

16.8.1 Business Overview

16.8.2 Product Offerings

16.9 AO NORTH AMERICA

16.9.1 Business Overview

16.9.2 Product Offerings

16.10 ASPIRUS

16.10.1 Business Overview

16.10.2 Product Offering

16.11 AXIS MEDICAL EDUCATION

16.11.1 Business Overview

16.11.2 Product Offering

16.12 BALLAD HEALTH

16.12.1 Business Overview

16.12.2 Product Offering

16.13 BAPTIST HEALTH SOUTH FLORIDA

16.13.1 Business Overview

16.13.2 Product Offering

16.14 BAYLOR COLLEGE OF MEDICINE

16.14.1 Business Overview

16.15 BORDERRAC

16.15.1 Business Overview

16.15.2 Product Offerings

16.16 BOSTON UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE

16.16.1 Business Overview

16.16.2 Product Offering

16.17 BRODY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE EAST CAROLINA UNIVERSITY

16.17.1 Business Overview

16.17.2 Product Offering

16.18 BRYAN HEALTH

16.18.1 Business Overview

16.18.2 Product Offering

16.19 BUREAU OF INFECTIOUS DISEASE AND LABORATORY SCIENCES

16.19.1 Business Overview

16.19.2 Product Offering

16.20 THE CENTER FOR FORENSIC PSYCHIATRY (CFP)

16.20.1 Business Overview

16.20.2 Product Offering

16.21 THE CARLAT CME INSTITUTE

16.21.1 Business Overview

16.21.2 Product Offering

16.22 CINE-MED

16.22.1 Business Overview

16.22.2 Product Offering

16.23 CME OUTFITTERS

16.23.1 Business Overview

16.23.2 Product Offering

16.24 CME PROCEDURES

16.24.1 Business Overview

16.24.2 Product Offering

16.25 CONTINUING EDUCATION COMPANY

16.25.1 Business Overview

16.25.2 Product Offering

16.26 COPIC INSURANCE COMPANY

16.26.1 Business Overview

16.26.2 Product Offering

16.27 CURI

16.27.1 Business Overview

16.27.2 Product Offering

16.28 CURRENT REVIEWS

16.28.1 Business Overview

16.28.2 Product Offerings

16.29 EB MEDICINE

16.29.1 Business Overview

16.29.2 Product Offering

16.30 ESSENTIAL CME

16.30.1 Business Overview

16.30.2 Product Offerings

16.31 EXCEL CME

16.31.1 Business Overview

16.31.2 Product Offering

16.32 FLORIDA PSYCHIATRIC SOCIETY

16.32.1 Business Overview

16.32.2 Product Offering

16.33 FOREFRONT COLLABORATIVE

16.33.1 Business Overview

16.33.2 Product Offerings

16.34 GREAT VALLEY PUBLISHING COMPANY

16.34.1 Business Overview

16.34.2 Product Offering

16.35 GEORGIA CHAPTER OF THE AMERICAN COLLEGE OF CARDIOLOGY

16.35.1 Business Overview

16.35.2 Product Offerings

16.36 GREELEY COMPANY

16.36.1 Business Overview

16.36.2 Product Offerings

16.37 HAYMARKET MEDICAL EDUCATION

16.37.1 Business Overview

16.37.2 Product Offering

16.38 HONORHEALTH

16.38.1 Business Overview

16.38.2 Product Offerings

16.39 INDIANA UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE

16.39.1 Business Overview

16.39.2 Product Offering

16.40 KENES GROUP

16.40.1 Business Overview

16.40.2 Product Offerings

16.41 LOWELL GENERAL HOSPITAL

16.41.1 Business Overview

16.41.2 Product Offering

16.42 MAGMUTUAL

16.42.1 Business Overview

16.42.2 Product Offering

16.43 THE MEDICAL MUTUAL LIABILITY INSURANCE SOCIETY OF MARYLAND

16.43.1 Business Overview

16.43.2 Product Offerings

16.44 MEDICUS

16.44.1 Business Overview

16.44.2 Product Offering

16.45 MED LEARNING GROUP

16.45.1 Business Overview

16.45.2 Product Offerings

16.46 MED-IQ

16.46.1 Business Overview

16.46.2 Product Offerings

16.47 MEDSCAPE

16.47.1 Business Overview

16.47.2 Product Offering

16.48 MLMIC INSURANCE COMPANY

16.48.1 Business Overview

16.48.2 Product Offering

16.49 NORCAL MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY

16.49.1 Business Overview

16.49.2 Product Offering

16.50 OAKSTONE CME

16.50.1 Business Overview

16.50.2 Product Offering

16.51 OPUS MEDICUS

16.51.1 Business Overview

16.51.2 Product Offerings

16.52 ORTHOPAEDIC TRAUMA ASSOCIATION

16.52.1 Business Overview

16.52.2 Product Offerings

16.53 PENN MEDICINE LANCASTER GENERAL HEALTH

16.53.1 Business Overview

16.53.2 Product Offering

16.54 PESI HEALTHCARE

16.54.1 Business Overview

16.54.2 Product Offering

16.55 RELIAS

16.55.1 Business Overview

16.55.2 Product Offering

16.56 RESEARCH TO PRACTICE (RTP)

16.56.1 Business Overview

16.56.2 Product Offering

16.57 ROCKPOINTE CORPORATION

16.57.1 Business Overview

16.57.2 Product Offering

16.58 STANFORD MEDICINE

16.58.1 Business Overview

16.58.2 Product Offering

16.59 SALUS GLOBAL

16.59.1 Business Overview

16.59.2 Product Offering

16.60 THE SOCIETY FOR SIMULATION IN HEALTHCARE

16.60.1 Business Overview

16.60.2 Product Offerings

16.61 TOWER HEALTH

16.61.1 Business Overview

16.61.2 Product Offering

16.62 UPTODATE

16.62.1 Business Overview

16.62.2 Product Offering

16.63 UNIVERSITY OF NORTH DAKOTA

16.63.1 Business Overview

16.63.2 Product Offering

16.64 UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, IRVINE

16.64.1 Business Overview

16.64.2 Product Offering

16.65 WORLD CLASS CME

16.65.1 Business Overview

16.65.2 Product Offerings

17 Report Summary

17.1 Key Takeaways

17.2 Strategic Recommendations

18 Quantitative Summary

18.1 Market by Segmentation

18.1.1 Delivery Mode Segmentation

18.1.2 Specialty Segmentation

18.1.3 Provider Segmentation

19 Appendix

19.1 Abbreviations

LIST OF EXHIBITS            

Exhibit 1              Segmentation of US Continuing Medical Education (CME) Market

Exhibit 2              Market Size Calculation Approach 2021

Exhibit 3              Impact of Introduction of Next-Generation Simulation Technology For CME

Exhibit 4              Simulation-based CME learning Method Feedback

Exhibit 5              Reasons for Mobile Platform Incorporation into CME

Exhibit 6              Primary Device Used for Patient Care Information among Physicians

Exhibit 7              Number of Interactions in CME Presented by Providers Accredited in ACCME System (in million)

Exhibit 8              Duration of CME Activities Preferred by Physicians

Exhibit 9              Major Factors affecting CME Activities

Exhibit 10            Impact of Adoption of Digital Learning

Exhibit 11            Reasons for Adoption of Digital Learning

Exhibit 12            Impact of Growth in Student Enrolment for Medical Schools

Exhibit 13            Impact of Shortage of Skilled Physicians

Exhibit 14            Curriculum Change in US Medical Schools: Implementation of Change in 2017–2018

Exhibit 15            Impact of Consistent Expansion of Healthcare Industry & Occurrence of New Diseases

Exhibit 16            Factors Responsible for Healthcare Expansion in US

Exhibit 17            WHO’s Top 8 Diseases that are likely to Cause Severe Epidemics

Exhibit 18            Impact of Pharma Influence leading to Biased CME Content

Exhibit 19            Impact of Increasing Patient Pressure on Physicians

Exhibit 20            Impact of Heterogeneity of CME Training Programs

Exhibit 21            Types of CME Providers in US

Exhibit 22            US CME Market Revenue in 2021

Exhibit 23            US CME Market 2021–2027 ($ million)

Exhibit 24            US CME Market by Delivery Mode

Exhibit 25            US CME Market by Specialty

Exhibit 26            US CME Market by Providers

Exhibit 27            Five Forces Analysis 2021

Exhibit 28            Incremental Growth by Delivery Mode 2021 & 2027

Exhibit 29            US CME Market by Delivery Mode

Exhibit 30            US CME Market by Delivery Mode: Incremental Growth

Exhibit 31            US CME Market by Delivery Mode: Absolute Growth

Exhibit 32            US Classroom-based Training CME Market: Incremental Growth & Absolute Growth

Exhibit 33            US Classroom-based Training CME Market 2021–2027 ($ million)

Exhibit 34            US E-learning-based CME Market: Incremental Growth & Absolute Growth

Exhibit 35            US E-learning-based CME Market 2021–2027 ($ million)

Exhibit 36            US RSS-based CME Market: Incremental Growth & Absolute Growth

Exhibit 37            US RSS-based CME Market 2021–2027 ($ million)

Exhibit 38            US Journal-based CME Market: Incremental Growth & Absolute Growth

Exhibit 39            US Journal-based CME Market 2021–2027 ($ million)

Exhibit 40            US Other CME Market: Incremental Growth & Absolute Growth

Exhibit 41            US Other CME Market 2021–2027 ($ million)

Exhibit 42            Incremental Growth by Specialty 2021 & 2027

Exhibit 43            US CME Market by Specialty

Exhibit 44            US CME Market by Delivery Mode: Incremental Growth

Exhibit 45            US CME Market by Providers: Absolute Growth

Exhibit 46            US Oncology CME Market: Incremental Growth & Absolute Growth

Exhibit 47            US Oncology CME Market 2021–2027 ($ million)

Exhibit 48            US Cardiology CME Market: Incremental Growth & Absolute Growth

Exhibit 49            US Oncology CME Market 2021–2027 ($ million)

Exhibit 50            US Infectious Disease CME Market: Incremental Growth & Absolute Growth

Exhibit 51            US Infectious Disease CME Market 2021–2027 ($ million)

Exhibit 52            Preferred Mode of CME Activities

Exhibit 53            US Orthopedic CME Market: Incremental Growth & Absolute Growth

Exhibit 54            US Orthopedic CME Market 2021–2027 ($ million)

Exhibit 55            Supply of Dentists in US by Age and Gender, Dentists Working in Dentistry (%)

Exhibit 56            US Dental CME Market: Incremental Growth & Absolute Growth

Exhibit 57            US Dental CME Market 2021–2027 ($ million)

Exhibit 58            US Primary Care CME Market: Incremental Growth & Absolute Growth

Exhibit 59            US Primary Care CME Market 2021–2027 ($ million)

Exhibit 60            US Gastroenterology CME Market: Incremental Growth & Absolute Growth

Exhibit 61            US Gastroenterology CME Market 2021–2027 ($ million)

Exhibit 62            US General Surgery CME Market: Incremental Growth & Absolute Growth

Exhibit 63            US General Surgery CME Market 2021–2027 ($ million)

Exhibit 64            US Pediatric CME Market: Incremental Growth & Absolute Growth

Exhibit 65            US Pediatric CME Market 2021–2027 ($ million)

Exhibit 66            US Allergy & Immunology CME Market: Incremental Growth & Absolute Growth

Exhibit 67            US Allergy & Immunology CME Market 2021–2027 ($ million)

Exhibit 68            US Endocrinology & Metabolism CME Market: Incremental Growth & Absolute Growth

Exhibit 69            US Endocrinology & Metabolism CME Market 2021–2027 ($ million)

Exhibit 70            US Others CME Market: Incremental Growth & Absolute Growth

Exhibit 71            US Others CME Market 2021–2027 ($ million)

Exhibit 72            Incremental Growth by Providers 2021 & 2027

Exhibit 73            US CME Market by Providers

Exhibit 74            US CME Market by Providers: Incremental Growth

Exhibit 75            US CME Market by Providers: Absolute Growth

Exhibit 76            US NPOs & Physician Membership Organizations CME Market: Incremental Growth & Absolute Growth

Exhibit 77            US NPOs & Physician Membership Organizations CME Market 2021–2027 ($ million)

Exhibit 78            US Publishing/Educational Company CME Market: Incremental Growth & Absolute Growth

Exhibit 79            US Publishing/ Educational Company CME Market 2021–2027 ($ million)

Exhibit 80            US School of Medicine CME Market: Incremental Growth & Absolute Growth

Exhibit 81            US School of Medicine CME Market 2021–2027 ($ million)

Exhibit 82            US Hospitals/Healthcare Delivery Systems CME Market: Incremental Growth & Absolute Growth

Exhibit 83            US Hospitals/ Healthcare Delivery Systems CME Market 2021–2027 ($ million)

Exhibit 84            US Others CME Market: Incremental Growth & Absolute Growth

Exhibit 85            Others US CME Market 2021–2027 ($ million)

Exhibit 86            Number of Educational Activities in Recent Years (2017–2020) (in million)

                     

LIST OF TABLES

Table 1               Key Caveats

Table 2               Currency Conversion 2015−2021

Table 3               Total Numbers of Activities, Hours, and Interactions—2020, CME Presented by Providers Accredited in ACCME System

Table 4               Impact of Increased Demand for Mobile Platform Education

Table 5               Impact of Increased Adoption of CME among Non-physicians Healthcare Professionals

Table 6              Impact of High Preference for Short-term CME Courses

Table 7              Upcoming Digital Platform-based CME Providers

Table 8              Applicants, Matriculants, Enrollment, and Graduates of US MD-Granting Medical Schools, 2017-2018 through 2021–2022

Table 9             US Professional Medical Associations across 10 Costliest Disease Areas and Payments ($) to Leaders from Pharmaceutical and Device Companies

Table 10              Number of People per Active Physician by Specialty 2019

Table 11              Trained US Physicians by Location 2017

Table 12              CME Requirements in the US by State

Table 13              Credit Points required by US Physicians

Table 14              Several Types of RSS Activities Performed

Table 15              Supply of Dentists in US by Practice, Research, or Administration Area, Dentists Working in Dentistry

Table 16              Physician Membership Organizations providing CME Programs

Table 17              School of Medicine Providing CME programs

Table 18              Rate of Activities Compared to Previous Years for Total CME Providers in US

Table 19              AcademicCME: Major Product Offerings

Table 20              AffinityCE: Major Product Offering

Table 21              Albert Einstein College of Medicine: Major Product Offering

Table 22              AMA Ed Hub: Major Product Offering

Table 23              American College of Cardiology: Major Product Offering

Table 24              American Medical Seminars: Major Product Offering

Table 25              American Society for Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery: Major Product Offerings

Table 26              Antidote Education Company: Major Product Offering

Table 27              AO North America: Major Product Offerings

Table 28              Aspirus: Major Product Offering

Table 29              Axis Medical Education: Major Product Offering

Table 30              Ballad Health: Major Product Offering

Table 31              Baptist Health South Florida: Major Product Offering

Table 32              Baylor College of Medicine: Major Product Offering

Table 33              BorderRAC: Major Product Offering

Table 34              Boston University School of Medicine: Major Product Offering

Table 35              Brody School of Medicine East Carolina University: Major Product Offerings

Table 36              Bryan Health: Major Product Offering

Table 37              Bureau of Infectious Disease and Laboratory Sciences: Major Product Offering

Table 38              The Center for Forensic Psychiatry: Major Product Offering

Table 39              The Carlat CME Institute: Major Product Offering

Table 40              Cine-Med: Major Product Offering

Table 41              CME Outfitters: Major Product Offering

Table 42              CME Procedures: Major Product Offering

Table 43              Continuing Education Company: Major Product Offering

Table 44              COPIC Insurance Company: Major Product Offering

Table 45              Curi: Major Product Offering

Table 46              Current Reviews: Major Product Offering

Table 47              EB Medicine: Major Product Offering

Table 48              Essential CME: Major Product Offering

Table 49              EXCEL CME: Major Product Offering

Table 50              Florida Psychiatric Society: Major Product Offering

Table 51              Forefront Collaborative: Major Product Offering

Table 52              Great Valley Publishing Company: Major Product Offering

Table 53              Georgia Chapter of the American College of Cardiology: Major Product Offering

Table 54              Greeley Company: Major Product Offering

Table 55              Haymarket Medical Education: Major Product Offering

Table 56              HonorHealth: Major Product Offerings

Table 57              Indiana University School of Medicine: Major Product Offering

Table 58              Kenes Group: Major Product Offering

Table 59              Lowell General Hospital: Major Product Offering

Table 60              MagMutual: Major Product Offering

Table 61              The MEDICAL MUTUAL Liability Insurance Society of Maryland: Major Product Offerings

Table 62              Medicus: Major Product Offering

Table 63              Med Learning Group: Major Product Offering

Table 64              Med-IQ: Major Product Offering

Table 65              MedScape: Major Product Offering

Table 66              MLMIC Insurance Company: Major Product Offering

Table 67              NORCAL Mutual Insurance Company: Major Product Offering

Table 68              Oakstone CME: Major Product Offering

Table 69              Opus Medicus: Major Product Offering

Table 70              Orthopaedic Trauma Association: Major Product Offering

Table 71              Penn Medicine Lancaster General Health: Major Product Offering

Table 72              PESI Healthcare: Major Product Offering

Table 73              Relias: Major Product Offering

Table 74              Research To Practice: Major Product Offering

Table 75              Rockpointe Corporation: Major Product Offering

Table 76              Stanford Medicine: Major Product Offering

Table 77              Salus Global: Major Product Offering

Table 78              The Society for Simulation in Healthcare: Major Product Offerings

Table 79              Tower Health: Major Product Offering

Table 80              UpToDate: Major Product Offering

Table 81              University of North Dakota: Major Product Offering

Table 82              University of California, Irvine: Major Product Offering

Table 83              World Class CME: Major Product Offering

Table 84              US CME Market by Delivery Mode 2021−2027 ($ million)

Table 85              US CME Market by Delivery Mode 2021−2027 (%)

Table 86              US CME Market by Specialty 2021−2027 ($ million)

Table 87              US CME Market by Specialty 2021−2027 (%)

Table 88              US CME Market by Providers 2021−2027 ($ million)

Table 89              US CME Market by Providers 2021−2027 (%)

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