ACPE forges partnership with American College of Medical Quality.
* ACPE members may now submit their original research for publication in the American Journal of Medical Quality, ACMQ's official journal.
* ACPE members may now subscribe to the American Journal of Medical Quality at a discounted rate of $151, a 20% discount off the individual subscription price for a one-year subscription, and $245 for a two-year subscription, a 35% discount.
* ACPE has created an online discussion board, the Quality Research Network, where ACPE and ACMQ members and journal subscribers can engage in a national dialogue to provide an evidence basis for quality improvement and error reduction in health care. The research and editorial staff of the American Journal of Medical Quality is available to provide network participants with an expert, inside view of the publication process for the quality literature.
The American College of Medical Quality was founded in Pennsylvania in 1973 as the American College of Utilization Review Physicians. In 1991 the name was changed to the American College of Medical Quality to reflect the evolving changes in the specialty. Annual Founders Award winners have included such influential contributors to the specialty as Avedis Donabedian, Paul Batalden, Robert Brook, Margaret O'Kane, and Kenneth Kizer.
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