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CMEZone.com is a full-service web solution that provides timely, practical, and clinically relevant continuing education for health care professionals. All CMEZone activities are designed to enhance clinical knowledge and competence and to improve patient care.

More than 100,000 health care professionals maintain membership in CMEZone in order to access continuing education activities on demand. All activities are easily accessible, free of charge and offer participants instantaneous post-test grading and printable certificates of completion.

CMEZone is operated by Applied Clinical Education (ACE). As an advocate of lifelong learning and supporter of applied learning strategies, ACE is dedicated to providing education that strengthens performance and enhances the clinical care of patients.

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