New Website Finds and Compares Over 4000 Free Accredited CME/CE Courses

New York, NY, June 30, 2017 --( Free CME is an important part of healthcare continuing education, and while there are many courses available finding the best ones can be a long and frustrating task as most providers offer just a few courses and the information available varies on every site.

Other concerns often expressed when considering free CME include questions over quality, freedom from commercial bias and how up to date the content is. is a new website bringing free CME into the mainstream, making it easy for learners to find, compare and study CME free of charge. Confident that the courses taken are as good as, or better than, paid for offerings.

Using automated tools the cmescanner team scan the internet for free courses which are then manually checked and categorized by numerous key criteria such as by profession, specialty, accreditor, release or review date etc. This allows learners to choose the best courses using our unique, like-for-like comparison tool.

Important sources that cmescanner scans include:
· Universities and other Educational Providers
· Government Health Departments
· Area Health Education Centers (AHEC)
· Commercial Interests (Pharmaceutical Manufacturers)
· Providers of Medical Devices or Equipment

Courses are continually monitored and updated with expired courses being removed from the database if they are not renewed.

Access to all the cmescanner features, including over 4000 free courses, costs just $29 a year for individuals with discounts available for medical, pharmacy and dental practices as well as for hospitals, health systems and other larger organizations.
Andrew Smith