Program Details Representative Certification
The recent tightening of regulations has made selling to healthcare professionals more challenging than ever. With health systems restricting access, and formularies and budgets being limited, sales representatives and clinical support staff need a competitive edge.
Certified Cardiovascular Industry Representative (CCIR) Course
Sales representatives and clinical support staff can enhance their medical and procedural knowledge by taking Clinical Difference's CCIR course.
After completing the CCIR course, representatives will have a comprehensive understanding of the devices and technology currently in use and be able to communicate more effectively -- and confidently -- with physicians. They will also be able to more precisely present physician feedback to their companies' medical affairs, healthcare economics, and R&D departments.
The CCIR combines home study with live e-learning opportunities. The course can be customized to your reps' particular needs.
What does CCIR Include?
Six eLearning modules covering 26 key topics in cardiovascular medicine. Topics range from a Cardiac Anatomy Primer to Reimbursement and Regulations.
Live video conferences with interventional physicians who review information learned within each program and present case studies.
Comprehensive topic checkpoints and a final exam encompassing all six programs.
The CCIR curriculum consists of six learning programs, covering topics which may include:
|Cardiac Anatomy Primer|
|The Clinical Spectrum of Heart Disease|
|CAD and Risk Factors Primer|
|Evaluation of Chest Pain and Evidenced Based Decision Making|
|Invasive Diagnostic Evaluation of CAD|
|Review of Equipment|
|Coronary Stent Systems|
|Patient & Lesion Variables Affecting PCI|
|Vascular Access & Closure|
|Recognition and Management of Complications|
|Acute Coronary Syndromes and Interventional Pharmacology|
|Vascular Biology and Interventional Pharmacology|
|Approaches to Patients with ACS|
|Clinical Profiles in AC|
|Peripheral and Carotid Artery Disease|
|Peripheral Arterial Disease|
|Arterial Disease of the Lower Extremities|
|Renal and Mesenteric Arterial Disease|
|Abdominal Aortic Disease|
|Carotid, Vertebral, & Subclavian Arterial Disease|
|Structural Heart Disease|
|Cath Lab Evaluation of Valvular Heart Disease and Cardiac Shunts|
|Transcatheter Closure of Atrial Septal Defect|
|Structural Heart Disease: PFO|
|Percutaneous Approaches to Valvular Heart Disease: Alternative Approaches|
|Medical Literature and Regulations|
|Interpretation of Medical Literature|
|Reimbursement and Regulations|
Industry representatives interested in additional information or enrollment in an upcoming CCIR Class should contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.