Prime

Empowering Clinicians, Patients, and Health Teams

PRIME is a leading research and medical education company that advances the science of learning and behavior change among providers, patients, payers, and health ecosystems to improve competency, performance, and quality health outcomes. PRIME addresses gaps responsible for variations in care by leveraging real-world data, the latest clinical evidence, and innovative learning models to invoke positive change at the individual, system, and community levels. The scalable and sustainable solutions that PRIME delivers have measurably improved patient care for over 30 years.

Winner 2024, 2023, 2022 ACEHP Awards

ACEHP Awards Winner: 2024 Felch Award for Outstanding Research and Outstanding CE Outcomes Award, 2023 Educational Collaboration, 2022 Best in Class Outcomes

50+ Peer-Reviewed Publications in Last 2 Years

Leads the industry with over 60 peer-reviewed publications in the last 2 years

300 Closed Health System Partners

And strategic alliances with other leading healthcare organizations, including 750 academic medical centers, 30 professional societies, and 100 medical expert panels

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