Jack Krasuski, MD
Looking for the best Emergency Medicine ConCert review?
What You Get With This Course
- 12 months of online course access
- All course lecture recordings and lecture study guide
- QBank with 700+ board-style multiple choice questions (MCQs)
- Online study group with other course participants
- CME Vault for claiming and storing your CME certificates
- Earn up to 39.75 AMA PRA Category 1 CME Credits™
- See course agenda, faculty & CME info
- A 100% Refund of Your Tuition
- An Additional 10% Payment
- Online Access Until You Pass TUITION-FREE!
The “QBL” Method
Detailed Study Guide
Laser-Focused Lectures: The Pass Machine Emergency Medicine ConCert™ board review course is comprised of hundreds of short, easily-digestible lecture modules, each of which reflects exam topics mapped to the ABEM® Emergency Medicine ConCert™ Exam blueprint. The modules are organized into lectures covering all related exam “keywords.” Thus, you effectively review every required exam topic and nothing else, acquiring increased mastery of the material in less time.
The “QBL” Method: To ensure pinpoint exam relevancy, the lectures use a method called “Question-Based Learning.” Lectures are constructed from a series of board-style multiple choice questions, each coupled to a mini-lecture on that question’s topic.
Board-Experienced Faculty: Lectures are presented by faculty experienced in teaching for board preparation. The two levels of medical editing ensure every lecture is up-to-date, medically accurate and 100% board-relevant.
Emergency Medicine ConCert™ Study Guide: This course companion makes it easy to follow along with lectures, take notes, and study offline. The PDF includes the complete course syllabus, with all referenced slides, photos, illustrations, and infographics. (Printed version also available at checkout.)
BOARD-STYLE PRACTICE EXAMS
Comprehensive Q Bank
Realistic Test Environment
Optimized for Learning
Deep Question Bank: You can test your exam preparedness by answering 700+ board-style multiple-choice questions (MCQ) included with your course. Questions carefully follow the board content outline, so each one advances your mastery of exam content.
Realistic Test Environment: Your patients test you every day – but not in the same way the boards test you. You learn how to answer questions in the board exam format. It’s as close as you can get to the real exam!
Optimized for Learning: The MCQs include detailed, referenced explanations. That way you’re not just testing your knowledge – you’re learning the “how” and “why” behind every board-style question.
ANYTIME, ANYWHERE ACCESS
Unlimited Repeat Viewing
Lecture Viewing Options
Plus, CME Accreditation
Always-on Convenience: The Pass Machine course is optimized for 24/7 online access from any computer, smartphone, or tablet device so you can watch the lectures and take practice exams whenever you have a free moment.
Unlimited Repeat Viewing: The course permits unlimited access to all course materials for 12 months from purchase. And you have the option of viewing the recorded lectures in any order and as many times as you wish.
Lecture Viewing Options: You can choose the full viewing option (that displays the lecture slides synchronized to the video of the speaker) or the streaming audio only option that provides you the flexibility to listen at your convenience while driving or exercising.
CME: Online Course: earn 39.75 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ by participating in the Emergency Medicine ConCert™ online course. Your annual employer-provided educational funds may be used to cover the costs of this CME activity.
Emergency Medicine ConCert™ Board Review
Online Course Available Now – Start Studying Tonight!
TURN WORRY INTO ACTION-
If you’re wondering when to start your preparation, the answer is now.
Why? Since we closely track our courses’ pass rates, we know that those emergency medicine physicians who wait until the last minute have lower pass rates. If your Emergency Medicine ConCert™ exam is coming up, now is the ideal time to start preparing without stress and for optimal results.
So, get The Pass Machine today and begin your preparations tonight!
Remember, the American Board of Emergency Medicine tests you on the entire breadth of your specialty, beyond what’s practical in your day-to-day. Let our knowledgeable faculty guide you through a comprehensive review that covers exactly what the Emergency Medicine ConCert™ Exam Blueprint dictates.
Signs, Symptoms, & Presentations
Procedures & Skills
Head, Ear, Eye, Nose, Throat Emergencies
Nervous System Disorders
Systemic Infectious Disorders
Obstetrics & Gynecology
Renal & Urogenital Disorders
Endocrine, Metabolic & Nutritional Disorders
Hematologic & Oncologic Emergencies
Immune System Disorders
Other Core Competecies of Emergency Medicine
Learning Objectives: Upon completion of this program, participants should be able to:
- Exemplify a comprehensive knowledge of cardiovascular disease
- Explain diagnostic tests and develop treatment plans for patients with coronary artery disease
- Assess postoperative cardiac care
- Describe the physiology and biochemistry of the heart
- Recognize symptoms and recommend treatment for cardiovascular disease in women
- Evaluate and treat patients with congenital heart disease
- Demonstrate understanding of pharmacology, including drug interactions and alternative medicines
- Identify the various noninvasive modalities available for the evaluation of heart disease
- Interpret ECG, EKG, and echocardiographic tracings
This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the Essentials and Standards of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) through the joint sponsorship of PeerPoint Medical Education Institute and American Physician Institute for Advanced Professional Studies, LLC. PeerPoint Medical Education Institute is accredited by the ACCME to sponsor continuing medical education for physicians.
Online Course v7.1, Release Date July 14, 2016, Termination Date July 14, 2019:
The PeerPoint Medical Education Institute designates this enduring material for a maximum of 39.75 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
ACEP Category 1 Credit Statement:
Online Course v7.1, Release Date July 14, 2016, Termination Date July 14, 2019:
This activity has been approved by the American College of Emergency Physicians for a maximum of 39.25 hours of ACEP Category 1 Credit.
Read What Your Colleagues Are Saying About This Course
“Your program was exceptional! Not only did I brush up on needed review material, but I actually scored 50 points higher than my last recertification and scored a 100% on the Emergency Medicine section of the board! Thanks for creating such a comprehensive program!”
Damon Christian Kimes, MD, Conyers, GA
“Well, I finally heard from ABEM and I’m very happy with an 85, Pass. In fact, it is one point better than 2005 and I have been out of mainstream EM for 15 years. I have been working in urgent care since 2000 and I must say a lot of material has changed or is new since leaving EM. For example, I’ve never used RSI nor bedside U/S. One of your test taking tips was to jot down anything new and research it on the internet so I did a lot of that. I also had 4 pages of pearls to review a couple of days before the test. I listened to each speaker two complete times and enjoyed the rewind and slow/fast toggle. Each of the speakers were well prepared and I learned a lot from each one. I probably will not take your course again at age 72 although I said 10 years ago I wouldn’t try to recertify in 2015! I felt like much of the material was from LLSA’s and I would have studied them more on my own had I thought about it sooner. Obviously your course prepared me for the ConCert or I would not have passed it. I studied very long and hard from the videos and the binder. I did think the practice test questions were much more in depth than the lecture material presented. I would recommend your course because it saves money not having to travel and you can study at your own pace. This is way too much material for me to absorb in a week long endurance run. The main reason I took your course was your track record. Everyone passed last year and that can’t be challenged. Thanks to all for helping me maintain my certification for another 10 years.”
Stephen Parks, MD, Greer, SC
“Having been 14 years out of the specialty, it became clear that I needed a dedicated review system to help review important topics in EM. I found the courses informative, insightful in strategy test taking, and amazingly helpful in reviewing topics we rarely see yet need to know. I entered the CONCERT with confidence and learned last week that I easily passed. It does take time to review the material, yet this did not involve a live course during my study. I used the videos and power points to build my knowledge base and took many exams to assure successful understanding of the material. Thanks API!”
Marlin Schul, MD, Lafayette, IN
Patricia Cook, MD, Apple Valley, MN
“I found this course to be well-attuned to the ABEM Recertification Exam. It defragged my brain and set me in a will-pass-the-exam frame of mind! And I did pass! I also received a high passing grade. Thank you Jack et al.”
Victor Estraba, MD, Woodbury, CT
“I attended The Pass Machine course in Chicago in August of 2011 and took the Board exam October 4, 2011. Other than reviewing the notes and lectures, I did not do any other preparation for the Board exam. Besides working full time in the ER, I had 6 children under the age of 12 at the time, so as you can imagine, not much review took place! I am convinced that attending the course alone enabled me to pass the test. This was my third recert (and last!), so I have attended other review courses. This was far and away the best.”
Beth Lux, MD, Green Bay, WI
“My experience was a little different because I hadn’t done emergency medicine for several years, so I had to be able to review quickly and thoroughly. I also wasn’t able to go to the course. The review book and the on-line material were excellent. I even took the book camping in Boundary Waters, MN. When the ConCert exam came, I passed with an 87%. Thanks for having a great review course!”
George Nobile, MD, Louisville, KY
“Passing the boards, my fourth time with ABEM, is a big relief. I credit the American Physician course ( on-line lectures and printed materials ) as having served me well. Your course gave me a single-source way to review the necessary topics in a comprehensive way, and I found home-access very convenient. It’s lengthy—it’s a mountain of material to tackle—but the speakers are well-chosen and the subjects well-organized. The cost is not insignificant but where else could you get something this solidly put together? It is a good value.”
James L. Brewer III, MD, Lovingston, VA
“Excellent course! I entirely credit The Pass Machine with my passing the ConCert exam with 83% score. Not bad for a last minute study anchored solely on the combined Pass Machine 2011 and 2012 courses. For me it was as good as the OHIO ACEP and NEMBER courses that I took for my previous re-certifications. Thanks a million Jack and all your team.”
Netanel Herscovitch, MD, Lincolnwood, IL
“Home study webinar worked seamlessly. Wish I could have done home studies in college.”
K. Michael Jorgensen, MD, Park City, UT
“Love online access to lectures I’ve seen. Sometimes I just can’t sit through a complete lecture!”
Peter Haas, MD, Cleveland, OH
“Excellent course. Highly recommend for ConCert exam.”
Vincent Gonzalez, MD, Oklahoma City, OK
“Good review/overview for recertification purposes.”
Alexis McRae, MD
“Great course! Lots of information. I am better prepared for this exam.”
Sarvotham Kini, MD, Smyrna, GA
“Great review. Great speakers. A good investment of time!”
John Underwood, MD, Rockford, IL
“Easy to use, pertinent info. Two thumbs up!”
Nicole Mourillon, MD, Chicago, IL
“Excellent basic review of core EM.”
Charlene Doyle, MD, Greeneville, TN
“I needed a review course. One word: ‘Excellent’!”
Paul Rossi, MD, Cherry Hill, NJ
“Course was excellent!”
Daniel P. Saviano, MD, Burr Ridge, IL
“Great review. Better than ICEP.”
Amarjit Singh, MD, Burr Ridge, IL
“Intense course. Great faculty!”
Stefanie Schroder, MD, Phoenix, AZ
“Overall, very good course.”
Brian Boggs, MD
Michelle Godfrey, MD, Mountain Home, AR
Emergency Medicine ConCert™ Board Review
Available Now – Start Studying Tonight!