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Managing Director
Jacob Coverstone is the Managing Director of Neurovations Education, and a Board Member and Treasurer for the Alliance for Continuing Education in the Health Professions (ACEhp). His work is focuses on developing and disseminating education and training for clinicians, researchers, public health officials and the public. Through volunteer work at professional societies, he most recently championed the development of a code of ethics for medical education professionals. He has developed instructional systems for over 25 medical specialty societies, produced curriculum for over 450 annual medical and scientific conferences, and developed transfer of learning materials for compliance under more than 60 regulatory and accreditation standards, domestically and internationally. He is the only person to have lead both pillars of member education for the Alliance for Continuing Education in the Health Professions, as past Chair of the Annual Conference and Editor-in-Chief of the Continuing Education Almanac. In 2016, he was (and remains) the youngest-ever Chair of the ACEhp Annual Conference. Mr. Coverstone has been involved in the digital transformation of medical education for over 15 years, and involved in broadcast engineering and technology for over 20 years. He has launched online learning programs at 4 organizations, and implemented hybrid conference access for programs as early as 2012. For the past two years, he has worked directly with platform developers to improve and tailor online systems for networking, collaboration and learning.
Mr. Coverstone was the professional liaison to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services on behalf of the Continuing Medical Education community for development, implementation and enforcement actions with regard to the Physicians Payment Sunshine Act. These interactions ultimately resulted in a radical overhaul to the medical education and third party transfers of value sections of the PPSA via the 2014 Medicare update process due to flawed standards that had been codified into the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. If left without amendment, the flaw would have resulted in millions of inaccurate records reporting, impacting nearly every physician in America, and potentially billions of dollars in fines for applicable manufacturers. He has been honored to serve in many leadership and liaison positions throughout his career, building bridges between medical educators, accrediting bodies, regulatory agencies.