Knowledge to Practice Names Vice President of Strategic Partnerships

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Kerry Hudson Completes Leadership Team and First Stage of Strategic Growth in Preparation for Product Launch

Bethesda, MD, November 1, 2017 – Today Kerry Hudson was appointed as Vice President of Strategic Partnerships for Knowledge to Practice (K2P), an Ed-Tech firm contemporizing lifelong learning for physicians through competency-based, personalized, adaptive curriculums. Hudson is one of two central executive positions key to preparing Knowledge to Practice for the next phase of business. Both Hudson, as Vice President of Strategic Partnerships and Laurie Cordova, Vice Present of Product will report directly to Knowledge to Practices Chief Executive Officer, Mary Ellen Beliveau.

As Vice President of Strategic Partnerships, Ms. Hudson is responsible for developing deep relationships with hospitals, health systems, physician groups and other organizations that can benefit from K2P’s unique approach to improving patient care.

“The need for clinical competency support has never been greater.  With medical knowledge doubling every 73 days, physicians are burned out.  They can’t keep up. Kerry is the right person to introduce our solution to hospitals and health systems,” said Mary Ellen Beliveau, Chief Executive Officer, Knowledge to Practice. “Kerry is integral to our go-to-market and long-term strategies as we work with health care providers to pioneer ways for physicians to stay up to date so they can provide the best possible patient care.”

Ms. Hudson was previously the Vice President of Sales for Denver based, Apto, Inc., a cloud-based brokerage management software company. At Apto, she created a successful Go-to-Market strategy resulting in a 6-fold increase in sales, achieving 70% year-over-year growth. She also developed a training program designed to improve new hire productivity in two months.

“I am excited to be joining Knowledge to Practice to exponentially increase the number of physicians using our system and achieving great outcomes for patients,” said Kerry Hudson, Vice President of Strategic Partnerships. “We believe the most effective way to get our platform into the hands of all healthcare practitioners is through strong and meaningful partnerships with the institutions they belong to. I’m ready to roll up my sleeves to work alongside with health systems in a whole new way.

About Knowledge to Practice

Knowledge to Practice delivers mastery-based, personalized online continuing medical education for the on-the-go physician, and measurably improves a physician’s clinical judgment and critical thinking. Knowledge to Practice’s personalized curriculum results in an average of 38% improvement of knowledge retention and recall (compared to 3-5% of older CME models). Using best practices and adult learning techniques, Knowledge to Practice taps top recognized academicians and thought leaders to deliver practice-changing clinical content. Curriculum is then personalized to each physician, enabling them to monitor their personal mastery and learn wherever, whenever and however they choose. To learn more about Knowledge to Practice please visit:

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