A new webinar series from Rockpointe and the Potomac Center for Medical Education focuses on updated Alzheimer's disease (AD) diagnosis and treatment for primary care physicians (PCPs). "A New Dawn in Alzheimer's Disease Management: Recent Advances in Diagnosis and Treatment" counts as a continuing medical education (CME)/American Academy of Family Physicians, American Board of Internal Medicine maintenance of certification activity. The free activity is a sequence of hour-long online CME courses detailing the latest AD clinical developments, providing access to AD resources and experts to ready PCPs for the potential change in the AD management model. Learners will be presented with content about the detection of mild cognitive impairment and decline early in AD progression, plus current and emerging therapies. Participants should, upon completion, be able to integrate validated evaluation tools and discuss available biomarker testing for early AD diagnosis; make timely and suitable referrals to specialists for patients symptomatic of AD or other dementias; and gauge the safety and effectiveness of current and emerging treatment options.