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Let IMQ Prepare You for Changes to CME Accreditation!

Posted on 2/28/2014 by Albert Frausto in Continuing Medical Education CME Provider Annual Conference CME Essentials Documentation Walkthrough FAQs

The world of CME is rapidly evolving, but IMQ can help you keep up! Our new FAQ on changes in ACCME accreditation policy and our upcoming CME Provider Conference, CME Essentials Preconference, and Documentation Walkthrough are all great ways to keep you in the loop.

Join IMQ for the 2014 CME Provider Annual Conference on May 2, 2014 at the Westin San Francisco Airport in Millbrae, CA. This is a great chance for current CME providers to stay current on changes to ACCME accreditation standards, discover best practices for tackling accreditation paperwork, and get new ideas to enhance the value of your program. Visit our CME Education and Resources page for more information.


Current CME providers may also use our new FAQ on recent changes in ACCME policy, available in the password-protected CME providers' section of the IMQ site. This new FAQ answers some of providers' most common questions about the changes made by the ACCME; this puts everything you need to know in one convenient place.


If you're new to CME, let IMQ help you get your feet wet! The CME Essentials workshop taking place May 1, 2014 at the Westin San Francisco Airport emphasizes the basics of running a CME program:defining the relationships between CMA/IMQ, ACCME, and AMA requirements for CME; applying a systematic process to planning and evaluating educational activities; and taking steps toward complying with ACCME Standards for Commercial Support™. Visit our CME Education and Resources page for more information.


Additionally, whether you're new to CME or just looking to simplify your CME documentation processes, our Documentation Walkthrough can clarify instructions and help you avoid common documentation pitfalls. This program is taught by CME Accreditation Program administrators, so bring your most pressing questions! Visit our CME Education and Resources page for more information.