CMA Capitol Insight: So Far, So Good

April 01, 2016
Area(s) of Interest: Continuing Medical Education (CME) Professional Development & Education 

The Institute for Medical Quality (IMQ), a subsidiary of the California Medical Association, has upgraded its continuing medical education (CME) certification reporting process so physicians can report all of their CME activities online 24/7. The new service also gives physicians the ability to pay online for CME certification, as well as to view and print an official transcript of activities at any time.

IMQ's CME Certification Program documents and verifies physicians' CME activities. When certified by IMQ, physicians' CME credits will automatically be accepted by the California Medical Board, saving you time and hassle. IMQ also provides documentation of physicians' CME in the event of a medical board audit.

While other CME tracking services might provide physicians with a calendar year transcript of their activities, only IMQ tracks and allocates CME according to each individual’s two-year relicensing period, which differs according to the physician’s birth month.

For more information, visit the IMQ website.

Contact: Erin Lovell, (415) 882-3387 or elovell@imq.org.


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