CMA CME 2021 fee increase

January 07, 2021
Area(s) of Interest: Continuing Medical Education (CME) 

In 2020, the California Medical Association (CMA) was proud to continue serving over 200 providers as the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education’s (ACCME) recognized continuing medical education (CME) accreditor for California. Our CME providers span across California, Nevada, Oregon and Alaska and are supported by passionate and knowledgeable CMA CME staff.

This year, CMA CME will institute a minimal fee increase to invest in increased provider communication, expanded education and exclusive resources (e.g., new webinars and standards), and more ACCME alignment. To streamline and simplify the application and data submission process, we’ve partnered with ACCME to pilot and deploy the Accreditation Management System (AMS) with full Program and Activity Reporting System (PARS) integration.

As you may know, ACCME is implementing new standards for integrity and independence. To support you in meeting these new standards, please join any of our upcoming educational opportunities:

Researchers have found that successful educational interventions require administrative and clinical buy-in to generate a climate of change across the organization. Your continued commitment to lifelong learning for physicians greatly helps improve patient outcomes, maximize efficiency and address real-world challenges that physicians face every day. We value your continued partnership as we help physicians gain professional growth and satisfy their licensing and certification requirements.

The New fee structure, goes into effect February 1, 2021.

Please contact cme@cmadocs.org with any questions or concerns.


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