November 13, 2023
In 2024, the California Medical Association (CMA) continuing medical education (CME) program will be making some changes to invoicing for our annual accreditation fee. Please see the updated 2024 fee schedule here. Invoices will be sent in March and reflect the average of number of credits offered from Program and Activity Reporting System (PARS) reporting data from 2020-2022. We have also added an additional tier for those organizations that offer more than 1,300 credits per year.
Please look for an email from CMA with your invoice, which will give instructions on how to pay. You will be able to pay your invoice by credit card or mail a check to CMA’s main office.
In 2025, CMA will move to a tiered structure that will take the greater number of credit hours or learner interactions, averaged from the previous three years of PARS reporting data. The 2025 fee schedule will be announced in early 2024.
CMA-accredited providers are accountable for timely submission of fees that are required either to attain or maintain accreditation. Failure to meet this deadline could result in an immediate change of your accreditation status to probation, and subsequent consideration by the CMA Steering Committee on CME for a change of status to nonaccreditation. For a list of current fees and related information, see the CMA CME Provider 2023 Fee Schedule.