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Yes, if educational material from a live activity is turned into an enduring material, the enduring material is considered a separate activity.

A directly provided activity is one that is planned, implemented and evaluated by the accredited provider. Include co-provided activities (provided by two accredited providers) in this category if you are the accredited provider awarding the credit. In contrast, a jointly provided activity is one that is planned, implemented and evaluated by the accredited provider and a non-accredited entity.

Related link: ACCME's Policy on Joint Providership

 

No. Typically these cards contain only initial, preliminary information like the activity date and location. If more specific information is included, such as faculty and objectives, the accreditation statement must be included.

No, there is no requirement that the provider have a CME committee.

The decision regarding how you acknowledge their involvement or what words to use is up to you. See the ACCME's policies regarding the accreditation statement for a copy of the accreditation statement.

An accredited provider is required to retain activity files/records during the current accreditation term or for the last twelve months, whichever is longer.

For more information, see the ACCME's policy on records retention.

An accredited provider must have mechanisms in place to record and, when authorized by the participating physician, verify participation for six years from the date of the CME activity.

For more information, see the ACCME's policy on records retention.