The ACCME is accountable to the CME community and to the public for ensuring that accredited providers meet ACCME requirements for quality CME.
To fulfill that responsibility, we may ask you to provide evidence of your continuous compliance with the accreditation requirements prior to your normally scheduled reaccreditation review. If potential issues of noncompliance is brought to our attention, we have the right to ask for evidence to that activity (in the attestation), without sending you to the inquiry process.
If, through either the complaints process or the reaccreditation process, we find that your activities are noncompliant with the CME Clinical Content Validation or the policies supplementing the Standards for Commercial Support, we may initiate a formal process to continuously monitor your ongoing compliance with the relevant requirements. This process could include verification of compliance through one or more monitoring progress reports.