The ACCME makes public blinded summaries from the complaints process for the purpose of educating providers and other stakeholders. In keeping with our commitment to protect both parties’ confidentiality in the complaints process, the summaries do not identify the type of organization that is the subject of the complaint or the type of person or organization bringing the complaint. These summaries describe complaints initiated on or after January 2009, when the ACCME reserved the right to make public some information about the complaints process.
The ACCME received a complaint regarding an online enduring material sponsored by an accredited provider. The complainant indicated that the online enduring material did not communicate the following information prior to the start of the activity: More >
An individual received a brochure from an accredited provider for an upcoming course and forwarded the brochure to the ACCME, pointing out that one individual who was listed as being a faculty member was also an employee More >
An individual contacted the ACCME with concerns about an Internet enduring material activity offered by an accredited provider on the topic of dosing therapies and guidelines for a particular class of drugs. More >
The ACCME received promotional material from a complainant regarding an Internet enduring material activity about medication adherence and treatment outcome within a class of drug therapies. More >
The ACCME received a letter regarding an enduring material offered by an accredited provider in joint providership with a nonaccredited provider. The topic of the activity was XYZ disease management. More >