How do I report Performance Improvement CME in PARS?

Last Revised: 
November 11, 2011

When you report Performance Improvement CME in PARS, count each learning project as one Performance Improvement CME activity, regardless of whether or not it is created for an individual physician, or group of physicians. For hours of instruction, specify the amount of time you believe a learner would take to complete the Performance Improvement CME activity. The number of participants should equal the total number of learners who participated in the learning project. 

For example, a provider established a Performance Improvement learning project in which 3 physicians participated. Each physician completed the learning project in 20 hours. In PARS, the provider would report this as a Performance Improvement CME activity, with 3 Physician Participants and 20 Hours of Instruction.
 
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