Medical school and residency programs are the beginning of doctors' training. For the rest of their careers, physicians rely on accredited continuing medical education to help them improve their practice and deliver high-quality, safe, effective patient care. Accredited CME covers the full range of topics important to health care—from the latest breakthroughs in medical research to how to communicate with families.
Accredited CME - CME that Matters to Patient CareTM
Across the country, from national conferences in big cities to grand rounds in rural hospitals to just-in-time learning at the patient's bedside, more than 148,000 educational activities each year support public health improvement. Nearly 1,900 organizations, accredited within the ACCME System, offer relevant, practice-based CME in nearly 26 million interactions with physicians and other healthcare professionals annually. ACCME accreditation is a national model, assuring the public that CME is designed to be relevant, effective, and independent.
ACCME at a Glance
Video Interview: "Sorry Works" - Risk Management CME
Video Interview: Improving Care for Veterans (Part 1 of 2)
Video Interview: Improving Care for Veterans (Part 2 of 2)