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CME CME Guide Non-qualifying Activities

Non-qualifying Activities

2019-2021 CME Guide

The following activities are not eligible for CME credit

Learn to distinguish between CME-eligible and non-CME-eligible professional service opportunities.

The following activities do not qualify for credit toward CME requirements:

  • Volunteer work
    The AOA applauds volunteerism, but such work does not qualify for CME credit.
  • Medical facility tours
  • Healthcare committee and departmental meetings
    These meetings do not qualify for CME credit unless they fall under the activities listed in “Committee and Hospital Staff Work.”
  • Osteopathic state licensing board participation
  • Inspections
  • Physician administrative training
  • Quality assessment programs
    While participation in quality assessment programs does not quality for CME credit, participation in quality improvement and quality assessment programs may count for OCC Component 4 credit through the Quality Improvement Activity attestation.
  • Observation at medical centers
  • Medical economics courses
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