CME CME Guide Reporting CME

Reporting CME

2019-21 CME Guide

AOA policies for reporting CME activities

Osteopathic CME is automatically reported to the AOA. Learn what you need to do to report CME from other sources.

Reporting osteopathic CME

Reporting of osteopathic CME credit to the AOA is the responsibility of the accredited AOA Category 1 sponsor. Credits must be submitted by the accrediting sponsor and will not be accepted directly from a physician. Category 1 sponsors have ninety (90) days after the program to submit CME credits.

Reporting ACCME or AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™

Reporting of CME earned from an ACCME-accredited provider for AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™ or AAFP CME programs to the AOA is the responsibility of the physician. A certificate of attendance must be provided to the AOA Department of Client and Member Services at MemberService@osteopathic.org indicating the total number of hours attended. Transcripts from other institutions (hospitals, CME trackers, etc.) will also be accepted if it contains the total number of hours. Submissions should include the physician’s name and AOA ID number.

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