CME/CE Joint Providership is a collaborative arrangement where two or more organizations work together to develop and deliver continuing education activities, ensuring they meet accreditation and regulatory standards.
Steps may include identifying a suitable partner, negotiating terms in a joint providership agreement, developing educational content, seeking accreditation, and promoting the activities to the target audience.
Joint providership may be necessary to comply with regulatory requirements or accreditation standards, ensuring that educational activities meet specific quality and compliance criteria.
Typically, accredited organizations, such as medical associations or educational institutions, can enter into joint providership agreements with other entities, including non-accredited organizations.
Yes, joint providers can be in different states or even operate remotely, as long as they meet the necessary accreditation and regulatory requirements.
The roles and responsibilities of each partner are typically outlined in a joint providership agreement and may include content development, marketing, administration, and compliance oversight.
Joint providership allows non-accredited organizations to offer accredited CE activities through collaboration with accredited providers, ensuring the activities meet accreditation standards.
Yes, joint providership can be used for various CE activities, such as conferences, webinars, workshops, and online courses, depending on the agreement and educational goals.
AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™ signifies that the physician has taken part in an educational undertaking and fulfilled all prerequisites for such an undertaking, which is projected to "contribute to the maintenance, growth, or augmentation of the knowledge, skills, and professional competence and affiliations that a physician employs to deliver services for patients, the general public, or the medical community," as delineated in the AMA's definition of CME.
Yes. Educational activities must be certified for AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™ before physicians begin participating.
One credit per hour (in 0.25 increments). This excludes scheduled breaks (for example, lunch, coffee).
Licensed psychologists must earn continuing education (CE) credits to maintain licensure in the state where they practice. If you offer CE credits for your activity, you are providing them with not only knowledge, but the opportunity to earn the credits they need.
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