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Accreditation

ACHL has been awarded Accreditation from the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME).

ACHL is accredited to provide continuing education programs for physicians, pharmacists, nurses, case managers and dietitians. We adhere to industry best practices and will apply for additional certifications as needed. ACHL is accredited to provide continuing education by the following organizations:

Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education
Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education
California Board of Registered Nursing
Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education
Commission for Case Manager Certification

The ACCME has partnered with the American Board of Medical Specialties (ABMS) member boards to simplify and align the Maintenance of Certification (MOC) process to better meet the needs of physicians and educators. Below is a list of the current collaborations. Many of ACHL’s activities offer MOC, and we are able to offer these options to joint providers.

American Board of
Anesthesiology
American Board of Internal
Medicine
American Board of
Ophthalmology
American Board of Otolaryngology–Head and
Neck Surgery
American Board
of Pathology
American Board of
Pediatrics

Joint Providers

Let ACHL assist you in the planning, development and evaluation of your CME/CE activities to improve clinician performance and competence.

ACHL is committed to providing certified education that is scientifically valid and free from commercial, personal, professional and organizational bias. To ensure our programs’ quality, the following steps must be completed:

1.

Submit an application providing activity details

Online application is coming soon
2.

Submit organizational firewall documentation

(if applicable) to sbrykalski@achlcme.org
3.

Review grant proposals and budget

(if commercially supported activity)
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View accreditation timeline and deliverables

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Timeline

Please submit applications at least 4-8 weeks in advance of the educational activity. If the activity is sooner, please email sbrykalski@achlcme.org.

Pricing

Not all activities are the same, therefore each price quote provided will be unique and personalized based on your needs. In addition to providing CME/CE credit for your educational activities, ACHL can also assist in educational design, grant writing and submissions, content development, faculty recruitment, logistics, meeting planning, and outcomes development and reporting.

If all you need are CME/CE credits offered for your educational activity, pricing will depend on the type of credit, length of activity, number of faculty/speakers, grant funds, live vs enduring, and an onsite audit. Please complete and submit the online application, in order to receive a more accurate quote.

Included in CME/CE Accreditation Fees

CME/CE application review Educational grant/budget review (if applicable)
Grant submission review (if applicable) Faculty/speaker approval
Review of agenda Review of educational content (slides, webcasts, newsletters, audio, etc)
Consulting services Faculty/speaker/planning committee CME/CE paperwork templates
CME/CE required language for marketing materials Review of all marketing materials (print and online)
Conflict of interest resolutions/peer reviewers Credit for clinician type (physician, nurse, pharmacist, case manager, dietician)
Mechanism for participants to receive CME/CE certificate Maintenance of credit issuance for 5-7 years, as required by relevant organizations
Completion of required applications for pharmacy, dietician, and case manager credit (if applicable) Monthly reporting to CPE Monitor of pharmacists
Evaluation/outcomes reports at program expiration CME/CE certificate processing (for live meetings)

ACHL prides itself on a timely yet through and compliant review process. ACHL maintains the highest standards of quality for each program, and we look forward to collaborating with you!