The American Academy of
CME (Academy) is a not-for-profit medical education foundation.
Recognizing the importance of continuing professional
development (CPD) for the healthcare team and its members, and the need to
address clinical practice gaps that impact patient care, the
Academy provides certified continuing education to physicians,
nurses, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, pharmacists,
dietitians, optometrists, social workers/case managers, transplant
coordinators, and other healthcare professionals.
support of improving patient care, American Academy of CME, Inc.
is Jointly accredited by the Accreditation Council for
Continuing Medical Education (ACCME), the Accreditation Council
for Pharmacy Education (ACPE), and the American Nurses
Credentialing Center (ANCC), to provide continuing education for
the healthcare team. The Academy is also accredited by the
Commission on Dietetic Registration, and is a Provider approved
by the California Board of Registered Nursing.
Articles and Presentations From Our Team
Increasing Access to Kidney Transplantation: Novel
Strategies to Expand Living Donation: Transplant Center
Educational Series Learning Outcomes Analysis.
Alliance Industry Summit. May 2018.
Survey Says…Making Wise Choices About Compliance Today
to Avoid Accreditor’s Regret Tomorrow. Mid-Atlantic
Alliance for CME 2017 Annual Conference. November 2017.
CME Challenge…An Interactive Session to Test Your
Compliance Radar (C7, 11-12). Medical Society of New
Jersey 2017 Provider Conference. October 2017.
Role of CME in Healthcare Quality Improvement.
Medical Society of New Jersey Provider
Conference 2017. October 2017.
Case Studies: CME in Support of Part 2 MOC. ACCME 2017. April
Survey Says…Making Wise Choices About Compliance Today to Avoid
Accreditor’s Regret Tomorrow. Alliance for Continuing
Education in the Health Professions 2017 Annual Conference.
Breaking Down Barriers to Interprofessional Continuing Education
in the Trenches. World Congress on Continuing
Professional Development. March 2016.
Overcoming Barriers to Create Synergy and Improve Outcomes in
Interprofessional Continuing Education.
Evaluating Your CME
Program (aka C11 & C12): How Can We Do Better?
Medical Society of New Jersey 2015 Provider
Conference. November 2015.
Hyperglycemia grand rounds: descriptive findings of outcomes
from a continuing education intervention to improve glycemic
control and prevent hypoglycemia in the hospital setting.
Hosp Pract. 2015 Nov
Unmet Needs in Opioid-Induced Constipation (OIC): Results of a
Poster Presentation at American College of Gastroenterology
Annual Scientific Meeting, Honolulu, HI, October 2015.
Healthcare Team’ – Interprofessional Learning and Team-Based
Education. Presented at Independent Medical Education
and Grants Breakthrough Summit (CBI East). October 2015.
Evaluating Your CME Program (aka C11 & C12): How Can We Do
Better? Presented at Utah Alliance for CME. May 2015.
You Say "Tomato," I Say "Tomato": When 2 Accreditors Collaborate
on Interprofessional Education. Almanac, June 2015
Improving Glycemic Control and Preventing Hypoglycemia in the
Poster Presentation at The Alliance for CEHP Industry Summit,
New Brunswick, NJ, May 2014
New Alliance Aimed
at Providing Engaging
Solutions Focused on Rare Diseases
Approved as a Continuing Education Provider by the California
Board of Registered Nursing
Academy Vice President Elected to Executive Committee of Florida
Academy President Interviewed for Alliance for Continuing
Education in the Health Professions (ACEHP)'s Campaign CE & CME
Academy Awarded Accreditation with Commendation by ACCME
Academy Reaccredited by Commission on Dietetic