Alliance 2020 Conference Highlights

The 2020 Alliance Annual Conference and its many sessions reflected a series of themes including the power of both collaboration and innovation, the value of continuing education in improving patient outcomes, and the potential use of technology in continuing education. The ACCME also announced proposed Standards for Integrity and Independence in Accredited Continuing Education, and is now accepting comments from stakeholders.


AOE Consulting Synopsis: Proposed Revisions to ACCME Standards and Definitions

On January 7, 2020, the ACCME announced proposed updates, clarifications, and revisions to its Standards, definitions, and policies regarding how accredited organizations operate. The stated purposes for these proposed changes were to “streamline, clarify, and modernize the Standards” and to ensure independence of accredited medical education from commercial influence.

The ACCME will accept comments about the proposed changes via an electronic survey until February 21, 2020. The ACCME Board will address the proposed changes and potentially ratify them at its March 2020 meeting. All approved changes will be made over a transition period that will allow accredited providers and other stakeholders to adjust/alter practices.



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