As a Joint Accreditation provider, what should we do when one of our activities only has one profession represented?

Joint Accreditation clarifies that jointly accredited providers should use the Joint Accreditation criteria regardless of whether or not multiple professions are represented in any given activity.  Jointly accredited providers are allowed to offer single profession CE activities and, in those cases, the thirteen accredited Joint Accreditation set of criteria would still be followed to plan those single profession activities.  In this situation, these activities do not need to be planned by the interprofessional healthcare team.


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Weekly Compliance Tip

In PARS, how should we report activities that are available for more than a single year?  

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