Can I register non-specialty specific CME activities for MOC credit?

The ACCME says that yes, this kind of training on “broad, cross-specialty topics can be registered for MOC as demonstrated by the professional practice gap(s) and content of the activity and if the provider is meeting all requirements listed in the program guide”.  They go on to list the following as examples, explaining that these types of activities can also be registered for multiple boards, as this type of content will likely be relevant across multiple specialties:

  • Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS)
  • Advanced Trauma Life Support (ATLS)
  • Clinician Burnout
  • Electronic Health Records (EHR)
  • Ethics/Professionalism
  • Grand Rounds, Tumor Boards, Morbidity and Mortality
  • Opioid Education
  • Overall Wellness
  • Patient Safety
  • QI Basics
  • Shared Decision-Making
  • Team-Based Care

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With the adoption of the new Standards, do we need to modify our accreditation statement or other material to replace “continuing medical education” with “continuing education”?  

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