Per the ACCME’s definition of joint-providership, can two accredited organizations work in joint providership?

No – one provider must take full responsibility for compliance.

From accme.org:

“There is no ‘co-providership’ accreditation statement.  If two or more accredited providers are working in collaboration on a CME activity, one provider must take responsibility for the compliance of that activity.  Co-provided CME activities should use the directly provided activity statement, naming the one accredited provider that is responsible for the activity.  The ACCME has no policy regarding specific ways in which providers may acknowledge the involvement of other ACCME-accredited providers in their CME activities.”

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