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- How to Achieve ACCME Accreditation with Commendation
- Criterion 16: The provider operates in a manner that integrates CME into the process for improving professional practice.
- Criterion 17: The provider utilizes non-education strategies to enhance change as an adjunct to its activities/educational interventions (e.g., reminders, patient feedback).
- Criterion 19: The provider implements educational strategies to remove, overcome, or address barriers to physician change.
- Criterion 20: The provider builds bridges with other stakeholders through collaboration and cooperation.
- Criterion 21: The provider participates within an institutional or system framework for quality improvement.
- Criterion 22: The provider is positioned to influence the scope and content of activities/educational interventions.
Criterion 22: The provider is positioned to influence the scope and content of activities/educational interventions.
➽ By creating these rules and teaching providers how to implement them, the ACCME influences the scope and content of CME activities.
➽ The ACCME tailors its own educational offerings to the needs of its learners.
This is the second in a three-part series on the ACCME accreditation process for CME providers. The first details the ACCME's accreditation process; and the third shows how to bounce back after being placed on probation or receiving a progress report requirement.
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