Do you still need to claim your CME for 2018?

You may claim a maximum of 25 CME Hours, and if you participated in the pre and post test for SACME, 8 hours of 25 may count towards Self Assessment CME.

The breakdown by day may assist you with entering your credits, but the CME reporting center requests that you enter the TOTAL number of credits to claim CME.

Thursday, March 1 - Up to 6.75 Hours

Friday, March 2 - Up to 7 Hours

Saturday, March 3 - Up to 7.25 Hours

Sunday, March 4 - Up to 4 Hours

Example:  If you participated in the pre and post-test for SACME you may automatically claim 8 Hours of "SELF" and if you attended every day of the meeting except for Sunday, you can claim an additional 13 hours for a total of 21 hours.

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Do you still need to claim your CME for 2017?

You may claim a maximum of 23.25 CME Hours and if you participated in the pre and post test for SACME, 8 hours of 23.25 may count towards Self Assessment CME (they are dual credits counting towards SACME and CME).

The breakdown by day may assist you with entering your credits, please enter the TOTAL number of credits to claim CME. 

  • Thursday, March 2 - Up to 6.5 Hours
  • Friday, March 3 - Up to 7 Hours
  • Saturday, March 4 - Up to 5.75 Hours
  • Sunday, March 5 - Up to 4 Hours

Example:  If you participated in the pre and post-test for SACME you may automatically claim 8 Hours of "SELF" and if you attended every day of the meeting except for Sunday, you can claim an additional 11.25 hours for a total of 19.25 hours.

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