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USA CME Requirements by State

eMedEvents provides updated information on CME requirements by each state in the U.S. With just one click, you can browse through all details including the CME credits offered at medical conferences, webinars and board review courses. We also offer a detailed list of state specific CME requirements and the actual links to each state's CME page.

CME Requirements By States

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Alabama  MD/DO

CME Credits Required25.00

Licensing Cycle1 year

AMA PRA Cat 1 Credit(s)25

Additional Notes The Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) and the Medical Association of the State of Alabama (MASA) accredit providers to confer AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™.

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Alaska  MD/DO

CME Credits Required50.00

Licensing Cycle2 years

AMA PRA Cat 1 Credit(s)50

Additional Notes The Alaska Division of Insurance proposes to amend regulations to the Alaska Reinsurance Program to reinsure high risk residents. The amendments include changing the reporting dates and payment dates to align with ACA filing deadlines. The amendments also remove the list of covered conditions eligible for payment through the reinsurance program from the regulations for ease of updating them as needed or at least annually.

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Arizona  MD

CME Credits Required40.00

Licensing Cycle2 years

AMA PRA Cat 1 Credit(s)Any category

Additional Notes The AMB completed its move to 1740 W. Adams in early January 2018. The AMB shares the new office space with 26 other regulatory boards, including the Arizona Board of Osteopathic Examiners, the Arizona Board of Nursing and the Arizona Dental Board.

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Arizona  DO

CME Credits Required20.00

Licensing Cycle1 year

AMA PRA Cat 1 Credit(s)12 (AOA 1-A)

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California  MD

CME Credits Required50.00

Licensing Cycle2 years

AMA PRA Cat 1 Credit(s)50

Additional Notes 1 time requirement- 12 hours of pain management, End of life care.
Exception-Radiologists and pathologists.
If >25% of practice is over 65 years age, 20% of CME is mandatory in geriatrics.

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California  DO

CME Credits Required150.00

Licensing Cycle3 years

AMA PRA Cat 1 Credit(s)60 (AOA 1A or 1B)

Additional Notes 1 time requirement-12 hours of pain management, end of life care.
Exception-Radiologists and pathologists.
If >25% of practice is over 65 years age, 20% of CME is mandatory in geriatrics.

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Colorado  MD/DO

CME Credits Required0.00

Licensing Cycle

AMA PRA Cat 1 Credit(s)0.00

Additional Notes The Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies submits the following 2017 Regulatory Agenda in fulfillment of the statutory requirements set forth in Colo. Rev. Stat. §2-7-203(4). Pursuant to state law, annually on November 1 executive-branch agencies must file a Departmental Regulatory Agenda (DRA) containing:  A list of new rules or amendments that the department or its divisions expect to propose in the next calendar year;  The statutory or other basis for adoption of the proposed rules.

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Connecticut  MD/DO

CME Credits Required50.00

Licensing Cycle2 years

AMA PRA Cat 1 Credit(s)

Additional Notes 1 hour CME in each of ID/HIV, Risk management, sexual assault, domestic violence & cultural competency.(Total 5 hrs.)

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DC, Washington  MD/DO

CME Credits Required50.00

Licensing Cycle2 years

AMA PRA Cat 1 Credit(s)50

Additional Notes The SHPDA and the SHCC will use the HSP to recommend specific strategic action and to facilitate cooperation between the Department of Health and other public and private sector entities. The SHPDA and the SHCC will also use the HSP to guide the District of Columbia’s Certificate of Need (CON) program; the HSP will be a source of information and guidance to help determine if CON applications show public health value and support the priorities identified.

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