American Academy of CME

A Collaborative, Sophisticated Approach to Accredited Continuing Education

We look to develop partnerships with organizations who have the same passion we have about improving patient health through accredited continuing education.


Value propositions for working with the Academy:

  • A team of professionals qualified in the practice of adult education with more than 75 years of combined experience in the provision of continuing education (CE) for the healthcare team and its members
  • A collaborative approach to working with our educational partners (for more on partnering with the Academy, click here)
  • Personalized and high-quality service provided by a dedicated CE professional for each initiative we certify
  • Rapid turnaround time (no long waits for comments or feedback)
  • Knowledge and expertise in the implementation of CE activities within the current policies and guidelines of accrediting and regulatory bodies

The Academy’s services include:

  • Identifying professional practice / performance gaps, barriers to closing these gaps, and educational needs of the healthcare team and its members
  • Developing learning objectives/learning outcomes tied to the educational needs of the healthcare team and its members
  • Identifying and vetting planners and faculty, including mitigating relevant conflicts of interest
  • Designing effective educational formats
  • Reviewing educational activities to ensure activities are free of bias and meet all CE standards
  • Providing on-site monitoring of live activities
  • Developing outcomes assessment tools and analyzing the data they collect to determine if activity educational goals are achieved
  • Awarding CE credits to healthcare team members and maintaining records
  • Serving as a resource and mentor for educational partners new to CE in the areas of developing, executing, and evaluating CE activities

The Academy has experience across multiple live and enduring formats:

  • Single- and multi-day conferences/meetings (live, virtual and hybrid)
  • Symposia in conjunction with national meetings
  • Mini-symposia at regional and local professional society meetings
  • National grand rounds/Visiting professor series
  • Small group workshops
  • Live and enduring web-based activities and curricula
  • Print monographs/supplements/newsletters