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The Board extends the suspension of the 50 credit hours Continuing Medical Education requirement for physicians for one year.
12/17/2020
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WakefieldAt its meeting on December 17, 2020, the Board of Registration in Medicine issued Interim Policy 2020-03. This is an interim policy which extends the suspension of the 50 credit hours Continuing Medical Education requirement for physicians for one year. Physicians are still required to comply with the statutorily-mandated requirements, such as pain management training, risk management training, Alzheimer's Disease and Related Dementias training, domestic violence and sexual violence training, end-of-life training, electronic health records training and child abuse and neglect training.  Please see Policy 2017-05 for further information on the statutorily-required CME requirements.

 

Included below are links to the referenced policies:

Policy 20-03: Interim Policy on Continuing Medical Education Requirement (April 2, 2020, revised December 17, 2020)

Policy 17-05: Continuing Medical Education (CME) Pilot Program (Amended December 19, 2019)

Board of Registration in Medicine 

The Board of Registration in Medicine is responsible for licensing, regulation, and discipline of Massachusetts physicians and acupuncturists.
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