- Coordinate CME activities (regularly scheduled series – RSS) eligible for AMA PRA Category 1 Credit, ensuring that all comply with the ACCME Essential Areas, Standards, and Policies.
- Communicate regularly with course directors and document compliance with the ACCME reaccreditation requirements, Standards for Commercial Support and the AMA Guidelines for Gifts to Physicians from Industry.
- Audit grant reports for RSS activities within the job description on a regular basis and reconcile each account.
- Apply for grants and monitor programming for commercial support issues in accordance with the Office of CME monitoring report policy and follow up as necessary.
- Oversee and manage all enduring materials for CME credit.
- Oversee and manage all quality initiatives for performance improvement credit and maintenance of certification credit.
- Prepare applications and assist in needs documentation and planning of all activities within the job description.
- Facilitate all financials including honoraria and travel expenses for faculty associated with the RSS activities.
- Audit and evaluate CME activities for quality and compliance with the ACCME and Office of CME policies. Report to joint providers and departments as needed.
- Keep abreast of changes in ACCME/AMA/EVMS policies and procedures and make any necessary changes in order to maintain compliance.
- Attend EVMS CME Committee meetings, assist with documentation such as attendance and meeting minutes, and follow through on committee directives.
- Coordinate regular meetings (“CME Coordinator Meetings”) with the department and joint providers.
- Assemble and distribute “What’s New in CME” electronically.
- Assist with CME courses and other activities as needed to meet the goals of the CME office.
- Assist the CME Director as necessary to meet the goals of the CME office.
- Performs other duties as assigned.
Develop, implement, and assess regularly scheduled series, enduring materials and quality initiatives as discussed in the job description. Comply with all regulatory boards, such as the ACCME, AMA, FDA and Office of Inspector General.