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CME360 can help providers with both the "Original" (Criteria 1-15) and "Updated" (Criteria 16-22) decision-making criteria, relevant to the essential areas and elements, of the ACCME accreditation system. "Original" CME360 d...
CME360 is licensed under the following programs: Provider Professional Professional is a multi-user, fee-based, full version, available to all provider organizations, including accredited and non-accredited providers, publishers, data processing companie...
The CME Provider that creates the CME/CE, PI, registry, survey, or other activity in CME360, fully owns and controls that activity. Permission to collaborate on a project and/or to share outcomes with other stakeholders, or the community, is at the full c...
At best, existing CME management systems only address back-office functionality, in a relatively limited fashion. They are not fully web-based, they do not provide a platform for collaboration, nor do they support the new criteria necessary to achieve ACC...
While CME360 can be used strictly within a single organization as a standalone application, the full potential of CME360 is unleashed when CME providers begin to collaborate with other community members.
CME360 is a revolutionary, collaborative, technology platform that was built from the ground up specifically to meet the emerging needs of the CME industry in the 21st Century. CME360 is the first complete web-based tool that enables CME/CE providers, t...
The CME360 platform and the CME360 community are, in essence, an online representation and reflection of the real CME world. All organizations that participate in CME today have a place and are eligible to join, the CME360 community. This includes accre...