What is CME Passport?
CME passport allows physicians to access their CME and MOC records. It is a free all in-one centralized web application developed by the ACCME, the national accrediting authority for continuing education. CME Passport also provides a one-stop website where providers can quickly search for upcoming accredited continuing education opportunities.
Physicians can create a personalized account, enabling them to view their reported CME and MOC credits in one location. CME providers across the country are slowing adding data into this system, which will allow physicians
to find and track their credits from various CME providers. State medical licensing board and certifying boards that are collaborating with the ACCME will have access to data reported. Physicians who have created an account on CME Passport can see the data submitted on their behalf or share a transcript via CME Passport with a regulatory body, employer, or anyone they wish. This system will eliminate the paperwork and reporting burdens physicians might face, allowing physicians to focus on patient care as opposed to paperwork.
What do activity planners and coordinators need to know about CME Passport?
UUCME is now reporting to CME Passport all credits for physicians who have provided their information,
including credits. We’ll include a statement and logo on CME Statements that we send to activity coordinators. The statement alerts
learners that this service is being provided for that specific activity. This is what it looks like:
CME Passport: The CME credits that physicians earn from this activity will be submitted to
ACCME's CME Passport, a free, centralized web application where you can create a
personalized account to view, track, and generate transcripts of your reported CME credit.
Visit www.cmepassport.org to create your account.