EMedHome.com is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians. EMedHome currently holds accreditation with commendation by the ACCME.
A subscription to EMedHome.com includes CME credit from the hundreds of Online EM Video Lectures, the monthly EMCast, and the CME In Focus lectures. You can easily earn well over 100 CME credits annually.
If you are not receiving your password with the automated password retrieval function, it likely means that you are not entering the email address that we have on file for you. The email address to which your password is sent is the one that you entered into the website database. If you have changed email addresses and not updated your profile, then you must use your old email address. If you do not recall the email address used for your CME account, feel free to use the "contact us" link on top of this page and we will respond within one business day. It is also possible that your ISP is blocking the automated password retrieval email because it is identifying it as spam.
You are more than welcome to participate. Many PAs/NPs are subscriberss to EMedHome.com and participate in our CME programs.
After you complete a CME activity on EMedHome.com, the CME certificate appears immediately in the CME tracker where you can print/download ythe CME certificate. If you do not see the CME certificate in the CME tracker, then you have not completed the CME activity, the last step of which is the brief exit survey.
Yes. Just select the number of years you would like added to your expiration date from the drop down on the billing page.
Upon completion of a CME activity on EMedHome.com - the last step of which is the exit survey - the CME certificate is available immediately in the CME tracker section. If your CME certificate is not located in the CME tracker, then you have yet to finish the CME activity.
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EMedHome is accredited by the ACCME. According to the AOA website (http://www.osteopathic.org/inside-aoa/development/continuing-medical-education/Pages/2010-2012-cme-requirements.aspx), ACCME-accredited CME activities are equivalent to Category 2-A AOA credit.
To obtain a receipt of purchase, simply log in and go to the manage account section.
There are several possibilities:
1. It is possible that you have yet to select your CME option. The first time you log in to the LLSA program, you will be asked if you want to complete the program via the LLSA certificate method or via our self-assessment CME exam. If you have yet to select this option, then our server cannot record the LLSA certificate of completion from the ABEM site. To remedy this, just log in to the LLSA CME program in question.
2. You may have selected the option to complete the LLSA CME program via our self-assessment exam, not via the LLSA certificate method. Log in to the LLSA edition in question and read the text at the top which will explain which option you selected.
3. Did you return to complete the brief exit survey which is the last step of the CME activity? Upon receipt of the LLSA certificate, you should have received an automated email inviting you to return to the LLSA section to complete the brief exit survey. If you did not receive it or if it ended up in your spam folder, please add EMedHome.com to your safe sender list.
4. It is possible the ABEM site did not function properly and the LLSA certificate was not sent. Feel free to simply send it over as an email attachment.
For those participants that have opted to complete the program via completion of the self assessment CME exam, the link to the exit survey appears in the LLSA section when all of the modules of the self assessment exam have been completed. For those participants that have opted to complete the program via the LLSA certificate method, the link to the exit survey appears upon receipt of your LLSA certificate. If the link is not evident, then we have not received and recorded your LLSA certificate.
Our LLSA CME Program makes it easy to prepare for and pass the annual LLSA exam, and earn CME credit for the effort. However, you still need to pass the LLSA exam on the ABEM exam to maintain board certification. When you do go to take the LLSA exam on the ABEM website, we recommend keeping a second browser window open that contains our PDF outlines of the articles so you can easily find the answer to the exam questions.
Yes, we do offer instituional subscriptions for the Premier ECG Workshop. An institutional subscription allows multiple users to access the course and download the content, even simultaneously. Howver, CME credit is not included. Please use the "contact form" at the top of this page for further details.
The NRCME Registry ID number is obtained directly from the FMCSA after you complete this course. Please review the intro module and the PDF file "Your Guide To Certification" for instructions.
This is the same as the NRCME Registry ID number.
You can find the CME certificate of completion in the CME tracker section. If it is not there, then you have yet to complete the course in its entirety.