Steps to Take After ACCME Provisional Accreditation

If your association has recently been awarded Provisional Accreditation by ACCME, then congratulations! Your award was based on your showing evidence of compliance with Accreditation Criteria 1–3 and 7–12, and that’s a significant achievement.

This waiting period is an opportunity to take another thorough look at your organization’s ability to meet ACCME’s standards for full accreditation and evaluate the resources that you’ll need to sustain that compliance over time. 
The two years that your provisional accreditation status will last may seem like a sufficient amount of time to prepare for ACCME’s rigorous review process for full accreditation, but you’ll need to manage your time wisely. 

The following is a brief checklist of actions to take to strengthen your association’s application for full accreditation.

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