Continuing Medical Education
For Harvard Clinicians. By Harvard Clinicians.
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CRICO’s patient safety and claims defense experts join clinical leaders from Harvard’s medical community to share insights you need to provide the best and safest care for your patients.

As an ACCME accredited provider, CRICO provides many options to help you meet your CME and risk management requirements. The options below are designed to help you better understand your liability and opportunities for risk reduction.

Sponsor CME activities for your own organization. 

Resources for Educators

Accreditation Statement

CRICO/RMF of the Harvard Medical Institutions is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education (CME) for physicians.

CRICO has been resurveyed by the ACCME and awarded Accreditation for four years as a provider of CME for physicians.

ACCME accreditation seeks to assure the medical community and the public that CRICO provides physicians with relevant, effective, practice-based CME that supports US health care quality improvement.

The Virtual Visit

A one-hour conversation about then…now…and what lies ahead
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Emergency Medicine

Defending a MedMal Case
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More Ways to Earn Credits

Content from the approved publications, but in email-trackable, 30 minute packages. You are given an option to send yourself an email reminder of this content, which can also serve as documentation for your CME credits. 

Combine for 30-minutes of continuous learning and download to your computer, read as a transcription, or access through iTunes. 

The Massachusetts Board of Registration in Medicine has endorsed each complete issue of Insights as suitable for 0.5 hours of Risk Management Category 1 Study in Massachusetts. You should keep track of these credits the same way you track your Category 2 credits.

Tests contain questions drawn from CRICO’s decision support tools. You must score at least 85% and complete the evaluation to receive the allotted AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ on these tests.

  • Breast Care Management Algorithm Test
  • Colorectal Cancer Decision Support Tests
  • Obstetrical Services Guidelines Test

This specific case study type is suitable for 0.25 AMA PRA Category 2 Credit™. This activity has been designed to be suitable for .25 hours of Risk Management Study in Massachusetts. Risk Management Study is self-claimed.

Based on recorded webinars, our free online courses a quick and easy way to earn risk management-related CME credits. We host these on our Learning Management System (LMS).

Enduring Materials

Keep up with CME and Risk Management Credit requirements.
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