CME requirements listed above were updated based on information from the Massachusetts Board of Registration in Medicine, (BORIM) but education requirements do change. Due to COVID-19, certain states may have modified their licensure requirements. Physicians should confirm Massachusetts’s current requirements provided by the BORIM.
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You can select from a variety of education activities to earn CME credit that counts toward the state of Massachusetts CME requirements. The AMA Ed Hub provides you curated courses featuring trending topics such as diabetes care, Women’s Health and more. Our online CME courses are available in text, video and audio/podcast formats. Featured courses include:
The Massachusetts Board of Registration in Medicine (BORIM) is Massachusetts’s governing body for CME and medical license requirements. The BORIM’s mission is to:
“ensure that only qualified and competent physicians of good moral character are licensed to practice in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and that those physicians and health care institutions in which they practice provide to their patients a high standard of care and support an environment that maximizes the high quality of health care in Massachusetts.”
Founded in 1847, the American Medical Association’s mission is to promote the art and science of medicine and the betterment of public health. Since its inception, the AMA has been committed to lifelong learning that helps physicians and other medical professionals support real world outcomes of better health care. The AMA Ed Hub is a continuation of this commitment. Whether you’re in Boston, Fall River or anywhere in between, the AMA Ed Hub is your trusted source for online CME courses.
Listed below are online CME activities to help you meet the Massachusetts state CME requirements.
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