State Mandated CME for Licensure 2017‑2018 |


CMEInfo State Mandated CME Programs  State CME
Posted by...Bernard Sklar, MD. 
State Mandated CME Credit Hours....Varies according to state.
CME Credits Awarded by....Oakstone Publishing, LLC. 
Cost...........$199 to $464 according to the formats you choose and your state's requirements.
See this month's special offers on Board Reviews and CME
Instruction Type...Slide-Video Lectures.
Format...Video DVD, Video MP4 DVD, Audio MP3 DVD, Streaming Video and combinations.
Target Audiences...Physicians in California, Connecticut, Massachusetts and Oregon who need to satisfy state-mandated CME requirements. 
Educational material last updated...2014.
Expiration of CME credit...2017.
CMEInfo State Mandated CME Programs offers CME programs which will satisfy the state-mandated requirements for physicians in these states:
This three-program set is specifically designed for California physicians. It includes: 
End of Life and Palliative Care; Pain Medication Challenges; Pain Management
This five-program set is specifically designed for Connecticut physicians. It includes: 
Topics in Risk Management; Sexual Assault; Domestic Violence; Cultural Competence; Behavioral Health 
This four-program set is specifically designed for Massachusetts physicians. It includes: 
End of Life and Palliative Care;  Pain Medication Challenges;  Pain Management; Topics in Risk Management
This two-program set is specifically designed for Oregon physicians. It includes:
End of Life and Palliative Care; Pain Medication Challenges
Topics in Risk Management 5th Edition, delivered by top medical-legal experts, will give you:
• Better understanding of the topics within medical risk management that will prevent adverse events and prepare you in the event of a malpractice claim
• Convenient access to hours of valuable information covering important areas in Risk Management and patient safety
• The opportunity to earn up to 16 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits, without the need to travel

The Virtual Lecture Hall Virtual Lecture Hall offers online CME programs to meet physician licensing requirements for communication, professionalism, and systems-based care. 
These special licensing requirements include topics such as: medical errors prevention, medical ethics, risk management, patient safety, professional responsibility, cultural competency, pain management, infectious diseases (including HIV/AIDS), infection control, domestic violence, sexual assault, palliative medicine, end-of-life care, and universal precautions. Virtual Lecture Hall CME Courses are presented in alphabetical order by course name on this page.