CCSQ Grand Rounds Continuing Education Series

What is the CCSQ Grand Rounds?

A series of educational events, with continuing education credit, that educate clinicians and other health care professionals on the evidence-based practice of medicine, and the latest clinical and scientific information available.

Live Activities

Find descriptions, credit amount/type, bios and disclosure information (PDF), for the following activities:

There were no CCSQ Grand Rounds Live activities in October 2019. Check email for information on the upcoming November 21, 2019 Grand Rounds activity.

How do I participate in this live activity?

  1. Look for the all CMS email announcement
  2. Register and attend in-person or virtually
  3. Complete post assessment and evaluation for certificate

Enduring Activities

Find descriptions, credit amount/type, bios and disclosure information (PDF), for the following activities:

  1. Frailty in the Evaluation of Patients Considering High Risk Procedures Human Centered Design
  2. National Care Transitions Awareness
  3. Opioid Crisis: HHS Strategy and Advancing Pain Management
  4. Kidney Transportation: Good Intentions and Missed Opportunities Leave Patients Behind
  5. Viewing Programs and Policies Through a Clinical Lens
  6. Sickle Cell Disease: Current State & Emerging Management Approaches

How do I get my certificate for a live or enduring activity?

  • Log in to the Medicare Learning Network® (MLN) Learning Management System (LMS)
  • Search “Grand Rounds” and select activity title from list
  • Pass the assessment and complete the evaluation to get your certificate

What type of CE credit is available?

  • Continuing Medical Education (CME) physician and non-physician
  • Continuing Education Units (CEU)

Read our ACCME IACET Accreditation Statements (PDF) or, if you are seeking a different certification, check with your credentialing body to verify the type of training/certificate they will accept.

Need help with your MLN account?

*MLN account and certificate related inquiries: MLN@cms.hhs.gov

*CE related inquiries: CMSCE@cms.hhs.gov

 

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11/01/2019 01:45 PM