Massachusetts Medical Society: Submission of Required Documentation and Fees

Submission of Required Documentation and Fees

It is the policy of the Massachusetts Medical Society (MMS) to hold its accredited providers responsible for submitting required documentation and fees by the mandatory due date in order to maintain CME accreditation. 

If the submission of the required documentation (application or interim report) and/or fees are not received by the first Committee on Accreditation Review (CAR) meeting after the deadline, the MMS will take action to change the accredited provider's accreditation status to probation. 

If, at the second CAR meeting after the deadline, submission of the required documentation (application or interim report) and/or fees has not been received, the MMS may take action to change the accredited provider's accreditation to non-accreditation. 

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