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  • 15 Apr 2019 3:34 PM | Anonymous

    UC Davis Medical Center, Sacramento, CA

    Salary Range: $2513.60 to $5141.60 Bi-weekly (salary grade 23)

    Final Filing Date: 04/30/2019


    The Continuing Medical Education (CME) Project Manager will oversee a number of strategic initiatives and courses designed to propel UC Davis Health to meet the changing demands within health education and consumers of continuing medical education. This position will manage a portfolio of programs comprised of numerous courses relevant to faculty development, regional/community needs, maintenance of clinical certification (MOC) and other initiatives that lead practitioners to clinical changes in practice and patient outcomes.

    To view full job description and submit an on-line application visit UC Davis Career Opportunities at:

    Requisition number #055771

    The University of California, Davis is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer

    Qualifications Required

    • Extensive experience with project management and policy analysis with leadership experience and/or skills to design, implement and monitor complex projects.
    • Advanced knowledge and extensive experience of medical/health professions education.
    • Experience negotiating and leading new concepts for advancing organizational change applying discretion and diplomacy.
    • Experience working with accrediting bodies with understanding of standards, regulations and policies and experience integrating.
    • Experience in developing strategic direction and parcel objectives into short-term tasks.
    • Excellent written and oral communication skills required to prepare reports, project plans, and presentations.
    • Experience with word processing, presentation software, spreadsheets, databases, and internet.
    • Advanced analytical skills to effectively understand healthcare educational programs, to manage administrative and fiscal information.
    • Knowledge of common organization-specific, educational research-specific and other computer application programs.
    • Strong skills and/or experience in analyzing, researching and synthesizing large amounts of data for preparing sound and relevant proposals / analyses.
    • Bachelor's degree or higher in education or related area and/or equivalent experience/training.


    • Internal understanding of UC Davis Health System and/or a deep appreciation for matrix organizations.
    • Demonstrated understanding of health systems and community health delivery necessary to provide change management support and effectively support the operational adjustments necessary to a variety of educational delivery methods.


    • Must be able to work extra hours (nights and weekends) on occasion.
    • Ability to ambulate between buildings across the UC Davis Health campus
    • Occasional travel required
    • Valid California Driver's License
  • 15 Apr 2019 3:27 PM | Anonymous

    Loyola University Chicago

    ***To be considered, please apply online, at: http://www.careers.luc.edu/postings/10690

    Course Management: 25%

    • Advise faculty, staff, administration and external agencies regarding organization and conduct in CME accredited courses.
    • Coordinate planning process, set priorities and organize implementation for CME courses.
    • Counsel and direct course directors and course faculty regarding all details of the course (e.g. advise/adhere to ACCME/SSOM/LUHS/Illinois Department of Professional Regulations (ILDPR) policies and federal laws, budget, course materials, logistics, public/alumni relations, CME credit reporting to required internal departments).
    • Resolve problems and respond to questions from external agencies and SSOM/LUHS departments.

    Administrative/Operations: 30%

    • Manage process and secure accreditation from outside professional societies.
    • Implement and maintain accreditation compliance policies/procedures to assure that Stritch School of Medicine (SSOM) remains an institution accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
    • Implement and maintain all SSOM/Loyola University Health System (LUHS) policies/procedures and federal laws are obeyed.
    • Direct and advise all entities that joint- and co-sponsor courses with SSOM to maintain and assure their compliance with all institutional, ACCME and federal policies/procedures and laws.
    • Direct and advise all entities providing educational grants in support of courses to maintain and assure their compliance with all SSOM/LUHS and ACCME standards for commercial support policies and resolution of conflict of interest procedures.
    • Maintain highest standard of confidentiality in all matters pertaining to SSOM/LUHS physician records.
    • Participate in ACCME self-study process and site visit. Responsible for preparing required materials, assuring files are current and compliant, etc.
    • Coordinate courses with outside event planning groups employed by LUHS departments.
    • Support special projects for department manager and director of continuing Medical Education.

    Fiscal Administration: 5%

    • Manage course budgets and trouble-shoot expense issues.
    • Support the Assistant Director of CME regarding CME related budget planning and documentation.
    • Utilize institutional software in support of business operations.

    Quality improvement: 10%

    • Calculate assessment results, summarize, prepare and distribute evaluation reports to course directors, department manager and CME division.
    • Coordinate outcome survey process. Responsibilities include assist course director in developing survey questions, design survey instrument using web-based survey program, input of questions and generate outcome reports.
    • Participate in lifelong learning activities to improve knowledge and stay on the forefront of CME best practices.
    • Incorporate institutional quality improvement survey results to guide faculty development programs.

    Technology and Innovation: 30%

    • Instruct new SSOM/LUHS physicians on scan-in credit system for ongoing CME courses. Encode physicians’ Loyola ID to enable use in system using AMC712 encoding equipment and software.
    • Support the onboarding, implementation, editing, and maintenance of learning management system for the Division of CME.
    • Coordinate efforts to establish and maintain maintenance of certification (MOC) offerings through SSOM/LUHS and assure compliance with all SSOM/LUHS, ACCME and Specialty Board policies/procedures.
    • Facilitate the repository of enduring materials and assure necessary paperwork completed as it relates to copyright, intellectual property, and other related documentation deemed necessary.
    • Assist with streaming, recording, and editing of events supported by CME. 
    • Design, format, edit, maintain and publish course materials and databases (promotional materials, CME web page, syllabi, schedules, assignments, exams, evaluations) for CME courses.

    Key Requirements

    • Experience specifically with Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) policies and guidelines for accreditation is required.
    • Bachelor’s degree in Education or related field, supplemented with 3-5 years of previous job-related experience.

    Learn more and apply

  • 15 Apr 2019 3:18 PM | Anonymous

    Background: ScientiaCME is an ACCME and ACPE accredited small CME-only 501(c)3 that produces approximately 20 online CME activities per year, in addition to providing Joint Sponsorship for 10-15 live and online activities.

    Duties include:

    1. Project management of activities including faculty management, document (COI, LOA) organization, and Q/A.
    2. Grant submission to potential supporters on-line grant portals
    3. Grant reconciliation and outcomes reporting

    Requirements: Bachelor’s Degree, 2 years experience in some aspect of the CME space, excellent communications and organization skills, excellent spreadsheet and project management skills.

    Please email ssachse@scientiacme.org for additional information.

  • 01 Apr 2019 2:25 PM | Anonymous

    Children's Hospital Los Angeles

    The CME Coordinator is a member in the Office of Academic Affairs (OOAA) who develops and executes all aspects of Continuing Medical Education (CME) programs sponsored by Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles (CHLA). The CME Coordinator functions within the guidelines of the American Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) under the auspices of the CHLA and in collaboration with the faculty medical director.

    Primary responsibility for tracking and maintaining physician and participant hours for Category 1 credit and processing all evaluation forms for committee review. Qualified candidate must be a self-starter with attention to detail; able to handle multiple projects, flexible, professional, and a high level of computer literacy and ability to quickly learn new software.

    Secondary responsibility for maintaining all regulatory and departmental records, minutes and activity files in strict compliance with ACCME Guidelines. Incumbent is responsible for CME activity speaker correspondence and follow-up. Serve as a liaison for department administration and the CME Committee with coordinating monthly on-site CME activities. Prepares CME Committee agenda packet, attends and writes minutes of the meeting and all follow-up memos, letters, etc.

    The CME Coordinator will be responsible for the following:

    • Developing and implementing CME activities in various formats such as a journal and/or the Internet, according to departmental and ACCME policies, standards and regulations.
    • Monitoring ACCME regulatory affairs
    • Managing MOC activites

    Key Requirements:

    • Bachelor’s degree preferred or equivalent in related experience.
    • CME professional experience preferred or 3-4 years advanced administrative experience in an educational, academic, medical or non-profit environment.
    • Experience in meeting planning and/or working with an accredited provider of professional education.
    • Excellent written and oral communication skills, organizational ability and time management skills
    • Applicant must be very professional in dealing with Children’s Hospital Los Angeles faculty and outside vendor.

    Learn more about this position.

  • 29 Mar 2019 2:33 PM | Anonymous

    Indiana University

    Indiana University has an opportunity for The Director of Continuing Medical Education (CME). You will oversee a highly specialized unit that impacts physician and other health care providers learning, performance, and patient health outcomes. The Director provides leadership and collaborates regularly with all the health science schools on all matters related to continuing education among health care providers in Indiana.

    The CME office has the ability to impact the improvement of the patient experience; improving the health of populations; and reducing the per capita cost of health care. The CME office is responsible for assisting in the enablement of Interprofessional Education opportunities. The CME office is the accredited provider for physician education for IU Health and Eskenazi Health.

    Key Responsibilities:

    Program Administration:

    • Establishing policies, procedures and practices to ensure compliance with Joint Accreditation (JA) criteria and policies, Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) Standards for Commercial Support, and AMA requirements 
    • Provide leadership and direction for interprofessional continuing education, accreditation issues, and review and resolve legal and ethical issues
    • Oversee program management and operations, including but not limited to supervision, evaluation, and development of staff
    • Develop goals and annual budget, and has fiscal responsibility for operating the program with the goal of full cost recovery
    • Conduct needs assessments and gap analyses, apply principles of adult education to CME design, and develop educational outcomes measurement tools and processes
    • Conduct training and other continuous quality improvement efforts for CME staff, physicians, and key CME planners throughout IUSM to improve the CME planning and documentation processes
    • Foster and produce ongoing CME scholarship from the work of IUSM CME program in collaboration with the departments and IU Health
    • Provide high level reports on health professionals education and outcomes by conducting program evaluations to assess quality improvement efforts of learners
    Learn more about his position.
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