Continuing Medical Education
Our webinars, hosted in cooperation with ACCMA, offer our policyholders a broad cross-section of webinars presented by a variety of sources. A number of these webinars are complimentary while others have a small fee associated with them. View & Register for upcoming MIEC Webinars and view past courses on demand.
Seminars & Events
MIEC representatives teach seminars for physicians, non-physician clinicians and office staff through out the year. View & register for upcoming Seminars.
MIEC has partnered with ELM Exchange, Inc., to provide case-based, online CME programs.
“MIEC’s partnership with Empathetics offers policyholders access to evidence-based training designed expressly for physicians to understand and appreciate the neurobiological and physiological components of empathy and its effect on the physician-patient relationship. The courses are self-paced and teaches techniques to identify and manage emotions with empathy and compassion. MIEC has licensed three one-hour interactive courses. Each course is approved for one (1) AMA PRA Category 1 CME Credit. You will need your MIEC policy number to register. If you do not know your MIEC policy number, you can login to www.miec.com to see it displayed in the top right hand corner. You may also email email@example.com to request your policy number.
Click here to register for Empathetics. You will need your MIEC policy number to register.
MIEC has partnered with Med-IQ (former ELM Exchange), to offer risk management continuing education courses. All or a portion of your annual risk management course requirements may be satisfied through the Med-IQ online program. Risk management training is a means of reducing adverse events, mitigating professional liability, and improving patient safety at an individual and system level.
CME in opioid prescribing, opioid addiction, and a Culture of Safety in both the in- and out-patient settings: From September 2017 to July 2018, MIEC is offering insureds CME coursework that focuses on a culture of safety. The out-patient coursework discusses the role of leadership in engaging staff to overcome practice obstacles, the duty of providers to engage patients in their care, and to support work processes designed to mitigate risks associated with transitions of care, lab and test result management, and safe referral. The in-patient culture of safety course describes a systems-based approach to reducing preventable patient injury. This year MIEC has updated CME courses about opioid prescribing and managing opioid addiction. The classes describe strategies and practices that can improve opioid prescribing practices and the importance of withdrawal symptom management. Each course is worth 1.25 AMA PRA Category 1 credits and is free to policyholders. For more information, please contact the Patient Safety & Risk Management Department at 510/428-9411, or toll free at 800/227-4527.
Click here to visit the Med-IQ Registration Page