DEFINITION

The American Association of Continuing Medical Education® Accreditation is the process whereby the educational, organizational and administrative aspects of a medical organization, including program planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of educational outcomes, are measured against a peer-set principles and standards.

Accreditation is also the process and quality improvement tool that the American Association of Continuing Medical Education® uses to evaluate international medical institutions’ services, and improve the overall quality and delivery of the medical education programs.

Furthermore, accreditation provides recognition that an organization’s medical education activities are meeting international standards of quality and excellence. Find out more advantages for our Accreditation by contacting one of our team members at: accreditation (at) aacme (dot) org.