CME

Earn AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™ Towards Point of Care Learning in STATdx
Earn CME Credit for Your Day-to-Day ExpertPath Activity

Stay current with the changing pathology landscape, and grow as a professional with ExpertPath CME. ExpertPath users can now earn point of care (PoC) learning credit for the queries they perform in ExpertPath. Physicians can claim credit for previous or future queries based on their individual needs.

 

The most comprehensive anatomic pathology online decision support solution now offers CME:

  • Integrated Solution — Easily capture and track CME credit for queries completed in ExpertPath over the course of your standard workday.
  • Trusted Content — Rely on constantly updated diagnostic information from Elsevier’s leading pathology experts.
  • Professional Development — Uphold your commitment to continually growing as a physician by immersing yourself in topics relevant to your individual clinical practice.
Accreditation
Elsevier Office of Continuing Medical Education (EOCME) is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians. EOCME designates the ExpertPath internet point of care learning activity for a maximum of .50 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
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Earning CME in ExpertPath is Easy
How It Works
SearchSearch. Use the ExpertPath search box to find information on a diagnosis. EarnEarn. Potential and claimed credit can be found in the ‘CME’ or ‘Claim CME’ section of your ExpertPath profile.
ClaimClaim. Select the query you would like to claim for credit. Complete the short form describing the application of your findings and click ‘Submit for Credit’. cme-certificatePrint. Click the ‘Print Certificate’ button to print out your point of care CME certificate.
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FAQs

If I also have a subscription to ImmunoQuery can I claim CME in that solution?

Yes! If you purchase ExpertPath CME and also have an active ImmunoQuery license you will be able to earn CME credit for your ImmunoQuery searches at no additional charge.

How much does ExpertPath CME cost?

Customers can access ExpertPath CME by selecting the purchase option that best fits their needs. For information on purchase options, please visit www.expertpath.com/cmepricing.

My ExpertPath license is under a group, am I still able to earn CME?

Yes! As long as you have an individual profile you are able to earn CME through ExpertPath.

Can you trial ExpertPath CME?

Free trials of ExpertPath CME will not be available. Only ExpertPath users that have active accounts will be able to see the CME available to be claimed when they login to the tool.

Does CME only apply for individuals in the United States?

No, users should check with their local authority to see if AMA PRA Category 1 Credit is recognized in their country.

Can I get credit for my previous searches in ExpertPath?

Yes! You are able to claim earned credits or future credit based on your individual needs.

How much credit do I earn per search?

Physicians conducting online searches on clinical topics in ExpertPath may claim 0.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit for each search.

What are the purchase options for CME?

For information on purchase options based on your needs, please visit www.ExpertPath.com/cmepricing.

Can I claim my CME credit after my ExpertPath subscription runs out?

You must have an active ExpertPath license to claim and generate certificates for CME credits through ExpertPath.

How do I access ExpertPath CME?

ExpertPath customers should login to your active ExpertPath account with your individual username and password. Look for the ‘CME’ button on the upper right-hand corner of the toolbar. Click the 'CME' button to see your potential and claimed credit.