Read If Your NH License Expires on 6/30/18

February 21, 2018

The CME reporting deadline of Feb. 28, for the 2016-2017 calendar year cycle is fast approaching. This year the number of reports that are incomplete is at an all time high. Before you mail your report, please make sure you have:

  1. signed your form.
  2. enclosed a signed check for $40, payable to "CME Coordinator".
  3. enclosed official documentation of at least 40 Category 1 credits (either certificates or official transcripts).
  4. enclosed official documentation of 3 credits on the subject of opioid prescribing/pain management. *
    *This requirement only applies to physicians who are registered with the NH Prescription Drug Monitoring Program (those with a DEA license associated with a NH address).
  5. have reported a total of 100 credits.
  6. All of your credits were obtained between January 1, 2016 and December 31, 2017.**
    **Opioid-related CME may be from the first quarter of 2018, as a special exception from the NH Board of Medicine for this cycle only.

Please note that it takes 3-6 weeks for processing. You will receive a CME verification letter via paper mail once your report has been processed.***
If you have not received your verification letter after 6 weeks, please email mary.west@nhms.org, to see if your report is incomplete.

If you did not receive or have misplaced your original reporting form, you may download a blank form and fill in your name and license number in the brackets on the first page.

Please direct questions to mary.west@nhms.org.

Thank you!

***The Board of Medicine mailed license renewal applications on March 12. Your CME audit must be complete before your license can be renewed.