ACMPE Continuing Education Requirements

MGMA requires 50 hours to maintain your ACMPE credentials and to complete your CMPE. Of the 50 hours:

30 hours must be from MGMA National, state or local.

Of the 30 hours, 12 must be from LIVE learning from MGMA National, State or local chapter.

20 hours must also come from qualified sources that pertain to the medical practice management field or MGMA.

  • Formal presentations, recognized professional associations and organizations.

Fellows Volunteer Hours

For Fellows, alongside the 50 hours of continuing education, you are required to meet six hours of volunteer hours in the same three-year cycle. The six volunteer hours are also required to become a Fellow, on top of keeping your CMPE in good standing.

Of the six hours required, three of the six hours must pertain to healthcare and the remainder may be of any type.

Track Your Volunteer Hours
You can now use our Volunteer portal to sign up and track your hours! Volunteer Opportunities completed through MGMA are now added to ACMPE Tracking for you.  Click here to access the Volunteer Portal>>

Upcoming Events Eligible for ACMPE Credits

Current Continuing Education Cycle: 1/1/2019-12/31/2021

Medical Practice Excellence: Pathways Conference | May 11-13
Discover how one practice improved access to care for diabetes patients and learn about the mental and physical health of blind and visually impaired patients and how to better understand and treat them.
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Lean Six Stigma Green Belt | April 13- June 1
Participate in this eight-week online course to explore Lean techniques and evaluate processes, with the goal of eliminating steps that do not provide value to the organization or the customer and discovering how to use fewer resources and reduce costs by eliminating redundancy, rework and other forms of waste. Eligible for 30 ACMPE and 30 CEU credits.
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Online Seminar: The Journey into Value Based Care- Strategies & Tactics to Change Organizational Culture | April 20
Discover ways to design a strategic framework toward achieving the Quadruple Aim, create tools to improve communication, increase focus and establish a common mindset as well as develop a communication and training road map to move organizational culture.
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Your North Carolina MGMA ACMPE Forum Representative

For questions about ACMPE and how to get started on the path to certification, contact:

 Michelle Wallace PhotoMichelle L. Wallace, FACMPE
ACMPE Forum Representative
[email protected]
(336) 714-3544'