The American Medical Association is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

The AMA designates each live activity for the maximum number of AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s) ™, unless otherwise noted. The deadline to claim credit is Dec. 31, 2018 . Log in to AMA Ed Hub™ for additional information.

Friday, Nov. 9 Sessions

LINK 1: AMA Ed Hub™

SCHEDULE 1: Friday, Nov. 9 Sessions

LINK 2: Identifying victims of sex trafficking: The role of the physician

LINK 3: Direct contracting with large employers: Is your organization an appealing partner?

LINK 4: Can system-level and individual medical staff needs coexist? Spoiler: Yes!

LINK 5: Don't just survive, thrive: Wellness for young physicians

LINK 6: Coalition building: Fundamental steps for success

LINK 7: Providing care for child and adolescent refugees

LINK 8: 2019 Medicare payment policy: Everything you need to know

LINK 9: Alternative privileging criteria: Evaluating competency without MOC

LINK 10: Health care think tank: Members moving medicine

LINK 11: The forgotten Americans: An introduction to US-Mexico Border colonias

LINK 12: The FDA: What do they do for physicians and patients?

LINK 13: Opioid rehabilitation and care coordination: What physicians in training need to know

LINK 14: Mergers, acquisitions and partnerships in health care: Why is New York-Presbyterian in the Florida Keys?

LINK 15: Advocacy in action: Enacting change at a grassroots level

LINK 16: How will the November elections affect LGBTQ patients and physicians? 

Saturday, Nov. 10 Sessions

SCHEDULE 2: Saturday, Nov. 10 Sessions

LINK 17: Design thinking in health care

LINK 18: Communications: Perfecting your elevator speech and your personal brand

LINK 19: Caring for vulnerable populations: What you can do to support LGBTQ+ youth

LINK 20: Train the trainer: Empowering your community to combat the opioid crisis

LINK 21: Is there a vaccine for burnout? Building resilience in the medical student community

LINK 22: Mind the gap: Improving undocumented patients’ access to care

LINK 23: Difficult conversations: End of life care

LINK 24: Older and wiser: Assessing competency of elder physicians

LINK 25: Acculturation: Continuous Immersion and Improvement for IMGs

LINK 26: The more things change: Issues facing senior women physicians

LINK 27: The business of improving workforce diversity

Sunday, Nov. 11

SCHEDULE 3: Sunday, Nov. 11

LINK 28: Busharat Ahmad, MD Leadership Development Program: How to earn an AMA leadership position

LINK 29: Litigation Center Open Meeting

Monday, Nov. 12

SCHEDULE 4: Monday, Nov. 12

LINK 30: Effects of health care payment models on physician practices: Is the U.S. making progress in value-based care models?

LINK 31: CEJA open forum - Ethics of providing care abroad

Get the overview

Visit the Interim Meeting overview page to stay current on meeting information.

LINK 32: Interim Meeting overview page

The American Medical Association is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

The AMA designates each live activity for the maximum number of AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s) ™, unless otherwise noted. The deadline to claim credit is Dec. 31, 2018 . Log in to AMA Ed Hub™ for additional information.

Friday, Nov. 9 Sessions

LINK 1: AMA Ed Hub™

SCHEDULE 1: Friday, Nov. 9 Sessions

LINK 2: Identifying victims of sex trafficking: The role of the physician

LINK 3: Direct contracting with large employers: Is your organization an appealing partner?

LINK 4: Can system-level and individual medical staff needs coexist? Spoiler: Yes!

LINK 5: Don't just survive, thrive: Wellness for young physicians

LINK 6: Coalition building: Fundamental steps for success

LINK 7: Providing care for child and adolescent refugees

LINK 8: 2019 Medicare payment policy: Everything you need to know

LINK 9: Alternative privileging criteria: Evaluating competency without MOC

LINK 10: Health care think tank: Members moving medicine

LINK 11: The forgotten Americans: An introduction to US-Mexico Border colonias

LINK 12: The FDA: What do they do for physicians and patients?

LINK 13: Opioid rehabilitation and care coordination: What physicians in training need to know

LINK 14: Mergers, acquisitions and partnerships in health care: Why is New York-Presbyterian in the Florida Keys?

LINK 15: Advocacy in action: Enacting change at a grassroots level

LINK 16: How will the November elections affect LGBTQ patients and physicians? 

Saturday, Nov. 10 Sessions

SCHEDULE 2: Saturday, Nov. 10 Sessions

LINK 17: Design thinking in health care

LINK 18: Communications: Perfecting your elevator speech and your personal brand

LINK 19: Caring for vulnerable populations: What you can do to support LGBTQ+ youth

LINK 20: Train the trainer: Empowering your community to combat the opioid crisis

LINK 21: Is there a vaccine for burnout? Building resilience in the medical student community

LINK 22: Mind the gap: Improving undocumented patients’ access to care

LINK 23: Difficult conversations: End of life care

LINK 24: Older and wiser: Assessing competency of elder physicians

LINK 25: Acculturation: Continuous Immersion and Improvement for IMGs

LINK 26: The more things change: Issues facing senior women physicians

LINK 27: The business of improving workforce diversity

Sunday, Nov. 11

SCHEDULE 3: Sunday, Nov. 11

LINK 28: Busharat Ahmad, MD Leadership Development Program: How to earn an AMA leadership position

LINK 29: Litigation Center Open Meeting

Monday, Nov. 12

SCHEDULE 4: Monday, Nov. 12

LINK 30: Effects of health care payment models on physician practices: Is the U.S. making progress in value-based care models?

LINK 31: CEJA open forum - Ethics of providing care abroad

Get the overview

Visit the Interim Meeting overview page to stay current on meeting information.

LINK 32: Interim Meeting overview page

Friday, Nov. 9 Sessions

(Note: Times are Eastern)
Time Activity Location CME credits
8:30 – 9:15 a.m. Identifying victims of sex trafficking: The role of the physician Chesapeake G/H No CME
8:45 – 10:45 a.m Direct contracting with large employers: Is your organization an appealing partner? Potomac 1/2 2.0 CME Credits
9:30 – 10:30 a.m. Can system-level and individual medical staff needs coexist? Spoiler: Yes! Can system-level and individual medical staff needs coexist? Spoiler: Yes! Potomac D 1.0 CME Credits
Noon – 1:30 p.m. Don't just survive, thrive: Wellness for young physicians Potomac C 1.5 CME Credits
Noon – 1:00 p.m. Coalition building: Fundamental steps for success Chesapeake D/E/F 1.0 CME Credits
1:00 – 2:15 p.m. 2019 Medicare payment policy: Everything you need to know Potomac 1/2 No CME
1:45 – 2:45 p.m. Alternative privileging criteria: Evaluating competency without MOC Potomac D No CME
2:00 – 3:00 p.m. Health care think tank: Members moving medicine Magnolia 3 No CME
3:00 – 3:30 p.m. The forgotten Americans: An introduction to US-Mexico Border colonias Chesapeake G/H No CME
3:30 – 4:15 p.m. The FDA: What do they do for physicians and patients? Magnolia 3 No CME
4:00 – 4:45 p.m. Opioid rehabilitation and care coordination: What physicians in training need to know Chesapeake G/H No CME
4:30 – 5:00 p.m. Mergers, acquisitions and partnerships in health care: Why is New York-Presbyterian in the Florida Keys? Magnolia 3 No CME
5:00 – 5:45 p.m. Advocacy in action: Enacting change at a grassroots level Chesapeake G/H No CME
5:00 – 7:00 p.m. How will the November elections affect LGBTQ patients and physicians? Potomac 2 No CME

Saturday, Nov. 10 Sessions

(Note: Times are Eastern)
Time Activity Location CME credits
8:00 – 9:00 a.m. Design thinking in health care Potomac 6 No CME
8:10 – 9:15 a.m. Communications: Perfecting your elevator speech and your personal brand Woodrow Wilson B 1.0 CME Credits
9:00 – 9:30 a.m. Caring for vulnerable populations: What you can do to support LGBTQ+ youth Azalea 3 No CME
9:30 – 10:00 a.m. Train the trainer: Empowering your community to combat the opioid crisis Potomac 6 No CME
10:00 – 11:00 a.m. Is there a vaccine for burnout? Building resilience in the medical student community Chesapeake G No CME
10:00 – 11:00 a.m. Mind the gap: Improving undocumented patients’ access to care Potomac D 1.0 CME Credits
11:00 a.m. – Noon Difficult conversations: End of life care Potomac 6 No CME
Noon – 1:30 p.m. Older and wiser: Assessing competency of elder physicians Woodrow Wilson A 1.5 CME Credits
3:00 – 6:30 p.m. AMA EXPO: 16th Annual AMA Research Symposium (Judging) Downstairs Exhibit Hall C .25 CME Credits
5:15 – 5:45 p.m. Acculturation: Continuous Immersion and Improvement for IMGs Potomac 3/4 .5 CME Credits
6:00 – 6:30 p.m. The more things change: Issues facing senior women physicians Woodrow Wilson D No CME
6:00 – 7:00 p.m. The business of improving workforce diversity Potomac 6 No CME

Sunday, Nov. 11 Sessions

(Note: Times are Eastern)
Time Activity Location CME
2:30 – 4:00 p.m. Busharat Ahmad, MD Leadership Development Program: How to earn an AMA leadership position Potomac 4/5 No CME
3:00 – 5:00 p.m. Litigation Center Open Meeting National Harbor 2/3 1.5 CME Credits

Monday, Nov. 12 Sessions

(Note: Times are Eastern)
Time Activity Location CME
9:30 – 11:00 a.m. Effects of health care payment models on physician practices: Is the U.S. making progress in value-based care models? Chesapeake G/H/I 1.5 CME Credits
9:30 – 11:00 a.m. CEJA open forum - Ethics of providing care abroad National Harbor 10 1.5 CME Credits