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ALERT: Covid-19 Recertification Grace Period Ends June 30, 2024

Submit your recertification application before the Covid-19 grace period for recertification ends. Deadlines for applications is April 1, 2024. If you are past due for recertification, submit your application before the grace period ends on June 30, 2024 or you will lose your CMD credential.

 

CMD Recertification & Reinstatement

Recertification is due every six years.

Recertification/Reinstatement Education Eligibility During Covid-19 Crisis

  • Documentation of 60 clinical CME credits within the last six years (may come from self-study during Covid-19 crisis)
  • Documentation of 60 management CME credits within the last six years (may come from self-study during to Covid-19 crisis). A minimum of 30 credits must come from pre-approved CMD credits

Clinical Education credit hours are AMA PRA Category 1, credits, AAFP-approved, or AOA-approved credits on topics such as diabetes, stroke, pressure ulcers, falls, hypertension, dementia, or other clinical issues seen in your long-term care patient population.

Management Education credit hours can come from such topics as billing and coding, communications with patients and staff, ethics, and risk management. Management topics related to the management and leadership responsibilities in your post-acute and long-term care settings may be submitted for consideration.

In need of additional AMPLM pre-approved education to meet recertification/reinstatement requirements? Check out AMDA's continuing education.

Recertification Fee

Member: $400
Non-Member: $500