CME INFO

ASAPS Robust CME Tracking System – Greater Control and Accuracy of Credits:
ASAPS No Longer Reporting Credits to ASPS

With the implementation of the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery’s (ASAPS) new technologically-advanced membership and online CME tracking systems, ASAPS will no longer be reporting credits to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS).

The CME tracking system ensures greater security of your CME profile and provides increased control of your CME credits to ensure consistency with the number of credits for programs that are more closely aligned to aesthetic plastic surgery. Advanced features include the ability to:

  • Create multiple credit cycles and date parameters which is useful for licensure in multiple states.
  • Self-report credits for activities not directly or jointly provided by ASAPS.
  • Print a transcript of your CME activities using multiple data filters conveniently at any time.

For programs or activities that ASAPS provides directly or jointly provides with other organizations, your credits will be maintained within the system. You and/or your staff can still self-report credits to ASPS for which you may select to separately report more general plastic surgery CME credits.

ASAPS’s new system enhancements are designed specifically to better assist you in meeting changing credentialing needs.

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