1. Providers should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of time they spend in each course. Courses with multiple components are designed to fulfill the ACCME credit requirements, if all components are completed.
  2. The vast majority of providers will have used the MGB (EthosCE) learning management system (e.g. Grand Rounds, etc.) and will go directly to a course when clicking the link for that course. If you have never been on this system, when you first register for one of the courses, you will be prompted to click the 'login' link. That will take you to a page where you have to click the 'Mass General Brigham Employee Login' button to take you to the course.
  3. If you have already taken Optimizing the Care of Patients with Alzheimer's, Related Dementias, and Delirium as part of the MGPO Quality Incentive Program or Buprenorphine 101: The Basics of Initiating & Managing Opioid Use Disorder Treatment with Medication (Archived 2.0), you do not have to take these courses as listed on this licensing site. If you need to check whether you have taken the course, click on the course link & then the 'Certificate' tab. If you see a certificate to download, you have taken the course previously & claimed credit. 
  4. Risk Management:
    • ​The following courses on this site are eligible for fulfilling your requirement of 10 Risk Management credits per license cycle:
      • Electronic Health Records (3.00 credits, one-time requirement)
      • End-of-Life Care (2.00 credits, one-time requirement)
      • Implicit Bias Training (2.00 credits, one-time requirement)
      • Opioid Education & Pain Management (3.00 credits, continuing requirement every 2 years)
      • Reading the Board Regulations at 243 CMR 1.00-5.00​​​​​​ (2.00 credits, continuing requirement every 2 years)
    • Up to 7 credits in physician wellness or physician burnout may be applied towards the Risk Management requirement. This site offers 8 modules: Spaulding Rehabilitation Network Improving Provider Health & Happiness. If you are deficient in 1 or more Risk Management credit(s), you can take the number you need to complete your requirement.