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Constructing an Adaptive Care Model for the Management of Disease-Related Symptoms Throughout the Course of Multiple Sclerosis

Overview of PI CME Activity

This initiative is designed for clinicians working in multiple sclerosis (MS) centers who manage patients with MS-related symptoms.

Participation (This activity is now complete. Please click on the Toolkit tab for additional resources.)

Participation is open to physicians and other healthcare professionals from MS centers that have been identified for partnership with Purdue University and ACHL. If your center is interested in participating in this or another PI CME activity, please contact ACHL at support@achlpicme.org for more information.

About PI CME

Performance Improvement Continuing Medical Education (PI CME) is a structured, long-term process by which a physician or group of physicians learn about specific performance measures, assess their practice using selected measures, implement interventions to improve their practice, and then reassess the practice after an interval of time.

PI CME has been recognized as an important component of continuing professional development and may answer multiple credentialing and reporting needs. Physicians can earn 5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ for completion of each stage of a PI CME activity, or 20 credits for completion of all three stages. Nurses, physician assistants, and other healthcare professionals should check with their respective boards/agencies to confirm that the credits can be used towards licensure or CE requirements.



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