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Epic Ambulatory EMR Physician ClassroomTraining for new employees approved for CME/CEU credit.

To register for a training class, contact the Epic Helpdesk at 792-3742.

CME/CEU for EPIC Ambulatory and Epic ASAP Physician ClassroomTraining

If you completed Epic classroom training in the physician courses during the pilot and main training periods but have not received your CME/CEU credit letter,please contact the MUSC Office of CME at cmeoffice@musc.edu or 843-876-1925.

Nurses and Nurse Practitioners who completed the Epic Nurse classroom training should email Kathie Faulkner at faulknek@musc.edu and provide the date and length of training for the session(s) you attended to obtain nursing contact hours.

 

AAFP Prescribed Credit

The American Academy of Family Physicians provided credit approval for EPIC Ambulatory EMR Training, from February 27, 2012 to May 15, 2012. If you completed training during this time period and received a CME credit letter from the MUSC Office of CME, please click here to download the AAFP statement, which should be used in conjunction with your CME credit letter stating AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™.



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The Medical University of South Carolina is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

External Partners
• American Academy of Addiction Psychiatry
• Diabetes Initiative of SC
• OQUIN–Outpatient Quality Improvement

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• SCORxE Academic Detailing Project wit
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  SC College of Pharmacy
• SECME Consortium with CME Offices at

  GHSU and UVA
• SC Pediatric Practice Research Network
• SC Primary Healthcare Association
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• SC DHEC
• SC Initiative for Quality Overweight/Obese
 
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• SC Professional Society on the Abuse of
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• University of SC Office of CME
• SC Medical Association
• SC Hospital Association

MUSC Office of CME
19 Hagood Avenue
Suite 1004, MSC 754
Charleston, SC 29425