Vermont CME Requirements

Vermont Board of Osteopathic Physicians

At a Glance

30 total hours every 2 years

30 CME (Any).
12 Osteopathic-Related Subjects.

The Vermont Board of Osteopathic Physicians and Surgeons requires 30 CME hours every two years, with a minimum of 12 applied to osteopathic medical education.

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Vermont Board of Medical Practice

At a Glance

30 total hours every 2 years

30 AMA PRA Category 1.
2 Safe and Effective Prescribing of Controlled Substances (Only physicians that prescribe substances).
1 Hospice, Palliative Care, or Pain Management.

Every two years, the Vermont Board of Medical Practice requires 30 AMA PRA Category 1 hours. Of these hours, 1 must be in hospice, palliative care, or pain management. Due to the passage of Act 173, beginning with license renewals due Nov. 2018, all physicians with a DEA number, pending application for a DEA number, or who dispense controlled substances will be required to show they have completed a total of at least 2 hours over the course of the previous 2-year licensing cycle - rather than the current one hour - of continuing education on the topic of prescribing controlled substances.

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