Candidates for the CUC Pilot must demonstrate their involvement in continuing medical education by documenting 90 CME credits (30 urology focused Category 1 credits and 60 Category 1 or 2 credits) within the three-year period between March 31, 2018 and April 1, 2021. For those participating in the 2021 CUC Pilot, the CME requirement is reduced to 70 total CME credits and 10 of those must be Category 1 Credits. Documentation of the requisite CME hours must be sent to the American Board of Urology office by April 1, 2021.
1 CME credit on opioid prescribing, alternatives to opioids for managing pain, risk and signs of opioid abuse, addiction, and diversion.
6 Cultural Competency CME.
40 AMA Category 1 Credits.
The New Jersey State Board of Medical Examiners requires 100 CME hours every two years, of which 40 must be AMA Category 1 credits and a maximum of 60 can be Category 2 credits. 1 credit related to responsible opioid prescribing, alternatives to opioids for managing pain, risk and signs of opioid abuse, addiction, and diversion. A one-time requirement of six accredited (AMA, AOA, AAFP, COPME) credits for cultural competence is to be completed in addition to the 100 hour requirement for physicians licensed before March 24, 2005. These credits may be included if licensed after this date.