For Members | Education and CME
2% Premium Credit for Completing Law & Medicine CMEs
AMS RRG now offers a 2% premium credit* for four completed hours of CME offered through Law & Medicine. To qualify, the four hours must be completed during the preceding policy period and recorded 45 days prior to renewal. AMS RRG will then automatically apply the credit, which is good for one year. The credit can be reinstated in subsequent years by taking an additional four courses.
Law & Medicine was founded by Victor R. Cotton, MD, JD, a nationally acclaimed speaker and an award winning educator. Dr. Cotton created Law & Medicine’s materials, which incorporate a clinically relevant, pathophysiologic approach. Law & Medicine is recognized by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) and the materials are designated for AMA PRA Category I CreditTM. The material has also been approved for Prescribed Credit by the American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP).
Please visit https://www.lawandmed.com/elearning/amsrrg/courses.php to view the courses and pricing information. For any questions about the premium discount program, call Janet Booker at 866-461-1221 ext. 300.
* Members who receive premium credit for use of
PeriCalm are not eligible for the Law & Medicine CME premium credit
Law & Medicine Office Staff TrainingFor an annual subscription fee of $100, your staff gains unlimited access to Law & Medicine’s training module on improving communications between your office, providers and patients. This audio and slide presentation addresses common areas of practice risk and offers practical guidance for reducing it.
Participating offices will receive appropriate credits.
Click here for more information or to register for this valuable tool for both clinical and non-clinical staff alike.
Free CME Options (These Do Not Qualify for Premium Credit)
AMS RRG has partnered with the Medscape Reference, to offer free, unlimited access to approved CME courses from our website. The Medscape Reference provides comprehensive coverage across more than 30 medical specialties and is composed of more than 6,300 evidence-based and physician-reviewed disease and condition articles, images, procedures, drug monographs, and anatomy articles. Selected articles count for up to 2.5 hours of Category I CME credit.
Please link to the Medscape CME service by clicking here.