CME Fee Policy

CME will bill all activities for the following fees, as they relate to your activity. An invoice will be generated and emailed along with the certificates to the activity’s Administrative Contact after the Post Activity report is approved.

What do your CME fees go toward?

Managing and monitoring your CME activity, as it relates to ACCME standards and criteria for accreditation and the University of Illinois College of Medicine’s policy for CME.

To be an accredited CME provider, the CME office has to follow ACCME guidelines and reporting requirements. Our application and reporting forms are written so that it complies with ACCME standards for a CME activity. The questions on the application and reporting forms act as a tool which guide you through the reporting requirements for your activity. This information is reviewed and recorded by the CME office then reported to the ACCME annually.

Specifically, your CME fees contribute toward:

-Office  review of the proposal, pre- and post- committee meetings
-Processing of the proposal for committee meetings and post committee meetings
-Committee review of the proposal
-Monitoring the activity to ensure compliance through review of the Session Reports and Post Activity Reports
-Data entry and creation of certificates for the activity
-Customer support for questions regarding the activity, pre- and post- approval
-ACCME training for staff
-Committee training
-Retreats for development of the CME program

Certificate fee
If registration fee is charged:
$15 per person requesting a CME certificate will be charged from an activity that
charged a registration fee.

If no registration fee is charged: Only non-UIC affiliated persons will be charged $15 per CME certificate that is

Commercial Support fee
5% of any funds received from Commercial Supporters (i.e. Pharmaceutical, Device Manufacturers, Bio-Technology companies).
​​When making your grant requests, please take this into consideration and reflect this in your budget.

Exhibitor fee
5% of any funds received for rental of space in order for a Pharmaceutical, Device Manufacturers, or Bio-Technology company to exhibit any marketing or sales materials.
​Permission for exhibitions pending review by the CME office to ensure compliance with the Standards for Commercial Support, set forth by the ACCME.

Joint Provider fee
$500.00 flat fee for any jointly-provided activity.

Please take these fees into consideration as you plan your activity. Also, be sure to reflect these expenses in the “Budget Details” section of your Curricular Planner and the Post Activity Report.
CME Fee policy.pdf


What Do These Fees Go Toward?

Information about ongoing and future activities approved by University of Illinois at Chicago, College of Medicine, Continuing Medical Education (CME) Program.

CME Activity Calendar

Current CME Activities List_thru_May 2017.xlsx