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IMPORTANT NOTICE TO ALL CMELOG.ORG USERS: CMELOG.ORG WILL BE SHUTTING DOWN ON FEB 12, 2018. WE APPRECIATE ALL THE GREAT FEEDBACK AND SUPPORT OF OUR USERS. WE RECOMMEND ALL CURRENT USERS EVALUATE MEDSPOKE.COM AS AN AWESOME ALTERNATIVE TO CMELOG.

Start using cmelog to keep track of your CME credits by emailing your first CME certificate to cme@cmelog.org. You don't have to sign up beforehand to start using.

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Each email submission must include TWO (2) things:

  1. An attachment (the CME certificate)

  2. The number of credits in the subject line

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This is what your continuing medical education dashboard will look like:

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Never worry about an expiring license or certificate again.

✔  Upload your credentials with one click.

✔  Receive automatic email notifications when nearing expiration.

✔  Quickly review expiration dates and license numbers.

✔  Keep a backup in our system.

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— Mark Rosing, DO
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— Ken Starr, MD FACEP
“...What awesome service! I really like the concept and appreciate the fact that this seems to be a pretty easy and free way to track CMEs. I work at a large academic center and we are constantly being asked for our latest trauma and neuro CMEs in order to help them meet their accreditation standards...”
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