AACME® accreditation has more advantages than can be listed. The following are some of the advantages that organizations around the world can benefit from (but not limited to).

AACME® accreditation:

  • Promotes medical and educational curriculum validity.

  • Improves Professional Development within the health care organization and the community; regionally, and internationally.

  • Assists institutions in identifying their strengths, weaknesses and opportunities through an informed review process.

  • Identifies internal areas of planning and resource allocation within the continuing professional education.

  • Initiates institutions into innovative and modern Medical Education methods of pedagogy.

  • Gives institutions a new sense of direction and identity.

  • Provides the health care organization with reliable information on quality of medical education

  • Promotes intra and inter-institutional

  • Demonstrates the organization’s commitment to excellence in medical education for their physicians and other health care professionals.

  • Recognizes the organization’s compliance with AACME®’s international CME quality standards intended to help achieve the highest level of performance and continuous improvement.

  • Demonstrates interest, determination and commitment to self-improvement.

  • Elevates the organization in stature as the number of AACME® international accredited organizations grows.

  • Facilitates continuous Quality Improvement.

  • Strengthens patient confidence and demonstrates the organization’s commitment to excellence in quality care for the patients, residents or individuals served.

  • Demonstrates accountability to international, regional, and domestic funding agencies and to the public.

  • Demonstrates the institution’s commitment to excellence.

  • Strengthens consumer confidence.

  • Improves staff morale.

  • Recognizes the achievements/innovations of the agency.

  • Facilitates information sharing within the agency and with other public health agencies.

  • Assists agencies in addressing changes in continuing medical education teaching methods.