The mission of the Main Line Health Office of Continuing Medical Education is to advocate and support the continuing professional development of health care professionals. The purpose of Continuing Medical Education is to optimize patient care and maintain and improve physician competency by offering quality learning experiences for physicians. Programs are designed to meet the life-long learning needs of the medical staff, in all disciplines and to enhancing Main Line Health's educational and strategic initiatives.
We hope that this website will give you better insight into Main Line Health's CME program, accreditation requirements set forth by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) and the Pennsylvania Medical Society, and the policies and procedures of the Office of CME regarding the planning and implementation of CME activities.
MediaSite access instructions
MediaSite is the technology we use to record, broadcast and archive meetings in our auditoriums at the hospitals. Physicians can claim AMA Category 2 credit for the time spent viewing activities on MediaSite. Category 2 credit is self-reported.
- Open the following link in Internet Explorer: mediasite.mlhs.org/Mediasite/Catalog/Full/47bf8cf8af2745bb9b91fcd28f99ad5721.
- Sign in using your Main Line Health network login information.
- There will be a CME folder on the left side of the screen, click on it.
- Choose the activity you’d like to view and click on the title to open and view.
Now open for registration
Eleventh Annual Women’s Health Symposium
Saturday, March 7, 2020 | 7:30 am–12:30 pm
Pennypacker Auditorium, Bryn Mawr Hospital, 130 South Bryn Mawr Avenue, Bryn Mawr, PA 19010
New in CME: Requirements regarding opioid CME
The Pennsylvania Medical Society has new requirements for opioid continuing medical education for new licensees and for those wishing to renew their license beginning in the 2017–18 licensure period. There are currently two programs offered by the Pennsylvania Medical Society that will meet these requirements. One of the programs is only open to Pennsylvania Medical Society members, the other is open to everyone. The links to the online courses are listed below.
This activity is open to all:
Addressing PA's opioid crisis: What the health care team needs to know – Includes sessions on opioid prescribing guidelines for non-cancer pain, naloxone, referral to addiction treatment, the Pennsylvania Prescription Drug Monitoring Program (PDMP), and alternatives to opioid therapy.
This activity is for Pennsylvania Medical Society members only:
The use of opioids to treat chronic pain – Includes sessions on interdisciplinary pain, opioid therapy, patient monitoring during care, treatment failure, and managing pain in high risk patients.
Please contact the CME Office with any questions or suggestions as to how we can better meet your needs For more information about conferences and programs, please contact Trish Levy or one of the CME Coordinators listed below:
Main Line Health and Lankenau Medical Center
484.476.2559 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Karen G. Kollias
Bryn Mawr Hospital
484.337.3050 | email@example.com
484.565.1317 | firstname.lastname@example.org
484.227.6433 | email@example.com
MAIN LINE HEALTH NURSES: For CME program information, please go to the Main Line Health nursing department intranet website and search using keyword "CEUs".