upcoming MMA Webinar: understanding mate act dea requirements
June 5, 2023
Join the Montana Medical Association and Thomas Sullivan, Senior Vice President of Clinical Care Options, in a discussion about the Drug Enforcement Agency Medication Access Training Expansion Act that takes effect June 27, 2023, for all health care professionals with a DEA License. Learn what the Act requires and what you need to do to meet the requirements.
When: Thursday, June 22, 7 p.m. – 8 p.m. MST
Topic: Understanding the DEA MATE Act Requirement
Speaker: Thomas Sullivan, Senior Vice President, Clinical Care Options
Register in advance for this meeting here:
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1. Describe the Drug Enforcement Agency's Medication Access and Training Expansion Act (MATE Act) and the requirements for licensed professionals.
2. Describe the resources developed by Clinical Care Options and the Missouri State Medical Association that will satisfy the one-time required education.
More about Mr. Sullivan:
Thomas Sullivan is an accomplished leader in the continuing education industry with over 25 years of experience in designing and developing clinically relevant education programs. Currently the Senior Vice President at Clinical Care Options, Mr. Sullivan spearheads their efforts in regional association relationships and paid continuing education programs. Mr. Sullivan's expertise and reputation stem from his focus on policy and compliance issues. He is the editor and author of the website Policy and Medicine (www.policymed.com), which provides in-depth coverage on regulatory and compliance matters affecting the pharmaceutical and device industry. Prior to joining CCO, Mr. Sullivan founded Rockpointe a leading continuing medical education company in 1995, which was subsequently acquired by Clinical Education Alliance in 2022.
The Montana Medical Association is offering courses to meet the MATE Act DEA requirements which are available on the MMA website with various discounts for both members and nonmembers. The course will satisfy the 8-hour course required for DEA licensure registration and renewal. The course will be available in multiple formats (online on demand, slides and audio, slides and descriptions, and live webinars. Credit includes AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™, AAFP, AANP, and AAPA, MOC Credit for Board Certification, and MIPS Improvement Activity.