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Frequently Asked Questions

    • How do I sign into AMA Ed Hub?

      If you already have an AMA account, you can use your current login credentials to access the site. Click on the “Sign In” drop down menu located in the upper righthand corner of the home page and follow the subsequent prompts.

      If you do not have an AMA account and need to create one, click on the same “Sign In” menu, select “Create an Account” and follow the subsequent prompts (example below). It is free to create an AMA online account.

    • How do I know if a course is eligible for CME?

      If a course is eligible for CME, the number of credits and the label “CME” will appear above the course title (example below).

    • Where can I see a complete transcript of my courses and credits?

      To access your transcripts, open your account profile dropdown menu located in the upper righthand corner of the main page, and click on “Transcript.”

    • How can I get my organization’s educational activities approved for CME in order to award AMA PRA Category 1 Credit?

      When a nonaccredited organization works with an accredited provider, it is called “joint providership”. The AMA does not participate in joint providership at this time. To identify an accredited CME provider who participates in joint providership, please visit the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) site.

    • How can my organization become an accredited provider of CME?

      If your organization desires to become an accredited CME provider, you need to contact the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) or an ACCME Recognized Accreditor. Please visit the ACCME site to learn more.

    • What type of content does the AMA Ed Hub offer?

      The AMA Ed Hub™ brings together diverse educational offerings on clinical, practice transformation and professionalism. Today, it includes education from JAMA Network™, the AMA’s STEPS Forward™ Practice Transformation series, and other signature AMA content covering such areas as ethics, pain management and health care trends.

      As we strive to deliver impactful, innovative education that helps physicians improve care, the AMA Ed Hub will continue to expand its educational offering.

    • Who can use the AMA Ed Hub?

      The AMA Ed Hub is open to anyone.

    • Is the AMA Ed Hub free?

      Many courses provided by the AMA Ed Hub are free. For instance, all AMA’s STEPSForward modules are provided free of charge along with many other AMA-featured courses.

      The AMA provides additional, members-only, educational activities for a minimal purchase fee. The JAMA Network provides flexible options: some courses can be part of the AMA membership benefit set, others can be available for a minimal purchase fee, and lastly, courses can be available at an annual subscription rate. Physicians and physicians-in-training with an active AMA membership can access all courses provided by the AMA Ed Hub.

    • Can I take courses on my mobile device?

      Yes. The AMA Ed Hub allows optimal viewing, navigation and functionality of all its features. Automatic transcript reporting occurs on all devices, including tablets and mobile phones.

    • Who can provide education in the AMA Ed Hub?

      AMA Ed Hub will continue to evolve as we strive to deliver impactful, innovative education that helps physicians improve care. If you are an education content provider and are interested in featuring your education in the hub, contact AMAEdHubcontentpartners@ama-assn.org.

    • Important Sales Tax Information

      AMA is required by law to collect sales tax on orders shipped to states where AMA has economic nexus. If you are shipping to any of these states, the appropriate charges will be added to your total order and displayed on your final order confirmation.

      For states imposing sales or use taxes, your purchase is subject to use tax unless it is specifically exempt from taxation. Your purchase is not exempt merely because it is made over the Internet or by other remote means. Some states require each purchaser to report any taxable purchase that was not taxed and to pay use tax on the purchase. The tax may be reported and paid on the state’s individual income tax return or consumer use tax return. Details of how to file these returns may be found at the websites of your respective taxing authorities.

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