If you know what ACCME, ACEHP, CCMEP, PhRMA, OIG, AMA CEJA, FACEHP, SACME, PARS, NCCME, PICME, POC CME, MOC, MOL, IACE, GAME, PPSA, and CMS stand for…you might work in CME.
If you know the occupations of the spouses for everyone on your planning committee…you might work in CME.
If you ask for a $150,000 grant and get a reply email from the grantor saying they are pleased to inform you that your grant request has been approved for $2500…you might work in CME.
If the most common feedback you get on your program evaluations is “The room was too cold” or “The iceberg lettuce was wilted”…you might work in CME.
If you know the difference between “accredited” and “certified”…you might work in CME.
If you understand how to define and measure “competence”…you might work in CME.
If you have nightmare visions of plates of fettuccine alfredo with lemon-pepper chicken…you might work in CME.
If you have ever had to explain to the company you are asking for a six-figure grant from that, no, they can’t give any input, advice or suggestions about the program you would like them to fund…you might work in CME.
If you still get faxed registrations…you might work in CME.
If you know who “Murray” is…you might work in CME.