SNMMI Joint Provider Program

SNMMI Joint Provider Program

The Society of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging (SNMMI) partners with third party organizations to provide accredited continuing education programs to nuclear medicine professionals, including physicians, technologists, pharmacists, and physicists.  Through the Joint Provider program, qualifying non-profits and for-profit entities can have their educational programs reviewed and awarded credit through SNMMI. 

SNMMI accredits continuing education for nuclear medicine technologists through its Verification Of Involvement in Continuing Education (VOICE) system, which is recognized by the ARRT, NMTCB and most licensure states. In certain cases, SNMMI can accredit programs for physicians (AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM) and pharmacists (ACPE credits) through its deemed status with the primary accrediting organizations. SNMMI can also apply for approval for CE credit for physicists via CAMPEP.

To start your application, click here: https://www.snmmilearningcenter.org/CECenter/

o   Please note that in order to begin a new application, credit card payment is required.   If you require other payment arrangements, please contact Education Department Staff at Education@snmmi.org. For current prices, please click on the SNMMI JPP PRICE INFO WEBPAGE: www.snmmi.org/JPPricing

To learn about using SNMMI’s Joint Provider Portal, click here for step-by-step guides:

o   VOICE Only Applications, please click here

o   AMA-PRA, ACPE, or CAMPEP Applications, please click here

To learn more about the Joint Provider Program, contact Education Department Staff at Education@snmmi.org 

To learn more about SNMMI’s Accreditation Information, click here: “SNMMI Accreditation Information

 

- IMPORTANT NOTICE -

Applications for VOICE credit must be submitted with all information correct and complete no less than 30 days prior to a program.

Applications for all other credit types (AMA, ACPE, CAMPEP) must be submitted with all information correct and complete no less than 60 days prior to a program.

Applications submitted with missing information, inconsistent session timing, or poorly written learning objectives will not be accepted for review. Applicants will be required to correct issues before the application is forwarded for review.

Applicants are not permitted to advertise that a program is approved until official documentation is received from SNMMI. For appropriate language which can be used, please contact the Education Department at Education@snmmi.org.