Suburban Health Organization (SHO) achieves Indiana State Medical Association (ISMA) reaccreditation with commendation as a Continuing Medical Education (CME) provider. ISMA is a recognized provider of accreditation through the ACCME® to organizations in Indiana offering CME programs. SHO’s CME program was initially accredited in 2015 and currently is accredited through June 2023. To achieve accreditation with commendation, SHO had to demonstrate compliance with all 22 ACCME/ISMA criteria.
The program is designed to serve the professional and educational needs of physicians to promote life-long learning and practice improvement opportunities, and to be responsive to the health care environment. SHO’s CME program promotes partnerships with other multi-disciplinary health care providers, stakeholders, trade associations, and government representatives to foster a strategic alliance in quality initiatives to strengthen leadership, collaboration, and system-wide change within SHO’s network of hospitals, affiliated physicians, and the community.
SHO offers live, webinar, online, and performance improvement CME activities. SHO’s CME activities are available for physicians and allied health professionals at all SHO member hospitals. Activities, such as medical staff educational meetings and cancer conferences, are located at the following hospitals:
- Hancock Health
- Hendricks Regional Health
- Henry Community Health
- Johnson Memorial Health
- Major Health Partners
- Margaret Mary Health
- Rush Memorial Hospital
- Witham Health Services
Information about specific CME events currently scheduled at the hospitals and information about scheduling a CME event is available upon request by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org.
SHO has collaborated with health care stakeholders, such as the Indiana State Department of Health, Indiana Blood Center, the National Rural Accountable Care Consortium. Jointly provided CME opportunities are available by contacting email@example.com.