Manages and coordinates educational activities certified for CME credit. Program management work will be full cycle, beginning with needs assessment, proposal review, and carrying through post-activity outcomes and grant reconciliation.
Collaborates with other AGA staff to ensure appropriate compliance and documentation occur within the confines of ACCME requirements, and to constructively interface with web-based platforms and initiatives.
Ensures CME and CE compliance through regular file audits, monitoring and maintaining documentation for ACCME and external accrediting bodies such as AANP and AAPA.
Monitors changes within the CME landscape to inform internal policies and standard operating procedures for compliance. Participate in professional education for CME providers.
Coordinates the quadrennial ACCME accreditation renewal process including compiling the self-study report and evidence of performance in practice for activities selected for review by ACCME.
Executes additional projects commensurate with position and qualifications.
Bachelor’s degree, preferably in education or health-related field.
Experience in healthcare, education or non-profit industries.
Experience in writing grants, needs assessments, and outcome reports.
The American Gastroenterological Association (AGA) is a society of physicians, surgeons, scientists and other individuals within the healthcare community who have a demonstrated and continued interest in the functions and disorders of the digestive system. Founded in 1897, the AGA is the oldest non-profit specialty medical society in the country. With more than 13,000 domestic and international members, the AGA is the largest GI society in the United States and among the largest GI societies in the world. AGA membership encompasses a rich and diverse constituency representing every facet of gastroenterology practice, research and education.