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Claim CME Credits

The University of Michigan has a new process to claim CMEs. Please click here to download directions via PDF or see below for directions on claim CME.  Your feedback is very important to us and is required to claim your credits. If you are having issues logging in or creating your account, please contact David Clark.

Create a MiCME Account

  1. Navigate to
  2. Click on SIGN IN MiCME on the Navigation bar
  3. Click the Create a MiCME account link located towards the bottom of the screen
  4. Complete the Create a Profile form, confirm consent, and click Save
  5. The Physician and Provider Identifier screen appears. Choose the profile that matches your name, address, and credentials. If no profile matches, choose Not Listed
  6. Click Submit. If an identifier match was found, part of your profile information will be pre-populated for you.
  7. An account will be created and you will see the Dashboard. Click Profile to create a password and complete your Profile information.
  8. You will receive a confirmation in the email that was entered.
  9. Use the username that is in that email and re-set the temporary password that was given in the email.
  10. The account is now created and you can claim CME credit.


Claim CME Certificate

  1. Once your MiCME account has been created, navigate to your Dashboard on the day of the activity 30 minutes before the activity happens and up to 6 months after.
  2. Click on Add Credits, Print Transcripts & Certificates on the Credit Center card
  3. Scroll to the list of Available Activities to find Activity Title
  4. Click on Claim under the Action column
  5. Click Add Credit
  6. Enter the number of credits you are claiming.
  7. Complete the attestation confirming your attendance. Click the I Attest box and click Next
  8. Complete the meeting evaluation. This is required to claim your credits.

Once the evaluation is completed, scroll down to Awarded Credits. Click Print Certificate. Credits for this meeting, as well as any subsequent CME meetings you attend at the University of Michigan Medical School, will be available here. Should you need proof of these credits at a later time, you can log back into the MiCME website and access/print them at your convenience.


Meeting Summary

ASPIRE Collaborative Meeting Summary


Tory Lacca

Michigan Opioid Prescribing Engagement Network (Michigan OPEN)
Dr. Chad Brummett

Using Machine Learning to Understand Acute Kidney Injury in the Perioperative Setting
Dr. Karandeep Singh

Implementing Blinded Record Index Across ASPIRE
Dr. Sachin Kheterpal

Michigan Society of Anesthesiologists as a Vehicle for Quality Improvement
Dr. Roy Soto

ASPIRE Updates
Kathryn Buehler