The Practice Pathway is the mechanism for physicians to meet eligibility requirements for certification in Addiction Medicine without completing an ACGME accredited fellowship program. The Practice Pathway is only open until 2025, so enroll in MI CARES today to find out how we can support you during the application process.
One component of addressing the workforce gap is training medical students in addiction medicine before they go into residency. MI CARES aims to provide an extensive Addiction Medicine curriculum to medical students, through a variety of synchronous and asynchronous learning.
The X-Waiver was abolished by the DEA in January 2023. MI CARES curriculum provides all necessary content areas to meet the new requirements. To enroll in our 8-hour MATE training and receive free CME credits, click here.
The X-Waiver was abolished by the DEA in January 2023. MI CARES curriculum provides all necessary content areas to meet the new DEA requirements for MATE Act Training. This includes an 8-hour training session, certificate of completion, and no-cost CME credits.
Are you an educator interested in bringing Addiction Medicine to your institution?