Continuing Medical Education (CME)

Our CME resources include home-study programs, online courses, and seminars and workshops.

Visit our CME site for courses published in TMLT’s newsletter the Reporter. You may also earn CME credit by reading one of our Case Closed  books, which feature claim studies from malpractice claims. Video and podcast courses are also available.

All courses are available for CME credit and ethics hours. Complete a 2 hour CME course and you may be eligible for a 3% premium discount on your next eligible policy term. You can take two courses for the discount per policy term. Please note, multiple one hour courses may not be combined for discount.

2017 Summer CME Seminar

Better Communication through Improv

At the conclusion of this program, participants should be able to:

  • Apply strategies to deliver a high-quality patient experience by anticipating needs and interacting accordingly; 
  • Describe ways to maximize health information delivery by keeping the patient’s communication style in mind;
  • Identify ways for the healthcare team to function more effectively through increased positivity and rapport; and
  • Discuss methods to increase unity within the practice.

Participants may earn 2 CME credits, 1 ethics credit, and a 3 percent premium discount on their next eligible policy period.

Click on the city and date below to register. A meal is included.

  • Austin, July 8, 2017, Alamo Drafthouse - Slaughter Lane, 5701 W. Slaughter Lane, Austin, TX 78749


We offer courses on a variety of topics, everything from communication and ethics to documentation and EHR best practices, such as:


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Articles offering 2 hour CME credits or more

  • $25 for policyholders
  • $100 for non-policyholders

Videos offering 2 hour CME credits or more

  • $50 for policyholders
  • $100 for non-policyholders

Courses offering 1 CME credit

  • $10 for policyholders
  • $75 for non-policyholders

Spring and Fall Seminars

  • $100 for policyholders
  • $150 for non-policyholders