PRESENT Offers Two Ways to Fulfill Your Training Requirement

A One-Day, Eight-Hour Webinar
OR
On-Demand Lectures Modules

DEA MATE Substance Use Disorders Training Webinar

Required for all renewal and new DEA registrations

Developed and Accredited by AffinityCE,
an ACCME Accredited and DEA-Qualified Provider.

NEW DATE ADDED

Saturday, March 23, 2024, 10AM-7PM EDT

Complete Required DEA Training by DEA Qualified Provider.

COST PER WEBINAR

$149 (Includes Certificate of Completion, 8 CECH/CME Credits, and 2 ABPM MOC Points)
  • Live Streaming 1 Day 8 Hour Webinar Event
  • Login and complete course in 1 day
  • Streams to your computer, tablet or phone using WIFI
  • Receive 2 certificates for 8 hour course, DEA MATE Training, 8 CME Credits and 2 ABPM MOC Points - CLICK HERE for more CME information
  • Certificates are your proof of completion
  • Purchase on PRESENT Podiatry website

ATTENTION FLORIDA DPMs

ALL PRESENT DEA MATE Courses are APPROVED by the Florida Board of Podiatric Medicine and can be easily reported in CE Broker as a Continuing Education Course by a Florida Board of Podiatric Medicine approved provider.

This 8 hour webinar will fulfill your DEA Registration requirement AND you will earn 8 CECH/CME Credits, and 2 ABPM MOC Points once you complete the Attendance Verification Survey on Monday, March 25.

CLICK BELOW TO REGISTER

Saturday, March 23, 2024 - 10:00AM-7:00PM EDT

Once registered you will receive a confirmation with your webinar link from Zoom Support.
REGISTRATION CLOSES AT 9:30 AM EDT ON 3/23/2024

Attendees for the March 23 Webinar will receive the Attendance Verification Survey on Monday, March 25

CLICK HERE for Completion Certificate and CME/CECH Instructions.

If you wish to use a phone or tablet to access a PRESENT conference or webinar, you must be connected to WIFI. We do not recommend and cannot support accessing PRESENT conferences or webinars using a cellular phone connection, especially if you are on the move. A cellular phone connection is good enough for a phone call when you are on the move but not to stream video reliably. We can not guarantee that you will earn CME credit for this event if you try to access it using a cellular phone connection.


WEBINAR AGENDA

    Medication Access and Training Expansion (MATE) Act Training
    Robert G Smith DPM, MSc, RPh, FNAP - Speaker

  • 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM EDT

    1. Tools, Guidelines, and Resources Available for Control Substance and Opioid Prescribing and Monitoring
    2. Patient Education, Patient Control Substance Contracts and Patient Engagement when Prescribing Controlled Substances to Prevent OUD and SUD
    3. Risk Mitigation Strategies for Opioid Prescribing
    4. Medication Assistance Therapy Medications for Substance Use Disorders
  • 2:00 PM to 2:30 PM EDT - Break

  • 2:30 PM to 6:30 PM EDT

    1. Substance Abuse Among Workers
    2. The Evolving Crisis of Medicinals, Poisons, and Contaminants Causing Substance Use Disorders
    3. Treating Pain Within the Shadow of OUD and SUD Medication Treatment
    4. Social Determinates and Cultural Competency With Pain Management and Substance Use Disorder
  • 6:30 PM to 7:00 PM EDT - Q & A Session


On-Demand LECTURE MODULES DEA MATE Substance Use Disorders Training

Required for all renewal and new DEA registrations

Developed and Accredited by AffinityCE,
an ACCME Accredited and DEA-Qualified Provider.

Complete Required DEA Training by DEA Qualified Provider.

  • 8 Module Course in PRESENT Podiatry CME Lecture Hall
  • Complete at your own pace – No deadline
  • Receive 2 certificates for each Module – DEA MATE Training and 8 CME credits including 2 ABPM MOC Points
  • Certificates are your proof of completion
  • Purchase on PRESENT Podiatry website

PACKAGE COST

$99 (Includes Certificate of Completion, 8 CECH/CME Credits, and 2 ABPM MOC Points)

PRESENT provides the required 8 hours of training for all renewal and new DEA registrations On Demand in this package to fulfill your DEA Registration requirement AND you will earn 8 CECH/CME Credits, and 2 ABPM MOC Points once you complete all eight lectures.

CLICK BELOW TO REGISTER


Most Frequently Asked Questions

Q. Who needs to comply?

A. All DEA-registered practitioners, regardless of your scope of practice. The only exception is practitioners that are solely veterinarians. Podiatrists with DEA licenses ARE included in this new requirement.

Q. How do I report compliance?

A. Starting on June 27, 2023, practitioners will need to affirm that they have completed the new training requirement from a DEA-qualified provider by checking a box on their online DEA registration form, whether they are completing their initial registration application or renewing their registration.

Q. What is my deadline for compliance?

A. Your deadline is the date of your next scheduled DEA registration submission—regardless of whether it is an initial registration or a renewal registration—on or after June 27, 2023. This is a one-time training requirement and will not be a part of future registration renewals.

Q. How often are DEA license renewed?

A. DEA licenses are renewed every three years.

Q. How do I satisfy the new DEA training requirement?

A. You have two options:

Option 1.
Participated in a DEA Qualified Training Program

Practitioners can satisfy this training by engaging in a total of eight hours (8) of training on the treatment and management of patients with opioid or other substance use disorders from accredited groups. Some key points regarding this training include:

  • The training can be cumulative across multiple sessions. The eight (8) required hours of training can be provided through different activity formats (eg, live, online, enduring, etc) and do not have to be completed in one session and can be satisfied through a combination of activities.
  • You can claim credit for education already received, ie, Opioid or Pain Management Lectures.
  • Training can occur in various formats, such as classroom settings, seminars at professional society meetings, virtual conferences, webinars and on-demand pre-recorded online lectures.

Option 2.
Board certification or medical school route

Certain groups of practitioners are deemed to have satisfied this training. They include:

  • Practitioners board certified in addiction medicine or addiction psychiatry from recognized boards
  • Practitioners who graduated in good standing from a U.S. medical, dental, physician assistant, or advanced practice nursing school within five years of June 27, 2023, and completed a comprehensive curriculum that included at least eight hours of relevant training.

Bottom Line

Complying with the DEA's new one-time, eight-hour training requirement is essential for all registered practitioners. Ensure that you meet the requirements and continue to provide the best care to your patients with opioid or other substance use disorders.