Where are WILM courses held?
Courses are held in the San Francisco Bay Area, typically nearby the San Francisco International Airport or within downtown San Francisco, depending on the number of registrants. Call for details and for help booking nearby hotels.
Why are your courses useful to me?
WILM’s courses teach practical and useful skills that every clinician must know in today’s litigation prone medical practice environment. The techniques you will learn in WILM courses are not taught in medical school or internship/residency training programs. The skills you will learn are guaranteed to make you a safer medical practitioner. Your liability risk will be reduced if you implement the information and techniques you learn into your everyday practice
Can I submit my records online?
First, redact all identifying patient information and then fax to (650)212-4905 or email scanned records to Administrator@WILM-Ed.org
What is the cost of a WILM course?
Prescribing Practices and Management of Substance Abusing Patients provides 19 CME Hours and tuition is $1649. Medical Record Keeping provides 17 CME Hours and the tuition is $949. There is a 10% discount if you sign up at least 30 days ahead of the scheduled course. There are group discounts available. Please call (650)212-4904 for details.
What do I need to do to prepare my medical records for submission?
You must first redact all identifying patient information. Click here for details
Are there refunds for courses?
Refunds are only allowed if notice of cancellation is received 14 days prior to the scheduled course. We will always try and reschedule you for future courses if things come up. Please call us at (650)212-4904 to discuss your options
What if I have been ordered by the Medical Board or Hospital to fulfill a course as part of my probation?
After completing your CME course, WILM will provide you with all the necessary documentation that you need to show to your Medical Board probation officer.
Do your courses meet the California Medical Board’s Probation Requirements?
Yes. WILM’s CME courses are accepted by the Medical Board of California as meeting the coursework requirements for probation. Click here to view a list of courses accepted by the California Medical Board as meeting the requirements of probation on the topic of Medical Record Keeping. Click here to view a list of courses accepted by the California Medical Board as meeting the requirements of probation on the topic of Prescribing Practices and Management of Pain and Substance Use Disorder.