As of June 27, 2023, the Federal Medication Access and Training Expansion (MATE) Act mandates practitioners to confirm completion of a new training requirement (8-hours of education related to substance use disorder management) by checking a box on their online DEA registration form. This applies to both initial registration applications and renewal. Stanford Medicine provides CME activities that meet the DEA-MATE requirement, covering safe opioid prescribing and management, compassionate care, addiction management, and other related topics. The training is tailored to different provider groups, making it more relevant to their needs. Learners can complete the activities at their own pace and in any combination to fulfill their eight-hour training requirement.
New Modules Available!
We are excited to announce that our brand new modules tailored specifically to meet the requirements of Substance Use Disorder (SUD) training are now available. These modules are designed to provide comprehensive and up-to-date information on this important topic. As a benefit to our community, Stanford Clinicians and Affiliates are eligible to enroll in these modules at no cost with the registration comp code.