Make U.S. Accreditation Work for You

Accreditation of U.S. medical education programs through the Liaison Committee on Medical Education (LCME) is one of the most important mechanisms available to improve, ensure and demonstrate quality in medical education.

We help schools prepare for LCME accreditation and reaccreditation. We also help medical schools to use accreditation standards coupled with continuous quality improvement as part of their institutional strategy for success. Wherever you are in your accreditation journey, whether just starting on reaccreditation, preparing for a site visit or grappling with challenges, we can help you make accreditation work for your institution.


Thoughtful, ongoing preparation for accreditation leads to positive outcomes. As part of our accreditation consulting we offer services that include preparation for an effective self-study, mid-cycle review, gap analysis, mock site visits and assistance with linking continuous quality improvement to accreditation.

We help institutions prepare for accreditation site visits.  We review documents, interview teams, assess readiness, and provide helpful insights that assist in the accurate and positive presentation of your program.

We also assist programs and schools in creating action plans when they are faced with challenges. Wherever you are on your accreditation journey, we can help.

  • New school development
  • Strategic planning
  • Leadership Development


Medical Education Insights

Healing the healers: A call to action for medical education professionals
As practicing health care professionals know all to well, burnout is nothing new in the health care community. But it is newly in the spotlight, thanks to recent studies on the topic, outreach by advocates in the medical community and...
Read Full Resource

Medical Education Insights

7 Suggestions for a Strong and Effective DCI
Is there any component of the LCME accreditation process that creates more stress for medical accreditation administrators than the DCI? Probably not. And understandably so...
Read Full Resource

Accreditation Resource

Interprofessional health care education and the accreditation process: Good for students, programs and patient care
For decades, we have known that health care is a team sport. The best care draws on the perspectives and expertise of physicians, nurses, pharmacists, respiratory therapists, physical therapists and many other clinicians...
Read Full Resource


Accreditation Support and Medical Education Consulting