Frequently Asked Questions

The CU e-Learning modules are designed for health professionals working in many capacities and at various levels, from newbie front office staff to experienced physicians and other clinicians.

Currently, to register and complete modules, a learner must be associated with one of the organizations contracting with us. This contracting organization provides it’s members with the code needed to complete registration.

Learners associated with an organization or project, such as EvidenceNow Southwest, a residency program, or a physician’s office, should contact their organization for a registration code.  Once you have a code, click on the Register or Get Started links and complete the registration form.

To access Colorado’s State Innovation Model modules, use the registration code SIM. All SIM practice staff, as well as those interested in Behavioral Health Integration and not participating in SIM, are invited to explore and use the modules.

If you are not associated with an affiliated organization or project, please check back in a few months–at which time we plan to have our modules open to individual learners.

Module completion certificate can be printed from the pop-up window that display after you submit the module evaluation.

Alternatively, you are able to print any certificate for completed modules from two locations on your My Account page.

CU e-Learning’s normal hours of operation are Monday through Friday from 8 am to 5 pm, Mountain Time.

If you need assistance or have a question, please contact us via our email. We will respond withn 24 hours on workdays.

Most likely, yes. Most of our e-Learning modules qualify for American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP) Prescribed credits.  Many healthcare professionals, including physicians, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, registered nurses, and registered dietitians, can use AAFP credits for their professional continuing education needs, include Continuing Medical Education (CME) needs.

Modules eligible for continuing education credits are marked with the number of credits that may be earned. Upon completion,  learners will be able to download a certificate of completion, which can be submitted to their governing organization to demonstrate successful participation.

Diplomates with the American Board of Family Medicine may earn credits toward their Knowledge Self-Assessment and Performance Improvement Certification Requirements.

Click here for more details on continuing education credits.

CU e-Learning has worked closely with the American Board of Family Medicine (ABFM) to create modules that meet the learning needs of Diplomates and satistfy requirements for an ABFM Knowledge Self-Assessment (KSA) activity and for Performance Improvement (PI) Certification.

For a brief overview and listing of modules valuable to ABFM Diplomates, click here.