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This conference is designed to provide primary care practitioners with up-to-date, evidence-based information on commonly encountered Infectious Diseases medical issues. Teaching greater awareness of the true signs, symptoms, and risk factors for Infectious Diseases. CME Conference Nov 5-7, 2015 Grand Cayman Island.
Our presenting national faculty speakers made it their professional goals to enhance the training of primary care healthcare professionals. This Continuing Medical Education program promises to help learn the most current, best medicine, and techniques for making the diagnosis easier and quicker during a 20 minute office visit. CME Conference Oct 16-18, 2015 in New Orleans, LA.
Healthy Eating Healthy Living
How much does our lifestyle contribute to illness and disability? And what is precisely a healthy lifestyle? This program will assist healthcare professionals in improving their knowledge of nutritional choices and lifestyle modification. Be a role model to your patients. CME Conference Oct 9-11, 2015 in Charleston, SC.
About MCE Conferences
MCE Conference's Continuing Medical Education programs are designed for the healthcare professionals who would like to combine family vacation time with quality Medical Conferences. MCE Conferences CME destinations provide the solutions for our fast pace lifestyle.
Healthcare professionals and their families can get a quality vacation in various medical meetings destinations at a great price. There are a variety of activities available for everyone, including supervised children's programs. What a great way to combine quality family time and travel with quality medical seminars.
We are sure that you will not find a better way to have fun, while attending a continuing medical education conference.
Healthcare professionals from all over the world including the USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Saudi Arabia, Dubai and India attend our medical CME conferences.
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MCE Conferences proactively solicits feedback from CME program attendees. Our goal is to ensure that every conference provides an exceptional experience for our participants and their families. Over the last couple of years, we received requests from attendees to organize CME seminars in Europe or on cruise ships. While we have considered the allure that offering such destinations can have, we believe that part of the premium service we provide includes the peace of mind that comes with avoiding raising red flags with the IRS.
Healthcare providers could be in for a surprise when seeking to deduct expenses for continuing medical education seminars, medical conventions and meetings being held outside the North American Area. The IRS has specific requirements when it comes to attending continuing medical education conferences in these locations and, while there are many courses offered in such places, not all CME seminars are created equally.
To ensure against sending the IRS an unnecessary red flag saying, "audit me," take a moment to check your answers to some of the most common questions posed by the IRS. Below is a brief but effective checklist:
1) Does the CME seminar being held outside the North American area meet the "Reasonableness Test?" The IRS will take into account the following factors to determine whether the continuing medical education seminar you chose meets its criteria for reasonableness:
- The purpose of the meeting and its activities
- The purpose of the sponsoring organization or group and its activities
- The homes of the sponsoring organizations' active members, along with the places at which other meetings they provide have been held or will be held
- Other factors you believe to be relevant
2) Is the CME seminar or other medical event being held on a cruise ship? All ships that sail are considered cruise ships. The IRS will allow a deduction of expenses up to $2,000 per year for attending conventions or similar events on cruise ships, provided they meet the following requirements:
- It must be directly related to your trade or business
- All ports of call are located in the United States or in its possessions
- The vessel itself must be registered in the U.S.
- A written attachment to your tax return that is signed by you that identifies the total number of days of the trip (not including days of transportation to/from the cruise ship port), a program identifying the scheduled business activities of the meeting, seminar, or convention, along with the number of hours each day that you devoted to them.
- A written attachment to your tax return that is signed by an officer of the organization or group that sponsored the meeting that verifies the business activities of each day of the meeting and the number of hours you attended those scheduled activities.
Once you are sure these requirements are met, be certain that you also satisfy the IRS's more general rules for deducting expenses related to business trips outside the United States North American Area. For more information CLICK HERE
MCE Conferences looks forward to answering any questions you may have and continuing to provide primary care healthcare professionals with the highest standards in continuing medical education programs at beautiful family-friendly destinations in the North American Area.
The North American Area includes the following locations CLICK HERE
“MCE Conferences really knows how to put a CME conference together! The staff is always super, the topics are well-selected, and the speakers are very effective. The speakers’ presentations at this conference were organized, concise, and devoid of useless factoids or intros. This is my second MCE conference, and I will definitely be attending more!”
Rhonda Grey, FNP-C
“The program that I attended with MCE Conferences was the model of a perfect conference. It had great speakers, great content, and was held at an amazing location. I contacted MCE by phone a few times, and each time the staff was courteous and prompt in answering my questions and taking care of all my conference arrangements.”
Gregory McCormack, DO
The procedures established for conducting CME activities at your institution are exemplary. You are in total compliance with current regulations governing CME.
American Academy of Family Physicians Accreditation Department
“This program had awesome and engaging speakers that were very knowledgeable and open to questions. Thank you MCE for putting together another excellent program and for choosing a terrific venue for learning.”
Joseph Ceriscoe, MD