About Us


The primary mission of the PeerPoint Medical Education Institute, LLC, (PeerPoint) is assist our Joint Providership partners in the design, implementation and execution of accredited medical education that may improve patient outcomes through high quality, innovative, and needs-based initiatives that enhance the delivery of health care.


PeerPoint has had full provider accreditation status from the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) since 2001. In 2016, PeerPoint received a 6-year Accreditation with Commendation term.


PeerPoint Medical Education Institute, LLC (PeerPoint), a provider of Joint Providership to medical education providers to accredit Continuing Medical Education (CME) to health care professionals. PeerPoint been an independent company, with its’ origins as a part of Med•Point Communications, Inc. In 2012, PeerPoint was acquired by new partners.

Originally founded in 1990 as a privately held medical communications company, which was focused on providing medical education services to the health care providers. CME was initially offered through a division titled of the original company as a non-accredited, joint sponsor of CME activities. Then in 1999, the company achieved provisional accreditation (2-years) by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) accreditation status and then, in 2001, attained full accreditation status (4-years) as an ACCME provider. In 2010, PeerPoint was awarded Accreditation with Commendation due to programming efforts.

The new partnership that acquired PeerPoint in 2012 not only has over a dozen years of experience in medical education, but also includes individuals with over 35 years combined in entrepreneurship, business management and operations and project management. The objective of the new ownership is to maintain and increase PeerPoint’s professional accomplishments in continuing medical education, while leveraging operational and project management experience to increase quality an efficiency of operations.