Worksheet Reporting Calendar
Diplomates can check their CM cycle end date and worksheet due date at My Account.
Anyone with a cycle end date of June 30 for 2014, 2015 or 2016 is on the one-time 54 month cycle unless the person has been granted a CM cycle extension or the person initially passed the exam in spring 2011.
|Cycle Duration 1||Passed Exam||Cycle Start/End Dates 2||Submit Worksheet||$100 Late Fee 3||Include Audit Records 4||Last Day to Submit 5|
|54 months||NA||Jan 1 – June 30||Mar 1 – Aug 1||Aug 2 – Nov 1||Oct 1 – Nov 1||Nov 1|
|60 months||Spring||July 1 – June 30||Mar 1 – Aug 1||Aug 2 – Nov 1||Oct 1 – Nov 1||Nov 1|
|60 months||Fall||Jan 1 – Dec 31||Sept 1 – Feb 1||Feb 2 – May 1||Ap 1 – May 1||May 1|
1 Diplomates are normally on a 60 month reporting period that starts with the first CM cycle immediately after passing the exam. In 2011, some Diplomates were placed on a one-time 54 month CM cycle with proportionately reduced requirements.
2 CM credit can only be earned during this time period. If a Diplomate is granted a Cycle Extension, additional time will be allowed for earning CM credit and the Diplomate will receive new instructions.
3 Worksheets received or postmarked during this time period must include a $100 late fee.
4 Worksheets received or postmarked during this time period must include all audit records for all worksheet entries.
5 Worksheets submitted after this day likely will not be processed due to limited time before certificate expiration (decertification).