The CDME demonstrates broad knowledge of the Durable Medical Equipment (DME) industry.
The CDME helps with basic repairs, troubleshooting, and home inspections for DME products like oxygen, transfer systems, enteral supplies, and wound care. Trained and certified DME specialists are highly valued in the DME industry as an assurance to patients and referral sources of professionalism and quality care. The CDME Scope of Practice provides greater detail regarding the role of a BOC Certified DME Specialist.
To become a CDME, you will need to:
Successfully complete the DME specialist candidate exam
Please consult the CDME Certification Process for full details on how to become certified.
Once you have earned CDME credential, you will need to demonstrate your commitment to professional growth by earning continuing education credits. The DME field is dynamic and evolving. Ongoing learning throughout your career is essential to keeping up with the latest technology and process improvements in your profession. You can submit your CEUs online and view your CEU record immediately at MyBOC, your personal web portal.