Question: What about when MedBridge has already submitted to ASHA for the month the course was completed?
Answer: Our Accreditation team's recommendation moving forward is to print out the certificates for these courses and keep them on file for your records rather than submitting an appeal. This is because the appeals process is as bit complicated and the process is intended more for SLPs who have "changed their mind" with regards to having their CEU providers submit on their behalf.
We understand that as an SLP you'd like to see all of your CEUs reported. ASHA has assured us that if you have less than 30 hours reported, but have completed the needed 30 hours, they will not have an issue as long as you can produce the certificate confirming you have completed the hours.
If you are selected for an ASHA Maintenance Audit, you will simply need to provide the certificates mentioned above. The maintenance audit participants are randomly selected, so SLPs are not more likely to be audited if they are missing the 30 hours in the transcript.
Here is a link to more information on this process: https://www.asha.org/