It’s Not Too Late to Start or Resume OLA Participation

It’s Not Too Late to Start or Resume OLA Participation

Online Longitudinal Assessment (OLA), the new way to satisfy MOC Part 3, started this past January for diagnostic radiology diplomates and those maintaining a DR subspecialty certificate. While the system allows substantial flexibility regarding when diplomates answer questions, anyone who hasn’t started participating or began and stopped should log in as soon as possible to avoid missing opportunities to meet his or her annual OLA progress requirement.

 

Online Longitudinal Assessment (OLA), the new way to satisfy MOC Part 3, started this past January for diagnostic radiology diplomates and those maintaining a DR subspecialty certificate. While the system allows substantial flexibility regarding when diplomates answer questions, anyone who hasn’t started participating or began and stopped should log in as soon as possible to avoid missing opportunities to meet his or her annual OLA progress requirement.

 

Click here for more information or visit the OLA page to get started. Please use a desktop computer, laptop, or tablet when answering questions. Because the assessment is image-driven, cell phones don’t provide optimal results.

 

Interventional radiology, medical physics, and radiation oncology diplomates start OLA this coming January. A practice period will begin in November.

 

Anyone with questions should contact our Personal Certification Advisors at information@theabr.org. We also have posted a recently recorded OLA webinar on our YouTube page.

 

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