Reaching OLA Progress Requirement Offsets Some SA-CME Credits

Reaching OLA Progress Requirement Offsets Some SA-CME Credits

Working on attestations? The good news is that Online Longitudinal Assessment (OLA), a new way to satisfy Part 3 requirements, now helps you meet your Part 2 goals.

When you complete your OLA progress requirement for a particular year, your self-assessment CME (SA-CME) obligations decrease from 25 to 15 for the previous three-year period. The total number of CME credits required (75) remains the same. The decision, which took effect this year, was made by the ABR Board.

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