New Year Brings New Features to OLA

The New Year has arrived and with it comes improvements to Online Longitudinal Assessment (OLA) for continuing and new participants. Enhancements include: Diplomates certified in diagnostic radiology have the option to include emergency radiology in their practice profiles. Profiles can be changed on the OLA site by clicking “Edit” under the practice profile section on…
Online Longitudinal Assessment (OLA), a new way to satisfy Part 3 of Maintenance of Certification (MOC), starts for some diplomates and continues for others next Monday. Interventional radiologists, medical physicists, and radiation oncologists begin their OLA activities next week. Diagnostic radiologists and those who hold DR subspecialty certificates started OLA this past January and will…
By Vincent P. Mathews, MD, ABR President-elect Over the past year, many conversations that American Board of Radiology staff and volunteers have had with diplomates have concerned Online Longitudinal Assessment (OLA). Not surprisingly, that was also the case during the RSNA Annual Meeting, with its more than 50,000 radiology professionals and vendors in attendance. OLA…
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