OLA Prelaunch Starts Next Month for IR, MP, and RO Diplomates

Interventional radiology, medical physics, and radiation oncology diplomates will have the opportunity to test drive Online Longitudinal Assessment (OLA) starting next month. OLA, a new way to satisfy Part 3 of Maintenance of Certification (MOC), will be available for practice during a prelaunch for those three disciplines beginning November 4.
In the past few decades, interventional radiology (IR) has evolved from a last-resort palliative treatment option to becoming a therapeutic paradigm and integral part of medicine, treating and often curing a multitude of pathologic conditions.
Are you a “prepper”? This does not have to mean “Do you have a stockpile of cans and dry goods?” By the nature of your reading this blog, you are a “prepper” for academic hurdles, the successful clearance of which has paid dividends of educational and professional success for you.
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