Flexibility Makes OLA’s First Month A Success

By Irfanullah Haider, MD, MBA I recently finished a series of Online Longitudinal Assessment (OLA) questions and was asked to share my experience after the first month. Logging into the OLA system, I set my practice profile: breast Imaging under diagnostic radiology. Since this is my focus of practice, I did not select more clinical…
By Ram Srinivasan, MD PhD I’m all about simplicity, so when the ABR asked me to write a post about CME for the upcoming MOC attestation deadline, I wanted to make this dead simple. I’ve reduced your CME requirements for the ABR to three steps. Check that you’ve done a total of 75 AMA PRA Category…
Our Online Longitudinal Assessment (OLA) system is nearly a month old. That means an important milestone is coming this weekend. Sunday night marks the end of OLA’s first four weeks for our participating diagnostic radiology (DR) and DR subspecialty diplomates. Since OLA question opportunities expire after 28 days, this weekend will represent the first time…
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