Some OLA Questions Will Offer Extended Response Time in 2020

Online Longitudinal Assessment (OLA), a new way to satisfy MOC Part 3, started this past January for diagnostic radiology diplomates and those maintaining a DR subspecialty certificate. Since then, more than 860,000 OLA questions have been answered.
The ABR has attended major radiology society annual meetings since 2007. In that time, we’ve participated in more than 90 annual meetings and handled more than 7,000 candidate and diplomate inquiries.
Diagnostic radiology diplomates and those maintaining DR subspecialty certificates have answered more than 800,000 Online Longitudinal Assessment (OLA) questions this year. More than 40 percent of participating diplomates have already met their annual progress requirement. OLA, a new way to satisfy Part 3 of Maintenance of Certification (MOC), is widely being accepted as an excellent…
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