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Fluoro CME Training and Education

FluoroSafety provides online Fluoro CME courses for physicians and medical professionals. Our courses have been approved for up to 10.5 hours of AMA PRA Category 1 CME ™ credit. This fulfills the requirements of several states including Radiation Safety Awareness Training in Texas and renewal requirements for a fluoroscopy Supervisor and Operator permit in California.

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As enduring activities approved for AMA PRA Category 1 CME ™ credit, our courses may be eligible for up to 10.5 hours of self assessment CME (SA-CME), as required for Maintenance of Certification (MOC) by members of the American Board of Medical Specialties (ABMS), including the American Board of Radiology (ABR).

What makes FluoroSafety CME training programs unique?

  • Created by physicians and medical physicists for physicians
  • Peer reviewed by physicians not technologists
  • CME credit provided through a joint sponsorship with MD Anderson Cancer Center
  • Award winning and effective content
  • The longest running and most advanced comprehensive fluoroscopy safety course

FluoroSafety CME courses are focused on ease of access, supporting mobile devices, interactive and engaging content, and effective instruction.  Our courses accomplish these goals and we are confident that you will have an excellent experience, and your patients will benefit as well.  This peer-reviewed study showed a significant decrease in patient dose after physicians took our Advanced Training Program.


 ABIM to use ACCME PARS system to register MOC activities

Great news!  ABIM diplomates will soon be able to claim MOC credit for completing high quality educational activities developed by FluoroSafety.

For the last couple of years ABIM has struggled to find a way to approve educational activities developed outside their organization for inclusion in the MOC program for their diplomates.  It was announced today that ABIM will now use the PARS reporting system from ACCME to register and track these activities.  More information at http://www.accme.org/news-publications/news/american-board-internal-medicine-and-accreditation-council-continuing-medical

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