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AOHC 2024 Encore
The conference recordings from the 2024 American Occupational Health Conference (AOHC) and will be available for purchase until April 1, 2025. Encore includes recordings of the majority of concurrent sessions and general sessions presented at AOHC 2024 in Orlando, FL. Watch and learn from OEM experts across a range of topics relevant to you and your practice.  

AOHC Encore is designed to enhance physician competence by providing learner-centered education on the most current issues relevant to the practice of OEM. These recordings will provide an opportunity to review sessions, enhance your knowledge, and claim up to 86 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM (you can claim credits until June 2027). 

Member Price: $995 ($400 savings!)
Nonmember Price: $1,395  

 
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Utilization Review in Workers’ Compensation
Utilization review (UR) is a process that assesses aspects of a treating provider’s care plans and then provides recommendations to payors/insurance carriers, third party administrators, etc., concerning the appropriateness of the proposed care. UR has become an integral part of medical practice and has influenced medical care within the workers’ compensation (WC) system and is mandated in several states and jurisdictions. This 3-hour online training will discuss quality and value-based standards for UR and UR documentation, guidelines, regulatory issues and resources, documentation needs to support decisions, improve outcomes, and decrease conflicts. It will also review several case examples to apply key processes and documentation.
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ACOEM’s Essentials of Occupational Medicine program will be comprised of 60 individual courses and provides an excellent and comprehensive introduction to the clinical, technical and professional concepts of the field for the non-specialist or new entrant. 


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Designed to present clinically-relevant Self Assessment Review questions for the physician-learner in a “second-order” format that makes connections from toxicology or epidemiology into clinical OM (the current design of the Board exams), this program provides an opportunity to work through and effectively solve “real-world” case-based scenarios.
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Commercial Driver Medical Examiner Online Course
This training course conforms the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration’s (FMCSA) training curriculum modules and topics for the National Registry of Certified Medical Examiners (NRCME) on regulations and guidelines for conducting Commercial Motor Vehicle (CMV) driver medical examinations.
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Medical Review Officer (MRO) Online
The need for trained MROs to evaluate drug and alcohol test results is enormous, and it is estimated that more than 20 million Americans are covered by programs requiring testing. Taking this course qualifies you to sit for the MRO certification exam required by DOT and DHHS and many private companies. The MRO Course is eligible for up to 18.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. The MRO Course with Digital + Print Syllabus is also available.
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This program was developed to supplement on-the-job training and provides advanced practice providers online access to a convenient, comprehensive, foundational OEM learning program. It offers employers of new advance practice providers an onboarding opportunity to provide structured, high quality, evidenced based educational OEM material in a virtual format available in one convenient location. The program will consist of seven modules, each dealing with a different aspect of occupational health practice for the advanced practice provider.
  • Module 1 OEM Policy and Regulatory Essentials
  • Module 2 Workplace Evaluations
  • Module 3 The Worker in the Workplace
  • Module 4 The Infectious Disease Roundtable 
  • Module 5 Clinical Specialty Skills - Worker Health
  • Module 6 Safety and Environmental Impacts 
  • Module 7 The Basic Hazards and Protections

OnlineLearning_Generic.png   Medical Center Occupational Health Basics
The complexity of the health care setting demands that occupational medicine physicians and other providers in medical center occupational health programs acquire a sophisticated and specialized skill set. This includes a comprehensive knowledge of healthcare-specific requirements and standards, as well as practical knowledge of program implementation and organization of services. The course will address principles of immunization and medical surveillance programs, infectious exposure evaluation and emerging infectious threats, management of infected healthcare workers, chemical and radiation hazards, violence in the workplace, wellness and disease management interventions, and OSHA’s approach to hazards in the healthcare industry.

Earn JOEM CME

Each issue of the Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine (JOEM) includes three articles designated for one (1) credit towards the AMA Physician’s Recognition Award (1 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit TM ) for an annual total of 36 hours of credit. 

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