Earn up to 4 credits on Jan. 18, 2020. Live event will include Florida’s newly required 1-hour human trafficking course. Register now!
Click here to take an approved online course for Florida-licensed MDs and DOs
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Take the 3-Hour Vaccine Safety CME Online now
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in response to hepatitis A outbreak. Additionally, the Florida Department of Health has launched Floridahealth.gov/hepa to provide resources for the public and healthcare providers.
Take advantage of the FMA’s online CME courses including the new Opioid/Controlled Substance Prescribing course (separate courses for MD/DO, DDS/DMD/DN, DPM, and OD) and other state mandated topics.
State law requires all Florida-licensed physicians (MDs and DOs) and healthcare professionals licensed by the state boards listed here to complete a new, 1-hour CME on Human Trafficking by Jan. 1, 2021.
Register now for the FMA Insurance Summit 2019, November 8, at the Nicholson Center in Orlando. This is your opportunity to get direct answers to questions about claims, click here to learn more.
Our Healthy Living Toolkit is designed to assist you in giving your patients guidance in choosing healthy, nutritious foods and in getting more physical activity into their day. Click here for more info.
Create and print your free Prescription Drug Card and receive savings of up to 75% (discounts average roughly 30%) at national and regional pharmacies.
The all-new FMA Career Center
is a resource for physicians to find job opportunities from Florida’s
premiere healthcare employers. It’s also a one-stop shop for employers
to connect directly with highly qualified physician candidates across
This text-based course addresses the relevant components and rules of
the HB21 bill and satisfies the Florida mandatory training requirements for MD and DO licensees that are DEA-registered prescribers. (NOT FOR PAs or ARNPs)
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