For CME Course Providers Seeking CME Credit in the State of Ohio
To have a course approved for Podiatric continuing education credit in Ohio, please complete the application with all required information.
If you have questions please contact Luci Ridolfo, CAE at 614-457-6269 or firstname.lastname@example.org
State Medical Board of Ohio | CE Renewal
Category I and II Requirements
Effective October 17, 2019, Ohio’s continuing medical education (CME) requirements for physicians changed. The following information is offered to assist licensees in preparing to meet the new requirements.
- Physicians with renewal dates of April 1, 2020 and beyond are expected to complete 50 hours of Category 1
- Completion of Category 2 CME will not count towards meeting the CME requirements for renewal.
- Ohio MDs, DOs, and DPMs will need to complete a total of 50 hours Category 1 CME every two years to be eligible for license renewal.
- Previously, physicians were required to complete a total of 100 hours, of which 40 needed to be Category 1.
- The amount of continuing education hours a physician may earn providing health care services as a volunteer was reduced to three hours
Duty to Report - State Medical Board of Ohio
Effective May 31, 2021, physicians (MDs, DOs and DPMs) are required to complete one hour of Continuing Medical Education (CME) on the topic of a licensee’s duty to report misconduct, with enforcement to commence with renewal or reinstatement applications submitted on or after July 1, 2021.
The board has created a one-hour course designed to educate physicians on the duty to report to the State Medical Board of Ohio. It features a nationally renowned psychiatrist, dedicated board member, board staff and a patient’s experience with failure to report.
The video is divided into three distinct sections: duty to report, sexual misconduct and how to report. At the end of each section, you will have the opportunity to evaluate what you learned through a review of questions and answers. A certificate of completion will be provided from the state medical board. It can either be printed or screenshot for your records. As with all CME, records of completion should be kept in accordance with rule 4731-10-08.
The below courses have been approved by the Continuing Education Committee of OHFAMA as approved by the Ohio State Medical Board and State Legislature:
- 2023 Approved CME Courses (updated 10/25/2023)
- 2022 Approved CME Courses (updated 02/03/2023)
- 2021 Approved CME Courses (updated 08/24/2022)
- 2020 Approved CME Courses (updated 08/24/2022)
- 2019 Approved CME Courses (updated 08/24/2022)
- 2018 Approved CME Courses (updated 07/02/2019)
- 2017 Approved CME Courses (updated 03/21/2019)
- 2016 Approved CME Courses (updated 01/31/2018)
- 2015 Approved CME Courses (updated 4/28/2016)
- 2014 Approved CME Courses (updated 02/25/2015)
- 2013 Approved CME Courses (updated 09/08/2014)
- 2012 Approved CME Courses (updated 07/14/2016)
- 2011 Approved CME Courses (updated 12/20/2012)
- 2010 Approved CME Courses (updated 3/24/2011)
- 2009 Approved CME Courses (updated 3/24/2011)
Please Note: Registration and payment for OHFAMA/OFAMF-sponsored programs do not automatically result in the issuance of any CME credits. By utilizing the sponsor's method of attendance verification, the attendee attests that he or she has attended the program for the number of CME hours awarded. If you have questions regarding this policy, please contact the OHFAMA/OFAMF.