CERTIFICATES / REPORTING YOUR CME COMPLETION TO THE MEDICAL LICENSING BOARD (MLB)
Once you have successfully completed an activity, you will receive an email from firstname.lastname@example.org containing confirmation of completion and your CME certificate.
Each opioid series course counts toward meeting Indiana’s requirement that all licensed physicians applying for or renewing a Controlled Substances Registration (CSR) must have completed two hours of CME on opioid prescribing and abuse in the previous two years.
If you are a licensed physician making your initial application for a CSR, you will need to submit your certificates of completion for the required two hours of opioid CME to the Medical Licensing Board (MLB) with your application.
If you are a licensed physician renewing a CSR, you will be asked to attest on your CSR renewal application that you have completed the two hours of CME. You do not need to submit certificates of completion to the MLB with your renewal application. Instead, the MLB may audit up to 10% of licensees to ensure compliance, so be sure to retain certificates of completion. The MLB recommends keeping certificates for three years from your CSR expiration date.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
How do I download and install the app?
Select your mobile platform below to view an instructional video on how to access the "ISMA Online" app.
Can I skip ahead through the course video?
The progress tracker bar shows your progress toward completing an activity with a green arrow.
You may skip ahead through the course video; however, if you do, the test questions will not appear. You will be required to return to where you left off to complete the course for credit.
If you need to stop viewing the course midstream, you may return to finish it later. Your course catalog will list courses in progress, along with the percentage completed.
Can I reprint my CME certificate?
Yes. Go to “My Courses: Completed,” and click the “Certificate” button. You will have the option to immediately print the certificate (“ISMA Standard”) or email a copy to yourself (“Email Certificates”).