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How to Use Omnipath’s Website to Get Nuclear Medicine Continuing Education

Cardinal / Omnipath

$15 / Credit Hour or Less
Cardinal / Omnipath
9

Price

8.8 /10

User Friendliness

9.5 /10

Course Quality

8.0 /10

Speed (Time / Credit Hour)

9.0 /10

Easiness to Pass

9.5 /10

Pros

  • 12 Credit Bundle @ $10.75/hr
  • 24 Credit Bundle @ $8.30/hr
  • VOICE CE's Widely Accepted
  • Searchable PDF of Course Content
  • Friendly, Helpful Customer Service

Cons

  • Course I Took Was a Little Dated
  • Slides w/ Narration - Not Thrilling

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What Cardinal/Omnipath Offers

Cardinal Health sponsors Omnipath.  They have 26 CE credits relevant to nuclear medicine available.

As you can see in the image below, Omnipath offers:

  • $15/credit for 1 course at a time
  • A 12 credit bundle for $129 ($10.75/credit)
  • 24 credit bundle for ($8.30/credit)

Here are some tips from Omnipath’s website:

How to Set Up an Account:

Just click “Join” and follow the prompts:

If you have any questions, they have an FAQ page:

Courses Offered

All the courses they offer are listed in the table below. You can click on any course and it will take you to a page that gives a short description of all the courses.

You’ll have to base your decision on what course to take on those short descriptions. You can’t get any more detailed information unless you’re logged in and have purchased a credit.

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How to Take a Course

Once you’ve signed in & purchased a credit, you can Redeem a Credit for Courses.

This is the course that we’ll walk through:

NOTE: I had to disable my pop-up blocker in order to get the course to launch.

NOTE: I also had to enable flash for the course to launch.

Once I did those things, the course launched & worked fine.

The course was a collection of 29 slides which were also narrated. The slides looked like this:

Important Tip:

On page 2 of every course, you can download a searchable PDF of the course material. This comes in handy later.

You can search the PDF:

The test questions are not too hard, and you can flip back to previous slides while taking it or search your downloaded PDF (press CTRL + F).

You must get 80% to pass, and you can re-take the test at least once.

Here’s your quiz results page:

It might not tell you immediately that you’ve passed… you may need to click on “Edit Profile” and you can get your certificate there:

Then click on the course title to view your actual CE certificate:

There- you earned your credit:

Get Started with Cardinal / Omnipath

Just click here to go to their website.

Cardinal / Omnipath

$15 / Credit Hour or Less
Cardinal / Omnipath
9

Price

8.8 /10

User Friendliness

9.5 /10

Course Quality

8.0 /10

Speed (Time / Credit Hour)

9.0 /10

Easiness to Pass

9.5 /10

Pros

  • 12 Credit Bundle @ $10.75/hr
  • 24 Credit Bundle @ $8.30/hr
  • VOICE CE's Widely Accepted
  • Searchable PDF of Course Content
  • Friendly, Helpful Customer Service

Cons

  • Course I Took Was a Little Dated
  • Slides w/ Narration - Not Thrilling

.

The Ultimate Guide to Online Nuclear Medicine Continuing Education for CNMTs

BE READY when your CEs come due.

Get the Ultimate Guide + 9 Tutorials with step-by-step instructions on how to get your CEs from each online source.

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Jim has been the Technical Director of an IAC Nuclear/PET nuclear cardiology lab for the last 11 years.

He originally developed the NucReporter to keep his own lab's reports 100% ICANL compliant. But his interpreting physicians liked it so much, they encouraged him to commercialize it.

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Jim's vision is a world where Cardiologists breeze through reports & go home earlier, nobody worries about ICANL report compliance or report deficiencies, and all SPECT/PET MPI reports are complete, concise & crystal-clear.

What has your experience been with this CE provider? Do you have any tips, recommendations or warnings?

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