NetCE, a TRC Healthcare Brand

Fulfill Your California Physician License Requirements with NetCE

Complete AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™

Automatic reporting to boards

Meet your one-time and ongoing California mandates

Designed for California Physicians

Maintain California CME Compliance & Renew Your Physician License

NetCE provides a collection of relevant, evidence-based courses to support California Physicians to meet their one-time and ongoing CME requirements. Courses that meet your mandate include:


Effective January 1, 2019, pain management must also include the risks of addiction associated with Schedule II controlled substances. Effective January 1, 2020, physicians have a second option of 12 hours one-time only on the treatment and management of opiate-dependent patients, which includes 8 hours in buprenorphine treatment, or other similar medicinal treatment for opioid use disorders. (CA BPC rules 2806.5 eff 1/1/2019 and 2806.6 eff 1/1/2020)


Pain Management and Treatment of Terminally Ill and Dying Patients (12 hours, one-time only)

Palliative Care and Pain Management at the End of Life - 15 Hours
Assessment and Management of Pain at the End of Life - 2 Hours

Pain Management (12 hours, one-time only)
Opioid Safety: Balancing Benefits and Risks - 5 Hours
Substance Use Disorders and Pain Management: MATE Act Training - 8 Hours
Pain Management Pearls: Opioids and Culture - 2 Hours
Fibromyalgia - 3 Hours
Responsible and Effective Opioid Prescribing - 3 Hours
Neck Pain in Adults - 10 Hours
Optimizing Opioid Safety and Efficacy - 15 Hours
Low Back Pain - 15 Hours

Treatment and Management of Opiate-Dependent Patients (12 hours, one-time only)
Substance Use Disorders and Pain Management: MATE Act Training - 8 Hours
Opioid Use Disorder - 10 Hours

Geriatric Medicine

General internists and family physicians who have a patient population of which over 25 percent of the patients are at least 65 years of age, are to complete at least 20 percent of their mandatory CME in the field of geriatric medicine.


Alzheimer Disease - 15 Hours
Parkinson Disease - 10 Hours
Ischemic Stroke - 10 Hours
Colorectal Cancer - 15 Hours
Anemia in the Elderly – 5 Hours
Falls and Fall Prevention – 3 Hours – NEW!
Osteoporosis: Diagnosis and Management – 5 Hours

X-ray/Fluoroscopy

Physicians who hold a Radiology Supervisor and Operator Certificate, or a Radiography or Dermatology Supervisor and Operator Permit, are required 10 hours regarding the application of x-ray to the human body to renew their certification or permit.


Fluoroscopy Supervisors and Operators are required 10 hours regarding the application of x-ray to the human body, 4 of which must be in radiation safety for the clinical use of Fluoroscopy.


Safe Clinical Use of Fluoroscopy - 10 Hours
A Review of Interventional Radiology - 10 Hours

Get Design a Deal for California Physicians

Build Your Own CME Bundle & Save

Choose any combination of courses and handpick your bundle. This includes state mandates, courses of interest, and more.

Up to 30 Hours for $104

31 to 50 Hours for $149

51 to 100 Hours for $314

Meet Your California Physician License Requirements with High-Quality, Evidence-Based CME

MDs: Required 50 hours of AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™ every two years. The Medical Board of California accepts courses from any provider who is ACCME-accredited and awards AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™.

DOs: 
Effective January 1, 2022, osteopathic physicians are required 50 hours every two years, 20 hours of which must be AOA Category 1A or 1B credit, and a maximum 30 hours of which may be AOA Category 2B credit.* The Osteopathic Medical Board of California accepts courses that are AOA Category 2-B. NetCE courses are considered AOA Category 2-B.

Accredited CME for
California Physicians

In support of improving patient care, NetCE is jointly accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME), the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE), and the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC), to provide continuing education for the healthcare team.