NetCE, a TRC Healthcare Brand

Fulfill Your Texas Physician License Requirements with NetCE

Complete AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™

Automatic reporting to boards

Meet your one-time and ongoing Texas mandates

Designed for Texas Physicians

Maintain Texas CME Compliance & Renew Your Physician License

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


MDs and DOs are required 48 hours of CME every two years, 24 of which must be in formal Category 1 courses. The Texas Medical Board defines Category 1 as those courses designated as AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™ or AOA Category 1-A Credit. NetCE courses are designated as AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™.


Medical Ethics and/or Professional Responsibility Course Options

A minimum of 2 formal Category 1 hours must be on the study of medical ethics and/or professional responsibility.
Opioid Safety: Balancing Benefits and Risks - 5 Hours

Medical Ethics for Physicians - 5 Hours
Risk Management - 5 Hours
Suicide Assessment and Prevention - 6 Hours
Domestic and Sexual Violence - 5 Hours
Burnout in Physicians - 5 Hours
Optimizing Opioid Safety and Efficacy - 15 Hours


Pain Management and Opioid Course Options

Licensees who engage in direct patient care or who prescribe, order, or administer opioids and controlled substances, are required two (2) formal Category 1 hours on the following topics. (These 2 hours may count toward the medical ethics and/or professional responsibility requirement.)
Substance Use Disorders and Pain Management: MATE Act Training - 8 AMA PRA Hours
Opioid Safety: Balancing Benefits and Risks - 5 Hours
Pain Management Pearls: Opioids and Culture - 2 Hours
Responsible and Effective Opioid Prescribing - 3 Hours
Fibromyalgia - 3 Hours
Palliative Care and Pain Management at the End of Life - 15 Hours
The Mechanism-Based Approach to Pain Management - 1 Hour
Developing a Safe Opioid Treatment Plan for Managing Chronic Pain - 1 Hour
Assessment and Management of Pain at the End of Life - 2 Hours
The Intersection of Pain and Culture - 5 Hours
 
 
Licensees who provide direct patient care:
Human Trafficking and Exploitation: The Texas Requirement - 5 Hours
 
Licensees who perform forensic examinations on sexual assault survivors:
Sexual Assault - 3 Hours
 
Licensees whose practice includes treating tick-borne diseases:
Animal-Related Health Risks - 15 Hours

Get Design a Deal for Texas 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 Texas Physician License Requirements with High-Quality, Evidence-Based CME

MDs and DOs are required 48 hours of CME every two years, 24 of which must be in formal Category 1 courses. The Texas Medical Board defines Category 1 as those courses designated as AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™ or AOA Category 1-A Credit. NetCE courses are designated as AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™.

Accredited CME for
Texas 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.