Are You Renewal Ready?

Posted in Latest News on June 15, 2016.

Florida health care professionals are required by law to report continuing education (CE) course completion prior to renewing their licenses.

All CE hours must be reported into the continuing education tracking system in order to proceed with license renewal. If CE records are incomplete in the CE tracking system, license renewal will not be permitted. Please report course completion early. Reporting at renewal may cause a delay in your renewal process.

If you have not registered for an account in the CE tracking system, please visit www.FLHealthSource.gov/AYRR. Select “Get Started” and create your CE account. The Basic account allows you to view your course history and report course completion free of charge.

When renewing your license, you will be directed to the Department’s new and improved online services portal, which requires you to register and add your license – even if you have used our system in the past. To assist with this process, the Department offers free informational webinars on the new system. CE webinars specific to the nursing profession are now also available. These webinars are for Registered Nurses and Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioners and will discuss CE requirements and exemptions. To register for one of these webinars, please go towww.FLHealthSource.gov/webinars.

In essence, we hope to communicate a best practices message of “Do Not Delay” in CE reporting or in renewal.

If you have questions or need assistance with reporting please contact the Department of Health at 1-855-410-3344 or email us at MQAReportCE@FLHealth.gov.



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