Medical Treatment Guidelines Training
The Board has released training for new and updated New York Medical Treatment Guidelines (MTGs) which became effective upon the launch of OnBoard: Limited Release Phase Three.
CME credit is temporarily unavailable for the courses. However, providers may access the no CME-credit versions of the courses. Training courses do not require a CourseMill account, unless you are an Impartial Specialist.
If you need assistance with these training courses, please contact the Customer Service Toll-Free Number: (877) 632-4996, Monday through Friday - 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM
Accessing the Training on CourseMill
Medical providers can access the required training modules on the learning management system, CourseMill.
Note for Medical Portal users: When accessing CourseMill for the first time, you will set up a new user account using the same email address you used when signing up for the Medical Portal. On future visits, you may be able to bypass the CourseMill login when signed into the Medical Portal.
Passwords must be a minimum of eight characters, using a combination of upper and lowercase letters, numbers, and at least one of the following special characters: ! @ # $ % ^ & *
See the below instructions for help setting up and managing a CourseMill account, and accessing specific training.
- Medical Portal Users: Creating a CourseMill Account: Instructions for Providers
- Other Users: Creating a CourseMill Account
- Enrolling in a Course
- Completing a Course
- Forgot User ID or Password
- Updating Your User Profile
Training (CME Credits)
Training (No CME Credits)
Medical Treatment Guidelines Courses
New York Medical Treatment Guidelines effective for dates of treatment on or after May 2, 2022.
IMPARTIAL SPECIALISTS: Note that Impartial Specialists are required to complete these programs in the CourseMill learning management system. See the Impartial Specialist Program to access these courses.
For proof of completion of these courses, please print the last page of each program.
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