The Registry of Approved Continuing Education (RACE) announced on June 1st that GlobalVetLINK (GVL) has been awarded Provisional Provider Status and is now eligible to present educational courses for Continuing Education (CE) credit. GVL asked Dr. Valerie Ragan to present a webinar for the first CE credit course. The webinar, scheduled for Tuesday, July 16th, is titled ADT Rule & Electronic Documentation.
The webinar will focus on clarifying changes made to the Animal Disease Traceability (ADT) Ruling, which went into effect on March 11th, 2013. The primary objective of the webinar is to educate animal health stakeholders about the ADT Rule in regards to the new ICVI requirements from a veterinarian’s perspective.
GVL Marketing Director, Heather Van Lin states, “The changes in the ADT ruling have a significant impact on the food animal segment of the animal health market. We hope that our knowledge, as well as Dr. Valerie Ragan's expertise, can lend to clarification on what the changes will mean to veterinarians and how they can help their clients comply.”
RACE is one of the four key programs provided by the American Association of Veterinary State Boards AAVSB. The purpose of the RACE program is to develop and apply uniform standards related to providers and programs of continuing education (CE) in veterinary medicine, as stated on the AAVSB website. All RACE-approved providers and programs are listed on this website. Providers voluntarily apply to the RACE program and agree to abide by the RACE Standards. AAVSB does not solicit participation in the RACE program.
If you would like to know more about the ADT Rule and Electronic Documentation Webinar presented by Dr. Valerie Ragan and hosted by GlobalVetLINK, click here or contact Amy Yarnell at 515.817.5054 or email@example.com.
GlobalVetLINK (GVL) was founded in 2001 and is the nation's leader in electronic animal health records, providing intuitive online certification solutions that enable animal health practitioners to quickly and accurately create professional health records. Their services embrace both companion and food animals where animal health practitioners and their clients can manage their records at any time and from anywhere with Internet access. The GVL system uniquely connects veterinarians, animal owners, animal diagnostic laboratories, industry partners, and government officials to improve overall animal wellness and safety. GlobalVetLINK services support animal health practitioners to establish protocols that will help improve their business in all aspects including saving money and time.