Renewal Statement from Dr. Rosenberg

Posted in Latest News on January 14, 2016.

The incoming Chair, Steven Rosenberg, M.D. recently renewed his Florida medical license and here is what he had to say . . .

I recently renewed my license and found that the continuing medical education (CME) reporting process in CE Broker has been improved and is now easier to use. If you have multiple hours that you completed with the same approved provider, you can enter all of those hours at once using the Quick Report feature. As the deadline for renewal approaches, I encourage all medical doctors to make sure their CME hours are entered into CE Broker prior to renewal to avoid any delays in the renewal process and potential lapses in licensure.


All CME hours MUST be reported into the continuing education tracking system in order to proceed with your license renewal. If your CME records are incomplete in the CE tracking system, you will not be permitted to renew your license. Please report your course completion early. Reporting at renewal may cause a delay in your renewal process. Delays in the renewal process will affect your ability to practice medicine if your license is not renewed by the expiration date of January 31, 2016, and will result in additional fees. If you have not registered for an account in the CE tracking system, please visit and click “START HERE.”

Quick Report: CME Reporting Made Simple

We are committed to making your reporting experience quick and easy. In an effort to expedite the reporting process, a “Quick Report” feature has been created that will allow you to report all CME hours completed with the same approved organization at one time. To learn more about the Quick Report feature, visit

The support center for CE Broker will be open from 8:00am to 8:00pm on January 30th and from 8:00am to 1:00am January 31st.

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