Health care is one of the most important markets we serve, and we are pleased to expand our offerings in this area with the CME app
Boston, MA (PRWEB) May 17, 2015
Education services leader Upward Mobility announced today the release of its Certified Medical Examiner (CME) test prep app.
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration is the regulatory body for the trucking industry in the United States, and has required that all interstate bus and truck drivers obtain a physical by a certified medical examiner. To become a certified examiner, a physician must register in the National Registry System, complete necessary training, and pass the certification exam.
All topics covered on the certification exam are included in Upward Mobility’s new app, including driver identification and history, physical examination and evaluation, diagnostic tests and referrals, documentation of ancillary information, health education counseling, risk assessment, and certification outcomes and intervals.
The app offers a total of 300 practice test questions written exclusively for Upward Mobility by medical experts. Additionally, the app contains two different modes: Study Mode is performed at the student’s pace and provides answers with explanations to aid in the student’s learning, while Test Mode allows the user to set their own time and question constraints to simulate the testing environment.
“Health care is one of the most important markets we serve,” said Victoria Slingerland, President and co-founder of Upward Mobility. “We are pleased to expand our offerings in this area with the CME app and our clients can look forward to continued resources from Upward Mobility for this area of study.”
Upward Mobility is a test prep app enterprise based in Boston, and is a 100% woman and minority-owned business (SOWMBA-certified). Upward Mobility prides itself on providing free and low-cost test prep for over 150 professional and academic standardized exams, including high school and college admissions tests, IT certification exams, business and professional development exams, teaching exams, and medical board exams.