Continuing Education Credits with Rapid U

Rapid U provides RapidAI customers with easy access to a wide selection of courses that offer Continuing Education (CE) and Continuing Medical Education (CME) credits.

Courses for continuing education credits

Conveniently earn credits to help meet requirements for certifications and licenses

Through a combination of self-paced online courses and live virtual training led by an instructor, your clinical team members can master RapidAI products while earning CE and CME credits to meet their continuing education requirements — all without having to attend off-site training or conferences.

Users of the RapidAI suite of products can access courses with CE and CME credits through the Rapid U Learning Management System (LMS) based on their professional roles.



Physicians can access courses with up to 33 CMEs accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME). These courses are offered on a limited basis, so please email us to check availability and request access.

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Nurses and Stroke Coordinators

RapidAI has been approved as a CE provider by the California Board of Registered Nursing (CA BRN). Nurses can earn one CE credit approved by CA BRN for our instructor-led training course “Stroke Imaging Basics for Nurses.” Visit our instructor-led training page to see the schedule of upcoming sessions.

Courses with up to 33 CEs with accreditation from the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) are also available to RapidAI customers. These courses are provided by Rapid U on a limited basis, so please email us to check availability request access.

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Rapid U provides up to 6.5 CE credits for radiologic imaging technologists with accreditation from the American Society of Radiologic Technologists (ASRT). These are available to RapidAI customers without restrictions. Learning Management System (LMS) login credentials are required.

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”As the availability of advanced stroke imaging continues to expand, it is vital for hospitals to have skilled individuals on their stroke care teams. All aspects of the Rapid U program were developed by RapidAI clinical and technology experts, so it is unique in that stroke teams will be able to learn advanced imaging from the experts.”

Dr. Greg Albers
Professor of Neurology at Stanford University, Director of the Stanford Stroke Center, Co-founder and Scientific Lead of RapidAI

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