How Orbit works

Optimized for busy EM physicians

To get started, install the Orbit plugin on your Chrome browser on any PC or Mac, or install the Orbit CME App on your iPhone or iPad for a beautiful experience on the go. Whenever you search Google for information related to your patients, the Orbit plugin will automate the paperwork you need to claim and earn credit.

EM physicians from some of the busiest services in the country use this plugin to finish their ABEM, trauma, state board, and opioid credits. Unlock your time for friends, family and real vacations.

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Simplify your CME

  • Hospital credentialing 25 credits/year
  • State medical license 25 credits/year
  • Controlled-substance 1 credit/year
  • ABEM CME 25 credits/year
  • Trauma 16 credit/year
  • Practice Improvement 1 activity/ 5 years
  • Orbit Plugin
  • ABEM site

What leading providers say


This is the kind of product I would recommend to my friends and colleagues in emergency medicine. Easier than listening to podcasts, Orbit lets me earn credit for articles I already access while caring for my ER patients. This plugin saves me time.

Amit Arwindekar MD MBA Emergency Medicine Physician

As a first-year anesthesiology attending, delivering excellent clinical care is my singular focus. Orbit completely takes care of my CME for MOCA 2.0 while I keep my eyes focused on what matters most - my patients.

Marissa Wagner Mery MD MBA Anesthesiologist

We’ve all seen the emails from colleagues, the social media posts... “what’s the best way to get CME?” Orbit is the easiest and most affordable way to get all of the CME you need, by doing what you do anyways. I 100% recommend Orbit CME to every radiologist.

Kellie Greenblatt MD Radiologist

Each case at the microscope is a learning opportunity driven by web searches - Orbit’s plugin recognizes that with Category 1 and ABP SAM credit. Every new pathology attending should use Orbit to stay ABP-certified - it's that essential.

Agedi Boto MD PhD Pathologist

With Orbit's plugin, I'm focused on my sickest patients, while my browsing history automatically converts to fully-documented CEs. If you're a nurse with CE requirements, Orbit should be on your checklist.

Holly Ilg RN CEN CFRN Flight Nurse

Streamline your annual credit requirements

Earn, track and report everything with Orbit

Credits finished on the job

Orbit is the first plugin that recognizes your learning during patient care.


Topic-specific CME solved

Certificates for controlled substance education, fluoro licenses, and more.


Instant documentation

Your credits are instantly tracked, and detailed audit reports are one click away.

Learning for the whole team

Health professionals use AMA PRA Category 1 CreditTM from Orbit to satisfy their annual requirements, across the enterprise.

Doctors (MD, DO)

Essential for busy providers and provider-led enterprises facing burnout and a growing set of topic-specific CME requirements. Orbit delivers AMA PRA Category 1 CreditTM, the universal currency for CME.

Registered Nurses (RN)

Satisfy your ANCC and AANP requirements, and nursing boards in many states. Questions? - we're glad to help.

* California nurses, use BRN CEP# 16946 for Transcend Review Inc.
Nurse Practitioners (NP)

Tough enough for the relentless nurse practitioner. Satisfy your CE requirement for the ANCC, AANP, state nursing boards, and hospital credentialing committees.

Physician Assistants (PA)

Designed by PAs to satisfy your entire NCCPA Category I CME requirement. Plus, instantly respond to the NCCPA audit threat using Orbit's one-click audit reports. Never scramble for NCCPA deadlines again.

Pharmacists (PharmD)

The USA Pharmacy Boards and some states accept AMA PRA Category 1 Credit TM for the CPE/CE requirement.

Orbit without borders

Earn credit which is recognized across the world.


Section 2 (Scanning) requirements of the Royal College Maintenance of Certification (MOC) Program recognizes AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM.


European Union of Medical Specialists (UEMS) recognizes AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM through their mutual recognition agreement with the American Medical Association.

United States

The American Board of Medical Specialties (ABMS), state medical boards, and most hospitals recognize AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM.