WELCOME TO SUCCESS®!
SUCCESS is a series of unique, creative continuing education self study programs for physicians and laboratory professionals in the areas of blood banking and transfusion medicine.SUCCESS courses are developed by nationally and internationally-recognized transfusion medicine physicians and blood banking experts. The program’s vision is to deliver high-quality educational programs that foster integration, partnership, and innovation in all aspects of immunohematology, blood banking and transfusion medicine. Our goal is to expand our course offerings in the coming months and years. So, be sure to visit us periodically for new course offerings. Note that at this time, SUCCESS course content will be accessible only to Red Cross hospital customers; however, all site visitors can peruse the course catalogs using the 'CEU Courses' and 'CME Courses' buttons.
New course! Pre-Operative Anemia and Anemia Management has just been posted to the Blood Management section of the CEU and CME course offerings.
SUCCESS course completion will earn participants SUCCESS CEU credits recognized for the recertification and licensure of laboratory professionals or AMA PRA Category 1 credits™ for physician Continuing Medical Education (CME) requirements. Physicians should verify that a course is CME-eligible prior to initiating the course.
We are excited to offer this online resource to our valued hospital partners – as we invest in better patient outcomes by sharing expertise.
The American Red Cross Biomedical Services (ARCBS) is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
The American Red Cross SUCCESS Program is an approved provider of continuing education for recertification and licensure in California, Montana, North Dakota, Nevada, Rhode Island, Tenn essee and West Virginia. SUCCESS credits are accepted for certification, required by the states of Georgia and Hawaii. ARC SUCCESS credits are accepted by the ASCP Board of Certification for Laboratory Personnel and the American Medical Technologists (AMT).