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Board of Certification Reports

Survey Reports

The BOC conducts a variety of surveys to track changes in the field of ophthalmic imaging and to define the job functions of ophthalmic photographers. The job functions covered by the CRA and OCT-C examinations, the level of importance of each task, and the method of testing are all determined based on Job Analysis Surveys which are conducted periodically in compliance with the recommendations of the National Commission on Certifying Agencies (NCCA).

2014 CRA Job Analysis Survey (PDF)

2011 OCT-C Job Analysis Survey (PDF)

2008 CRA Job Analysis Survey (PDF)

2006 OCT Job Analysis Survey (PDF)

2004 CRA Job Analysis Survey (PDF)

Demographics Survey (PDF)

Reports to Stakeholders

The OPS BOC reports on its activities annually at the OPS Annual Business Meeting. The BOC report for the OPS Annual business meeting is published below.  Additionally, the BOC reports on its activities annually to the National Commission on Certifying Agencies (NCCA) on its activities for the CRA program. A summary of certification activities from that report for the CRA program, is linked below.

BOC Report - OPS Annual Business Meeting Nov 2013

CRA Annual Report (1/1/2013 to 12/31/2013)

CRA Annual Report (1/1/2012 to 12/31/2012)


Job Analysis Survey of Retinal Angiographers, Journal of Ophthalmic Photography On-line,
Volume 19 Number 1, April 1997

Historical CRA Examination Pass/Fail Rates: 
4/27/1997 - 7/30/2018:  857 candidates tested, with 320 failing and 537 passing:  Overall pass rate of 63% over time.

8/1/2014 - 7/30/2018: 75 candidates tested, with 74 failing and 94 passing: Overall pass rate is 56% over time.


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