A pilot program gives physicians the chance to earn credit for the QI work they are already doing in their health care organizations.
Several boards have responded to physician concerns about MOC Part III by making meaningful changes to learning and assessment. Three boards are changing the process to best fit their specialists’ needs.
Conversations between physicians and the American Board of Medical Specialties have led to changes to make the MOC process more relevant to clinical practice and less burdensome.
The licensure process requires physicians to complete individual applications for each state in which they seek to practice medicine (including telemedicine). Follow these top 5 tips when you apply for your medical license.
The maintenance of certification process was an important topic for physicians attending the 2015 AMA Annual Meeting. Academic physicians had a chance to hear updates on MOC before the AMA House of Delegates considered policy to urge changes to make it more transparent and physician-friendly.