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Video: Panel Discusses Why MOC Is Broken and How to Fix It

Physicians truly believe in lifelong learning. But many feel that Maintenance of Certification (MOC) has become a time-consuming, burdensome disaster that is out of touch with their current practice of medicine.

The Pennsylvania Medical Society and its physician leaders, as well as several other state medical societies, continue addressing these concerns on behalf of physicians in the Commonwealth and around the U.S.

Panel Discussion at AMA's Annual Meeting

More than 120 physicians attended PAMED's MOC panel discussion at the American Medical Association's Annual Meeting in Chicago on June 13, 2016. This panel further educated physicians on the fiscal affairs of the American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM) and the questionable value of MOC.

Here are some of the PowerPoints and videos from that meeting:

​ABIM and the Finances of MOC

by Charles P. Kroll, CPA, Financial Accounting Consultant

Click here to view the entire playlist


​Why MOC Is Broken and How to Fix It 

by Wes Fisher, MD, Cardiologist/Blogger


​Making MOC Work Through a New Board Structure

by Bonnie H. Weiner, MD, NBPAS Board Member

Click here to view the entire playlist

Steps Forward on MOC and Making Changes to MOC

by Scott Shapiro, MD, FACC, FCPP – PAMED President

Click here to view the entire playlist ​


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