Online Learning Center
Explore a wide-ranging library of online CME and MOC activities, aimed at improving your knowledge and practice.
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Substance Use Disorder (SUD) Education: New DEA Requirement
Beginning on June 27, 2023, all prescribers will be required to provide a one-time attestation that they have completed 8 hours of training on the management of patients with opioid or other substance us disorders prior to renewing their DEA registration. To help our members complete the required number of hours, ACP has curated a collection of online educational activities that meet this requirement.
Point of Care Ultrasound (POCUS) for Internal Medicine
From beginner to advanced, refine your procedural skills to effectively implement ultrasound exams into your practice with ACP’s dynamic and comprehensive POCUS series. Seven foundational self-paced courses have received a 2023 update, developed in collaboration with over 14 national experts. Six additional advanced courses are also available, free to members. Start on your POCUS Pathway today!
Opioids and the Treatment of Chronic Pain
May 4, 2023
March 19, 2023
Pacemakers & ICDs: 5 Pearls Segment
April 12, 2023
Intimate Partner Violence Program, a New Interactive Learning Series
Learn practical, evidence-based steps to implement safe and supportive interventions. This two-part, 3 hour program reviews the dynamics and effects of IPV and presents a universal education approach that promotes prevention and improved health and safety outcomes.Intimate Partner Violence: Dynamics and Effects
Intimate Partner Violence: Educating and Connecting
Coding for Clinicians
ACP's Coding for Clinicians is a subscription-based training program that teaches you to code smarter and more efficiently—saving time, driving accuracy, and optimizing payments. Thirteen regularly updated self-paced activities cover a wide range of topics, including non face-to-face services, coding modifiers, federal guidance for documentation, and inpatient and outpatient categories. Newly updated 2023 coding guidance includes inpatient coding based on updated medical decision-making guidance, the new unified hospital inpatient/observation evaluation and management code set, new time-based coding thresholds and prolonged service coding, and major changes to inpatient and outpatient consultation coding. The complete program offers a year of access to learning modules and support materials.View Program
Pain Management Learning Series
This expansive new series of peer-to-peer learning materials consists of seven core modules, with two sets of case-based studies, video presentations, and more – over 23 hours of self-paced, comprehensive content. It combines evidence-based guidance with effective management principles, providing opportunities to practice skills necessary for pain assessment, diagnostic differentials, treatment plans, and communication in partnership with patients.View Hub
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