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ACP offers a number of resources to help members make sense of the MOC requirements and earn points.
Understanding MOC Requirements
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April 11-13, 2019
Internal Medicine Meeting 2019
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ACP advocates on behalf on internists and their patients on a number of timely issues. Learn about where ACP stands on the following areas:
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ACP has formed strategic partnerships with several organizations to help tackle a wide variety of issues important to the College.
From heart disease and stroke to HIV screening, these collaborations provide an opportunity to advance the state of healthcare in the United States.
An initiative of the ABIM Foundation, Choosing Wisely is focused on encouraging physicians, patients and other health care stakeholders to think and talk about medical tests and procedures that may be unnecessary, and in some instances may cause harm. Learn More
ACP is collaborating with EBSCO Health to provide ACP members with free access to the most current, evidence-based clinical decision support tool - DynaMed Plus®. With DynaMed Plus, ACP members and other clinicians can quickly and seamlessly find evidence-based answers to make treatment decisions using any device from any location. Learn More
HIV Screening Standard Care is a program developed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). It gives primary care physicians new tools to help ensure all patients are tested for HIV at least once in their life. A joint statement issued by ACP and the HIV Medicine Association "Screening for HIV in Health Care Settings" served as the basis of physician materials in this campaign. Learn More
ACP has collaborated with the Human Dx Project to create the Global Morning Report, an opportunity for academic medical centers to create a worldwide resource for enhancing clinical reasoning by sharing differential diagnoses through completion of MKSAP 17 Challenge Cases. Learn More
The Joining Forces Campaign provides service members and their families opportunities and support in the areas of wellness, employment and education. Learn More
The College has lent its support to Know Your Dose, a public awareness campaign from the Acetaminophen Awareness Coalition that educates patients on how to appropriately use medicines containing acetaminophen to prevent unintentional overdose. Information cards, posters and talking points to use with patients are available. Learn More
Heart disease and stroke are an epidemic in the United States and ACP has partnered with the Million Hearts Campaign, a national initiative that aims to prevent one million heart attacks and strokes over five years. Learn More
The mission of the Patient-Centered Primary Care Collaborative is to advance an effective and efficient health system built on a strong foundation of primary care and the patient-centered medical home (PCMH). Learn More
ACP is supporting the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's (CDC) national tobacco education campaign, Tips from Former Smokers and its smoking cessation program, "Talk with Your Doctor." The goal of "Talk with Your Doctor" is to motivate smokers to work with their physicians to develop a plan to quit smoking and to encourage doctors to use the CDC's "Tips" to start a dialogue with patients who use tobacco.