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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
Earn MOC points
The most comprehensive meeting in Internal Medicine.
April 11-13, 2019
Internal Medicine Meeting 2019
Prepare for the Certification and Maintenance of Certification (MOC)
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With the ABIM's passing new requirements regarding Maintenance
of Certification (MOC) there has never been an easier way to earn
MOC points than at the meeting. The Wyoming Chapter has purchased a
Self Evaluation Process (SEP) module for this years meeting. If you
are enrolled in the ABIM MOC process you will be able to earn 10
points. You can either record your answers and discussion on the
handout, but if you are on a laptop or other device and able to
connect to the Internet, you can log in to the ABIM web page using
your ABIM number and password- don't forget to bring them!
You then "order" the module- you see it in purple on
the right side of the page. Enter the name of the module we are
reviewing -"Self-Evaluation Process 2013 Update in Internal
Medicine Module C0-P" and then click on the "work on
Module" . You can then enter your answers directly into the
web based program during the meeting.
If we continue to offer SEP's every year you will keep up with
all your MOC requirements for the educational requirements! Also
the Governors gave a strong message to the Regents about the MOC
process, and the College is meeting and working with the ABIM- so I
welcome your thoughts and comments, and will be sure to pass them
along. This year we have invited Dr. Patrick
Alguire to present on MOC and High Value Care- he is an
expert on these issues and will be able to explain all the changes
The Wyoming Chapter of the ACP is proud of our members and their
accomplishments. Wyoming internists are a dedicated group of
individuals who have dedicated their lives to the health and
wellbeing of Wyoming patients.
Dr. Brent Sherard chairs the WY-ACP Awards
Committee and would welcome nominations for the Laureate Award,
Volunteerism Award, and the Wyoming Chapter Award. Please contact
the WY-ACP office or
307-635-2424 to nominate a colleague.
The Laureate Award is designed to honor those Fellows and
Masters of the College who have demonstrated, by their example and
conduct, an abiding commitment to excellence in medical care,
education, and research, and service to their community, their
chapter, and the ACP. A Laureate nominee is usually a senior
physician who has been a Fellow or Master of the College for at
least 15-20 years and meets all other categories of
The Chapter Volunteerism Award was developed in 1999 by the
Chapters' Subcommittee to recognize the work of members who are
involved in volunteerism and community service activities. This
award enables our Chapter to raise the level of awareness and
promote dialogue and action in volunteerism within our region.
The Wyoming Chapter award is awarded to a Wyoming internist who
has made a great impact in the state of Wyoming.
For all three awards nominees must be Masters, or Associates of
ACP and must have provided volunteer service post-training.
Self-nominations are not permitted. The services must have been
performed on a voluntary basis and not required for the completion
of teaching, training, or position requirements. Volunteer work
must have been done as a physician and be medically related.
Annals of Internal Medicine released a new interactive medical
education tool designed to test physicians' decision-making skills.
Annals Virtual Patients uses a unique "if this, then that" format,
so each learner goes down his or her own path through a complex
clinical simulation. Each simulation covers the examination,
diagnosis, and treatment of a virtual patient. Upon completion of
each case, physicians may earn Continuing Medical Education (CME)
and Maintenance of Certification (MOC) credits.
Annals Virtual Patients is uniquely formatted to allow
physicians to learn from mistakes as they proceed through the
simulations. Selecting a response prompts a detailed explanation of
the medical consequences based on the answer chosen. At the end of
each case, the physician is presented with a complete summary of
the clinical problem and solution.
The cases were developed by Annals of Internal Medicine editors
in collaboration with faculty of the Division of General Internal
Medicine at the University of Pittsburgh.