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Understanding MOC Requirements
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The medical practice environment is constantly changing.
Increasing focus on population-based health care can challenge the
physician's obligation to his or her patients. Resolving competing
demands requires ethical principles of patient care that are
embraced by physicians, patients, and managed care leaders
With support from the Medicine as a Profession (MAP) Project of
the Open Society Institute, ACP's Ethics & Professionalism
staff collaborated with the Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Ethics
Program to bring together a working group of patients, consumer
advocates, physicians, managed care organization leaders, and
ethicists to assess principles of ethics and professionalism in a
changing practice environment.
The working group, led by Gail Povar, MD; developed a joint
statement of ethical principles entitled "Ethics in
Practice: Managed Care and the Changing Health Care
Environment" to help guide all parties involved in the delivery
of managed care. The report was endorsed by the ACP's Board of
Regents, and was published in the July 20, 2004 issue of the
Annals of Internal Medicine.
More information on the project can be requested from Lois
Snyder Sulmasy, JD, at email@example.com, or at