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Online, Interactive High Value Care Cases

Learn how to eliminate unnecessary health care costs and improve patient outcomes while earning free CME and ABIM MOC patient safety and medical knowledge points.

Brand new cases go live on January 3, 2017! Get your CME/MOC on the current cases by December 31, 2016

These 30- to 60-minute online interactive HVC cases can be completed on your desktop, laptop, tablet, or smartphone. Review the cases, answer the associated multiple-choice questions, and read through the critiques. You can also download the take-home tools to help you incorporate HVC principles into your practice. The HVC cases from ACP offer free online CME and may fulfill risk management/patient safety CME required by some states. They have also been approved by ABIM for 13 MOC medical knowledge points and patient safety credit. Additionally, this program is approved for a total of 5 contact hours of continuing education by the American Association of Nurse Practitioners (AANP).

Cases include:

  • Avoid Unnecessary Testing
  • Use Emergency and Hospital Level Care Judiciously
  • Improve Outcomes with Health Promotion and Disease Prevention
  • Prescribe Medications Safely and Cost Effectively
  • Overcome Barriers to High Value Care

Access the online cases


Note that in order to access the online cases, you will be asked to provide a username and password.

Your American College of Physicians username/password is the same as what you use to log into ACP Online, Annals.org, MKSAP and many other web products of the ACP. If you believe you have an ACP account but forget your username or password, you can simply reset your password. If you have never done online business with ACP and need to create a complimentary account, simply complete this short registration form for FREE access.

Development of this program was funded by the California Healthcare Foundation.
Dissemination of this program was funded by an ABIM Foundation Choosing Wisely Grant.