Improve Your Practice with MOC Part IV at the CMA
Maintaining board certification now involves an exercise in practice improvement. That often involves a PDSA cycle (plan, do, study, act) and can take some time.
The CMA has developed a process that is easy to do in our offices, will improve something in our practice and is acceptable to all the boards for maintenance of certification Part IV. This is the greatest endeavor of the CMA since starting the free clinic.
The steps are simple. Just imagine someway you would like to improve your practice, such as advanced directives. Let CMA know, a panel of peers will review and approve it or offer suggestions, collect the data for 6 months and see if you have improved. The CMA then submits the completion to the American Board of Medical Specialties which reports it to your board to complete your requirement.
Simple and helpful!
Learn more about getting your MOC Part IV credit and current quality initiatives you can join by visiting: columbusmedicalassociation.org/moc-pt4/background