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PI CME activity offers MOC Part IV credit for physicians

The Wisconsin Medical Society is offering a facilitated Performance Improvement Continuing Medical Education (PI CME) activity for physicians to explore current breast cancer screening processes and work with their peers to identify opportunities to improve patient care. Physicians have the opportunity to earn AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™ and Maintenance of Certification (MOC) Part IV credit for completing all stages of the activity. Click here to learn more.

The program kicks off with a peer-to-peer session led by Society subject matter experts, who will guide participants through the first stage of the PI CME activity and prepare them to successfully complete the remaining steps.

The next session is August 5 from 5:30 to 8 p.m. at Society headquarters in Madison. The deadline to register is June 26 and seating is limited. Click here to learn more or to register. The fee is $300 for members and $600 for non-members.

E-mail Todd Wuerger, the Society’s business development specialist, or call him at 608.442.3749 with questions.

Please note: In order to participate, physicians must submit a chart abstraction to the Society two weeks prior to the facilitated session August 5. Additionally, physicians will need to bring their own laptop computer or tablet device with access to the Internet. There are additional requirements to complete all stages of the PI CME activity. The estimated time to complete the activity is 14 to 16 weeks. See the program description to learn more.

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