The UW Health MOC Portfolio Program provides an easy way for physicians to align the QI work they are doing at UW Health with MOC requirements in order to receive Part IV credit.

UW Health values this program and wants to support our physicians through this process. The MOC Portfolio Program is a win-win for UW Health: physicians participate and fulfill their individual MOC requirements, successful practices are disseminated, and the quality of our patient care is improved!

Vision for the Future ReportInterested in the future of MOC: Read the Final Report from the ABMS Vision Commission. 
Read the ABMS response to the address the recommendations of the ABMS Vision Commission.

Important Dates 2019

Email the UW Health/SMPH MOC Portfolio Program for information about earning MOC Part IV (Practice Assessment) in 2019.

The deadline to submit your completed UW Health MOC Portfolio Intake Form and FOCUS-PDCA (A3) is October 11, 2019.
The deadline to submit your completed data and attestation/evaluation form is November 22, 2019.

Earn MOC Part II Self Assessment

Current UW Health MOC Part IV Projects

Course name Credits available Course format
Advance Directive: The Primary Care Physicians' Perspective and Key Roles for Patients 65 years and older
  • 20.00 ABIM MOC Part 2 Points
  • 20.00 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit
  • 20.00 ANCC Contact Hours
Medication Conversations to Reduce Falls in Geriatric Patients
  • 20.00 ABIM MOC Part 2 Points
  • 20.00 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit
  • 20.00 ANCC Contact Hours
Support of Caregivers of Elderly Patients with Dementia
  • 20.00 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit
  • 20.00 ANCC Contact Hours

UW Health QI Resources

The UW Health MOC Portfolio Program supports and encourages the use of the UW Health Improvement Network (UWHIN) resources to support the work of all MOC Portfolio projects. All projects will require the completion of an A3 (learn more) by each participant in order to receive MOC Part IV. [Hear] from your colleague Dr. Michelle Kelly as she walks through her improvement using an A3.

The UW Health Improvement Network (UWHIN) provides a comprehensive set of tools to assist you in your quality improvement effort. From simple tools such as standard meeting agenda and documents for defining roles and responsibilities, to complex tools such as Value Stream Mapping, you will find the tools, examples and instructions you need.

This information can be found on U-Connect (via a UW Health computer).

Transcript of Dr. Kelly's Video 
Project A3 

In addition, UWHIN has several Computer-Based Trainings (CBTs) available. We recommend that you complete the following in order:

  1. UWHIN: Introduction to Improvement

Instructions to access these CBTs

If you have further questions, please contact Quality, Safety and Innovations at QSI@uwhealth.org

If you are interested in publishing go to the Health Innovation Program (https://hip.wisc.edu) website. If you do not already have an account you will be required to create one. Once you login you will have access to the information you need under Resources - QI Publishing Resources.


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