Michigan Osteopathic Association CME Information

To better serve our members, the MOA has developed an online platform for CME sessions. The MOA Learning Center utilizes the CE21 Learning Management System to deliver CME sessions and document credits with evaluations. The MOA will offer both live events and on demand sessions using the same great speakers who would normally be presenters at in-person conventions. Once you have used the Learning Center you will have a profile established that will allow you to access available sessions, view speaker profiles and track CME credits gained through the system. 
Reminder: Your account with the MOA website (www.domoa.org) is separate from the Learning Center. 

Thank you to all of our members for their patience as we navigate these challenging times. 

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact: 
Melissa Budd, CME Program Manager 
Phone: 517-347-1555 Ext. 112

View both on demand and event CME opportunities

 

 

State of Michigan Osteopathic Physician Requirements
(per 3-year reporting cycle)

- 150 hours of CME required
- 60 hours must be Category 1
- 40 hours must be AOA approved
- Remaining 20 hours can be allopathic-approved CME
- Remaining 90 hours of 150 can be Category 1 or Category 2
- Pain & Symptom Management (effective Dec. 2017)
- Minimum 3 hours per 3-year period
- Training on Recognizing Victims of Human Trafficking: One-time requirement
- New! Implicit Bias Training LARA will begin developing rules that will require implicit bias training as part of the knowledge and skills necessary for licensure, registration and renewal of licenses and registrations of health professional in Michigan.           


American Osteopathic Association - CME Guide 2019-2021

Visit the American Osteopathic Association Website to view the AOA CME requirements.

AOA CME Department (888) 626-9262


CME Accreditation 

AOA Category 1-A Credits: The Michigan Osteopathic Association is accredited by the American Osteopathic Association to provide osteopathic continuing medical education for physicians. 

AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)TM: Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine is accredited by the Accreditation Council of Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians.     

Michigan Osteopathic Association CME Policies

CME Program Registration Cancellation and Refund Policy
Registrants for a Michigan Osteopathic Association continuing medical education program must submit requests for refunds in writing to the Association’s office. Requests for refunds must be in writing at least two weeks prior to the program and will entitle registrant to a full refund less a $50 processing fee. Refund requests received less than two weeks prior to the program will not qualify for a refund of the registration fees. Program brochures/registration forms and MOA web site shall include this information. 

Course Disclaimer
The Michigan Osteopathic Association (MOA) makes every effort to present high caliber speakers in their respective areas of expertise. Courses of the MOA are offered as information only and not as financial, accounting, legal or other professional advice. Attendees must consult with their own professional advisors for such advice. In addition, each participant must decide the merit and practicality of the material presented. The ideas and comments expressed during the courses are not necessarily endorsed by or are those of the MOA. The MOA warns attendees about the potential risks of using limited knowledge when integrating new techniques into your practices.

Grievance Policy
The MOA shall accept comment and criticism regarding its CME programs. It shall address and resolve grievances regarding its CME activities. A criticism or concern reported anonymously on CME evaluation forms shall not be deemed a grievance; however, such complaints will be reported to the CME speakers and will be presented to the MOA Education Committee for discussion, validation or resolution as appropriate and reported to the MOA Board of Trustees in the MOA Education Committee Board report. A CME complaint or concern provided in writing or presented verbally by an identified individual registrant of an MOA CME program to an MOA CME official shall be deemed a grievance and shall be forwarded to the MOA Education Committee for resolution; CME speakers involved shall be notified of the concern. The resolution shall be reported to the MOA Board in the MOA Education Committee Board report and followed by a letter to the aggrieved acknowledging the grievance and providing the actions taken to resolve the grievance. If the MOA Education Committee is unable to resolve the issue, it shall be forwarded to the Board of Trustees for final disposition. Where possible and necessary the appropriate changes will be made and recorded in accordance with the MOA policy.

Online Education Privacy Statement
In accordance with the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME), accredited providers that participate in CME activities on the Internet shall have a separate privacy policy for CME activities.

The CME programs offered by the Michigan Osteopathic Association (MOA) respect and value your privacy and the confidentiality of the information you choose to share with us. We are committed to the protection of this information and will ensure your privacy when participating in CME activities on our website... (continued)


CME Resource Links 

Visit the American Osteopathic Association Website to view the AOA CME requirements.

American Osteopathic Association CME FAQ Page (click here)

Florida CME Requirements (click here

CE Broker Website (click here