OMBC announces Changes to Cme cycle

Effective January 1, 2018 the Continuing Medical Education Cycle (CME) will change from three (3) to two (2)  years.  This change in the CME cycle will align with the two (2) year license renewal cycle.  Under this new CME cycle change, licensees will have to complete 100 hours (to include a minimum of 40 AOA 1A or 1B hours).  Physicians will be required to submit documentation of the 100 hours in the two (2) years preceding your license renewal.    For more information regarding this change please click on the following link:


OPSC's 2018 Legislative Update

The California Legislature adjourned on August 31, maintaining tradition by working late into the night to ensure all business in the 2017-18 Legislative Session was completed. Bills that passed in the final weeks before adjournment covered topics ranging from net neutrality, wildfire liability and mitigation, an end to cash bail, renewable energy, and patient privacy. Other bills stalled, including a voluntary water tax, a bill seeking to regionalize our state‚Äôs electric grid, and an attempt to change the standard for police use of deadly force. In healthcare, attempts to push single payer went by the wayside and an alternative Assembly package of health care reform bills were also shelved.   To read the complete update please click here.
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58th Annual Convention (2019)

3/11/2019 » 3/13/2019
Internal Medicine Recertification Course

3/21/2019 » 3/23/2019
Updates in Family Medicine

9/20/2019 » 9/22/2019
30th Annual Fall Conference (2019)

2/19/2020 » 2/23/2020
59th Annual Convention (2020)

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