California Medical Association (CMA) President Peter N. Bretan, Jr., M.D., and Osteopathic Physicians & Surgeons of California (OSPC) President Wadsworth H. Murad, D.O., issued the following joint statement:
"In this charged political environment, we should not make the mistake of undermining or belittling the credentials of physicians with D.O. degrees."
Read the full statement.
21 AOA Category 1A Credits Available.
CME content will be available September 10th through November 10th for viewing on OPSC's new virtual learning platform. CME by the Bay 2020 participants
may log into the platform using their OPSC credentials (user name and password) and begin viewing on September 10th.
All content is viewable On Demand, so participants may view the lectures in whatever order they wish at the times most convenient for them - you can watch at your own pace or binge watch over a few days. To make it easier, the system includes
tools for tracking progress towards completion. We have also created a Companion Guide for the program content, which you can view here.
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As the state moves into Stage 3 of the Governor's 4 Stage reopening plan, physicians need to prepare themselves for how this might impact their practices. To assist physicians with reopening, OPSC has created a Practice Reopening resource page.
This page includes information from various sources to help physicians on which steps to take prior to reopening, financial and staffing considerations and universal safety precautions.