AMA Expands Online Education Hub to Streamline Needs of Physicians

AMA News Release (07/14/20)

The American Medical Association (AMA) expanded its AMA Ed Hub online education portal, now allowing physicians certified with the American Board of Pathology to have their credits automatically reported to that board. The enhanced AMA Ed Hub also features new content from the American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM), the Obesity Medicine Association (OMA) and the Society of Hospital Medicine (SHM). ASAM's activities include motivational interviewing concepts for use in patient interactions, while OMA contributed a free podcast series to help healthcare professionals successfully treat and manage obesity within their practices. SHM offers hospitalist-specific continuing medical education and maintenance of certification opportunities through the hub and a COVID-19 webinar series. "We will continue to enhance the platform by adding new content and features that will not only help [physicians] keep current in their practice of medicine, but also help them reduce administrative burdens and improve health outcomes," said AMA President Susan R. Bailey, MD.

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