SOUTH KINGSTOWN – My MOC Inc., designers of MOCingbird, an online platform to help health care workers stay on top of continuing medical education, or CME, and maintenance of certification, or MOC, requirements, has announced a new partnership with an organization that provides continuing medical education.
MOCingbird is a cloud-based software as a service platform that allows medical professionals to track and manage licensing requirements. Its new collaboration with Alabama-based Southern Medical Association means that users can now find, complete and document education requirements within the platform.
Doctors and other clinicians are required by the medical industry to fulfill the requirements regularly to keep licenses and certifications current.
“This ongoing licensing process – necessary for each and every license or certification a clinician holds – consists of varying deadlines, regulations and course requirements. The process, in the past, has been unwieldy and time-consuming for clinicians to effectively manage while also caring for patients,” according to a news release from MOCingbird.
All courses taken through the Southern Medical Association will be automatically tracked by MOCingbird.
“CME shouldn’t be hard. MOCingbird and a CME partner like Southern Medical Association are helping to give control back to clinicians and administrators,” said Dr. Ian Madom, MOCingbird co-founder and chief strategy officer at My MOC Inc.
Madom is an orthopedist at Ortho Rhode Island’s Wakefield location in South Kingstown.
Elizabeth Graham is a PBN contributing writer.
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