What is Practice Checkup?
MD Snapshot-Practice Checkup is an educational tool produced to facilitate self-reflective quality improvement (QI) by assessing the current evidence around various factors that can potentially impact physician performance. The goal is to help physicians reduce possible risks and improve the quality of their practice.
The Practice Checkup is sent annually to every active physician in Alberta who sees patients, populated by responses provided in the annual Renewal Information Form (RIF) and from CPSA’s database.
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How do I claim CME credits?
Physicians who review their Practice Checkup and are registered with the College of Family Physicians of Canada (CFPC) are eligible to claim uncertified Mainpro+ credits under the CFPC’s “Assessment” category of credit. Additionally, a Linking Learning exercise can be completed to earn five Mainpro+ certified credits. Members of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada (RCPSC) may claim MOC Section 3 credits.
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