On-Demand Virtual CME Conference / On-Demand until June 30

The VOC offers 48 AOA Category 1-A and AMA PRA Category 1 Credit , available for purchase in 8-credit increments.

Complete credits on-demand at your leisure until June 30. Registration closes June 25, so don’t miss out!


Attendees that say they will recommend VOC to a colleague

Attendees from the US & Canada over the past 3 years


What is The VOC?

The VOC is a national osteopathic virtual continuing medical education (CME) program started in 2021 by the Missouri Association of Osteopathic Physicians and Surgeons and the Osteopathic Physicians and Surgeons of Oregon. Offering 48 credits of both AOA and AMA accredited CME in a flexible format, the VOC has quickly gained popularity and recognition around the country with over 2,000 physicians from throughout the United States attending. The audience includes both DOs and MDs from a wide variety of specialties.

How Does the VOC Work?

 The VOC program is entirely virtual with all educational sessions pre-recorded and available on our virtual learning platform. All sessions are available to learners for completion on-demand until June 30. The VOC is available for purchase in 8-credit increments, up to 48 credits.

Past Attendees Rave About the VOC!


“I did one lecture daily over 48 days and it was great. I could go at my own speed, pause, rewind, take pictures of important slides to put in my personal files on how to deal with certain conditions. I prefer it over a live lecture.” – Royden Christensen, DO, Hawaii

“Excellent lectures! Very clinically relevant. Speakers were easy to understand, good teachers. Topics were relevant to my practice.” – Breanna Henry, DO, Pennsylvania

“Super easy to use! At work, at home, in the car…all on different devices.” –  Lisa Mckinney-Smith, DO, Tennessee

“I did not have to travel. I am over 200 miles from the nearest offering of Category 1A CME and this has been fantastic.” – Scott Booker, DO, Kansas


The VOC 2024 Virtual CME Conference Schedule – Watch On Demand Any Time!


Track 1

Track 2

What’s New in Atrial Fibrillation and When to Call for Help

Pradeep Chandra, DO, FACC

Skin Cancer Update for the Primary Care Physician

Stacy Blum, DO, FAAD

Wounds: Acute vs Chronic – Diagnosis and Treatment

Jon Mattson, DO, AOBFP, AOBNM

OMT – Using Your Head

Kelley Joy, DO

It’s Just a Virus

Daniel Griffin, MD, PhD, CTH, CTropMed

Urinary Track Infections

Holly Villamagna, MD

Glomerular Hyperfiltration & Proteinuria: Updates & Practical Clinical Approaches

Edward Barnes, MD, FACP

Changing Healthspan: How to Harness New Guidelines to Manage the Pediatric Patient With Obesity

Katheryn Hudon, DO, FAAP, FACOP

Role of GLP-1 RA in Weight Loss

Justin Puckett, DO, FAAFP, FACOFP, FOMA, CPE

Changing the Practice of Medicine – One Bite At a Time! Benefits of a Plant Based Diet

Charlie Ross, DO

Review of Movement Disorders

Derek McFaul, DO

Functional Medicine

Paris Whitney, DO, IFMCP & Cyndi Worden, DO, IFMCP

Becoming a Vaccination Nation: Improving Vaccination Rates

Dawn Dillinger, DO

Hypertension Management in the Actual Real World

Nick Mayer, DO

Diabetes Update: The Latest and Greatest in Insulins and CGM

Brandon Barthel, MD

Post Acute Stroke Care for the Primary Care Physician

Andrew Dawson, DO

2 HOUR : Common Orthopedic Injuries

Erik Zarandy, DO

Pneumonia Update

Kamaljit Atwal, DO

STI Update

Jane Balbo, DO

Telehealth Best Practices:  From Implementation to Encounter

Tania Elliott, MD, FAAAAI, FACAAI

Evidence Based Cancer Screening: 2024

Robert Ellis, DO, PhD, FACP

Evaluation & Management of Dementia

Howard Graitzer, DO, FACOI

Motion Sparing Surgery to the Cervical Spine and Other Minimally Invasive Surgical Approaches

Kev Gamadia, DO

When and How to Involve Palliative Care in the Patient Plan of Care

Christine Estrada, DO, MPH, MS, MBA, HMDC, CPE

Alcohol Withdrawal Treatment Update

Kelly Noyes, DO, FACOI

Artificial Intelligence: Medicine’s Next Revolution

Michael Brown, DO

Updates in Medical Education – Student Learning, Precepting the Next Generation & Best Practices

Walter Mickey, DO, EdD, FACOI

The Health and Harms of Stress: Shifting to An Upward Spiral

Saskia Hostetler-Lippy, MD

Physician Burnout Strategies: What Works?


Electrolyte Disorders for the Primary Physician

Allison Ferris, MD, FACP

Office-Based Procedures, Medication Alternatives, Non-Pharmacologic Modalities for Pain Management in Musculoskeletal Pain

David Russo, DO, MPH

Rapid Response Teams: Fact or Fiction

Joan Shaffer, MD

NonPharmacological Treatment for Depression

Jonathan Betlinski, MD

Child Abuse & Neglect

Catherine Wagoner, MD

The Obtunded Adolescent: Presentation and Follow-up Care

William Koenig, DO

Beyond the Blues: Symptoms, Diagnosis and Treatment of Postpartum Depression and Anxiety

Claire Templin, DO, FACOOG

Caring for the Neurodiverse Patient

Preston Howerton, DO

Mastering Acne Management: From OTC to RX Solutions

Stephanie Fabbro, MD, FAAD

Domestic Violence: Breaking the Silence

Linda Deppe, DO

Theory and Therapy for Dysautonomia and POTS

Andrew Maxwell, MD, FACC

How to Prepare for ESKD: Help Your Nephrologist Coach Your Patient

Nick Mayer, DO

Gastroparesis: Update for 2024

Matthew Bechtold, MD, AGAF, FACG, FASGE, FASPEN

Updates to Developmental Milestones: When to Refer and When to Reassure

Katie Blount, DO, FAAP, MPH

Genetic & Pharmacogenetic Testing Update

Amy Yang, MD

Ethics in Medicine: Navigating the Contemporary Landscape

James Hearn, JD, LLM, MA, MAT, MPH, DBE, DMin

Facing the Extremes: Evaluation and Management of Heat and Cold Related Emergencies

Geoff Comp, DO, FACEP, FAWM


What You Need to Know About the Thyroid in Today’s Internet-Crazed World

Dustin Higgins, DO

Chronic Pelvic Pain for the Primary Care Provider

Megan Wasson, DO, FACOG

Don’t Miss The VOC 2024!


“The ability to fit into my (and most physicians’) hectic schedules. Options like this are among the few actual changes that will help reduce burnout.” – Todd Schmoll, DO, New Jersey

“I was able to complete the seminars at my own pace and time. The speakers were great and the information was timely.” Sarah Agsten, DO, Oregon

“The ability to watch at your own convenience is a huge plus. The audio is much improved from other virtual conferences I have attended.” – Lance Bezzina, DO, Iowa

“Accessibility, affordability, relevance. It is easy to put together a good conference about interesting topics, but this conference did an especially good job of presenting cutting-edge info that is relevant to everyday practice.” – Anonymous