The VOC offers 48 AOA Category 1-A and AMA PRA Category 1 Credit , available for purchase in 8-credit increments. The conference includes both live and on-demand options: attendees can complete credits during the live virtual event when speakers are present to answer questions, or they can complete credits on-demand at their leisure. The next VOC will have its live event February 16-18, 2024, with on-demand programs available after this date.

What have attendees said about the VOC?

 “Wonderful speakers, and it was great that lectures were available to view after the online live conference date!”

 “All of the lectures were viewable at a later date. Also, the presenters being online when their presentation was playing for a Q&A was great.”

 “Excellent, knowledgeable speakers and diverse, useful subjects.”

 “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.”

 “Excellent and pertinent topics, extremely easy to access, overall 10/10.”

98% of attendees have said they would recommend the VOC to a colleague.


In only three years, the VOC has had over 2,000 attendees from all over the US and Canada.


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. The official “live” VOC occurs over a three-day period in February. During this time, learners and faculty can interact via chat for an “almost live” educational experience. Faculty can interact during their presentation by asking probing questions and dialoguing with learners. Following the live programming, all sessions are available to learners for a substantial time for completion on-demand. During this time, learners can email their questions to faculty, but they can also view the chatted interactions from the live programming.