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DC physician license renewal for 2018 is underway. Given the changes in the 2018 renewal cycle, most notably the fact that renewal must be conducted online, MSDC is offering several resources to help navigate the new renewal process.

DC Board of Medicine/MSDC webinar, available 24/7   
DC Health's November 1 notice announcing "Physician Renewals are Live"

MSDC-On-Call: MSDC is on call to offer additional assistance by phone, office visit or computer.  These services are free to members and available for a fee to non-members.

  Phone consults ... Call the Medical Society at 202-466-1800 for answers to your licensure questions.
  Office visits .... Come to MSDC offices and we will guide you through the process in person. Contact MSDC (202-466-1800, duryea@msdc.org) in advance to schedule an appointment.
  Telemedicalsociety ... MSDC can arrange a remote screensharing session and walk through the sign up process. Contact MSDC (202-466-1800, duryea@msdc.org) to arrange.

District of Columbia Advocacy

The Medical Society represents the physicians and patients of the District in discussions with the City Council, DC's Department of Health and Board of Medicine and other members of the medical community. The Medical Society has been reviewing numerous healthcare bills and is working with key stakeholders on multiple fronts.


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Your Voice, Your Advocate

DC Advocacy

MSDC represents the physicians and patients of the District of Columbia in discussions with DC's City Council, Department of Health, Board of Medicine and others in the medical community. READ MORE

National Advocacy

MSDC works closely with the American Medical Association (AMA), and state and specialty medical societies to educate Congress and federal agencies on issues important to physicians and their patients. READ MORE

Local Implementation of the ACA

As health system reform evolves, MSDC ensures it is implemented at the local and regional levels in ways that support the patient-physician relationship and promotes public health in our Nation's Capital. READ MORE


MSDC applauds DC's LIVE.LONG.DC plan to reduce opioid addiction 

"Why You Should Register with the PDMP", by the AMA Opioid task Force Chair and President-elect

Register with the  DC Prescription Drug Monitoring Program.

Discounted Naloxone through  RxCard, MSDC's prescription assistance program. 



CDC: Drug and opioid-involved overdose deaths rise for third straight year. This builds on past CDC findings that opioid overdose deaths are increasing in nearly all parts of the population. 



Behavioral Health
With so many public health issues in this city tied to behavioral health, parity legislation positions the District of Columbia as a model for the nation. Read MSDC's release.

Violence and Physician Speech

MSDC remains concerned about violence against physicians, health care professionals, and their patients. Read MSDC's statement on violence and physician speech.

Healthcare "East of the River"

MSDC is dedicated to helping the District provide world-class healthcare regardless of where patients are from or where in the city they choose to receive care. Read MSDC's statement on the debate over healthcare in Wards 7 and 8.


As part of MSDC's new vision, multiple groups are being formed to advance the profession of medicine in the District.
Whether your interests lie in policy, physician health or public health, or if you are a female physician or bright young physician, you can 
get involved. 
Read more.

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