One of the Maricopa County Medical Society's goals is physician well-being and success, and with that we strive to ensure physicians thrive personally and professionally throughout their careers in an evolving healthcare system.

Part of our effort is providing you a solid set of resources to navigate the latest topics and issues.

Is there something missing you’d like to see? Contact MCMS Membership with your suggestions.


Professional Development

How ICD-10 Will Affect Your Practice >>

HIPAA Basics for Providers: Privacy, Security, and Breach Notification Rules >>

Maricopa County Dept. of Public Health FREE Online CMEs >>

2014 Ebola Outbreak Guidlines >>

Valley Fever FREE Online CME >>

Immunizations Resources for Health Professionals >>

Maricopa County Department of Public Health Contact Information >>


Resources for Your Patients/Health Education

An archive of the health education tear out flyers published in Round-up Magazine >>

Disease Prevention >>


Breast Cancer: Resources for Both Patients and Physicians 

Breast cancer is the robber of too many women’s lives, and so many happy family times. Many of the women affected are in their prime: wives, mothers, daughters, co-workers, and friends with many years of life ahead. Early detection can be a key in the battle for a life.

However, mixed messages about screening recommendations can add frustration to an already frightening situation. To help navigate these concerns, our member resources page has a selection of online videos to help both women and their doctors make the best decisions possible. 

USPSTF Screening for Breast Cancer Recommendation >>

Debating the Value and Effectiveness of Mammograms >>

Breast Cancer Awareness, Dr. Ian Grant-Whyte  >>

Most Breast Cancer Deaths Occur in Younger, Unscreened Women: Study >>

Behind the Science: Mammography >>


Viral Hepatitis Serology Training Videos

The CDC has updated the serology online training videos for hepatitis A, B, C, D, and E infection.  The purpose of the training is to explain the serological diagnosis of the different types of viral hepatitis and understand the meanings of serologic markers.  These training videos are helpful in interpreting laboratory test results.

http://www.cdc.gov/hepatitis/resources/professionals/training/serology/training.htm