Fulfill Your Maintenance of Certification (MOC) Requirements at the 2014 ASCO Annual Meeting
Changes to Maintenance of Certification (MOC) Requirements
As of January 2014, the American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM) now requires ALL diplomates, including “grandfathers,” to engage more frequently in MOC activities. New standards include:
- 100 MOC points required every 5 years
- Activity required every 2 years minimum
- Patient Safety and Patient Survey requirements
Core Session MOC Self-Assessment Activity
This activity is designed for attendees who want to refresh their knowledge, update their skills, or simply prepare for their board certification or MOC examination.
Attendees participating in the MOC self-assessment activity will take a pre-test intended to highlight areas of educational need and, based on their results, will receive a customized list of Core Sessions to attend to fill knowledge gaps. After successful completion of the post-examination, participants will be eligible to claim 10 MOC points in Self-Assessment of Medical Knowledge.
Register for the Core Session MOC Self-Assessment Activity today.
Maintenance of Certification and Lifelong Learning Workshop
ASCO supports oncologists in the MOC process by offering a live self-study session designed around an ABIM medical knowledge module. Registration for this session is open to all attendees but is intended for ABIM diplomates enrolled in the MOC process.
Register early for this limited attendance session before rates increase on April 24.