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No. Providers can meet the Critical Elements and Standard for Criterion 36 without measuring performance change in every learner.  
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Yes, provided that the simulation includes assessment of the learner’s or learners’ actions, behaviors, and skills.
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Yes. Providers can demonstrate that CME activities improve the performance of individuals or groups of learners—including teams—to meet the expectations of Criterion 36.
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For Criterion 36, the majority of learners whose performance has improved would be calculated based on those learners who respond to the follow-up survey. The provider should ensure there are...
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Yes. Providers can measure changes in the performance of individuals or groups of learners based on self-reports of changes in practice.
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In Criterion 36, change in performance refers to measured changes in a learner’s or learners' behavior (e.g., higher patient communication ratings, fewer coding errors, greater participation in team meetings, more...
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Not necessarily. Strategies to meet the expectations of Criterion 37 do not necessarily include the demonstration of improved learner performance (Criterion 36). 
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Yes. If your goal was to get your learners to decrease or stop a practice, for example, prescribing a certain drug or ordering a test, and they do make those...
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Yes, the total number of activities you've provided across the term of accreditation (four or six years) includes both directly provided and jointly provided activities. It may be helpful to...
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Yes, activities outside of pediatrics may be registered for ABP MOC credit provided that the activity is relevant to physicians certified by the ABP, as demonstrated by the professional practice...
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Click here for a list of activity types that can be registered for the Program.  
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Any CME provider accredited directly by the ACCME, by a Recognized State Accreditor, or by Joint Accreditation for Interprofessional Continuing Education can register a CME activity for the ABP Lifelong Learning and...
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If requested by the participant, the provider must provide the participant with written documentation (eg, that could be downloaded or provided in hard copy), to include the name of the...
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ABP diplomates must meet yearly reporting requirements related to completion of activities, as such accredited providers are asked to submit learner completion data to the ACCME within 30 days of...
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Click here for information on advertising guidelines for activities being registered for ABA MOCA 2.0 Part 2. 
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Diplomates’ ABA ID numbers are eight digits that begin with the number three (for example, 3555-5555).  They are not the same number that is printed on diplomates’ certificates, nor is...
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The ABA’s MOCA 2.0 Part 2 requirement is 250 credits of CME activities over a 10-year cycle that meet the following criteria: All credits must be Category 1 CME activities: ACCME/AMA PRA-approved American...
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Board certified physicians should see MOC points/credits reflected in their physician portal within 24 hours of the providers submitting the participant records in PARS.
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Please see Table 2 in the ABP Lifelong Learning and Self-Assessment for MOC Part 2 CME Provider Program Manual for a detailed list of materials you will need to submit...
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No.  Partial credit will not be awarded to participants. Participant completion should only be reported when the maximum number of MOC points have been achieved as determined by the provider. Providers offering...

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