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MOC points are equivalent to the number of CME credits awarded. All MOC points awarded must be rounded to the nearest whole number.
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The ABA will verify that the participant’s ABA ID is valid.
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You will need to report two records for ABA Diplomates that have earned Patient Safety credit as well as MOCA points for their participation in a CME activity.  These two...
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The number of ABA MOCA credits is equal to the number of AMA PRA Category 1 Credits designated for the activity.  For example, if your activity is designated for 5...
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Click here for a list of activity types that can be registered for ABA MOCA 2.0 Part 2.
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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 Part 2...
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The ABA’s MOCA content outline provides a framework for categorizing medical education content relevant to practicing anesthesiologists.  For each registered activity for MOCA 2.0, you will select at least one or a maximum...
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For most CME activities that are registered for ABIM MOC points, the number of CME credits will be the same as the number of MOC points.  However, it is possible...
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No, the ACCME has the expectation that accredited providers evaluate the impact of their activities on learners’ knowledge, strategies/skills, performance, and/or patient outcomes. Different assessment approaches can be found in...
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The ABP will verify the participant’s ABP ID number , as well as  First & Last Name. If the First & Last Name do not match, the participant’s date of...
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There are three options available to you for registering an activity for MOC in PARS.  Accredited providers may use the web fill form in the PARS interface to complete the specific...
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The term “health professions students” refers to students of any of the health professions (e.g, medicine, nursing, pharmacy, physician assistants, and others), across the continuum of healthcare education, including professional...
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Criterion 24 encourages the accredited provider to utilize patients, their families, and other members of the public as planners and faculty members in accredited CME. Providers have broad latitude in...
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An interprofessional team is comprised of team members from two or more different professions (e.g., nurses and physicians, physicians and community health workers, social workers and psychologists, pharmacists and respiratory...
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Yes. There are no limitations on the provider using data/information from their CME activities to support compliance with appropriate Critical Elements and Standards for criteria in the menu approach.
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Providers that will receive accreditation decisions after November 2019 must use the Menu of New Criteria for Accreditation with Commendation (C23-C38) to seek Accreditation with Commendation.  
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No. Providers have the choice of using either  Option A: Commendation Criteria (C16-C22) or Option B: Menu of New Criteria for Accreditation with Commendation (C23-C38) to seek Accreditation with Commendation....
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Providers that will receive accreditation decisions between November 2017 and November 2019 will have the choice of using either Option A: Commendation Criteria (C16-C22) or Option B: Menu of New...
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The standard describes the ways providers will be expected to demonstrate compliance with each criterion in the menu of new criteria: Attestations: Providers will need to attest  to meeting the criterion...
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Accredited CME providers asked, through their feedback and comments, the ACCME to include additional information – in terms of explanation and measurement expectations – in support of any new commendation...

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