MOC Credits

The Maintenance of Certification (MOC) program requires that you earn some MOC points every two years to be reported as Participating in MOC

To be reported as Certified, you must earn 100 points every five years (the points you earn every two years count toward your 100 points) and meet the MOC assessment requirement through the traditional 10-year exam, the Longitudinal Knowledge Assessment (LKA™), or a Collaborative Maintenance Pathway (CMP) assessment.

To see due dates for your specific requirements sign in to your Physician Portal.

Not all CME activities are automatically recognized for physician MOC credit.  Physician MOC credit is only reported for CME activities that meet the rigorous requirements set forth by a particular board and were approved by the CME provider in advance.  If an activity qualifies for MOC credit, it will be specifically stated and automatically reported to the board on our end. Given the additional requirements imposed by each of the boards (i.e., ABS, ABIM, ABP etc.) we have limited awarding MOC credit to select courses (mostly online). 

As of now, there aren’t any MOC activities for ABIM on our site. For now, you can utilize the Internet-based Studies in Education and Research (ISER) through the University of Pittsburgh. Specifically, the folder titled "ABIM MOC", has around 40 activities and we're actively increasing the number of enduring materials. These activities will automatically be sent to the board for ABIM MOC credit, but one important note is that your account on this site needs to have your ABIM number and DOB, or else it won’t transmit properly. To find your ABIM Number, please refer to the ABIM website