MOC Credits

During each five-year cycle, board-certified pediatricians must earn a minimum of 100 points. Fifty (50) of the points must come from approved Part 2 (Self-Assessment) activities and 50 must come from approved Part 4 (Quality Improvement) activities. 

Log in to your ABP Portfolio to see how many points you currently have and when your cycle ends.

The UPMC CCEHS only offers ABP MOC Part 2 credit for select activities, these activities will have the following statement when promoting activities registered for ABP. "Successful completion of this CME activity, which includes participation in the evaluation component, enables the learner to earn up to ___ MOC points in the American Board of Pediatrics’ (ABP) Maintenance of Certification (MOC) program. It is the CME activity provider’s responsibility to submit learner completion information to ACCME for the purpose of granting ABP MOC credit".

To have your completion of an ABP approved activity transmitted to the board, please add your Date of Birth and Board/Board ID number to your UPMC CCEHS CME profile.  

IMPORTANT NOTE: Credits cannot be awarded retroactively. For this reason, if you were not awarded CME credit or your CCE account, http://cce.upmc.com, did not identify you as an ABP diplomate and include your Date of Birth (DOB) and Board ID, we are unable to transfer your credits. 

 

HOW TO EARN ABP MOC PART 2 CREDIT

HOW TO EARN ABP MOC PART 4 CREDIT

  1. There are many ways to earn Part 4 credit. See the ABP website for more information about the options. 
  2. Often you can earn credit for work that you are already doing, so keep an eye out for activities that you might be involved in through your institution, practice, or other organizations.
  3. Be sure that your participation is meaningful so that you can attest to it.