ABPN diplomates who are currently completing Self-Assessment (Part II) and/or Improvement in Medical Practice (PIP/Part IV) requirements of another American Board of Medical Specialties (ABMS) Member Board will also be able to claim that Self-Assessment (Part II) and/or Improvement in Medical Practice (PIP) credit for the ABPN MOC Program.
In order to maintain ABPN certification, diplomates will need to:
Use our wizard to learn if Self-Assessment and Improvement in Medical Practice (PIP) credit from another ABMS Member Board will count towards ABPN MOC requirements:MOC Credits from Another ABMS Board Wizard
Yes. Diplomates are required to complete all four components of the ABPN MOC program.
Diplomates who receive other board Part II and/or Part IV credit for completing training in an ACGME fellowship may not claim the credit to satisfy the ABPN Self-Assessment and/or PIP requirements until they pass the corresponding ABMS Member Board subspecialty examination.
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