How to Complete Annual MOC Attestations

Implemented by the ABR in 2012, the Continuous Certification method of Maintenance of Certification (MOC) employs an annual review in March to evaluate MOC participation status. Diplomates are required to attest once a year that they are meeting three of the four MOC components: Professionalism and Professional Standing (Part 1); Lifelong Learning and Self-Assessment (Part…
It was a busy 2019 for the ABR’s Certification Services Division (CSD), with correspondence and outreach ranging from emails and phone calls to actual letters with postage attached.   The team resolved approximately 30,000 cases from diplomates and candidates last year, of which 9,389 involved one or more phone calls. At a rate of seven…
Diagnostic radiologists and those with DR subspecialty certification started their second year of Online Longitudinal Assessment (OLA) last week. Scott Steenburg, MD, is among the many who are pleased the ABR developed a new way to satisfy Part 3 of Maintenance of Certification. “I was and still am very happy that the ABR decided to…
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