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About ABIM MOC Requirements
Maintenance of Certification, or MOC, is a program by which a Board Certified physician maintains and retains their Board Certification. It is essential that practicing physicians ensure the medical knowledge they employ to inform their decisions and treat patients is up-to-date.
MOC activities address recent advances in medical knowledge and are designed to support you in staying current with ever-changing knowledge and practices within your discipline.
To be reported as certified by ABIM, you must earn 100 points every five years, 20 of which must be medical knowledge, and meet the MOC assessment requirement through either the traditional 10-year exam or the Knowledge Check-In option.